On the road for the third straight game, Maryville's boys had their way with Mid-Buchanan over the first three-plus quarters and emerged with a 65-43 win Monday night in Faucett.
The Hounds took control in the first quarter, outscoring Mid-Buchanan 15-8, and never let go. They extended to a 31-19 halftime lead and went to the fourth up by 21 points.
Maryville (12-3) has now won four straight and moved to 3-0 on a current four-game road stretch that concludes Friday in Savannah.
The Hounds produced between 15-18 points in all four quarters and three players finished in double-figures.
Tyler Kenkel led all scorers with a season-high 20 points. Treyton Burch scored 14 and hit three, 3-pointers.
Jonathan Baker extended his streak of double-figure games with 13 points.
Trent Nally added eight points and Ty Hilsabeck had six.
The Hounds made five three's as a team and gave up just one to the Dragons.
Mid-Buchanan's only double-digit scorers were Austin Scaggs with 12 points and Garrett Mouldin with 10.
Colton Hoffman had seven points.