In Game One, the Man Lady Billies improved to 10-9 on the season with a lopsided 74-32 win over Van.
The Man High School boys then made it a sweep with an 85-46 victory over the winless Van Bulldogs.
In the nightcap Man (7-9) raced out to an early 20-2 first quarter lead and never looked back.
The Billies took a 12-0 lead on baskets by Cory Spence, Tyler Browning, Evan Riggins, Jordan Simpson and Ryan Crum.
Van (0-19) didn’t score until the 1:28 mark of the first quarter on a shot by Jarred Thomas.
Man then outscored the Bulldogs 25-14 to take a commanding 45-16 lead at the half, led by the shooting of Simpson and T.J. Hoosier.
The Billies were then able to sub the entire second half, outscoring Van 22-13 in the third to take a 72-29 lead after three quarters of play.
The Bulldogs then outscored Man 17-13 in the fourth period to set the final score.
Man coach Jimmy Justice was pleased with the win.
“We got off to a slow start but once we got going we were OK,” he said. “We played with a lot of intensity, got a lot of players into the game. T.J. Hoosier had a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds.”
Simpson led Man with a 17-point effort. Hoosier tallied 14 points, Riggins 11 and Spence 10. Travis Hurley and Browning netted eight each. Crum had five and Bill Deel and Andrew Lusk had three apiece. Cody Frye, Adam Bunch and Tyler Bragg contributed two each.
Man hit five 3-pointers on the night. Browning and Simpson canned two each and Deel had one.
Matt Doss paced Van with 16 points.
The Billies have now won two straight but have a difficult task tonight at 3A county rival Logan. The Wildcats routed the Billies in the season opener at Man.
Man then goes to Burch on Thursday, hosts Westside on Saturday in a makeup game, then hosts Gilbert on Feb. 23, hosts Chapmanville on Feb. 24 and hosts Iaeger on Feb. 26 in the regular season finale.
“We have won two games in a row and we hope that it will continue but it’s going to be a tough challenge at Logan,” Coach Justice said.
In the girls’ game, the Lady Billies jumped to a 24-6 lead after the first quarter and coasted to victory.
Man took a 55-9 halftime lead.
The Lady Billies then led 66-22 after three.
“We got off to a good start in the first half,” Man coach Tonia Ward said. “We really needed that. The first quarter scoring has hurt us all year long.”
The Lady Billies were led by Tabby Johnston, who poured in 21 points on the night.
Malorie Keffer netted 15 and Paige Stacy 14.
Marlena Frye had nine, Lori Justice five and Malorie Vance four. Courtney Browning, Marissa Wisecup and Christi Brooks all had two each.
Johnston was a perfect 6-of-6 from the free throw line. She also hit a 3-pointer as did Frye and Justice.
Kristen Jarrell paced Van with 19 points.
The Lady Billies are at Burch Tuesday night in a 6 p.m. ballgame. Man then hosts Westside on Thursday at 7 p.m. before hosting county rival Logan on Friday at 1 p.m.