COLUMBUS - The Columbus Titans dropped a pair to the Parsons Vikings Friday night for homecoming.

In the boys game the Vikings picked up a 64-42 victory over the Titans - Columbus' sixth straight loss, all against SEK league teams. The Titans are now 6-11.

Columbus took advantage of solid shooting from the perimeter to stay within a four through the first quarter.

Down 19-15 after one quarter of play the Titans looked to make a game of it, but Parsons blew the game open in the second, leaving the Titans down 33-23 at the end of the half and never looked back, maintaining the 10 point lead into the third and exploding for an 18-7 quarter in the fourth.

Sophomore Guard Aaron Bigando was the Titan's leading scorer with 16 points. He also made two triples.

According to the Parsons Sun, Columbus finished Friday's game with 27 turnovers and committed seven of those in the final eight minutes.

Parsons Girls 67, Columbus 47

Twenty-point losses were the name of the game Friday night as the Columbus Titan Girls also fell by 20, 67-47, to the Parsons Lady Vikings.

Columbus looked to make a game of it early ending the first half within striking distance 26-18.

The wheels started to come off in the third when Parsons opened up a 25-20 quarter, stretching the lead to 51-38 and putting the nail in the coffin with a 16-9 fourth.

As a team the Titans were 12-of-48 from the field, 3-of-6 from the arc and 9-of-15 from the line.

Parsons was 28-of-70 from the field, 4-of-10 from the arc and 2-of-6 from the line.

Madi Evans led scoring with a 3-of-8 performance from the field, shooting 1-of-3 from the arc and 4-of-6 from the line for 13 points.