WORCESTER Wolves rattled to their second win in a row after a 76-61 victory at Surrey Scorchers in the British Basketball League yesterday.

Wolves blasted out to a 15-point first quarter lead before putting their foot on the gas again to surge out to an overwhelming 59-33 by the end of the third period.

It was 6-6 at midway through the opening period before Wolves exploded into action.

Alex Navajas sank a three-pointer to break the tie and Elvisi Dusha impacted immediately from the bench with a steal and a subsequent score.

Dusha’s next involvement was to lay on a triple for George Beamon, before attempting his own shot from afar. Even when Dusha’s attempt went astray, Dallin Bachynski was first to the rebound and put-back for a 16-7 lead.

Beamon, Dusha and Navajas all further increased their points tallies to finalise a dominant 26-11 first quarter.

It would take nearly six minutes for Scorchers to progress their side of the scoreboard, by which time their visitors had accelerated into a 33-13 advantage.

By five minutes into the second-half Wolves still held control at 51-26. Repeated Surrey attacks were nullified by intensity on defence. As their inability to penetrate grew, so their frustration translated into poor passes and shot-clock violations.

Caylin Raftopoulas shone briefly for his team with a trio of three-pointers but could not prevent Wolves’ cruise to victory.

Beamon, Dusha and Navajas led the scoring with 14 points apiece, supported by 11 points for Bachynski and 10 for Brandon Parrish.