Some say basketball is a game of size. Others counter it is a game of quickness.
Friday night, Collins proved they are not mutually exclusive. And when a team has advantages in both aspects, it can be very successful.
And especially so in the high school version of the game.
Second-seeded Collins captured the school's first 30th District championship, leading wire-to-wire in a 62-47 decision on top-seeded Anderson's home court.
The Titans simply had the weapons.