Seldom does a team have a 47 point lead at halftime, but Perkins built that margin in the first half Friday against Port Clinton (52-5) in a 78-33 win.
Perkins, already with the outright league title, got 16 points from Nic Williams and 15 from Cameron Waldock.
Steve Wingo scored 11 for the Redskins.
Shelby 67, Sandusky 66 A turnover in the closing seconds allowed the Whippets to score the winning basket and sent the Streaks to a one-point loss.
Sandusky's Dameyion Smith scored 23 points, and Xavier Turner added 14 and Jalen Gordon 13.
Huron 53, Margaretta 30 A 15-1 run at the end of the first half helped the Tigers to a lopsided win against the Polar Bears as Aaron Driftmeyer and Cody Thompson both scored 12 in the win.
Margaretta got seven points from Corey Kane.
SMCC 73, Edison 44 The Panthers were in control early as Denarius Harris scored 18 points and Ryan Myers and Alex Opfer added 15 each.
Edison picked up 16 from Shane Crooks.
Clyde 57, Oak Harbor 47 Derek Gray and Zach Warner scored 12 points apiece in the Fliers' road win against the Rockets.
Oak Harbor jumped to a 17-8 lead before Clyde started its rally in the second quarter. AJ Cecil had 12 for the Rockets.
New London 79, South Central 60 The Wildcats stayed in a first-place tie in the Firelands Conference after Friday's win.
New London outscored the visitors 40-28 in the middle two periods. Dane Held popped in 20 points for the Wildcats, while Austin Hintz led the Trojans with 16.
Western Reserve 54, Mapleton 36 The Roughriders remained part of the Firelands Conference equation with its win. They are tied with New London atop the league standings.
Nolan Todd paced Western with 20 points.
Plymouth 51, Crestview 49 Plymouth edged Crestview and dropped the Cougars two games back in the FC race.
The Big Red outscored the Cougars 20-14 in the final eight minutes. Tyrell Edmiston tossed in 16 points for Plymouth.
Willard 74, Tiffin Columbian 70 Kolin Phillips had a career night with 29 points in leading the Flashes past the Tornadoes. He had 10 points in the first quarter as the Flashes took an early lead.
Read more on these games in Saturday's Register and Reflector.