Tajuan Agee hit for 19 points and TiAndre Jackson-Young added 17 as the Apaches scored an 87-69 victory over Capitol City Prep on Sunday at Wagstaff Gymnasium.
Tyler Junior College improves to 4-0 on the basketball season.
TJC will play again on Monday, hosting Northwestern State JV at 7 p.m.
Two other Apaches were in double figures scoring - Micah Thomas (11) and Lukas Bergang (10).
Tyree Spurlock led Capitol City with 20 points, qhile Marquese Webb added 18 (all on 3-pointers).
The Crusaders are from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Capitol City Prep Academy is a sports organization that houses Youth Basketball Programs (second through 12th grade), Post Graduation Basketball Program (Capitol City Crusaders) and the new Military Developmental League team (Baton Rouge Crusaders).
Their mission statement is to professionally develop local talent who may need more attention and practice before the big leagues.
Tyler JC 87,
Capitol City Prep 69
Capitol City 25 44 - 69
Tyler JC 52 35 - 87
CAPITOL CITY-Josiah Marshall, 3; Jalen Brown, 12; Tyree Spurlock, 20; Benamin Preso, 5; Casey Stone, 4; Marquese Webb, 18; Eric Williams, 2l; Quinton Scott, 3; Tyrin Allen, 2.
TYLER JC-Joseph Clark, 0; Cameron Johnson, 2; Brian Warren, 7; Isaiah Fontaine, 3; Micah Thomas, 11; Desmond Balentine, 8; Cameron McGee, 8; Lukas Bergang, 10; TiAndre Jackson-Young, 17; Edra Luster, 0; Trenton Sandifer, 2; Tajuan Agee, 19.
THREE POINT GOALS-CC: Marshall, Spurlock (2), Preso, Webb (6). TJC: Warren, Thomas (3), McGee (2), Jackson (2).
NEXT UP-Northwestern State JV at TJC, 7 p.m. Monday.