Tyler Morgan made six of Fresno City College's 22 3-pointers as the state No. 6-ranked Rams clinched at least a share of the Central Valley Conference men's basketball title with a 109-57 win over Columbia on Wednesday.
Morgan finished with a team-leading 18 points for the Rams (27-2, 10-1).
Fresno City, which led 67-28 at halftime, also received 14 points from Ryan Swain against the Claim Jumpers (12-15, 5-7).
The Rams have won four straight games since a 76-67 loss to Sequoias on Feb. 5 and can capture an outright title when they close the regular season at home Saturday against Merced.
Fresno City has finished atop the CVC in each of the previous 12 seasons, seven under coach Ed Madec.
• Sequoias kept its slim hopes of a title share alive, riding 21 points from Jordan Batts and 17 from Chris Smith to an 82-77 victory over Porterville.
Brantley Bynum and Chris Ross each added 15 points for the Giants (13-13, 8-2).
The Pirates (9-15, 3-7) were led by Jarred White's 23 points.