Decker had seven of his game-high 22 points in the third quarter, when the Mustangs extended a four-point halftime lead to 40-24.
“They were getting pretty easy looks,” Laurens coach Andy Carr said of Morris’ third-quarter dominance. “(Decker and DeLuca) were getting inside the paint and hitting chip shots. Those kids are good players, no doubt about it. They’ll go as far as those two take them.”
Coby Myers contributed eight points, including a three-pointer at the end of the first quarter and another during Morris’ big third quarter.
Mitchell Barra had 10 points and six rebounds to lead Morris (1-3, 0-2), which received eight rebounds from Bryan Segina.
The Mustangs will play Worcester at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in a first-round game of the Lee Fisher Tournament at Davenport.
Windham 31, Roxbury 24
David Saunders and Jeremy Torres combined for all 11 of Windham’s fourth-quarter points as the host Warriors rallied for a Delaware League victory.
Saunders, who also grabbed 10 rebounds, scored six of his game-high 12 points in the final quarter, including 4-for-4 from the free throw line over the final 1:30 to seal it.
Torres had all five of his points over the final eight minutes, when Windham outscored Roxbury, 11-3.
The Warriors (2-3, 2-3) travel to Gilboa on Jan. 3.
Spencer Hinkley had six points to lead Roxbury.
Stamford 61, Gilboa 49
Stamford senior Erik Ehrhart scored a game-high 21 points, including 14-for-17 from the free throw line, as the host Indians won in the Delaware League.
“Erik is playing like a senior. He really controlled the offense for us tonight,” Stamford coach Greg O’Connell said.
Ehrhart contributed six assists and went 6-for-7 at free throw line in the fourth quarter.
Greg Mattice contributed eight points and 12 rebounds, and Dustin King had his varsity-high of 14 points for Stamford.
“We just lost to Gilboa by 12 points two weeks ago, so I am very pleased with the effort and the way we executed tonight,” O’Connell said.