Chester was in a generous mood Tuesday night against J.P. McCaskey.
The Clippers dished 15 assists on 27 made baskets, romping over the visitors from Lancaster County, 74-48, in a nonleague game.
Marquis Collins led the scoring parade with 12 points, and Maurice Henry chipped in 11 for the Clippers (1-1).
Jordan Camper came off the bench to provide eight points and eight rebounds, while Jamar Sudan and Keyonte Watkins contributed eight points apiece. Khaleeq Campbell and Jahmi Bailey scored seven each as 10 Clippers hit a field goal on the evening.