The Wildcats led from start to finish in the one-sided contest, leading at every change, and running out dominant 85-61 winners.
Despite missing Sam Cremasco, Dean Clark and Jack Olive, coach Jeff Clark said he was impressed by the team's effort.
"We wanted to bring the intensity in the opening stages,” Clark said.
"The idea of our team is to play up-tempo basketball.
"We've got a fast squad with mobile bigs, and we'll be looking to test out opponents bigs and try to run them off their feet.”
The squad boasts a number of young-guns, and Clark said they will have the chance to develop further throughout the season.
"Our younger players got the chance to play some good minutes tonight,” he said.
"Some of our more experienced players have been laying a good platform, and when we established a 30-point lead we were able to use more of these younger guys, who played well.”
Kevin Globio was a constant threat from the perimeter, finishing with a game-high 25 points.
Dom and Josh Cremasco were strong again, both finishing with 19 points for the game.