"The first one went in so I just kept shooting it," Park said.
"My teammates were getting me the ball when I was open and I just let it fly."
Park finished with 26 points and 12 rebounds.
It wasn't just the offense that was divine for Central. The Maroon Knights shut down the high-powered Magnolia offense, holding the Blue Eagles to 35 points on 12-for-46 shooting.
"Defensively was a big key," Stephens said. "Our defensive ability to help on their big guys inside and I think Brandon (Wallace's) defensive game on Mark Winters was outstanding. They averaged 74 coming in against us in the three games. We held them to 35 today."
Mark Winters, the state's leading scorer, struggled with the Central defense. He finished with 20 points on 7-for-21 shooting from the floor and 5-for-6 from the free throw line.
The 6-foot-6 senior spent little time in the paint.
"They were denying me - tripling down on me every time I caught it in the paint," Winters said.
Winters went 1-for-9 from behind the 3-point line and spent a good deal of time on the perimeter.
"I was trying to find different ways to get Zach (Willhoite) more open and isolated inside," Winters said. "He's always been key."
Winters was the only Blue Eagle to finish in double figures.
"We got off to a better start than we imagined," Stephens said. "The longer the game went and the longer that lead stayed up there the more pressure was on them knowing that they were expected to win."
Magnolia never found a sense of urgency and trailed Central by as many as 30 in the second half.
"It's basketball," Tallman said. "Like I told them - it happens to the Lakers, it happens to Duke, and today it happened to Magnolia. We're very disappointed."