Not far from there, Bishop Ludden also kept itself without a blemish, the Gaelic Knights going to 5-0 by rolling past Solvay 60-24.
Fueled by Kayla Kibling's hot 3-point shooting, Ludden bolted to a 20-8 first-quarter lead and just kept rolling, outscoring the Bearcats 19-5 the rest of the half.
All told, Kibling connected five times beyond the arc and had 21 points overall. Lauren Roy, with 12 points, and Nicole Granteed, with 11 points, also hit double figures as Nicole Antonacci (11 points) and Abbey Jones (seven points) accounted for most of Solvay's offense.
Two more local rivals met on Friday, and Jordan-Elbridge prevented host Marcelus from its first win of the season, beating the Mustangs 51-34.
A close game broke open when the Eagles outscored Marcellus 14-4 in the second quarter. Molly Hourigan led the way again, earning 16 points, while Kelsey Soderberg had a season-best 13 points, six of them from free throws.
Amanda Wheeler (eight points) and Grace Dungey (six points) helped J-E's effort, too. For Marcellus, Brielle Filtch had eight points, while Bethanie Abbott and Lauren Soule each had seven points. Soule also got nine rebounds as Molly MacLachlan pulled down 15 rebounds, plus four steals and three assists.