Meanwhile, Stone hurt the Bearcats early with a variety of shot, then hit some late free throws to prevent a Bearcats comeback. All told, Stone had 30 points, aided by Sugamosto's total of 12 points as Carnegie and Evans each got eight points.
On Wednesday night, both CBA and Grimes won big. The Brothers bashed Chittenango 71-34, streaking its way to a 36-13 halftime lead and a 62-24 margin by the fourth quarter before the starters rested.
Evans, with 12 points, was one of 12 players who found the scoreboard. Andy Drescher and Brian Anderson each had nine points, with Charlie Russo getting eight points and Aaron Morgan seven points.
Meanwhile, Grimes, even without Sugamosto in the lineup, roared past Jordan-Elbridge 70-29, also giving its reserves extended minutes. Stone still had time to produce 17 points as Carnegie earned 13 points. Sohl, Gai Ater and Christian Freeman each had seven points as Mike Bespiaty contributed six points.
And on Friday, the Cobras took out Cazenovia 66-37 as Stone surpassed the 1,500-point mark, getting 20 on this night as Sugamosto returned and earned 18 points. Evans had eight points.
On the girls side, CBA won last Wednesday, handling Fulton 59-39 as it gained a 51-28 lead through the first three periods and improved to 12-4 on the season, 10-1 in the OHSL Freedom division.
Ellen Voorheis, in particular, lit up the Red Raiders as she got 27 points. Marisa Romeo added 14 points as Kelsey Johnson produced nine points. Fulton's Jessica Palmitesso reached 20 points.
To follow up on Friday, the Brothers tamed the Mexico Tigers 55-35, streaking to a 28-9 halftime lead and cruising from there. Romeo, with 17 points, and Voorheis, with 13 points, led the way as Olivia Pitonzo (seven points) and Kelsey Johnson (six points) also made solid contributions.