None of this tension was found at Geddes, where Ludden held Cazenovia to three points in the first quarter and kept playing superb defense until it had built a 54-23 third-quarter lead.
Tyler Young led with 13 points, just ahead of Kaigler, who put in 11 points. Ganley got seven points as Beaudoin and Corey Hunter earned six points apiece.
Bishop Ludden's girls team made up the postponed Jan. 18 game against Skaneateles a week later, but dropped a 53-52 thriller to the Lakers.
Skaneateles, who had rallied to upset Jordan-Elbridge 41-39 in its previous appearance, put the Gaelic Knights behind 17-12 after one period. Ludden tied it, 29-29, by halftime, and it remained close the rest of the way, neither side able to find any daylight.
It went to the waning seconds and, with the game tied 52-52, Skaneateles' Emily Call took a pair of free throws. She made one of them, and it proved enough for the win.
Lauren Roy led Ludden with 13 points, while Natalie Barletta (12 points) and Kelly Granteed (11 points) also hit double figures. Nicole Granteed had seven points and Kayla Kibling six points. Skaneateles eighth-grader Elizabeth Lane led both sides with 23 points.