Holy Angels' perfect record in girls basketball went by the boards Saturday in Syracuse.
Despite a 28-point, 10-rebound performance by Megan Bogdan, the Angels (17-1) bowed, 66-51, to Corcoran (16-2).
Holy Angels is ranked No. 1 among small schools in The Buffalo News weekly poll and is the top-ranked Class C school in the state poll.
Corcoran is ranked sixth in the state in Class A.
In Msgr. Martin Association action, O'Hara shut out Turner/Carroll in the second quarter (21-0) on the way to a 60-22 victory, only the third in 19 games for the Lady Hawks.
Danielle Butticci had 16 points, Lindsay Butticci had 12 points and eight steals and Christina Iraci had a career-high 12 points for O'Hara.
Shamiqua Mason led the Chargers with 11.
ECIC III: Val Argauer led the way with 23 points and 12 rebounds as Iroquois fought off Depew, 61-42. Val Jacobs pitched in with 12 for the No. 2 large school Chiefs (16-1, 11-0).
Freshman Ashley Reformat scored 13 and Kristin Brunetto added 11 for Depew, which trailed by 10 at halftime (28-18).
The Wildcats trailed, 51-19, at halftime and lost, 73-35, in the teams' first meeting this season.
Non-league: Mike Miranto had 16 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists in North Tonawanda's 73-61 triumph over Tonawanda.
Michael Milne had 17 points and Ryan Kennedy had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Lumberjacks.
Brian Masich led the Warriors with 18 points.