St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute topped the 100-point plateau for the second time in five days, beating visiting Archbishop McQuaid of Rochester, 104-75, in a non-league game Sunday.
All five starters scored in double figures for the Marauders (4-0), led by Jeff Senulis with 26 points and 11 rebounds. Pat Spitler added 25 points and Scott Pazderski had nine assists and seven steals to go along with his 11 points.
The Marauders, who staged a 25-8 third-quarter run to take command, connected on eight three-point field goals for the game.
Calvin Cylar led McQuaid (4-4) with 17 points.
Meanwhile, Leonard Stokes tallied 15 of his 21 points in the second half to lead Turner/Carroll to a 95-87 win over Maria Auxiliadora in the consolation game of the Caba Rojo Tournament in Puerto Rico.
Turner/Carroll (4-2) led by six at halftime, but the Puerto Rican team went up by six in the second half before Stokes keyed the Chargers' second-half rally.
Quadir Habeeb, named to the all-tournament team and the tourney's top defensive player, totaled 18 points and 13 rebounds for the winners, who also got 17 points from Julius Page and 13 from David Zelasko.
Jason Blatchley tallied 22 points and Mike Bysiek and Josh Dean 15 each for Archbishop Walsh (5-3) in a 76-65 win over St. Mary's of Lancaster. The Lancers got 17 from Dave Hall and 14 from Andy Kowalczyk.
Holy Angels extended the state's longest winning streak to 30 games with a 75-61 victory over Mercy of Rochester. All five starters were in double figures led by the triple-double of freshman point guard Jamie Donnolly. Donnolly had 10 points, 11 rebounds, 15 assists and also helped break the press. Kara Husband led the Angels (5-0) with 27 points and Dana Fitchlee chipped in with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Mercy (4-1) was led by guard Trish Raniewicz with 34 points.