"We played very much under control, and we used the shot clock very well," said Dagostino. "I don't think we had too many wasted opportunities."
Guilderland looked to get back on track Tuesday when it visited Colonie, while Mohonasen looked to build on its first league win in three years when it played Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.
"We needed to beat a top team," said Dagostino. "We needed a win, but to keep our program going in the right direction, we needed to beat a top team."
Osinski believes Mohonasen is on its way to being a top team itself.
"Kenny's doing a good job over there, and that happens to be a good team," he said. "I think we'll be the first of many (Suburban Council) teams that they will beat."