"We went a little bit more to man-to-man (defense), and we did a good job with that," said Dagostino. "They're a difficult team to go man on, but for whatever reason we did a good job on them."
Barnes sealed Mohonasen's victory with a big fourth quarter. The senior center scored 10 of his 18 points, including a pair of dunks to liven up the Mighty Warriors fans.
"We were hopeful that we could neutralize their middle, but Pat Barnes is the premier center in the league," said Klugman. "He can do a lot more than score, too. He rebounds the ball well, and he is a good passer."
Couball led Mohonasen with 22 points, while Kane matched that total to pace Bethlehem. Stempsey contributed 13 points for the Eagles, and Gleason Judd added three three-pointers for nine points.
Bethlehem and Mohonasen returned to action Tuesday. Bethlehem hosted Suburban Council Blue Division leader Saratoga, while Mohonasen traveled to Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.""