Eagle coach Mark Fisher said he thought his team's intensity was much better than it had been through the first three quarters.
" We played very well defensively and really got after them," the first-year coach remarked. " I thought offensively we were sloppy early, but settled in after the first quarter. We were just more consistent from play- to- play tonight, and played with more urgency. "
Dylan Spieler again led the Eagles with 17 points, nine rebounds and seven steals, while three of his teammates - Zack Kellogg, Reece Jackson and Isaiah Petersen- each scored seven points and Ben Specht added six.
The Eagles (8-2) host Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn on Friday, then travel to Granville on Tuesday to play Spalding.