Piotrowski also had 12 points and led the Jacks with four assists. Sophomore Nehemiah Stone had seven points and Lemke finished with five.
Next up for the Jacks is the T-NT showdown with cross town rival Tonawanda this Friday night. Mountain said his team will be ready to play and expects to have a strong week of practice.
"We want to bring the same intensity every night that we've brought these past two games," he said. "We have to learn how to take care of the basketball and the technique of passing. We have to work to get open and get each other open. That will come."