"Jade and Camille are double-double machines," Spalding coach Bookie Rosemond said. "Both are probably averaging 12-to-14 points (per game) and 12-14 rebounds. They are not big: 5-(feet-)10, 5-11. But they are just relentless."
Sciafe's strong play early staked Spalding (5-0 overall, 3-0 league) to a 9-3 lead in the first six minutes as she scored six points during that span.
As the visiting Eagles continued to turn the ball over and misfire, Spalding's lead grew.
The Cavaliers hit from medium range and worked the ball inside effectively, pulling away to a 19-8 advantage with 3:05 remaining in the second quarter on Myka Johnson-Matthews' free throw.
"They beat the heck out of us," McDonogh coach Brad Rees said. "They were much more physical than us. They wanted it more than we did. We just didn't show up. We have some great individual talent, but we just haven't gotten it together yet. We are still struggling finding roles."