That left North Huron holding a 44-36 advantage at the halftime break.
When the action resumed, North Huron padded its cushion some.
Aided by a 16-12 third quarter edge, North Huron built a 60-48 advantage at the 24-minute mark.
North Huron then outscored Dryden 27-14 from that point on, closing out an 87-62 win their expense.
Sean Clancy (33 points, including a pair of trifectas) proved the toughest North Huron player to stop. John Iseler (16 points) and Kevin Rice (13, featuring a trey) hit for double figures as well.
Chad Butler (15, with three triples) and Evan Hazen (15, including one trifecta) supplied the highest Dryden point totals. They were backed by Matt Lynch (eight points), Joe Battisti (seven), Geno Volante and Cody Brewer (six apiece), Cody Paupert (three) and Frank Calabro (two).