Oswego East never trailed, after a 9-1 start.
Everybody seemed to get in on the fun, at different times. Abby Ford, the Wolves' second-leading scorer at York, scored seven points in the first half. McCullum got it rolling in the third quarter, scoring eight of her 13, several on transition buckets.
Scott dropped in three straight short jumpers on the break in the fourth quarter, and Corpuz came alive with eight of her 18 in the fourth quarter.
"We're getting other people to finally shoot the ball," Wolves coach Abe Carretto said. "I've been preaching to them that if you're open just let it go. And if you're wide open, you better shoot it, especially in transition. That's the best shooting-wise we've looked recently."