Burton went 9-for-11 from the free throw line.
“They were playing a lot of man-to-man and we were running motion offense,” Mason said. “(Burton) was coming off screens on the low block and we were running it well.”
Corey Roseboom had eight points for the Dragons (2-12, 1-11), who will visit Worcester on Tuesday.
Wyatt Crowley and Jake Ostrander had 15 and 11 points, respectively, for the Patriots.
Morris 45, G-MU 38
Cameron Hill hit two free throws with 35 seconds left to extend Morris’ lead to five points and the Mustangs went on to a Tri-Valley League victory.
Hill finished with 10 rebounds and six rebounds.
Ryan Morlock scored seven of his game-high 12 points during the third quarter as Morris extended a four-point halftime lead to 37-29.
Christopher Cole had 10 points to lead Gilbertsville-Mount Upton.
Morris (4-10, 4-7) will travel to Laurens on Tuesday.
Worcester 53, RS 49
Devin Adams scored five of his team-high 16 points during a 14-6 fourth-quarter run that lifted Worcester to victory in the Tri-Valley League.
“We just stopped scoring, we turned the ball over and we didn’t rebound,” Richfield Springs coach Bill Stevens said of his team’s fourth-quarter difficulties.
Tim Mould contributed 12 points for the Wolverines.
Roman Hula had a game-high 17 points before fouling out early in the fourth quarter for the Indians, who received 15 points from Kyler Mower.
RS (6-9, 3-8) will travel to Milford on Tuesday.
SK 65, Downsville 30
Griff Metzko scored 11 of his 15 points in the first quarter, helping South Kortright cruise to a Delaware League victory at home.
The Rams (13-3, 10-2) took a 29-1 lead after one quarter. Ty Magnan and Tyler Lamport each scored six points in the period.
Lamport finished with 13 points for SK, which visits Gilboa on Tuesday to decide the Delaware Mountain Division champion.
Downsville’s Justin Baxter led all scorers with 21 points.