This came after the Warriors ripped through Phoenix 58-24 last Tuesday night. In a vintage effort, Westhill shut out Phoenix in the first quarter, racing to a 19-0 lead, then added a 20-7 third-quarter push for good measure.
Haggerty, with 16 points, set the Warriors' pace, while Ross earned 13 points. Kayla Stirpe stepped up, earning 11 points, while Christensen picked up eight points and Stephanie Baron earned six points.
Marcellus would also beat Skaneateles 54-25 on Friday, though the game really was decided in the first quarter, when the Mustangs reeled off 24 unanswered points on its way to a 34-4 halftime edge. Tock had 17 points, with Temara getting 11 points and Emily Brisette 10 points.