Warriors cooled down by Utica Proctor

Defending AA champs give Liverpool first loss

— “I thought we played a very solid defensive second half,” Stamboly said. “I thought we took them a little more out of their rhythm than what they were in the first half. I thought we forced them a little farther away from the basket, and we limited their second chance opportunities.”

Mike Russo and Caleb Taylor led a balanced Liverpool attack with 12 points apiece. Oyola and Tyler Sullivan each dropped in 11 points, while Dom Pirro finished with nine points.Proctor’s talented duo of Naronn Harvey and Chris Simmons scored 24 and 21 points, respectively.

After a week to regroup, the Warriors host Oswego next Tuesday night, its last game before the holiday break.

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