They started at 106, and a match later Audey Ashkar got Liverpool on the board with a 9-1 victory over Jeremy Pond. At 120, Peter Nash pinned Dominick Arcadi in 1:44, and when Mike Mills (132) beat Brandon Schmid 6-2, the Warriors had a 13-11 lead.
B’ville answered the Warriors in the same way that Central Square did against C-NS, by claiming the next five matches with two pins and three decisions. In the closest of those contests, Dakota Inman (160 pounds) took Brian Rush to overtime before a takedown gave Rush the 6-4 win.
Briefly, the Warriors rose again when Connor O’Conner (182) earned a third-period fall over Sam Gosson, but the Bees closed the meet with four straight pins, three of them in under a minute’s time.
The holiday break will see Liverpool go north to SUNY-Oswego for the Kenneth Haines Memorial on Thursday and Friday, just as C-NS travels west to Spencerport, for the Teike-Bernabi Tournament.