In short, B’ville paid for a cold first half, unable to get any kind of offense going against Liverpool as the Warriors, despite its own struggles, built up a 22-13 margin as they went to halftime.
And though the Bees did pick up its pace in the third quarter, Liverpool still put them away with a 23-11 effort, led by Rachael Windhausen, who would finish with 18 points and 16 rebounds as Drew Dufrane (16 points) and Nicole Carey (10 points) offered help.
No one on B’ville could match Windhausen or Dufrane, though Rachael Miller finished with 13 points, six rebounds and seven blocks. Emily Pascale, held to four points against C-NS, did a bit better here with eight points, five rebounds and four assists. Hope DeFazio had just five points.
Both of B’ville’s teams look to get back into winning form at East Syracuse-Minoa next weekend when they played in the Vince Celi Memorial Tournament.