And five would finish in double figures, led by Kelly Corbin, who produced a career-high 15 points that included three 3-pointers.
Norris earned 14 points, with Bowles contributing 12 points. Roberts and Elizabeth Miles got 10 points apiece as Hannah Nichols (eight points) and Rachelle Walters (seven points) were close behind.
Before that, the Northstars hosted Henninger last Tuesday night, and managed to increase its point total in each of the first three periods of an 82-29 romp over the Black Knights.
Concerns about offensive production were eased by a 17-6 first-quarter lead, and erased by what happened in the next two periods as C-NS outscored Henninger 55-12.
Just as would happen against Albany Leadership, five Northstars reached double figures, led by Timpano, who had 18 points.
Corbin came off the bench to produce a season-best 12 points. Miles finished with 11 points, while Roberts got most of her 10 points from a trio of 3-pointers and Gannett also earned 10 points. Bowles nearly joined them, finishing with nine points as Norris contributed six points.
As that went on, Liverpool, in its only action of the week, hosted Baldwinsville, needing a big fourth quarter to shake off a game-long slump and beat the Bees 34-25.
It was only 19-19 going to the fourth quarter. Once there, the Warriors got key baskets from three sources during a closing 15-6 push.
Katie Dalton led the way, finishing with 13 points, while Emma Lamison chipped in with eight points and Rachael Windhausen. Just two B’ville players – Gabi Jordan (15 points) and Emily Pascale (six points) - managed field goals.