Before all this, C-NS hosted Oswego last Wednesday night, and benefited from a series of forfeits to record a 69-16 victory over the Buccaneers.
Seven times, the Northstars did not have to take the mat as Mayers, Dyer, Carella, Joe Barber (99 pounds), Jeremy Rivera (138), Aseel Alnassiry (145) and Sam Ruiz (170) got six points apiece.
In the matches on the mat, Claflin earned the fastest pin, finishing off Zack Caruso in 38 seconds, just before David Griglock (195) pinned Nick Barnum at the end of the second period.
Copani, in the only contested match in the lighter weight classes, pinned Jordan Perchway with 39 seconds left. Anoceto saw his match with Eric Doviak got to the wire, but Anoceto prevailed 7-6.
A night later, Liverpool was back in action, following up a Jan. 9 rout over Onondaga by going to Auburn and roaring past the Maroons 60-17.
After losing the opener, the Warriors won the next seven matches, starting at 145, where Darren Breen pinned Pat McMahon with 14 seconds left.
In between Brockton Barton (152) blanking Nick Campagnola 6-0 and Connor O’Conner (195) edging Corey Swan 3-2, Dakota Inman (160), Bryan Merril (171) and Louis Ragonese (182) all earned pins, Inman earning the fastest fall as he took just 1:17 to finish off Julian Bernard.
Ron Wilson, at 220, completed the run with a 70-second pin over John Leone. Sean Nadeau (99) claimed a forfeit, and Peter Nash (120), Anthony Ianno (126) and Mike Mills (132) all earned pins, too, Ianno stopping Stephen Richards in 2:17.
Liverpool would prevail again on Saturday, going a perfect 4-0 to conquer the field at the Falcon Duals at Fabius-Pompey.
The Warriors routed Poland 83-6, turned back Copenhagen 47-21 in the closest match, earned a 63-21 victory over the hosts from Fabius-Pompey and closed it out with a 66-12 conquest of APW/Pulaski.