Kline returned to get a third goal late in the half. By that point, Hanna had replaced VanAuken, and while she made a pair of spectacular second-half stops on her way to five saves, the Bees never could convert on any of its multiple chances, and Geyer tacked on a goal midway through the second half.
Between the twin markers of F-M and Liverpool, the Bees had a pleasant interlude in last Wednesday’s game against the combined Syracuse city team, winning by a 6-0 margin.
Scoring three times in each half, B’ville saw Gentile and Isabella May both finish with a pair of goals, with May adding an assist. Haley Couchman and Jordan Walts took turn earning goals, too, as the Bees knew that getting anything against Liverpool would prove more difficult.
The loss to Liverpool left B’ville at 4-2-2 at the midway point of its regular season, with a trip to Rochester Mercy set for Monday before the F-M makeup on Thursday and a Friday visit from Oswego.