continued Then, to cap off his 10-for-18, 285-yard effort, Zazzara threw a 30-yard scoring pass to Aaron Donalson in the third quarter. With the score 42-0, Zazzara joined Salter and the other CBA starters on the bench.
The big margin allowed CBA head coach Joe Casamento to use all 48 of his players on the roster, a common occurrence, and one the Brothers would not mind repeating as the post-season wears on.
Liverpool figures to test those plans. Back on Sept. 20, the Warriors were 1-2 after surrendering 42 second-half points in a bitter 49-37 defeat to F-M.
Since then, Liverpool has reeled off five straight wins, deftly mixing a passing attack anchored by senior quarterback Justin Capoto with the running of sophomore tailback Jaydakis Scott. Plus, the Warriors' defense has vastly improved, as evidenced by forcing six West Genesee turnovers in the playoff opener.