Rochester is still searching for its first win of the season after falling to Mountain View on the road, 76-46, Thursday.
The Warriors turned the ball over 32 times, and couldn’t dig themselves out of an early hole in the first half.
“They came out and capitalized on our missed communication passes which forced turnovers,” Warriors coach Derrick Pringle said. “We just came out unprepared and not focused. We have to come better prepared for competition.”
Anthony Groninger was the lone Warrior in double figures with 15 points, all in the fourth quarter, as the Warriors (0-2) struggled to get much going against an energized Thunder (2-0) squad.
The Warriors will look to pick up their first win against Shelton at home tomorrow, which Pringle says plays with the same energy that Mountain View does.