Rochester was held to single-digit scoring in all four quarters as visiting Aberdeen handed the Warriors a 48-31 defeat in 2A Evergreen Conference play Monday night.
The Warriors were plagued by poor shooting all night, connecting on just 10 of 52 shots from the field (19%). They were also 2 of 7 from beyond the arc and 9 of 17 from the free throw line.
“Rough night shooting for the Warriors,” Rochester coach Davina Serdahl said. “Could not get anything going offensively.”
It was a disappointing loss for the Warriors, who entered the match on a two-game win streak. Grace Hoover led Rochester with 11 points.
“Hoover was the spark tonight with aggressive play,” Serdahl said.
The Warriors were held to eight or fewer points in all four quarters, and were outdistanced in the second half when the Bobcats outscored them 31-16 to put the game out of reach.
Rochester (4-8, 3-6 EvCo) hosts Shelton on Wednesday for senior night.