Dec. 2, the Burghers lost 43-42 to Hadley-Luzerne, victims of a last-second shot that reversed the score.
In a 7-second play, Eagle Brett Allen dodged Burgher defenders and drove to the basket and scored a layup, leaving Warrensburg with a single second on the clock. Allen scored 19 points in the win.
Brendan Frye scored 16 in the effort, followed by Jordan Webster with 10 points, Mike Perrone with 9, and Tom Holmgren with 5.
Monday, Coach Schloss said his team was determined to beat its next opponent, Northville, on Tuesday, and the same with Adirondack League rival Hartford, on Friday. The Burghers face Corinth Tuesday Dec. 16, he said.
"We're going to pick away at these games one at a time, and be back in the hunt for the title," he said.