Against Whitehall, Warrensburg also dominated early, with a 20-4 first-quarter lead they expanded in the second half.
In that game, Frye led his team with 18 points, followed with Curtis at 11, Perrone and Jason Power contributing 6, Jordan Webster adding 5 and Tom Holmgren chipping in 4. Leading scorer for Whitehall was Kevin McDonald with 7 points.
Monday, Schloss said the Burghers are toughening up and starting to show their true talents.
"Our defense is starting to hustle, reacting to the ball better and causing turnovers," he said.
After the showdown with Lake George, the Burghers face Argyle away, followed Saturday by Salem - also on foreign turf.