Apparently Schloss didn't mince words over his opinion that first-half defense was lacking.
"Our players got fired up, then played great defense and took advantage of opportunities," Rich recalled of the record-setting third quarter. "We cut way back back on turnovers and took advantage of the turnovers we got - it was really a group effort."
Senior Jordan Webster, who hasn't seen much floor time this season, was the X-factor in the upset, Schloss said.
"Jordan really stepped up and contributed well," he said. "He gave us a really hard game."
On Tuesday, Warrensburg was scheduled to play No. 7 Duanesburg, an upset winner over Rensselaer, later that day in the Glens Falls Civic Center.
Frye said the victory over Berlin had one big benefit for the Burgher underclassmen.
"We're happy about the win because it means we'll have the seniors around for at least one more game," he said.