WARRENSBURG In a dazzling display of ball handling and shooting expertise Tuesday, the North Warren boys Varsity basketball team rolled over their Warrensburg counterparts 67 to 43. North Warren started their attack early, racking up a lopsided advantage -- which at some instances was about 30 points -- and Warrensburg never recovered. This North Warren win avenges an early-season loss on their home floor to Warrensburg by about 20 points. Tuesdays win boosts North Warren to a 14-5 record overall, said coach Jason Humiston. We pushed the ball hard in transition, stepped up the tempo, and pulled down the rebounds, he said. The team racked up a wide margin in the opening minutes of the game, despite top player Pete Aiken facing two fouls in the first two minutes. When he was benched, the North Warren team compensated with some dramatic steals and dead-eye shooting. Aikens substitute, 240-pound Ben Magee, added beef under the basket, and North Warren cornered the market on rebounds. North Warren also focused on limiting Alex Quigan, Warrensburgs 1000-point player. Warrensburg fought back, narrowing the score at times, but the contest was out of reach by the end of the third quarter. As it was WCS Senior Night Warrensburg put in two seniors that practice hard but have limited game-time, while North Warren emptied the bench. While noting his own teams intense physical effort, Warrensburg Coach Rich Schloss praised the North Warrens performance. Pete Aikens a great athlete, and Bruce Carpenter shot the lights out, he said. We came out flat defensively, and it hurt us. Schloss said his teams chemistry was absent Tuesday. I thought we could hang with them, but we really got it handed to us tonight.