BATH - Wayland-Cohocton traveled to Bath and came away with a 58-32 victory in a Livingston County Athletic Association girls basketball matchup on Wednesday.

"You have to play pretty much a perfect game to beat a team like Way-Co and we weren’t able to do that," Bath head coach Randy Abrams said.

The Eagles held a 9-8 advantage at the end of the first quarter and grew their lead to 22-18 after 16 minutes.

In the third quarter Wayland-Cohocton took control, outscoring the Rams 21-8 and cruised to the victory after that.

"Our third quarter killed us tonight," said Abrams. "Take that quarter out and we were within one point. I thought we did some good things on and off, but just couldn’t put together 32 full minutes."

Alex Button led the Eagles with 25 points and Leah Langerman added nine points.

Jaydn Abrams netted 20 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and added three steals for the Rams and Mackenna Taggert chipped in nine points and nine boards.

With the win, Wayland-Cohocton improves to 14-2, while the Rams fall to 9-6.

Bath will host Hornell on Friday at 7:30 p.m. in its next contest.