"From Day 1, our main goal has been to win our league," Rockets coach Becky Miller said. "Our second goal is to make the playoffs and actually win a game, which we haven't done since I've been here. At least in the league we've gotten it done so far."
Cristofano and Martin each had five points in the first quarter. Myers - held to only two in the first quarter - found her rhythm in the second quarter, scoring 10 points in the frame as the Rockets pulled away.
"I usually get off to a bad start in the first quarter, and I need to stop forcing things," Myers said. "Once I get warmed up, things come easier."
"Sometimes she struggles in the first quarter because she knows she's the go-to person and there's a lot of pressure," Miller said. "Once she relaxes and lets the game come to her, she finds her opportunities. ... It'd be a lot tougher for her if she was the only one scoring points."
Cristofano and Martin made sure that wasn't the case. Cristofano showed off her shooting touch, making several open 16-footers.
"She's an unsung hero for us a lot of times, going after loose balls and rebounds," Martin said. "It's starting to pay off on the offensive end. She's helped our team a lot by looking for her shot more than in the past."
Martin went to work underneath, turning several offensive rebounds into baskets.
Greencastle couldn't do much right in the first half, making just 4 of 26 shots and getting outrebounded, 28-13.
"We were rushing shots, rushing everything," Blue Devils coach Paddy Mowen said. "No one was underneath, no one was crashing the boards. We were in a hurry and we couldn't get anyone to slow down."
The Blue Devils used a full-court press to create a few turnovers which led to a small run early in the fourth quarter to cut the deficit to 43-29, but got no closer. Starting forward Kris Rot and reserve guard Chelsea Wolff each had eight points to lead Greencastle.
"We finally drove the ball to the basket, got fouled and made some foul shots," Mowen said. "We finally started playing instead of running around."