Calvert coach Tim Ritzler said Clyde's Amanda Cahill represented one of the best players that the Senecas will see this season.
"With her size, and her (unselfishness), her passing ability, how smart of a basketball player she is, she's by far the toughest matchup for us anyway," he said after Cahill scored 23 points, had nine rebounds and seven assists in the Fliers' 91-62 win over Calvert.
Cahill, who has committed to coach Curt Miller's Indiana program, led an offensive attack that was highlighted by three players scoring in double digits and by seven 3-pointers.
The Fliers (7-0) jumped out early on the Senecas, scoring the game's first nine points and grabbing a 32-13 lead after one quarter.
But while Calvert struggled to stop the Fliers' offense, it was able to score as well.
Behind a strong game from Kate Brickner, who had 19 points, and Olivia Smith, who had 10, Calvert kept working, impressing Clyde's coach.
"I think Calvert has a really good team," said Clyde coach John Cahill. "I think they're going to win a lot of games, and I thought we really came out and played well, with a little bit of pressure early ... I thought we shot it again very well tonight."
Clyde was 35 of 55 from the floor, continually making the extra pass to find someone either right under the basket, or a wide open teammate for 3.
Clyde led, 48-23 at the half, then outscored the Senecas 24-14 in the third quarter.
"I thought our defense initially - on the ball defense - was pretty good, and even help defense wasn't bad, but it's that second or third pass, that second or third rotation that a lot of teams won't find that weakness in the defense," Ritzler said. "They did."
Breanne Michaels had 16 points, while Hannah Wadsworth had 12 points for the Fliers.
"I thought we had good balance; we had 11 kids score," Coach Cahill said. "I thought we got good play out of a lot of different kids."
Calvert also had 11 players score, and actually outscored the Flyers, 22-19 in the fourth quarter, getting contributions from a number of reserves.
"I was really happy with the bench, the way they stepped up," Ritzler said. "Marisa Horn (2 points) has been playing really well off our bench this year; Margaret Bowers (2 points) coming in, and even at the end of the game, Emma Sullivan comes in, hits a nice 3. Ashley Perry comes off the bench. We feel like we've got a real deep team, and that's gonna be an asset to us down the road."
Taylor Ritzler had seven points off the bench for the Senecas, who fell to 3-2.