The Bulls (8-6) got off to a bad start against Celina Friday and never recovered.
“We started sluggish on the road again,” Bridgeport coach Brian Miller said. “We got down eleven to start the game because of bad decisions and lack of focus.”
Bridgeport got the game within one point in the second quarter but ended the half with some bad mistakes on both ends of the floor and trailed 30-19 at the half.
The Bulls battled back in the second half but could not capitalize from the free throw line going 3 for 10.