As a team, it's your job not to get beat. It's not the other team's job to slow up, bounce the ball around or sit on their heels. You don't like getting beat, practice more. Run more. Shoot more. Get better.

That said, I've played a college sport and coached high school girls. Any team I've been apart of has immediately gone into "practice mode" when we were much better than the other team. You pass much more. You can only score off headers, rebounds, whatever. We've done that out of respect but I wouldn't demand it from anyone else.