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Skaneateles hockey wins twice, goes to 18-0-1

first_img Tags: ice hockeyskaneateles True, the bigger quests still lie ahead for the Skaneateles boys ice hockey team as it aims to repeat as both Section III and state Division II champions.But the accomplishment of an undefeated regular season is nearly in the books for the Lakers, who impressed again this week with two big wins over Divsion II challengers.Traveling to New Hartford Monday night, Skaneateles got off to yet another quick start and left the Spartans far behind them on the way to an 8-2 victory.It was 4-1 by the end of the first period, the Lakers ultimately seeing 10 different players earn points and six of them score goals, with only Jack Henry and Brendan Powers converting twice.Charlie Major had a goal and three assists, while Garrett Krieger, Cole Heintz and Charlie Russell each had one goal and two assists. Single assists went to Ben Clymer, Tom Coyne and Jacob French.Two nights later, Skaneateles went to Oswego, where the Lakers made up for a slow start in a big way by the way it tore through the last two periods of a 7-1 victory over the Buccaneers.Oswego did keep Skaneateles off the board in the first period, but once it broke through early in the second, the Lakers built a 3-0 margin and doubled it during the final period.Krieger set the pace with a three-goal hat trick, with Major and Russell each getting three assists. Henry added two assists as Heintz, Powers, Cam Lowe and Jacob Weeks earned single goals. French and Jack Buff got assists.Now all that is left was to tame Whitesboro in the regular-season finale next Wednesday night at Allyn Arena. Already, these two teams have clinched the top two seeds for the sectional Division II playoffs and had byes straight into the semifinals, which are not until Feb. 24-25.Thus, the Lakers and Warriors would play this game on this date so that neither of them would have a prolonged break between the end of the regular season and their respective semifinals.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story last_img read more

West Genesee swimmers, divers take part in state meet

first_imgMoving to Saturday’s finals, McMahon set a new season mark with 1:00.65 and took 34th place overall. Schultz broke his day-old sectional record with 56.14 seconds, runner-up to the 55.03 from Dansville’s Aidan Kreiley.As for junior Keegan Scharoun, he was trying to go quicker than 54.74 seconds in the 100-yard backstroke. While not quite doing so, Scharoun’s 54.83 seconds put him in 40th place, ahead of the 55.55 from the sectional champion, Liverpool’s Curtis Merrick.McMahon and Scharoun got together with two other juniors, Alex Shuron and Chase Foresti, for the 200 medley relay, where WG’s time of 1:40.07 had put them in the state meet.Getting under the 1:40 mark, the Wildcats posted 1:39.99 in qualifying and, in Saturday’s finals, fell off a bit to 1:40.27, but still finished 26th overall. Pittsford claimed the state championship with a time of 1:34.36.Meanwhile, Westhill‘s Vincent Tarolli swam in both of the sprints, looking to improve upon times of 22.13 seconds in the 50 freestyle and 48.65 seconds in the 100 freestyle.Tarolli went 22 seconds flat in qualifying in the 50 freestyle to advance to Saturday’s finals, where he went 22.39 seconds for 29th place. As for the 100 freestyle, Tarolli finished 39th in 49.06 seconds, unable to advance to the finals.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story West Genesee’s boys swim team would have a presence in four different events during last weekend’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association championships at Long Island’s Nassau County Aquatic Center.Two of those Wildcats were in the diving event, where junior Justin Byrne entered as the 20th-ranked diver in the field and senior David Puma tried to improve from his 47th-place position.Byrne would climb to 17th place in the opening round as Puma, with 177.90 points, finished 33rd. Then, in the semifinal round, Byrne remained in 17th and advanced to the finals. Ulitmately, Byrne’s total of 411.65 points put him in 19th place, best among the seven Section III divers in the event. Bloomfield’s Alex Kenyon took the state championship with 515.45 points.Turning to the race portions of the state meet, WG senior Ryan McMahon wanted to go under one minute in the 100-yard breaststroke, his best time so far this winter a 1:00.95.And McMahon improved to 1:00.73 here to get to 32nd place as Baldwinsville’s Nick Schultz broke the sectional record with a time of 56.80 seconds to reach the finals as the second-fastest qualifier.center_img Tags: swimmingWest Geneseelast_img read more

Custis features in Parris’ absence, Moore returns to practice

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Jamal Custis took reps with the second team and one with the first-team offense in 11-on-0s Tuesday, shortly after SU Athletics announced that junior tight end Josh Parris will undergo surgery for a lower-body injury.The freshman Custis and sophomore Kendall Moore are likely to battle for the starting tight end position, and Moore was returning to cutting in practice — for the 25 minutes of practice that were open to the media — for the first time since hobbling off during practice Saturday morning.Custis filled Parris’ spot in field-goal protection before Moore also blocked on the second kicking unit. They both joined in route-running and blocking drills with tight ends coach Bobby Acosta later in practice.Moore ran down the sideline and did not participate in any of the designed plays during the portion of practice available to media. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on August 19, 2014 at 6:03 pm Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_last_img read more

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