Clearly, the best part of the Skaneateles girls swim team's 100-80 victory over Cazenovia Thursday at the Community Center was not the fact that it won the battle of Laker teams and improved to 5-2 on the season.
It was that seven different Skaneateles swimmers took turns winning races, not even including the 200 medley relay, where Gaelyn Price, Holly Ross, Krissy Chalupnicki and Haley Bucholtz tore to a winning time of 2:14.30.
Price earned her own title in the 50 freestyle in 28.73 seconds. Meanehile, Chalupnicki would return in the 200 freestyle relay, where she, along with Courtney Pitman, Brittany Williams and Kelsey Beyor, finished first in 2:09.02.
Rachael DeWitt had a strong 200 freestyle, where she won in 2:09.24, just before Sarah Sawyer needed 2:40.96 for first place in the 200 individual medley. Nikki Cole swam the 100 butterfly in 1:10.50, with Amanda Shoenfelt first in the 100 freesteyle (1:01.84) and Paige Williams needing 6:45.02 to beat the field in the 500 freestyle. Emily Wirth added a 100 backstroke title in 1:18.66.
Skaneateles would remain at home Monday night to face Auburn, who had a 3-2 mark in the CNY Counties League. The regular season concludes Oct. 27 with a meet against Manlius-Pebble Hill.