Three days later, the Hornets dealt with Watertown IHC and, on the way to getting that 300th win for Kenneally, cleaned up the part about slow starts.
It was 7-1 before the first quarter was done, 10-2 by halftime, and if that wasn't enough, the Hornets' defense pitched a second-half shutout, even with the game well under control.
Waffle led with five goals and one assist, but Lux was close behind, scoring four times to give him 10 for the week. Simmons and Anklin both found the net twice, while Krizman notched a goal and two assists. Dave Hajduk and Derek Andrake had single goals in the late going. David Ondrich and Scott Chase added assists.
F-M now makes two longer road trips, starting CNY Counties League play at Rome Free Academy and Oswego before a non-league contest Saturday at East Syracuse-Minoa.