McGuane was the only player on either side to score twice. Bird, Nolan and Audrey Cerrone earned the other goals. Cazenovia goalie Lauren Devine made 11 saves.
As this went on, Westhill shook off a dry start and a 3-0 deficit by putting up four straight goals late in the first half at Skaneateles. The Warriors scored again just before the break to reclaim the lead, 5-4, and expanded the margin to 7-5 early in the second half.
However, the Lakers turned it around with five unanswered goals, all from Shelby McNeilly and Emma Ford, and never trailed again.
Westhill battled to the end, as Tripodi, Rainone and Stack each had two goals. Tripodi also had two assists as Easterly, Labile, Mizer and Sophie Dower earned single tallies.
Gretchen Krzykowski, taking her turn in goal, had nine saves. Skaneateles won with a three-pronged attack as Shelby McNeilly pounded out five goals, while Carly Davis and Nicole Beaston earned three goals apiece.
Jordan-Elbridge began its season with a single game last Tuesday, against Tully, and a rough start proved costly as it lost to the Black Knights 15-9.
Tully’s steady attack put the Eagles behind, 9-4, by the time they reached the break. The second half proved closer, mainly because Amanda Wheeler was racking up five goals and one assist.
Still, Tully stayed in front, led by Allison Bolt (four goals, one assist) and Alexis Drumm, who added three goals. To support Wheeler, J-E saw Kelsey Youmell earn two goals and two assists, with Amanda Brown adding two goals and one assist. Gabby Thorpe added an assist. Morgan Conroy, in goal, recorded 17 saves.
Bishop Ludden lost Wednesday to LaFayette, 16-11. Erannan Shattuck put up five goals, while Nicole Granteed and Gemma O’Kane each scored twice. Teresa Shattuck and Seanna Laneve also converted, with Liz Tully adding a pair of assists.