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Skaneateles boys lax earns pair of big wins

Lakers rip past Ludden, OCS by combined 38-4 margin

That late-April winter blast affected the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team, who was unable to play last Monday’s game against Onondaga at Hyatt Stadium. That late-April winter blast affected the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team, who was unable to play last Monday’s game against Onondaga at Hyatt Stadium.

Thus, the Lakers were left with five days to recover from, and stew about, its 13-5 defeat at Homer on April 20, and it was ready once the weather cleared up.

Skaneateles jumped all over Bishop Ludden last Wednesday afternoon in a 19-0 romp, getting 10 of those goals in the first quarter and leading 14-0 by halftime.

Brendan Major led the way, with four goals and two assists. Connor O’Hara, Alex Brownlee and Jack Fabrizio each scored three times, while Tyler Strods managed a pair of goals. Zach Ross had three assists as Steve Scuderi, Steve Bright and Garrett Navaroli notched single goals. Shaun McConnaghy and Taylor Haberstock earned assists, too.

A day later, the Lakers made up the snowed-out game with Onondaga, and again proved quite impressive on the way to crushing the Tigers 19-4.

It didn’t take too long for Skaneateles to unload on OCS, roaring to a 9-1 lead by the end of the first quarter. Then the Lakers rested the rest of the half before a third quarter where, again, it could not be stopped, outscoring the Tigers 8-1.

O’Hara and Nate Scuderi both finished with four goals and one assist. Major scored three times and added an assist, with Strods getting two goals and Ross earning a goal and two assists. Fabrizio, Bright, Haberstock and Jack Dawley notched single goals, and even top defender Trevor Diamond earned a rare tally.

Skaneateles could avenge that defeat to Homer next Friday, at Hyatt Stadium, after a Tuesday visit to Jordan-Elbridge and before a brutal homestretch that includes Marcellus, Cazenovia and CBA.

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