continued That was close enough to stir Cazenovia to an even higher level of play in the third quarter. The turnovers continued to pile up on the Skaneateles ledger, and this time Cazenovia made them pay with two baskets apiece from Carpenter and Sally Langan, part of an 18-2 surge that put the game away.
Other than Joanna Dobrovosky, who got 19 points, and Lane, who earned most of her 11 points in the fourth quarter, the entire Skaneateles roster managed just one total field goal.
Kleine finished with a season-best 17 points and six assists, while Carpenter worked her way to 14 points and 14 rebounds, throwing in eight steals and five blocks for good measure. Gerber, with 10 points, also hit double figures.
Still with a 5-2 record, Skaneateles would use the break to rest up – but also work on all the things that went wrong against Westhill and Cazenovia. More importantly, the Lakers are expected to have Buck back in the lineup when the season resumes Jan. 3 at Solvay.