Baldwinsville midfielder Sean Barron (24) jumps and fires a shot past Corcoran goalie Noah Galvan in last Thursday night’s game at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium. Barron added an assist as the Bees rolled past the Cougars 10-1.
In a non-league game Saturday against Watertown IHC, the Bees, aiming for three wins in a row, attained it with ease, taking over in the second half to rip past the Cavaliers 16-3.
Steady offense throughout the first half produced an 8-3 margin at the break, but just like it did against Corcoran, the Bees got away in the third quarter, outscoring IHC 7-0 as its defense blanked the Cavaliers in the last two periods.
Ten different players scored, led by McAskill’s three-goal hat trick. Luke had two goals and two assists, with Bertrand, Barron and Rein also finding the net twice. Chapman had a goal and two assists. Bulak, McCaffrey, Hamm and Nate Rutkowski also scored.
Those wins clinched a Section III Class A playoff spot for B’ville, who was 7-4 going into Tuesday’s game at Cicero-North Syracuse, which precedes a big Friday-night test against visiting West Genesee.