But then WG’s defense took over, shutting the Bucs down the rest of the way and giving the attack ample time to work out its problems and find the net on a consistent basis.
Hoose, in particular, was tough to stop. Hoose had a part in all but one of WG’s scoring plays, piling up six assists to back up his three-goal hat trick, while Ginestro managed three goals and two assists.
Pritchard, Brown, David Procopio and Marc Niechcial earned one goal apiece, with Brown adding an assist. Matt Koziol finished with six saves, only allowing those first-half goals to Oswego’s trio of Ryan Martin, Chase Izyk and Brandon Tracz.
At 7-4 following the romp at C-NS, the Wildcats host Central Square on Tuesday, leading to next Friday's trip Friday to face Baldwinsville.