continued That didn’t prove much of a problem, as Skaneateles dominated this latest Laker battle and defeated Cazenovia 60-29, putting together, by far, it best all-around effort of the young season.
What was a close, low-scoring contest turned against the visiting Lakers when Skaneateles went on an 18-0 run that covered the end of the first quarter and most of the second period. Not stopping there, the hosts expanded the margin to 49-14 by the end of the third quarter.
It did so by spreading production around, even though Dobrovosky got close to a triple-double as she finished with 13 points, 10 rebounds, nine blocks and seven steals.
Nine different players converted field goals and six of them had six points or more, and this happened even though Skaneateles only made two 3-pointers all night.
Molly Wood produced a season-best 10 points, while Sarah Tomlinson earned eight points. Lane got seven points, just ahead of Beatson, Maddy Pinckney (six points each) and Foehl (five points).
No doubt, the Lakers were happy to get Blasi her milestone win, since it does not play at home again until Jan. 13, against Phoenix.
Thus, for a full month, Skaneateles must get used to the road, starting this week with games at Hannibal and Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (assuming the snow stops) and continuing with the Dec. 27-28 Fabius-Pompey Tournament.