F-M lit into Syracuse East during a 9-0 first quarter, and then expanded the margin to 14-0 by halftime so that the clock could run and that everyone on the roster could see longer playing stints.
Lux, off a week that included 10 goals against Liverpool and 10 points (six points, four assists) in a win at Auburn, dialed it back here, but still had four goals and two assists as Wilson also managed a three-goal hat trick.
Clay Arnold and Casey Greene both had two goals and one assist, with Dan Wyman also scoring twice. Krizman managed one goal and one assist as Cahill and Leuze also found the net. Kroy Arnold, Jake Pulver, Kevin Chase, Erik Keller and Nick Walsh got assists, too.
What made the IHC game memorable was what Lux accomplished as a career milestone. With three more goals, the senior ran his total to 142, the most in the F-M program’s 50-year history, surpassing the mark that Bruce Yancey set before he graduated in 1982.
As to the game itself, the Hornets jumped all over the Cavaliers and led 8-0 after one period, en route to a 13-2 halftime edge. Clay Arnold scored four times as Wilson managed three goals and three assists and Lux added a pair of assists.
Greene and Keller both had two goals, with Leuze, Walsh, DaRin and Colton Oliver managing one goal apiece. Chase, LoSecco and Kroy Arnold earned one assist apiece.
Now F-M had to navigate its way past Rome Free Academy and Corcoran this week before the much-anticipated May 14 regular-season finale against West Genesee.