Friday’s game against visiting Corcoran proved that F-M was not looking ahead to West Genesee, as Lux passed yet another milestone in the Hornets’ easy 16-5 win over the Cougars.
Settling things early, F-M bolted to a 6-0 lead on Corcoran by the end of the first quarter, and the margin grew to 11-1 by halftime, the Hornets content at that point to trade goals and maintain that big lead the rest of the way.
Lux, who became the school’s all-time leading goal scorer a week earlier, again piled up the points, as his five goals and seven assists gave him exactly 100 points for the season – 56 goals, 44 assists, a number only Jamesville-DeWitt star Jordan Evans (64 goals, 68 assists) can top.
Those passes from Lux went to several teammates, including Clay Arnold, who had three goals to go with three assists. Wilson (two goals, two assists) and DaRin (two goals, one assist) also produced as Cahill, Krizman, Tom LoSecco and Dan Wyman got single goals. Leuze joined Cahill and LoSecco in the assist column.
F-M’s girls lacrosse team, also heading for the post-season, hosted Oswego last Tuesday and outscored the Buccaneers 19-11, surviving a rough first half on the defensive side by pulling away in the latter stages and wearing Oswego down.
Four different Hornets – Cara Esposito, Sam Hotchkiss, Marri Ryu and Mac Everding – had three-goal hat tricks, with Esposito adding three assists. Lindsey Trachtenberg and Meg Fero were close behind, each with two goals and two assists, while Olivia Tejan, Hilary O’Neil and Julie Neubarger earned single tallies.