Ahead 8-1 by halftime, Cazenovia really spread around its production, as 12 different players scored goals. Kleine led with three goals and one assist, while Sally Langan scored twice and Dorrance tacked on three more assists.
Grace Milmoe had a goal and two assists, with Henderson, Kali Cook and Lucy Shepard each earning one goal and one assist. McEntee, Lavelle, Madison Gabor, Maggie Namy, Clare Costello and Edie Connor also found the net. Sierra Shafer had Chittenango’s lone goal in the first half.
The Bears’ week commenced last Monday with a visit from state Class C no. 6-ranked Skaneateles, who wasted little time taking control as it beat the Bears 20-6.
Chittenango perhaps hoped that Skaneateles was looking ahead two nights to its home showdown with fellow Class C favorite Marcellus, but those hopes were quickly dashed as the Lakers led 14-3 by halftime and just kept going.
Nicole Zimmer did get a three-goal hat trick for the Bears, while Kaitlin Antelmi had two goals and two assists. Shafer had the other goal as Alyssa Crane recorded 10 saves. Seven Skaneateles players had multiple goals, led by Hannah Powers, who found the net four times.
Right after the loss to Cazenovia, the Bears played again Friday, falling to Westhill 18-8, despite Antelmi’s five goals and one assist. Shafer added two goals, but the Warriors had too much firepower as Emily Mizer (five goals, one assist) and Maggie Tripodi (four goals, three assists) led the charge.
Chittenango still has Tuesday’s game with Jordan-Elbridge left as Cazenovia will close its regular season hosting Marcellus Wednesday night.