Katy Steigerwald and Kate McGarrity both posted season-best totals of five goals, with Steigerwald adding three assists. Just behind them, Haley DeVona had four goals and three assists, while Morgan Young scored twice. Cindy Brownson, Brigid McGinley, Amlia Mujezinovic and Jenna Kenney notched single goals.
In need of a signature win, Fayetteville-Manlius got one against Liverpool last Tuesday night at LHS Stadium, rallying and, in three overtimes, edging past the Warriors 10-9.
Little went right for the Hornets in the first half, when it fell behind 6-2. But led by Jane Cote and Meg Kincaid, F-M reversed those numbers in the second half and tied it, 8-8, forcing overtime, where both teams got a goal before the visitors pushed across the game-winner.
Cote and Kincaid each finished with three-goal hat tricks. Just behind them, Carly Primo had two goals and one assist, with Olivia Tejan also finding the net twice. Each of Aubrey Deveau’s six saves proved important as Liverpool’s Kasi Cabrey led both sides with four goals.
Then F-M toppled ESM in an impressive 13-6 non-league encounter on Thursday afternoon, sprinting out to a 10-4 halftime lead, something that the Spartans could not overcome.
Kincaid, scoring four goals, led a well-balanced attack where Mary Trop, Julie Neuberger and Grace Bang each scored twice and Trop added a pair of assists. Cote, Tejan and Allison Macrae had the other goals. For ESM, DeVona was the lone player to score twice, with Young, McGarrity, McGinley and Brownson getting one goal apiece and Steigerwald adding two assists.
Jamesville-DeWitt, needing a win, got it Wednesday by holding off Mexico 10-8. The Red Rams doubled the Tigers’ output in a 6-3 first half, and overcame three goals by Tyler Beck to stay out in front the rest of the way.
Carly Stone, with five goals, accounted for half of J-D’s production. Jessica Wipper added three assists as Caroline Kopp scored twice. Julia Slisz, Carly Neugebauer and Alyssa Phillips had the other goals, with Bess Murad contributing an assist.