Zach Wagner, in defeat, had two goals and two assists. Sam Robles and Dylan Dunham also found the net twice, with Kyle Humberstone and Nate Town earning single goals. Nick Hallinan did all he could, making 21 saves in the net, but he couldn’t keep everything out as Jack Dawley (four goals), Tyler Strods and Sam Duggan (three goals each) led the Lakers’ efforts.
In Wednesday’s 16-8 defeat to Tully, the Eagles were flattened in the first half, falling behind 12-1, and could not recover. Robles did score three times as Schwarting added two goals and two assists. Dunham, Zach Wagner and Dale Wagner also notched goals, with Humberstone adding an assist.
That same Tully team would put a major scare into Marcellus on Saturday afternoon, but the Mustangs pulled out an 11-10 decision.
Again trailing early, Marcellus caught the Black Knights by halftime, making it 6-6, and then inched out in front during the third quarter before hanging on in a tense homestretch.
Kevin Hutchings put in three goals, adding an assist. Filtch had two goals and two assists, with McNaney, Cox and Matt Hutchings each matching that two-goal output. Lilly made 10 saves. Jon Lippert paced Tully with three goals and one assist as Dan Sherlock’s 16 saves kept it close.
Bishop Ludden/Bishop Grimes lost, 13-3, to Tully last Monday, and a day later dropped a 10-9 overtime decision to Onondaga, this despite rallying from a 6-3 halftime deficit.
Against the Tigers, Mark Shattuck scored three times, with Joe Spano and Connor Smith getting two goals apiece. Dominick Delvecchio set up those scoring plays with five assists as he and Doug Myrdek had one goal apiece. Phil Do, in goal, made 14 saves, but had a hard time stopping OCS’s Hajenehe Brown, who finished with five goals and one assist.