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Competing at its own invitational, the Auburn boys and girls cross country teams both finished fifth Saturday at the Maroons' invitational.

Auburn's boys totaled 144 points, trailing the winner Fairport (35 points), Fulton (86), Oswego (123) and Oriskany (133).

Southern Cayuga also ran at the event, coming in eighth with 216 points.

The Maroons' Jack Moochler placed 10th overall (18:19.8), ahead of teammates Greg Walsh in 23rd (18:59.9), Oliver Baroody in 31st (19:23.7), Jimmy Vasile in 36th (19:41.2), and Max Dauerheim in 44th (20:10.1).

The Chiefs' Ben Stiadle came in 15th in the race (18:33.1). He led teammates Chris Morris (29th; 19:18.7), Sean Kennedy (50th; 20:16.4), Aidan Brown (58th; 20:38.3), and Conner Bennett (66th; 20:59.0).

On the girls side, Auburn's Bethany Lorenzo placed 11th overall (22:03.9), just ahead of fellow Maroon Natalie Calandra-Ryan in 13th (22:18.3). Kate Izzo (25th; 22:44.5), Abbie Izzo (27th; 22:54.5) and Gabrielle Wagner (30th; 23:12.6) rounded out the Maroons' top five.

Southern Cayuga's Sophia Bennett came in 19th (22:36.2), Betsy Gloss was 33rd (23:31.9) and Marissa Wiemann came in 57th (25:42.8).

GIRLS SWIMMING

Elmira Invitational: Southern Cayuga was the C Division runner-up with a handful of swimmers posting season-best performances.

Rachel Richardson (200 freestyle, 500 freestyle), Kelsey LaFave (50 freestyle), Abigail Johnson (50 freestyle), Allison Frazier (100 butterfly, 100 backstroke), Molly Rejman (100 butterfly), and Alyssa Gavurnik (500 freestyle) all had season-highs. 

Brooke Green, Emma VanAmburgh, Gavurnik and Rejman also had a strong time in the 200 medley relay, while Rejman, Taylor Green, Brooke Green and VanAmburgh posted a nice showing in the 200 freestyle relay.

Southern Cayuga wraps up its regular season Friday against Dryden.

FROM FRIDAY

GIRLS SWIMMING

Skaneateles 92, New Hartford 91: The Lakers won four events and were able to hold off the Spartans.

Lily Buchholz took first in the 50 freestyle (26.56) and Rory Comer posted the top time in the 100 breaststroke (1:16.29).

Buchholz, Rory Comer, Caitlin Comer and Elizabeth Springer won the 200 freestyle relay (1:50.79).

Buchholz, Comer, Grace King and Alice Spaulding combined to win the 200 medley relay (2:02.53).

GIRLS SOCCER

Odessa-Montour 2, Union Springs/Port Byron 1: Ava Mills scored for the Wolves on an assist from Sabrina Westmiller. Morgan Lupo made seven saves in net.

US/PB hosts Spencer Van Etten/Candor in the first round of the Section IV, Class B tournament Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.

Skaneateles 2, Clinton 0: Sarah Bailey scored both goals for the Lakers, and Grace Dower notched an assist. Grace Kush made nine saves between the pipes.

FOOTBALL

Skaneateles 56, Cortland 10: Quarterback Patrick Hackler went 16-for-23 with four touchdowns in the air, while also rushing for a 24-yard score.

Areh Boni ran for 91 yards on three carries, and he also scored twice. Will McGlynn caught two of Hackler's touchdown passes. Jack Comer rushed for 49 yards and a touchdown on five carries. Luke Viggiano hauled in a 3-yard touchdown reception.

Defensively, Colin Cox recovered a fumble for a 41-yard touchdown and also came down with an interception.

Skaneateles is 7-0.

Indian River 48, Auburn 16: Shaheed Beal hauled in a 48-yard pass and Dante Herndon ran for a 65-yard score for the Maroons, who fell to the undefeated and state-ranked Warriors.

Auburn is 4-3.

CROSS COUNTRY

Bob Greene Invitational at Newark Valley: Battling through muddy conditions, Port Byron's boys finished in 15th while the girls placed 14th.

Braden York was the top boys finisher in 20th (18:08), Tad Patterson followed in 109th (20:03), Robert Thompson was 126th (20:32), Dylan Nolan came in 127th (20:33) and Ryan Teabo placed 138th (21:01).

Haley Yorkey paced the girls with her 23rd-place time (21:35). Molly Yorkey ran 53rd (22:53), Chelsea Rooker placed 75th (24:10), Corrine Stevens came in 96th (25:51), Hailey Short was 107th (26:40) and Rose Nageldinger was right behind in 108th (26:42).

Port Byron next runs at the Patriot League championships Oct. 23 at Tully.

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