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Auburn's Natalie Calandra-Ryan, center, battles Central Square defenders during the Section III, Class B quarterfinals May 27, 2017 in Auburn. 

Sophomore Natalie Calandra-Ryan recorded her 100th career goal Saturday as Auburn girls lacrosse routed Frontier 17-4.

Calandra-Ryan finished the game with five goals and one assist. Her second goal of the game served as her 100th, and she now has 103 in her young career. Caroline Netti (assist) and Emma Donovan both picked up hat tricks, and Gabby McGinn (two assists), Gracie Giannettino (assist) and Jillian Alberici each registered multi-goal games.

Lexy Driscoll and Quinn Brady combined for four saves in net.

Auburn improves to 6-1 and the Maroons travel to Syracuse on Tuesday.

BOYS LACROSSE

Skaneateles 18, Cazenovia 11: Evan Brunelle led the Lakers with four goals, while John Danforth scored three with an assist. Brendan Powers (three assists), Patrick Hackler (three assists) and Jack Comer each scored twice. Grayson Brunelle (three assists), Nick Wamp (assist), Ben Spinelli (assist), Colin Weeks and Will McGlynn all picked up one goal. Ryan Gick was credited with two assists.

BASEBALL

Port Byron/Union Springs 7, Pulaski 0: Jake McNabb threw six shutout innings, striking out nine batters while only walking one. He was charged with four hits. Ryan Bailey pitched the final inning, striking out all three batters he faced.

The Panthers posted six hits and walked six times on offense. Lead-off batter Brandon Relfe recorded two hits and scored three times. Bailey doubled, walked and scored a run. McNabb (run, RBI), Ryan Walter (two RBIs) and Kody Kurtz (run, walk) also recorded hits. Zach Nickerson posted one run, one RBI and a walk.

PB/US faces Tully Monday.

GOLF

Moravia 251, Union Springs 271: Steve Vivenzio was the medalist for Moravia at Fillmore Golf Club, scoring a round of 35. Evan Mantey's 48, Connor Morris' 51, Kyle Adams' 57 and Travis Johnson's 60 rounded out the scoring for the Blue Devils.

Andrew Salls led the Wolves with a 42, followed by Alex Church's 55, Luke Winters' 57, Tom Hrycko's 57 and Riley Kimble's 60.

FROM FRIDAY

SOFTBALL

Southern Cayuga 17, Marathon 2: Ellie Brozon went 3-for-3 and scored both of the Chiefs' runs, Lillie Colton, Molly Walter and Kaley Driscoll all dropped in a pair of hits, and Kady Rossbach, Lauren Collier and Molleigh Johnson also posted hits. Brozon pitched and struck out five.

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