Wade Brunelle and Luke Pinckney each recorded five goals and three assists, as the Jordan-Elbridge boys lacrosse team topped Holland Patent 19-5 Monday.
Deacon Hill added one goal and three assists, Nick Long scored twice and Riordan Parker had a pair of assists. Joel Blasko, Tyler Fietta, Caleb DeCola, Anthony Baron, Tyler Scott and Griffin LaFleur each scored once, and Erik Ryan had one assist.
Steve Tripp registered two saves, while Kolin Humberstone had one stop.
Jordan-Elbridge travels to Chittenango Thursday.
FROM THE WEEKEND
Cayuga 11, Schenectady 0: Auburn's Brandon Fasce earned the Spartans' first no-hitter in the first game of the weekend Saturday.
Sam Jenkins added a homer in the first inning, while Matt Spicer, Zac Legarretta and Caleb Beach each had multi-hit games.
Cayuga 11, Schenectady 1: Wyatt Palmer struck out eight and gave up a single earned run for the win in the second half of the Saturday doubleheader.
Auburn's Anthony Micucci and Skaneateles' Adam Lupo each collected three hits.
Cayuga 8, Schenectady 1: Lupo took a no-hitter into the sixth, and finished with four strikeouts.
Sam Jenkins (two doubles) had four hits, while Auburn's Eric Gatewood was 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles.
Cayuga 8, Schenectady 7: Auburn's James Roeschlaub earned the win on the mound.
Micucci and Lupo each had two hits.
Cayuga plays Hudson Valley on Tuesday and Thursday.
Cayuga 9, Finger Lakes 0: Deanna Shackleton struck out seven in the shutout, and helped her cause with a hit and two RBIs at the plate.
Ashley Stephens (Port Byron) added an RBI double, and Libby Plish (Auburn) reached base three times and had three runs.
Cayuga 20, Finger Lakes 12: Kaylee Shackleton scored four times.
Deanna Shackleton had a pair of triples and three RBIs, while Kyra Cottrill (Skaneateles) had three runs. Cottrill also earned the win in the circle. Union Springs' Shelby Koch had a pair of hits and five RBIs.
Cayuga hosts Broome Tuesday.
Cayuga earned a pair of tournament championships at Timber Banks Golf Club (Onondaga) and Elm Tree Golf Club (TC3) last weekend.
Hunter Hubel led the way with a 72 to be the men's medalist at Timber Banks, and Skaneateles' Jenna Fields was the women's medalist by eight strokes. EJ Townsend (Port Byron) finished with a 74.
The Spartans edged Niagara by one stroke with a team score of 312 Sunday at Elm Tree. Hubel was the runner-up with a 74. Fields was the women's medalist by five strokes.
Cayuga hosted a tournament at Highland Park Friday and finished second. Hubel shot an 83, and Fields won by two strokes.
Cayuga travels to Mohawk Valley Friday and Herkimer Saturday.