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FILE - In this February 2018 photo, Auburn's Kaleb Cook celebrates during a game against Utica Proctor. 

It was a night of milestones at the Auburn High School gymnasium Friday night as Kaleb Cook established a new pair of Maroons scoring records during a 76-70 victory over Fowler.

Cook scored 51 points to break the Auburn single-game mark of 45 held by Avery Lamb in the early 1990s. The 51 points also enabled Cook to break Lamb's record for career scoring. Cook now has 1,328 points, 11 more than Lamb.

Shaheed Beal added 11 points and six assists and Troy Churney pulled down 10 rebounds.

Auburn has won two of its last three games and is 3-7 on the season. The Maroons next play Tuesday at Cortland.

Union Springs 56, Trumansburg 48: Kyle Bailey scored 18 points with seven rebounds and seven assists in the Wolves' win.

Ryan Bailey scored 13 points and Zach Nickerson added 12 points, seven rebounds and eight assists.

Union Springs (5-4) next plays Tuesday at Spencer-Van Etten.

LaFayette 61, Port Byron 46: Kody Kurtz's 14 points paced the Panthers. Nick Jefferds added 10 points and Scott Compson scored nine.

Port Byron (3-7) next plays Faith Heritage on Monday.


Southern Cayuga 56, Lansing 15: Catie Kopp led the Chiefs with 17 points. Lauren Sherman scored 16 points and Brooke Walter added nine.

Southern Cayuga (8-2) hosts Tioga on Tuesday.

Skaneateles 65, Homer 38: Maeve Canty and Olivia Dobrovosky both scored 16 points in the Lakers' win, followed by a 12-point game from Ryley Pas'cal and another eight points by Chloe Metz.

With her 16 points, Dobrovosky passed Elizabeth Lane as Skaneateles' all-time points leader.


Liverpool 82, Auburn 47: Michael Villano had a pair of first-place finishes to lead the Maroons. Villano won the 200 individual medley in a time of 2:24.59 and the 100 breaststroke in a time of 1:11.20.

Joshua Whiting won the 100 backstroke in a time of 1:10.00 and the Maroons' 200 freestyle relay of Connor McMillan, Villano, Ethan Hickman and Sam Carbonaro was first in 1:47.68.



Auburn girls 2472, Oswego 2094: Kaylee Hodson led the Maroons with a 595 series, including a 206. Amber Pidlypchak contributed a 528 with a game of 246.

Auburn boys 2865, Oswego 2829: Ben Morabito rolled a 735 series, including a game of 279 to pace Maroons. James Wilkes had a 676.

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