Skaneateles girls lacrosse coach Bridget Marquardt added another prestigious honor to a decorated career Saturday.
Marquardt's Lakers defeated Cazenovia 18-3, earning the longtime Skaneateles coach her 300th career win.
Marquardt has coached Skaneateles for 17 seasons and behind her leadership the Lakers have been one of the top girls lacrosse programs in New York state. Skaneateles has played for a section title each of Marquardt's 17 seasons at the helm, winning 12 section titles and four state championships in the process. The Lakers have qualified for the state tournament in five of the last six seasons. Now 300 career wins adds another milestone to Marquardt's career.
Grace Dower (three assists), Maggie Newton, Riley Brogan (two assists) and Olivia Navaroli (two assists) all recorded hat tricks for Skaneateles, while Anna McGlynn (assist), Hope Allyn and Gabby Welch each scored once. Meg Buff made three saves in net.
Skaneateles (2-1) faces Section V's Rush-Henrietta on Tuesday.
Watertown 18, Jordan-Elbridge 2: Chelsea Curtis and Sophia Titus were the scorers for the Eagles, and goalie Gabrielle Skotniski made 10 saves.
Cazenovia 7, Jordan-Elbridge 4: Riordan Parker scored twice, and Jeremiah Sparks (assist) and Wade Brunelle also picked up a goal apiece. Griffin LaFleur and Deacon Hill were both credited with an assist and goalie Steve Tripp made 10 saves.
Jordan-Elbridge (3-1) faces Christian Brothers Academy on Monday.
TRACK AND FIELD
IAC Relays: Southern Cayuga's girls finished fifth out of nine schools with 42 points, while the Chiefs' boys team came in 6th with 48 points at Odessa-Montour High School.
Sophie Bennett, Betsy Gloss, Bri Gentile and Bridget Hastings won the girls 4x1600m relay, finishing in 24:54.7 to set a new school record. Gloss, Hastings, Gentile and Bennett also won the girls 4x800m relay in 11:47.1.
Bridget Davis and Gentile combined to win the girls shot put relay, combining for a distance of 52-7.5.
The long jump relay was the highlight for the boys, as Steven Sherman and Colby Sellen combined for a distance of 35-7.75 for first place.
Port Byron/Union Springs 4, Trumansburg 0: PB/US opened its season on a high note Thursday, defeating Trumansburg in a one-hitter.
Kyle Bailey pitched six innings of shutout ball, striking out five and walking none. He was charged with only one hit against. Ryan Bailey pitched the final inning, punching out three of the four batters he faced.
Zach Nickerson led the offense with two hits, including a double, walk and a run. Lead-off hitter Brandon Relfe went 2-for-3 with a walk. Kyle Bailey (run, double), Ryan Walter (run, two RBIs), Jake McNabb (two RBIs) and Jarrett Fronce all recorded one hit. Caleb Roden walked and scored a run.
The Panthers (1-0) travel to Weedsport Monday.