Skaneateles hockey vs. Whitesboro - Lowe

Skaneateles' Cam Lowe puts the puck in the net past Whitesboro goalie Cameron Manley following a pass from Charlie Major Nov. 29 at the Skaneateles YMCA. 

At the annual Duke Schneider Tournament, Skaneateles protected home ice with a win over Baldwinsville 4-2 Saturday.

The Lakers were up 2-1 after two periods and then scored twice in the third to close out the win.

Cam Lowe recorded a hat trick, while Jack Henry rounded out the scoring with one goal. Garrett Krieger and Charlie Russell both posted a pair of assists, while Charlie Major added one assist. Chris Falso made 26 saves in net.

On Friday, Skaneateles opened the tournament with a 7-0 win over Pelham. Major scored a pair of goals, while Russell (two assists), Jim Liberatore (assist), Luke Lynn, Bauer Morrissey and Owen Van Holtz all picked up one goal. Krieger had two assists, and Drew Henderson, Cole Heintz and Ryan Gick chipped in with one assist each. Adam Casper earned the win with 18 saves between the pipes.

Lowe and Morrissey were both named to the all-tournament team, while Lowe was named the tournament's most valuable player.


Weedsport 82, Oriskany 60: The Warriors earned their 10th win of the year with a huge second half.

Weedsport outscored Oriskany 47-24 after halftime. Joel Blumer paced Weedsport with 20 points, Josh O'Connor scored 14, Aidan Mabbett added 13 and Jake Brown rounded out double-digit scorers with 11.

Weedsport (10-1) is home against Manlius Pebble Hill on Wednesday.


Christian Brothers Academy 55, Auburn 42: Grace Baranick recorded 13 points, and Marlee Solomon and Jania Freeman both registered nine.

Auburn drops to 6-3 this season.


Fall Heroes Tournament: Cato-Meridian had five wrestlers place Saturday at Canastota.

Hunter White (126) and Ethan Scanlon (170) both finished as runner-ups, Santana Salvador (285) came in fourth, Jordan Greene (120) placed fifth, and Chad Thompson (138) came in sixth.



Port Byron 69, Fabius Pompey 36: Grace Ford (three steals, four assists) and Ava Mills (three steals) both scored 14 for the Panthers. Jenna Mapley added nine points and six rebounds, while Skyler White (eight rebounds) and Brianna Debois (five rebounds) both scored eight points.

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