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Loyola's Hannah Powers drives to the net against Syracuse at the Carrier Dome on Feb. 14, 2016.

A pair of former Skaneateles girls lacrosse players are set for a showdown.

Hannah Powers and Loyola women's lacrosse picked up a win Friday and will take on Kyla Sears and host Princeton in the second round of the NCAA tournament Sunday.

Powers tallied five goals and four assists in Loyola's 19-6 rout of Richmond Friday. The senior added six draw controls.

On the same field shortly after, Kyla Sears registered a pair of goals and assists for the Tigers in Princeton's 19-7 win over Wagner. The sophomore added a ground ball and one caused turnover.

Sears and Princeton take on Powers and Loyola at 1 p.m. Sunday.

Seeing two of her top athletes doing well in the NCAA tournament wasn't lost on Skaneateles coach Bridget Marquardt.

"It's awesome," Marquardt said after her team's win over rival Marcellus Friday night. "We have the MVP of the Ivy League Tournament in Kyla Sears and the MVP of the Patriot League Tournament in Hannah Powers. It's great because they're going to come back, and the little girls see them, and they'll give back and coach. It just shows all that hard work makes you successful. ... I'm so proud of them."

Division II Women's Lacrosse

East Stroudsburg 12, Mercyhurst 8: Two Auburn graduates had multiple points, but the Lakers fell in the first round.

Lacey Netti had two goals and three assists, while Julia Rescott added three goals and one helper for Mercyhurst.

Le Moyne 17, Mercy College 7: The Dolphins advance to play either Adelphi or LIU Post on Sunday at Noon.

Former Skaneateles goalie Emily Baldwin dressed but did not play for Le Moyne.

COMING ON SATURDAY

Division I Men's

Syracuse vs. Loyola, Noon

Army (head coach Joe Alberici from Auburn) vs. Penn, 5 p.m.

Division II Men's

Le Moyne (Auburn's Dan Entenmann, Kaiden Tubbert) vs. Mercy, Noon

Division III Men's

St. John Fisher (Jordan-Elbridge's Zach Wagner and Nick Hallinan, Skaneateles' Tyler Priest) vs. Williams College, 1 p.m.

Division III Women's

Ithaca (Skaneateles' Bailey Herr) vs. Meredith, 1 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

BASEBALL

Auburn 2, Oswego 1: Brendan Williams held Oswego to one run and one hit over 6 2/3 innings pitched in a 13-strikeout effort to league the Maroons to the win.

Jacob Sanders came in and recorded the final out for the save.

Ryan Birchard went 2-for-3 with a run scored, while Mark Locastro (run), Logan Murphy, Austin Black, Ryan Stewart and Williams also picked up one hit each. Sanders had Auburn's lone RBI.

Auburn (7-5) hosts Fulton on Monday.

BOYS LACROSSE

Westhill 15, Jordan-Elbridge 3: Wade Brunelle recorded all three goals for the Eagles, and Luke Pinckney picked up two assists. Steve Tripp was the leader in the cage with seven saves.

Jordan-Elbridge (7-8) wraps up its regular season Tuesday against Tully.

FROM THURSDAY

BASEBALL

Port Byron/Union Springs 12, Tully 0: Caleb Roden led the offense with three hits, including a double and a pair of RBI.

Zack Nickerson added a pair of hits with four runs and a RBI. Ryan Bailey (two runs), Jake McNabb, Kyle Bailey (two runs), Alex Cusick, Ben Longyear and Kody Kurtz each had a hit.

Nickerson hurled five shutout innings to pick up the win.

The Panthers host Lansing on Saturday. 

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

Oswego 74.5, Auburn 67.5; Fulton 78, Auburn 63: Quesharr Bowman came in first in the long jump (18-3.5) and the triple jump (34-3), James Cuddy took the 3200m run (10:24.3), and Devante Strachan won the discus throw (110-0).

Jimmy Vasile, Cuddy, Billy Liccion and Brian Rhoads won the 4x800m relay (8:59).

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