OSWEGO — The Oswego 18-and-under boys hockey team hosted the 32nd annual John “Maggie” Mulkerin Tournament at Anthony J. Crisafulli rink this past weekend.

The Buccaneers went 3-2 at the tournament. The team defeated Camillus (4-0), Corning (9-1) and Brockville (4-2) — but fell to Watertown of Connecticut (5-0) and South Grenville (10-1).

The Oswego Minor Hockey Association wants to give special thanks to the Mulkerin family, J&A Mechanical, Local 73 Plumbers and Steamfitters Union, Oswego High School National Honor Society students, SUNY Oswego student volunteers, coach Ed Gosek and the Oswego State men’s hockey team, Oswego State Phi Sif Sorority students, Step One Creative, Oswego Speedway, Eagle Beverage, Great Lakes Recycling and Redemption and city of Oswego workers for their contributions to the tournament.

Oswego 4, Camillus 0: Nick Burnett notched two goals in the shutout win for Oswego.

Mitchell Grimshaw and Joseph Galvagno both scored a goal for the Bucs. Dylan Reitz provided two assists, while Kaeden Livesey, Spencer Stepien, Cole Broadwell, Aiden Caroccio, JJ Harter and Matt Conzone all had an assist.

Oswego 9, Corning 1: Aidan Taylor mustered a three-goal hat trick in the Bucs’ victory.

Alex Vescio tallied two goals, and Cole Broadwell, JJ Harter, Matt Conzone and Dylan Reitz had a goal apiece. Reitz also had three assists, while Vescio and Aiden Caroccio both provided two assists. Austin Carroll, Mitchell Grimshaw and Derek Sabatini each contributed an assist.

Oswego 4, Brockville 2: Nick Burnett and Joseph Galvagno each tabbed a goal and an assist in the win for Oswego.

Colin Beers and Cole Broadwell both slapped in a goal for the Bucs. Dylan Reitz and JJ Harter provided assists.

South Grenville 10, Oswego 1: Joseph Galvagno scored the lone goal of the game for Oswego. JJ Harter helped out with an assist.

Watertown 5, Oswego 0: (Stats were not available for this game).

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