CORTLAND — The Oswego varsity boys hockey team beat Cortland-Homer by a score of 4-3.
Brayden Miller led the Buccaneers with two goals, while Nick Burnett and Jacob Lenahan both chipped in one. Tyler O’Grady provided two assists, and Adam Michalski, Jack Rice, Lenahan and Marcus Baker helped out with one apiece. Goaltender Brandon Demling made 26 saves.
Fulton 65, Fowler 51: Jack Broderick’s 23 points propelled the Fulton varsity boys basketball team to a 65-51 victory over Fowler.
“It was a real good league win for us,” Fulton coach Sean Broderick said.
Broderick was a perfect 6-of-6 from the free-throw line. Anthony Bennett chipped in 14 points, and Marcus Shepard scored 10 points. Cyrus Trude added nine points.
The Raiders jumped to a 20-10 lead following the first quarter. Fulton went on a slight 14-12 dash in the second to take a 34-22 lead at the half. In the third, the Raiders outscored the Falcons, 20-12, to go up 54-34. Fowler went on a 17-11 run in the fourth, but Fulton’s advantage was too much to overcome.
Hannibal/Cato-Meridian 63, APW/Pulaski 17: The Hannibal/Cato-Meridian varsity wrestling team topped APW/Pulaski, 63-17.
Recording pins for the Warriors were Jack Lamson at 106 pounds (1:29), Jayden Otis at 152 (4:47), Zach Housel at 160 (1:27), Ethan Scanlon at 182 (1:03), Ethan Thibault at 195 (1:13) and Santana Salvador at 285 (1:32). Mathias Alton at 138 won by decision (8-6).
For APW/Pulaski, Carlton Alder at 120 (5:25) and Conner Shaw at 145 (3:06) each won by fall.
Ben Alton (113), Hunter White (126), Tyler Murray (132) and Anthony Crofoot (220) won by forfeit for Hannibal/Cato-Meridian. Jaiden Harrington (170) won by forfeit for APW/Pulaski.
C-NS 69, Oswego 15: The Oswego varsity wrestling team fell 69-15 to Cicero-North Syracuse.
Jacob Garcia at 152 (:30) and Christian Kerfien at 182 (1:49) each won by fall, and Logan Mathews at 160 grabbed a 4-0 decision for the Buccaneers.
Westhill 55, Hannibal 21: The Hannibal varsity girls basketball team lost 55-21 to Westhill.
Westhill had a 32-14 lead at the half and never looked back.
Julia Shortslef finished with 10 points for the Lady Warriors. Alyssa Emmons added five points.