FULTON — The Fulton varsity swim team triumphed over Pulaski-Sandy Creek by a score of 110-54.
Bryce Rogers captured two individual event victories in the 200-yard freestyle (1:57.67) and the 500-yard freestyle (5:20.95). Gracie Dempsey was victorious in the 100-yard freestyle (1:08.06), and Riley Thompson swam to a winning time in the 100-yard backstroke (1:17.65). TJ Clayton grabbed a win in the 100-yard breaststroke (1:10.93).
The 200-yard medley relay team of Seth Godfrey, Mark Tallents, Clayton and Koji Burdic won with a combined time of 1:51.61. The 200-yard freestyle relay foursome of Tallents, Jaden Patterson, Burdic and Nate Archer compiled a winning time of 1:37.99.
In the 400-yard freestyle relay, Tallents, Clayton, Dawson Curtis and Rogers won in 3:43.46.
Weedsport 96, Oswego 74: The Oswego varsity boys swim team fell 96-74 to Weedsport.
Casey DeLapp and Jack Tonkin each won multiple individual events for the Buccaneers. DeLapp won the 200-yard individual medley (2:14.94) and the 100-yard breaststroke (1:09.61), while Tonkin was victorious in the 50-yard freestyle (26.02 seconds) and the diving event (229.9 points).
Oswego 4, Skaneateles 3: The Oswego varsity girls hockey team beat Skaneateles by a score of 4-3 on Senior Night.
Before the Lady Buccaneers’ matchup against the Lakers, seniors Julia Roman, Ashley Finch and Katherine Fierro were honored for their time with the program.
Mia Fierro, Nealy Pippin, Jordan Caroccio and Ashley St. John each scored a goal for Oswego. Fierro, Pippin, Kathleen Winchek and Hayley Hunter all provided an assist. Netminder Finch made 25 saves.
Fulton 3, Cortland 0: The Fulton varsity girls bowling team swept Cortland 3-0.
Lexi Ingersoll led the Lady Raiders with a 580 series. She had a game-high of 214.
Jaden Harrington tabbed a 550, with a game-high of 209. Miranda Laws chipped in a 526, while Addison Nichols had a 500.
Fulton 2, Cortland 1: The Fulton varsity boys bowling team won 2-1 over Cortland.
Josh Sokolic paced the Raiders with a 627 series. He had a game-high of 244.
Mitch Donaldson rolled a 603, which included a game-high of 213. Owen Sheldon tabbed a 597, with a game-high of 224. Mark Smith added a 528.
Fulton 61, Cortland 43: Jack Broderick poured in 21 points as the Fulton varsity boys basketball team beat Cortland, 61-43.
It was the Raiders’ sixth-consecutive victory.
“It was another hard-fought win for us tonight,” Fulton head coach Sean Broderick said.
The Raiders were clinging to a 21-20 lead at the half. In the third quarter, Fulton outscored Cortland 23-13 for a commanding 44-33 advantage. The Raiders then ignited a 17-11 run in the fourth quarter en route to the win.
Broderick scored 15 of his 21 points in the second half. Marcus Shepard chipped in 14 points, while Dominic Abbott added 10 points.
Westhill 74, Hannibal 41: Sam Aversa’s 22 points propelled the Westhill varsity boys basketball team to a 74-41 victory over Hannibal.
Westhill had a commanding 36-18 lead at the half and never looked back.
Jack Smith led Hannibal with 13 points. Kyle Dixon tossed in 10 points, and Dalton Scruton added six points.
J-D 93, Oswego 51: Gunther Schnorr dropped 22 points as the Jamesville-DeWitt varsity boys basketball team handed Oswego a 93-51 loss.
Mike Douglas scored 11 points for the Buccaneers. Garrett Besaw had 10 points, while Cole Pratt added nine points. Keyon Johnston contributed seven points.
Mexico 39, Jordan-Elbridge 26: The Mexico varsity girls basketball team topped Jordan-Elbridge, 39-26.
Brynn Wills led the Lady Tigers with 13 points. Briana Urquhart tossed in nine points, while Zianna Gorton and Anyssia Ingersoll each scored six points.
Cortland 44, Fulton 39: The Fulton varsity girls basketball team lost 44-39 to Cortland.
The Lady Tigers were clinging to a 26-19 lead at the half. In the third quarter, the Lady Raiders went on an 11-7 run to cut the deficit to 33-30. Fulton took a 39-37 lead in the fourth quarter, but Cortland went on a 7-0 spurt on a jumper and a slew of free throws to grab the victory.
Madison Gilmore finished with 11 points for the Lady Raiders. Joann Levea scored nine points, while Alena Wright added eight points.
J-D 58, Oswego 32: The Oswego varsity girls basketball team fell 58-32 to Jamesville-DeWitt.
The Lady Rams had a 27-14 lead at the break. J-D then overwhelmed the Lady Buccaneers with a 31-18 run in the second half.
“(J-D) played hard and pressured man-to-man and wore us out,” Oswego head coach Joe Babcock said. “We are not deep enough to play at a pace that our girls are trying to play at.”
Caitlin Lilly tossed in 11 points for Oswego. Hailey Babcock scored nine points, and Mary Culeton added eight points.