What caught my eye: Who’s got the rhythm? Not ‘Cuse

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Cornell Women’s Hockey stomps Harvard 6-0

Sophomore Maddie Mills led the way for the Big Red with a hat-trick which she finished off in the second period of the game. Mills’ third goal of the game was a short-handed goal that was assisted on by Kristin O’Neill. The two scorers create one of the deadlier duos in all of college hockey.

Syracuse tops Pittsburgh despite free throw problems

Jim Boeheim’s squad seemed to forget how to shoot the basic shots while feeling hot from beyond the arc in last weekend’s game win over Pittsburgh. If this Syracuse team wants to be respected and prove that the upset of number one Duke wasn’t a fluke, they need to shoot better than 12 of 23 from the free throw line. In a close game against a better opponent, the Orange lose the game when leaving that many points on the table.


Newfield’s Humble and Boykin lead the way against Southern Cayuga

The early season questions are distant memories for the Newfield Boy’s Basketball team after another offensive showcase from Jacob Humble (22 points) and LaRon Boykin (20 points) in the Trojans’ 74-65 win over Southern Cayuga. Newfield is looking like the same old team that will be a team to beat as the postseason gets closer.


Hear Mark Shelley regularly with Nick Karski on Between the Lines, from 5 to 6 p.m., on ESPN Ithaca at 107.1 FM/1160 AM. Did we miss something? Contact Mark Shelley at MarkS@VizellaMedia.com.

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