The No.2 Genesee Community College men's lacrosse team scored the first nine goals of the game on Wednesday night to roll past the visiting Hornets of Broome Community College by a final score of 20-4.
Cameron Seneca scored three first quarter goals to help GCC to a 7-0 lead after one.
Jonathan Gill scored two of his four first half goals in the second quarter and the Cougars did not allow Broome to score until the 8:40 mark of the second frame. GCC led 12-2 at the break.
Genesee scored five times in the third quarter, including two goals from Chris Rabung, and allowed only one Hornets goal to increase its lead to 17-3 after three.
Rabung rounded out the scoring at the 7:14 mark of the fourth quarter, following goals from Blake Hurt and Saxon Weil, who also scored three times on the night, and Genesee cruised to its 12th win of the season.
Gill led the offense and added two assists to his four goals, Weil added two assists to his three goals, Rabung finished with three goals and an assist, Christian Reiller had three assists on the night and Charlie Evans, Tyler Meegan and Doug Ellsworth all had a goal and an assist.
Evans was 9-12 on face-offs, Mike Tolli was 5-6 and Mike Breindel was 5-9.
Brady Lawrence made two saves in 30-minutes of work it net, Craig Seneca made one save in 15-minutes and Mark Pucek made five saves in 15-minutes of play.
Pete DiLaura led the defense with five takeaways and seven ground balls and Tyler Skowronski had five takeaways.
Genesee improves to 12-1 overall on the season and will host Finger Lakes Community College in their final regular season home game on Saturday night at 7 p.m.