Akron booters trim Medina/Lyndonville

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 14 October 2020 at 9:41 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Medina/Lyndonville’s Nate Dillenbeck goes over Akron goalie Sean Brennan and puts a crossing pass toward the goal. His teammate Dan Mundujano goes after the ball for the Mustangs as Jashua Mazza moves in to defend for the Tigers. Mandujano did score on the play but the goal was disallowed by an off sides call. The action took place during this evening’s Niagara-Orleans League game at Vets Park.

Improving to 3-1, Akron bested Medina/Lyndonville 3-2 in a Niagara-Orleans League boys soccer game this evening at Vets Park.

Breaking away from a 1-1 half-time deadlock, Akron opened up a 3-1 second half lead on goals by Travis Fry and Caleb Suckow on a penalty kick.

The Mustangs cut the deficit to 3-2 on a penalty kick goal by Nate Dillenbeck but could not net the equalizer.

Medina/Lyndonville grabbed a 1-0 lead midway through the first half on a goal by Dan Mandujano but Akron knotted the contest with two minutes to go in the half on a goal by Fry.

The Mustangs had an earlier goal disallowed on an offsides call and also had one shot rattle off the cross bar and another off the post in the opening half.

Medina/Lyndonville, which is now 0-3 in N-O action next visits Albion at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

Roy-Hart 4, Newfane 3

Jumping out to a 3-0 first half lead, Roy-Hart held on to defeat host Newfane 4-3 in a key N-O contest.

The Rams improve to 3-1 while the Panthers slip to 2-2.

Trent Choate, Aidan Bligh and Eli Giroux scored in the first half to give R-H the big lead.

A second half goal by Aiden Guild then provided the margin of victory for the Rams.

Goals by Jeremy Foltz and Trevor Heschke ignited Newfane’s second half comeback bid.

Wilson 2, Albion 0

Front-running Wilson improved to 3-0 with a 2-0 home field win over Albion as both Lakemen goals came within a span of a minute midway through the first half.

The Lakemen scored on an own goal at 28:59 and then on a goal by Owen Cloy at 27:37.

The loss drops Albion to 0-4.

Alex Barry of the Mustangs works to take the ball away from Akron’s Sean O’Shaughnessy.