Albion booters roll in N-O opener

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 3 September 2013 at 12:00 am

Newfane tops Medina

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – SEASON OPENER – Hannah Adams (5) of Medina drives the ball up field against Newfane’s Allison Duhow (15) during this afternoon’s Niagara-Orleans League season opener at Vets Park which was won by the visiting Lady Panthers.

Scoring five goals in each half, Albion rolled to a 10-0 victory over visiting CSAT this afternoon in the Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer season opener.

In the other N-O openers, Newfane blanked host Medina 6-0, Akron shut-out Roy-Hart 6-0 at Gasport and Wilson blanked host Barker 5-0.

In Genesee Region League action, Lyndonville dropped a narrow 2-1 decision at Wheatland-Chili.

Mariah Elsenheimer scored five goals to lead the Albion attack. Abby Squicciarini added two as Ally Page, Kayla Doyle and Emily Blanchard each chipped in with one.

Justice Nauden and Ellen Narburgh shared in earning the shut-out in goal.

Albion grabbed a quick 2-0 lead in the first seven minutes on goals by Squicciarini and Page.

Elsenheimer then netted three in a row, two coming off assists from Page and Kendall Piccirilli, to make it 5-0 at the break.

Doyle scored from Blanchard and then Blanchard tallied from Doyle to get Albion rolling again in the second half.

Blanchard then also assisted on goals by Squicciarini and Elsenheimer and Piccirilli on another tally by Elsenheimer.

Newfane 6, Medina 0
Savannah Jonathan scored four goals, two in each half, to spark Newfane to a 6-0 victory over Medina at Vets Park.

Sophie Connor and Kayle Heschke also scored in the first half for Newfane which led 4-0 at the break.

Akron 6, Roy-Hart 0
Erica Papke and Cailin Regan each scored two goals to key Akron to the 6-0 victory over Roy-Hart.

Wilson 5, Barker 0
Holly Rudolph scored two goals and Marina Muth, Rebekah Blasins and Emily Paterson one each to lead defending champion Wilson past Barker 5-0. Katlynne Tubo earned the shut-out in goal.

Wheatland-Chili 2, Lyndonville 1
Lyndonville jumped out to a 1-0 lead as Gabby Dusett scored from Autumn Nesbitt, but Wheatland-Chili answered with two goals before the end of the first half to earn the narrow 2-1 victory.

Boys Soccer

Kendall 7, Pembroke 1
Kendall opened G-R boys soccer competition with a 7-1 romp over host Pembroke.

Alex Sutphen scored three goals and Will Condo two to lead the Eagles as Riley Iqbal and Sage Summers each added one.