Albion booters tie in OT

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 30 September 2013 at 12:00 am

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – CLOSE CONTEST: Albion’s Dakoda Henhawk (15) drives the ball upfield against Wilson defender Reilly O’Lay (17) during this evening’s double overtime tie between the host Purple Eagles and the Lakemen.

Neither team could find the net in 100 minutes of action as Albion and visiting Wilson battled to a 0-0 double overtime tie this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League boys soccer game.

Chase Hall, who earned the shut out in goal for Albion, came up with a big save in the final half minute of the second overtime period to preserve the tie.

Albion is now 1-4-1 and Wilson 0-6-1 in N-O action.

Akron 5, CSAT 1
Chris Mayrose scored two goals to lead the way as front-running Akron (8-0) defeated host CSAT 2-6) 5-1.

Newfane 5, Roy-Hart 1
Chad Gilson netted two goals and Patrick Eadie, Skyler Mauer and Mike Lekanka one each as Newfane (6-1-) downed Roy-Hart (3-4-1) 5-1 to stay in the title hunt.

David Brooks scored Roy-Hart’s goal off an assist from Alex Stoddard.

Girls Soccer

Holley 2, Wheatland-Chili 1
A goal early in the second half by Riley Sanger, off an assist from Emily Pearson, snapped a 1-1 tie and earned Holley a 2-1 victory over visiting Wheatland-Chili this evening in a Genesee Region League game.

Sarah Wharram scored for Holley in the first half on a rebound off an initial shot by Sanger.

The win improves Holley’s G-R record to 4-2-3.

In another G-R contest, host Byron-Bergen blanked visting Lyndonville 7-0 to improve to 7-0-2.


Medina, Roy-Hart split
Gage Masters shot 43 and Mike Cardone 48 for Medina as the Mustangs split 1-1 with Roy-Hart this afternoon in a N-O match at Shelridge.

Faye Conley shot 48 for Roy-Hart.

Medina finishes the regular season at 5–7-2 while Roy-Hart is now 2-9-2.

Barker 221, Akron 239
Front-running Barker completed a near perfect 13-0-1 regular season with a 221-239 victory over Akron (8-2-4) as Alonzo St. Louis shot 41, Mitch Luckman 42 and Brad Wilson 43.

Noah Diebel led Akron with a 43.

Albion 242, Wilson 245
John Krieger earned medalist honors with a 42 and Connor Barleben shot 43 to lead Albion (5-8) past Wilson (9-4-1) 242-245.