Albion girls best Lyndonville; Barker wins

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 12 December 2018 at 9:42 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Albion’s Lexi Wolck puts up a layup as Jenahlee Reimer and Savannah Poler defend for Lyndonville during the host Purple Eagles win over the Lady Tigers this evening.

Getting point production from nine different players, Albion rolled to a 53-13 victory over visiting Lyndonville this evening in a non league girls basketball game.

Brylie Hapeman and Kendall Derisley each scored 9 points to lead Albion’s balanced attack as Lexi Wolck added 8, Paige Derisley and Honesty Little 6, Sarah Gregori 5, Tess Pettit and Natalie Lathrop 4 and Sydney Mulka 2.

Lyndonville’s Prezli Silversmith tries to get by Albion defender Kirsten Struble.

Alecia Hinkson scored 5, Anna Lewis 4 and Prezli Silversmith and Jenahlee Reimer 2 for Lyndonville.

Kendall Derisley scored 7, including a three, and Hapeman 4 in the opening period to spark Albion out to a 13-4 lead.

Six different players then contributed baskets in the second period as the Purple Eagles increased their advantage to 25-6 at the half.

Threes by Hapeman and Gregori highlighted the third period which ended with Albion up 39-10.

Albion is now 2-3 and Lyndonville 3-3.

Barker 34, Kendall 28
Sydnie Luckman scored 9, Serena Harris 8, Rachel Parfinski 7 and Gabby Baker 5 to lead Barker to its first win in four starts, a 34-28 non league victory over visiting Kendall.

Brittney Marks scored 12, Lizzie Sutphen 6 and Jenna Regan 4 for Kendall which is also 1-3.

Barker led 14-13 at the half.

Oakfield-Alabama 64, Holley 33

Oakfield-Alabama downed Holley 64-33 in a Genesee Region League game as Brianna Smith scored 26.

Madison Marsh scored 16 and Olivia Radford 12 for Holley.