Albion girls post win over Medina

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 31 January 2014 at 12:00 am

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Justce Nauden scored 18 for Albion this evening in a home court victory over rival Medina.

Improving to 8-3, Albion posted a 47-22 victory over visiting rival Medina this evening in a Niagara-Orleans League girls basketball game.

Justice Nauden scored a game high 18 points to lead the way for Albion. Kelsee Soule added 9, Sarah Metzler 8, Jessica Raglan 5, Chanyce Powell 4, Jayne Bannister 2 and Mandy Covis 1 for the Purple Eagles.

Taylor Miller led Medina with 13 as Molley Gross netted 5, Emily Kams 3 and Nicole Blount 1.

Getting 6 points from Nauden and 4 from Soule, Albion jumped out to a 15-7 first quarter lead.

The Purple Eagles went on to lead by margins of 26-9 at the half and 36-12 at the three-quarter mark.

The loss drops Medina to 1-10.

CSAT 59, Barker 48
A 21-9 fourth quarter scoring edge earned CSAT (5-6) a 59-48 victory over visiting Barker (4-7).

Julia Atwater and Olivia Denny each scored 10 points for Barker as Melissa Grosshans added 9 and Caitlyn Mason 8.

Wilson 43, Akron 28
Jumping out to a 23-11 half-time advantage, undefeated (10-0) defending champion Wilson went on to defeat visiting Akron (4-6) 43-28.

Emily Lasher had a game high 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Wilson as Allie Bubar added 9 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals; Dana Smith 6 points and 6 rebounds and Kaylee Stoelting 8 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists.

Newfane 47, Roy-Hart 32
Trailing 21-20 at the half, Newfane (9-2) used a big 27-11 second half scoring surge to earn a 47-32 victory over Roy-Hart (2-9).

Marlo MacFarlane had 15 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 blocks to lead the way for Newfane.

Wheatland-Chili 50, Lyndonville 45
Rebounding from a 21-16 half-time deficit, Wheatland-Chili rallied to edge host Lyndonville 50-45 in a Genesee Region League game.

W-C rallied into a 33-31 lead after three-quarters and then used a 17-14 scoring edge down the stretch to earn the narrow win.

Jenna Castricone scored 14, Alyssa Mahnke 12 and Rebekah Hoffee 9 to lead Lyndonville.

Pembroke 38, Holley 29
Down 19-15 at the half, Pembroke rallied to outscore Holley 23-10 in the second half to claim the 38-29 G-R victory.

Nicole Blackburn had 18 points and 4 rebounds, Sam Barniak 7 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists and Jade Underwood 10 rebounds and 4 points for Holley on the evening which was the Lady Hawks second annual Fight Against Cancer fund raising event.