Albion girls shutout Medina

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 14 October 2015 at 12:00 am

Wilson claims N-O title outright as Akron tops Newfane

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Albion’s Brylie Hapeman drives by Medina’s Morgan Roach during the Purple Eagles win over the Mustangs this afternoon at Vets Park.

Finishing the league campaign at the .500 mark of 7-7, Albion blanked host Medina (4-8-2) 2-0 this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer game.

In other N-O action, Wilson used the combination of a 12-0 win over Barker with Akron’s 2-1 victory over Newfane to claim sole possession of a fourth straight league championship. Wilson finishes at 13-1, a game ahead of 12-2 Newfane as Akron winds up in third place at 10-3-1.

Medina’s Ally Bensley battles for control of the ball with Albion’s Natalie DiCureia.

Vivian Rivers scored what proved to be the game winning goal for Albion eight minutes into the first half.

It remained a tight 1-0 contest until Mikayla Yaskulski scored for the Purple Eagles with just 4:19 remaining in the second half.

Isabella Prest earned the shutout in goal for Albion making 2 saves.

Albion’s Vivian Rivers readies to drive the ball up field against Medina’s Olivia Carter.

Kayla Neumann scored three goals and Jenn Darlak two to lead the way for Wilson as Julia Seider and Morgan Faery each netted their first goal of the season.

Emily Winney had a goal and an an assist and Leah Czechowski a goal to lead Akron to the win which knocked Newfane out of a share of the title.

Roy-Hart 8, CSAT 1

Emma Lindke and Amber Villella each scored 3 goals to lead Roy-Hart (6-7-1) past CSAT (1-13) 8-1.

Ellie Todd and Kayla Brown also each had a goal and Ava Bligh 2 assists for the Lady Rams.

Holley 1, Attica 0 OT

Anne Jewell scored off an assist from Heather Winkley in the second overtime period to earn Holley a 1-0 victory over visiting Attica in a Genesee Region League game.

Madison Papaj made 4 saves to earn the shutout in goal for the Lady Hawks.