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Albion girls win to cap 10-0 N-O title season

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 10 October 2018 at 9:35 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Albion’s Kaitlyn Kinter looks to keep the ball away from Barker’s Kate Babcock during the host Purple Eagles win over the Lady Raiders this evening.

Getting goal production from six different players, Albion capped off a perfect 10-0 Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer championship campaign with a 7-0 Senior Night victory over visiting Barker this evening.

Albion built up a commanding 5-0 lead in the first half on 2 goals by Alexis Bentley and 1 each by Abby Scanlan, Brylie Hapeman and Kendall Derisley.

Mariah Plain, Paige Derisley, Kendall Derisley, Lexi Wolck and Nicolina Creasey took turns earning assists on those tallies.

The Purple Eagles closed out the win on second half goals by Wolck, off an assist from Alexis Creasey, and by Abbie Pappalardo, from Claire Squicciarini.

Albion, which is now 15-0 overall, closes out the regular season with a non league game against Keshequa at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Genesee Community College.

Albion’s Alexis Bentley works to get by Barker’s Lisbet Lopez Paz.

Akron 2, Roy-Hart 1
Akron  needed 2 late goals to edge past host Roy-Hart 2-1 this evening in another N-O finale.

Roy-Hart grabbed a 1-0 lead in the second half as Kara Choate scored off an assist from Mackenzie White.

However, Akron answered right back with a tying goal by Kara Sequin.

The Lady Tigers then claimed the win when Jenna Robnett scored with just two and a half minutes remaining.

Akron winds up the N-O season at 8-2 and Roy-Hart at 3-7.

Boys Soccer
Byron-Bergen/Elba 2, Holley 1
A pair of first half goals scored in a span of just five minutes, keyed Byron-Bergen /Elba to a 2-1 win over visiting Holley in a Genesee Region League game.

Matt Skehan scored Holley’s lone goal on a penalty kick in the second half.

Albion’s Chantel VanDeGenachte works to advance the ball up field towards teammate Lexi Wolck as Kaitlyn Rounds defends for Barker.


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