Albion, Medina booters earn N-O wins
Lyndonville, Holley, Kendall score G-R victories
Albion and Medina both scored home field victories today in Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer competition.
Lyndonville, Holley and Kendall likewise all scored victories in Genesee Region League action.
Albion defeated visiting Roy-Hart 3-1 this evening while Medina blanked CSAT 5-0 this afternoon at Vets Park.
In the G-R, Lyndonville defeated visiting Elba 4-1, Holley upended visiting Byron-Bergen 2-0 and Kendall shut out host Pembroke 4-0.
Albion 3, Roy-Hart 1
Albion took the lead for good as Abby Squicciarini scored two goals in the first 11 minutes, the second off an assist from Mariah Elsenheimer.
Roy-Hart did cut the deficit to 2-1 before half-time on a goal by Mellissa Zakrewski but the Lady Rams could not dent the net again.
Squicciarini added an insurance tally for the Purple Eagles just three minutes into the second half off an assist from Kayla Doyle.
Albion improves to 8-3 and Roy-Hart slips to 4-7.
Medina 5, CSAT 0
Medina jumped out to a 3-0 half-time advantage over CSAT on goals by Taylor Millier, Emilee Austin and Destiny Szatkowski.
Miller and Austin also scored goals in the second half to put a lock on the Mustangs victory.
Medina is now 4-7 and CSAT 1-10.
Lyndonville 4, Elba 1
LYNDONVILLE – Alyssa Mahnke scored three goals and Katie Albone one to lead Lyndonville past Elba.
Albone, Rahel Kiefer, Gabby Dusett and goalie Jenna Castricone each had an assist.
Lyndonville improves to 4-8 in the league and 5-8 overall.
Holley 2, Byron-Bergen 0
HOLLEY – Nicole Mauro scored two quick goals for Holley in the first six minutes, off assists from Luca Fahmer and Riley Sanger, to spark the Lady Hawks to a 2-0 upset victory over Byron-Bergen which slips to 8-1-2.
Jade Underwood made six saves to earn the shut out in goal for the Lady Hawks.
Kendall 4, Pembroke 0
PEMBROKE – Maya Rutland and Taylor ReQua each had two goals and an assist to lead Kendall past Pembroke 4-0 as the Lady Eagles improve to 9-1-2.
Kari Hurlbutt earned the shut out in goal for the Lady Eagles.
Wilson 1, Akron 1
AKRON – Front-running Wilson held onto the N-O lead by settling for a 1-1 tie against runner-up Akron.
Angela Goodman scored for Wilson and Paige Busacglia for Akron, both in the second half, as neither team could find the net in two overtime periods.
Wilson is now 9-0-2 and Akron 9-1-1.
Third place Newfane (7-3-1) blanked Barker (0-11) 5-0.