Albion outlasts Barker in 10 innings; Medina and Lyndonville score victories

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 11 May 2017 at 10:00 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Abby Bachman, left, delivers a pitch for Barker and Sierra Newton takes a throw at first base for Albion during this afternoon’s game at Barker which saw Albion claim a 10 inning victory.

Albion outlasted host Barker 9-8 in 10 innings and Medina romped to a 24-9 victory at Wilson in Niagara-Orleans League softball action this afternoon.

In the other N-O contest, Newfane (8-2) scored a key 7-6 victory over defending champion Akron (8-3) to move into a tie for first place with Roy-Hart (8-2).

Lyndonville bested Notre Dame 14-9 and Elba edged Kendall 4-2 in Genesee Region League games and Holley downed Lima Christian 15-10 in a non league contest.

Sierra Newton drove in the game winning run in the 10th inning for Albion with a sacrifice fly.

Earlier, the Purple Eagles had tied the game in the seventh inning on a two-run single by Paige Derisley.

Both teams scored once in the eighth, Albion on a single by Newton and Barker on a single by Kylie Miller.

Newton finished with a total of 4 hits, including 2 doubles, Isabella Prest 3 and Janae Doty and Lexi Wolck 2.

Alexis Stratton had 3 hits, including a double, and Sydnie Luckman 2 for Barker.

Albion finishes the N-O season at 3-9 while Barker is 1-10.

Medina 24, Wilson 9
A home run to open the game by Destiny Satkowski ignited Medina to a 24-9 win at Wilson as the Mustangs improve to 7-3.

Ashlee Howell had 4 hits, winning pitcher Emily Kams and Lacey Kenward 3 and Satkowski and Morgan Allis 2 for the Mustangs.  Kams’ hits included two doubles and a triple, Kenward’s a triple and Allis’ 2 doubles.

In the circle, Kams registered 10 strikeouts.

Anna Frerichs had a three-run homer, Jen Darlak a solo homer and Madeline Mocarski a three-run double for Wlson which slips to 3-9.

Lyndonville 14, Notre Dame 9
Two big scoring innings powered Lyndonville to a 14-9 win over host Notre Dame in a Genesee Region League game.

Lyndonville scored 6 runs in the fourth inning, highlighted by a triple by Aubrey Lewis, and 4 more in the fifth as Ella Lewis had a two-run double.

Aubrey Lewis, Bri Paniccia and Anna Lewis each finished with 3 hits and Alecia Hinkson 2 for Lyndonville which improves to 8-1 in the league and 8-2 overall.

Holley 15, Lima Christian 10

Jocelyn Chilton had 4 hits, Maddie Papaj 3 and Julisnna Drewry a two-run double which highlighted a big seven run third inning to spark Holley past Lima Christian.  Madison Marsh registered 6 strikeouts in the circle for her first varsity win.