Albion, Roy-Hart girls post wins
Wilson downs Medina
Regaining the .500 mark at 2-2, Albion bested host Barker 50-31 this evening in a Niagara-Orleans League girls basketball game.
In other N-O action, Roy-Hart snapped a season opening three league game losing streak by defeating Akron 38-33, defending champion Wilson downed visiting Medina 59-35 to go to 4-0 and Newfane bested CSAT 41-30 to also improve to 4-0.
Chanyce Powell scored 18, Sierra Newton 12, Caitlynn Snook 10 and Emily Blanchard 6 to lead the way for Albion. Newton also grabbed off 12 rebounds and Snook 9.
Caitlyn Mason scored 19 for Barker as Haley Brown and Lindsey Williams both added 5.
Leading 28-14 at the half, Albion used a 16-7 third period scoring edge to put a lock on the win. Snook netted 8 during that stretch as the Purple Eagles moved out to a 44-21 advantage.
Roy-Hart 38, Akron 33
Roy-Hart made a sizzling 16 of 17 from the free throw line, including 8 of 9 in the final quarter, to key a 38-33 victory over Akron.
Emma Lindke scored 11, Ellie Todd 9, Delany Draper 6, Reilly Albee 5 and Skyer Christopher 4 for Roy-Hart which led 21-18 at the half.
Draper hit a jumper and made two free throws down the stretch to help lock up the Lady Rams victory.
Wilson 59, Medina 35
Roaring out to leads of 16-2 after one period and 35-9 at the half, Wilson went on to down Medina 59-35.
Serina Jager scored 14, Kayla Neumann 13 and Rachel Senek 9 to lead the way for Wilson. Jaeger also had 8 steals and 8 rebounds, Neumann 7 steals and 6 assists and Senek 5 assists.
Holly Heil had 10 points and 10 steals for Medina as Molly Gross netted 8 points and Allison Bensley 7.
Newfane 41, CSAT 30
Emily Fotlz scored 15 and Paige Emborsky 14 to set the pace for Newfane which used a 12-5 third period scoring edge to snap a 19-19 half-time deadlock and key a 41-30 win over CSAT.
Newfane 4-0, Wilson 4-0, Albion 2-2, Barker 2-2, Medina 2-2, CSAT 1-3, Roy-Hart 1-3, Akron 0-4.
In Genesee Region League action, Attica defeated Lyndonville 41-21 and Wheatland-Chili downed Holley 47-6 while on Monday night Alexander topped Kendall 60-30.
Makenzie Muck had 10 points and 8 rebounds for Lyndonville and Taylor ReQua had 15 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists for Kendall.