CSAT girls rally past Medina
Roy-Hart trims Barker
Trailing 29-20 after three quarters, CSAT put together a big 19-9 fourth period scoring surge to nip host Medina 39-38 this evening to close out the Niagara-Orleans League girls basketball lseason.
Dashanique Lowert ignited CSAT’s comeback by scoring 11 of her 16 points, including two threes, over the first three and a half minutes of the decisive fourth quarter rally the Eagles back to within two, 33-31.
Medina did still hold a 37-33 lead with 1:45 remaining after a layup by Molley Gross but CSAT rallied with a key 6-0 run to claim the win. Back-to-back layups off turnovers by Surenaty Davis-Patterson keyed that run. She finished with 12.
Gross scored 12, Je’ne Brown 9, Emily Kams 8, Maddie Williams 7 and Holly Heil 2 for Medina which led 11-7 after one quarter and 17-16 at the half.
Two jumpers by Kams followed by a late layup by Heil gave the Mustangs the slender half-time lead.
The Mustangs built the lead to nine, 29-20, at the three-quarter mark as Brown had two buckets, Williams a three and Kams and Gross layups during the third quarter.
However, CSAT outscored Medina by 10 down the stretch to claim the win.
CSAT finishes the N-O season at 9-5 and Medina at 7-7.
Roy-Hart 61, Barker 56
A big 23-9 second period scoring edge keyed Roy-Hart to a 61-56 victory at Barker as the Lady Rams avenged an earlier season 41-34 loss to the Lady Raiders.
Emma Lindke scored 10 of her game high 22 points to lead that uprising as the Lady Rams took a 36-24 lead at the half.
Ellie Todd and Ava Bligh both added 9 points and Reilly Albee and Skyler Christopher 6 each for the Lady Rams.
Christopher also grabbed off 11 rebounds and Lindke 10.
Lindsey Williams scored 18, Caitylnn Mason 15, Haley Brown 8 and Lydia Dewart 7 for Barker.
Williams scored 9 in the final period as Barker battled back to within two but could not pull even.
Roy-Hart and Barker both finish the N-O season at 3-11.
Wilson 14-0, Newfane 11-3, CSAT 9-5, Medina 7-7, Albion 6-7, Barker 3-11, Roy-Hart 3-11, Akron 2-11.
Friday’s Game: Albion at Akron, 5 p.m.