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CSAT girls top Medina; Albion and Barker post wins

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 5 November 2013 at 12:00 am

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Medina’s Emily Kams (5) brings the ball up court against CSAT’s Chelsea Carrier (2) during the Mustangs home court loss this evening.

Jumping out to a 13-4 first half lead, CSAT went on to defeat host Medina 37-22 this evening in a Niagara-Orleans League girls basketball game.

In other N-O action, Albion defeated host Akron 43-35, Barker downed visiting Roy-Hart 48-32 and defending champion Wilson bested rival Newfane 54-42 in a key battle of unbeatens.

Molley Gross had 7 points, Emily Kams 6, Maddy Winters 4 and Rowan Hamner and Nicole Blount 2 each for Medina which managed just one field goal in each of the first two periods.

CSAT is now 3-3 and Medina 0-7.

Medina’s Nicole Blount (4) looks to shoot against CSAT’s Surenaty Davis-Patterson (4).

Albion 43, Akron 35

Justice Nauden poured in a game high 23 points to lead Albion past Akron 43-35 as Chanyce Powell added 9, Jessica Raglan 5 and Mandi Covis 4.

Albion held leads of 11-4 after one period, 22-16 at the half and 34-24 at the three-quarter mark. Nauden, who also had 4 steals and 4 assists, scored 10 in the third period.

Albion improves to 5-2 and Akron slips to 3-3.

Barker 48, Roy-Hart 32

Melissa Grosshans scored a game high 20 points, including 5 threes, and Caitlyn Mason added 11 to lead Barker (2-4) to a 48-32 victory over Roy-Hart (1-6).

Lindsey Williams added 8 and Kelsie Flegal and Courtney Bodine 4 each for the Lady Raiders which led 12-6 after one quarter, 26-10 at the half and 32-24 at the three-quarter mark.

Emma Lindke scored 12 and Taylor Fry 11 for Roy-Hart.

Wilson 54, Newfane 42

Wilson used a 15-4 third period scoring surge to key a 54-42 win over Newfane and remain unbeaten at 5-0.

Kayla Neumann scored 16, Rachel Senek 11 and Serina Jager 10 to lead the way for Wilson which held a narrow 28-25 lead at the half.

Paige Emborsky scored 14 for Newfane which is now 6-1.