Fast start lifts Wilson booters past Albion; Newfane downs Medina

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 5 September 2014 at 12:00 am

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Albion’s Mariah Elsenheimer drives the ball up field against Wilson’s Gina Goodwin during this afternoon’s game at Albion which was won by Wilson.

A lightning quick goal in the opening seconds sparked defending champion Wilson to a 3-1 victory over host Albion this afternoon in a key early season Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer game.

In other N-O action, Newfane blanked host Medina 6-0 and Roy-Hart shutout Barker 9-0.

Emily Patterson put Wilson on top to stay with a goal just 16 seconds into the game. She then scored again less than eight minutes later to boost the lead to 2-0.

Albion did cut the deficit to 2-1 on a goal by Ally Page with 15 minutes to go in the second half but could not pull even.

Wilson finally put a lock on the game when Kayla Neumann scored with seven minutes remaining.

Wilson improves to 2-0 while Albion slips to 1-1.

Newfane 6, Medina 0
Newfane grabbed a 2-0 first half advantage over Medina on goals by Kaylee Heschke and Addy Burns.

The Lady Panthers then broke the contest wide open with four second half tallies by Emily Foltz, Erica Flagler, Allison Duhow and Brianna Heers.

Newfane is now 2-0 and Medina 1-1.

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Medina’s Kayla Leno works to advance the ball against Newfane’s Kayleigh Daniels during this afternoon’s game at Vets Park won by the visiting Lady Panthers.

Roy-Hart 9, Barker 0
Emma Lindke scored 4 goals and Amber Villella 3 to set the pace for Roy-hart which also got solo tallies from Hannah Rausch and Ashley Bower.

Roy-Hart is now 1-1 and Barker 0-2.

Byron-Bergen 5, Holley 1
In one Genesee Region League game Byron-Bergen defeated host Holley 5-1.

Lindsey Lovell scored three goals to lead Byron-Bergen while Annie Jewell netted the lone Holley goal.

Boys Soccer

Kendall 5, Webster Christian 3
Kendall bested Webster Christian 5-3 this evening in the semifinals of the Sodus Tournament.

Mookie Nauden scored two goals in the first half for Kendall off assists from Riley Iqbal and Jake Adams.

Adams then scored two goals and Zach Vogt one in the second half to lock up the victory for Kendall which will play in the title game at 7 p.m. Saturday.