Fast start powers R-H girls past Medina
Newfane nips Albion in overtime
Taking charge with a big first quarter scoring surge, Roy-Hart went on to defeat host Medina 58-43 this evening in a Niagara-Orleans League girls basketball game.
Roy-Hart raced out to a commanding 22-4 first quarter lead as Emma Lindke and Rielly Albee both scored 6, Taylor Fry 4 and Kendra Hill and Rachel Rausch 3 each.
“It was a great team effort,” said Roy-Hart Coach Don Baker. “We came out in the first quarter and relly shot the ball well.”
The Lady Rams maintained a 19 point, 32-13, advantage at the half as Lindke had 6 and Hill 4 in the second quarter.
Lindke finished with a game high 24 as Hill and Albee both had 10 and Fry and Rausch 7. Fry also had 19 rebounds, 11 assists and 7 steals and Rausch 12 rebounds.
Nicole Blount scored 10 for Medina as Maddy Winters, Allison Bensley and Rowan Hamner each added 8, Holly Heil 6 and Molley Gross 3.
Roy-Hart is now 2-8 and Medina 0-10 in N-O action.
Newfane 42 Albion 40 OT
A basket by Paige Emborsky with eight seconds remaining in overtime earned Newfane the narrow 42-40 win over host Albion.
Bailey Koithan also hit four clutch free throws in the extra period for Newfane.
The Lady Panthers sent the contest into overtime on a basket by Katie Kneeland with 30 seconds to go in the fourth quarter which knotted the contest at 33-33.
Emborsky finished with a game high 20 points and Koithan 9.
Justice Nauden scored 18 and Chanyce Powell 16 for Albion.
Newfane is now 9-1 and Albion 6-4 in N-O action.
Wilson 45, Akron 36
Rachel Senek had 16 points, 5 steals and 3 assists and Kayla Neumann 10 points, 7 rebounds 5 steals to spark undefeated (9-0) Wilson to a 45-36 victory over Akron (3-5).
CSAT 47, Barker 33
Improving to 6-4, CSAT built up leads of 13-6 after one period, 21-13 at the half and 37-22 after three quarter in route to posting the 47-33 victory over host Barker which slips to 3-6.
Caitlyn Mason scored 14 for Barker as Melissa Grosshans had 6, Kelsie Flegal and Morgan Brown 4, Maicie Baker 3 and Lindsey Williams 2.