Hawks, Bees battle to tie in overtime

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 September 2016 at 9:24 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Holley’s John Mounts heads for the goal during this evening’s key home game against Byron-Bergen as Greyson Huntington and Kyler Chambry defend for the Bees which ended in an overtime tie.


Holley’s Erik Balys battles for the ball with Bergen’s Jordan Miller.

A late goal earned host Holley a 2-2 overtime tie with front-running Byron-Bergen/Elba this evening in a key Genesee Region League boys soccer game.

Holley knotted the contest at 2-2 when Derek McArthur scored with just three minutes remaining in the second half.

Neither team could then find the net in the two 10 minute overtime periods as the Bees maintain a hold on first place at 5-1-1 while the runner-up Hawks go to 4-1-2.

Holley grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first half as Andrew Cary scored with 15 minutes to go off an assist from John Mounts.

However, Byron-Bergen/Elba rallied in the second half to first tie the contest on a goal by Jordan Miller and then to take a 2-1 lead on a tally by Chase Felton with just 7 minutes to go.

Kendall 1, Attica 0
Kendall nipped Attica 1-0 on a second half goal by Jake Adams off an assist from Jesus Aguirre.

The Eagles are now 2-3-1 in G-R action.

Girls Volleyball
Attica 25-25-25, Kendall 19-13-14

Lexi Payton had 7 spiking kills and 9 digs, Chelsea Wright 5 kills and 12 digs, Madison Rath 5 kills and 8 digs and Jenna Regan 6 kills for Kendall as Sunni Brice, Wright and Jessica Coble combined for 17 assists.

Kendall is now 5-4.

Byron-Bergen 25-25-25, Notre Dame 13-14-19

Improving to 7-0 in the league and 8-1 overall, Byron-Bergen scored a straight set win over Notre Dame (4-5) as Lauren Burke had 11 kills, 10 assists, 7 aces and 3 digs; Catherine Brumsted 4 kills, 7 assists, 3 aces and 2 digs and Madison Farnsworth 4 kills, 3 aces and 6 digs.