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Homers power Albion past Medina

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 9 May 2014 at 12:00 am

Lyndonville, Roy-Hart score wins

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Albion catcher Kelsee Soule, who hit three home runs, waits for the ball as Max Wright slides into home for Medina during the Mustangs loss to the Purple Eagles this afternoon at Vets Park.

Belting four home runs, Albion posted a 15-8 victory over Medina this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League softball game at Vets Park.

Kelsee Soule hit three homers and winning pitcher Meghan Hurley one to lead the Purple Eagles attack.

Hurley hit a two-run homer to highlight a four-run first inning and Soule hit a two-run homer in the second.

Kelsey Schmitt had lead off singles to ignite both the first and second inning uprisings.

Soule also banged out two-run homers in both the third and sixth innings.

Albion improves to 3-7 and Medina slips to 1-9.

Lyndonvile 16, Wheatland-Chili 1
Exploding for 12 runs in the first inning, Lyndonville went on to defeat host Wheatland-Chili 16-1 in a Genesee Region League game.

Six errors and five walks keyed the decisive first inning uprising for the Lady Tigers.

Maddy Boyle and Katie Albone both had two hits and two RBIs to lead Lyndonville at the plate.

Rebekah Hoffee picked up the win in the circle allowing only one hit and striking out five.

Lyndonville is now 5-1 and 8-1 overall.

Photo by Cherly Wertman – Meghan Hurley connects for a home run for Albion.

Pembroke 11, Kendall 2
Olivia Welch had two hits for Kendall in the Lady Eagles 11-2 G-R loss to Pembroke.

Roy-Hart 7, Newfane 6
Roy-Hart rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning on an error and a bases loaded walk to nip Newfane 7-6 and improve to 8-2 in N-O action.

Rachel Rausch earned the bases loaded walk to force in the game winning run for the Lady Rams which also got a two-run single by Maddi Hiddie in the third inning.

Taylor Fry picked up the win in the circle allowing five hits and striking out six.

The loss drops Newfane to 5-4.

Akron 4, Wilson 3
Front-running Akron edged past Wilson 4-3 to improve to 10-2 in N-O action.

Tobie Abrams singled in what proved to be the game winner in the fifth inning for Akron which also got a two-run single by Mo Carberry in the first frame.

Allie Bubar had three hits for Wilson which slips to 6-3.

N-O Standings

Akron 10-2, Roy-Hart 8-2, Barker 7-5, Wilson 6-3, Newfane 5-4, Albion 3-7, CSAT 2-10, Medina 1-9.