Hornets roll past Tigers

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

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Patrick Hinkson (12) drives to the basket for Lyndonville agaist Oakfield-Alabama’s Jon Korzelius during the host Tigers loss to the Horents this evening.

Roaring out to a commanding 23 point half-time advantage, Oakfield-Alabama went on to defeat host Lyndonville 70-45 this evening in a Genesee Region League game.

Hunter Spiotta scored 14 of his game high 36 points, including three threes, to spark Oakfield-Alabama out to a 16-5 first period advantage.

The Hornets went on to lead by 23, 35-13, at the half and by 31, 56-25, at the three-quarter mark.

Spiotta netted 15, including four more threes, in the third period for the Hornets.

Nick Hinkson scored 17 to lead Lyndonville. Patrick Hinkson added 8, Jonathan Amsdill 7, Justin Edwards and Brandon Schoolcraft 4, Austin Buckland and Ty Hrovat 2 and Jonathan Marciszewski 1 for the Tigers.

Oakfield-Alabama is now 1-2 in the league and 1-3 overall while Lyndonville slips to 0-4.

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Lyndonville’s Brandon Schoolcraft (34) puts up a shot against Oakfield-Alabama’s Nate Nadlinski (23).

Girls Basketball

Wilson 55, Lew-Port 22
Host Wilson bested Lew-Port 55-22 this evening in the opening round of the Lakewomen’s tournament.

Emily Lasher scored 20, Dana Smith 9 and Allie Bubar 8 for Wilson which led 29-8 at the half.


Albion 46, LeRoy 37
First period pins by Blake Aina (132), Aaron Burnside (138), Justyn Haines (160) and Ed Wolfe (170) led Albion to a 46-37 victory over host LeRoy this evening in a non league match.

Kollin Reynolds added a victory clinching major decision victory for the Purple Eagles.