Kendall booters blank Lyndonville/Medina; Albion rolls to stay undefeated

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 19 September 2018 at 8:56 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Kendall goalie Katherine Pearson stops a shot by Lyndonville/Medina’s Ella Lewis as T’Mia Kitchings moves in for the Lady Eagles. The action took place during the visiting Lady Eagles win over the Lady Tigers this afternoon.

Scoring a goal in each half, Kendall blanked Lyndonville/Medina 2-0 in a Genesee Region League girls soccer game this afternoon at Lyndonville.

Hailee Mitchell scored what proved to be the game winner for Kendall on a direct kick with 12:38 to go in the first half.

Both starting goalies, Kendall’s Katherine Pearson and Lyndonville/Medina’s Haylee Seefeldt, came up with big saves to stop breakaways in the opening half.

Kendall added a big insurance goal when Alezya Brown scored midway through the second half.

Kendall improves to 51 in the league while Lyndonville/Medina is 2-4.

Albion 6, Barker 0
Building up a commanding 4-0 half-time advantage, Albion went on to defeat host Barker 6-0 this afternoon to stay undefeated at 5-0 in Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer action (9-0 overall).

Claire Squicciarini scored the first 2 goals for Albion off assists from Brylie Hapeman and Abby Scanlan.

Goals in the final 10 minutes of the half by Hapeman, from Lexi Wolck, and by Scanlan, from Abbie Pappalardo, doubled the lead to 4-0.

In the second half the Purple Eagles got goals by Sarah Gregori, off an assist by Hapeman, and by Hapeman from Scanlan.

Akron 3, Roy-Hart 0
Akron boosted its N-O record to 3-1 with a 3-0 victory over Roy-Hart (1-4) as Natalie Karmazyn scored 2 goals and Jenna Robnett 1.

Wilson 2, Newfane 0
First half goals by Kenzi Beyer and Kaelin Faery earned Wilson (3-1) a 2-0 win over rival Newfane (2-3).

Holley 2, Pembroke 2
Goals by Olivia Radford and Rachel Killian earned Holley a 2-2 tie with Pembroke in another G-R contest.

Lyndonville/Medina’s Megan Krisher sends the ball between Kendall defenders Olivia Reed and Brianna Wakefield.

Kendall’s Madison Jacob advances the ball up field as Kaylee Nesbitt defends for Lyndonville/Medina.