Kendall cagers romp past Attica
Steadily pulling away, Kendall romped to a 51-22 victory over visiting Attica this evening in a key Genesee Region League Division I boys basketball game.
Garret Love scored 13 points and Devin Appleton 10 to lead the balanced attack for Kendall which avenged an earlier season 55-54 overtime loss at Attica.
The Eagles also had Will Condo with 8 points, Mookie Nauden 7, Isaiah Brown 6, Alex Sutphen 5 and Dustin Furness 2.
Nauden also had 9 rebounds and 4 assists, Condo 5 steals, 4 rebounds and 3 assists, Love 5 rebounds and Brown 3 rebounds.
Setting the tone at the outset, Kendall jumped out to a 18-6 first quarter lead highlighted by threes by Sutphen, Nauden and Appleton. Love, Brown, Appleton and Nauden also all netted two’s during that stretch.
Up 25-10 at the half, Kendall extended its advantage to 18, 39-21, at the three-quarter mark.
The Eagles in fact led by as many as 21, 37-16, midway through the period as Love had a three-point play and a layup and Condo back-to-back layups to highlight a key 10-2 run.
Kendall, which closed out the victory with a 12-1 fourth quarter scoring spurt, improves to 8-4 in the league and 8-6 overall.
Wheatland-Chili 86, Lyndonville 47
Wheatland-Chili raced out to a 47-18 half-time advantage in route to posting a 86-47 victory over visiting Lyndonville in a G-R contest.
Pat Hinkson had 19 points and Ty Hrovat 10 for Lyndonville.
Pembroke 55, Holley 27
Joey DeFelice, Zach Vacarrelli and Corey Winter each scored 7 points for Holley in the 55-27 G-R loss at Pembroke. Winter also grabbed off 11 rebounds.
Roy-Hart 55, Akron 33
Jumping out to a 14-2 first quarter lead, Roy-Hart went on to defeat visiting Akron 55-33 in a Niagara-Orleans League contest.
Alex Stoddard scored 13 and Austin Heschke 12 for Roy-Hart which led 28-14 at the half and 46-20 at the three-quarter mark. Heschke scored 10 to highlight the Rams 18-6 third quarter uprising.
Roy-Hart is now 5-4 and Akron 1-8 in N-O action.
Akron 43, Roy-Hart 38
Akron used a 12-2 fourth quarter scoring surge to earn a 43-38 home court victory over Roy-Hart in an N-O contest.
Gina Henley led Akron with a game high 12 points.
Emma Lindke and Kendra Hill each had 9 for Roy-Hart as Taylor Fry and Brianna Lewandowski both added 7.