Kendall girls down Lyndonville
Leading from wire to wire, Kendall notched a 44-31 victory over host Lyndonville this evening in a Genesee Region League girls basketball make-up game.
Tania Arellano scored a game high 12 points and Toni ReQua 9 to lead the way for Kendall which improves to 3-3 in the league and 4-5 overall.
Nicole Browe added 8, Shelby Reis 5, Taylor Kingsbury and Jaimie Smith 4 and Amelia Patrick 2 for the Lady Eagles.
Gabby Dusett scored 7, Autumn Nesbitt 6, Alyssa Mahnke, Chelsea Poler and Leann Balcerzak 4, Jenna Castricone 3, Morgan Hungerford 2 and Madison Gardepe 1 for Lyndonville which slips to 0-6, 2-7 overall.
Down 6-2 after one quarter, Lyndonville stayed within two at 8-6 late in the second quarter after a layup by Dusett.
However, Kendall answered with back-to-back threes by ReQua and Smith tacked on a late rebound bucket to up Kendall’s advantage to 16-8 at the half.
Another three by ReQua boosted the Lady Eagles lead to 12, 23-11, midway through the third period.
Lyndonville though came battling back to cut the deficit to five, 23-18, after two layups by Nesbitt and one by Dusett but the Lady Tigers could get no closer.
Kendall countered with a layup by Browe and a three by Arellano to go back up by 10, 28-18, at the three-quarter mark.
The Lady Eagles then finally broke the game open by opening the final period with an 8-2 run to extend the lead to 16 at 36-20. Layups by Browe and Reis followed by a three by Arellano keyed that uprising.
Kendall went on to lead by as many as 19, 42-23, after back-to-back layups by Browe and Arellano.
Oakfield-Alabama 41, Holley 34
Breaking away from a 27-27 deadlock, Oakfield-Alabama outscored host Holley 14-7 in the decisive fourth quarter to claim the 41-34 G-R victory.
Nicole Blackburn had 19 points, 15 rebounds and 5 assists for Holley as Sam Barniak added 11 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists and Jade Underwood 12 rebounds.
Wilson 55, Barker 17
Two-time defending champion Wilson romped to a 55-17 victory over visiting Barker to take over sole possession of the Niagara-Orleans League lead.
Wilson took control at the outset jumping out to a 17-2 first quarter lead as Kaylee Stoelting tallied 6, Megan DeLaura 5 and Marisa Walck 4.
Wilson then used a 16-2 second period uprising to boost the advantage to 33-4 at the half.
Ali Bubar finished with 12 points for Wilson as DeLaura added 9, Stoelting and Rachel Senek 8 and Dana Smith 6. Stoelting also grabbed off 10 rebounds and Smith 8.
Olivia Denny and Caitlyn Mason each scored 4 points for Barker.
Wilson stays unbeaten at 4-0 and Barker slips to 3-1.