Kendall girls top Holley in tourney semi

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 30 November 2016 at 10:19 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Kendall’s Lyndsay Wright comes up with a rebound in a crowd which includes the Holley duo of Kayla Wilson (34) and Madison Day (12) and Kendall’s Emily Mattle (21). The action took place during the host Lady Eagles tournament win over the Lady Hawks this evening.


Taylor ReQua puts up a shot for Kendall.

Jumping out to a quick 10-0 lead at the outset, the host Lady Eagles went on to defeat rival Holley 52-19 this evening in the opening round of the Kendall Tournament.

Lyndsay Wright had two baskets, Lizze Rath a bucket and two free throws and Taylor ReQua a basket to spark Kendall out to the early lead.

Up 10-4 after one period, Kendall extended its lead to 25-7 at the half as six players contributed baskets in the second quarter.

The Lady Eagles advantage soared to 40-9 after three quarters as ReQua had two threes, Daniele Volkmar one and Rath two baskets in the third period.

ReQua finished with a game high 15 poitns as Rath netted 12, Volkmar 9, Wright 6, Lizzie Sutphen 4 and Kacey Menge, Rachael Bukutis and Emily Mattle 2 each.

Angela Weaver had 6, Kassandra Norman 4, Delilah Grathouse 3 and Madison Day, Kayla Wilson and Hayley Rowley 2 each for Holley.

Kendall will now face Medina in the championship game at 4 p.m. Saturday while Holley will take on Northeast of Rochester at 2 p.m. in the consolation game. Medina bested Northeast 45-27 in the other semi.


Holley’s Madison Marsh looks to drive against Kendall’s Lyndsay Wright.