Lady Rams rally to down Purple Eagles
Rebounding from a nine point halftime deficit, Roy-Hart rallied to defeat host Albion 44-36 this evening in a Niagara-Orleans League girls basketball game.
Trailing 23-14 at the half, Roy-Hart outscored Albion 13-7 in the third period to cut the deficit to three at 30-27.
The Lady Rams then completed the comeback by outpointing the Purple Eagles 17-6 in the finals stanza.
Shelby Wolf scored a game high 22 and Claire Halstead added 10 to lead the way for Roy-Hart. Wolf scored 10 in the third quarter to help ignite the Lady Rams rally. Hslstead then netted 6 and Wolf 4 in the decisive final quarter.
Honesty Little had 15 and Abby Scanlan 12 for Albion.
Roy-Hart is now 3-2 and Albion 3-3.
Wilson 54, Medina 14
All 12 players broke into the scoring column as undefeated (5-0) defending champion Wilson downed host Medina 54-14.
Bella Lemke scored 9 and Meg Musall 8 to lead the way for Wilson.
Lily Carpenter had 7 for Medina.
Akron 47, Newfane 26
Playing its first game since February 12 after being on a Covid-19 related pause, Newfane (1-1) dropped a 47-26 decision to Akron which improves to 4-2.
Oakfield-Alabama 58, Lyndonville 39
Building up a 34-19 halftime advantage, Oakfield-Alabama went on to defeat visiting Lyndonville 58-39 this evening in a Genesee Region League girls basketball game.
Danica Porter scored 15 and McKena Reding 14 to lead the way for the Lady Hornets which improves to 6-3.
Lorelei Dillenbeck led Lyndonville with 16 as Ella Lewis and Karlee Rounds each had 8, Kaylee Nesbitt 6 and Gracie Johnson 1.