Lady Tigers down visiting Lady Hawks

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 16 February 2021 at 9:50 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Lyndonville’s Ella Lewis drives to the basket between Holley defenders Halee Passarell and Sara Kingdollar during this evening’s game at Lyndonville.

Pulling away in the second quarter, Lyndonville went on to defeat visiting Holley 44-16 this evening in a Genesee Region League girls basketball game.

Leading 9-6 at the end of the opening quarter, Lyndonville broke the contest open with a big 16-0 scoring surge in the second quarter.

Ella Lewis had two threes and a fast break layup and Lorelei Dillenbeck a three, a jumper and a fast break layup to key that decisive uprising for the Lady Tigers which opened up a 25-6 halftime advantage.

Lewis finished with a game high 21, Dillenbeck 12, Ashlee Stephens 5, Alexis Hughes 3, Prezli Silversmith 2 and Karlee Rounds 1.

Halee Passarell led Holley with 8 as Jailyn Bishop added 4 and Tatum Gagne and Harleigh Andrews 2 each.

Lyndonville is now 1-2 and Holley 0-4.

Holley’s Tatum Gagne drives against Lyndonville defender Prezli Silversmith.

Elba 66, Kendall 36

Brynn Wolczak scored 24, Leah Bezon 12 and Dakota Brinkman and Taylor Augello 10 each to lead host Elba to a 66-36 G-R win over Kendall.

Elizabeth Snyder had 11 points and 12 rebounds, Alezya Brown 7 points and 7 rebounds and T’Mia Kitchings 5 points for Kendall.

Elba led 36-25 at the half.