Lady Tigers down visiting Lady Hawks
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.
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.