Lyndonville cagers down Newfane
Improving to 3-1, Lyndonville bested visiting Newfane 83-73 in a non league boys basketball game this evening.
Nathan Dillenbeck poured in a game high 34 points to spearhead the Lyndonville attack as Nathan Hydock netted 16, Noah Poler 15, Russell Stephens 13 and Casey Winiecki 5.
Garrett Srock led Newfane with 23 as Sam Capen added 15, Josh Everett 11, Tyler Oudette 8, Zach Snow and Michael Carner 6 and Cade Littman 4.
Newfane jumped out to a 19-12 first period lead as Srock tallied 8.
However, Lyndonville answered back with a big 28-16 second quarter scoring surge to rally into a 40-35 half-time advantage.
Dillenbeck scored 14, including two threes and Hydock 9 to lead that rally.
Keeping the momentum, the Tigers used a 24-15 third period scoring edge to extend the lead to 14, 64-50, at the three-quarter mark.
Poler hit three threes to lead that surge as Dillenbeck added 8 points including a three-point play and a three at the buzzer and Hydock a three.
The Tigers extended the advantage to 20, 74-54, early in the final stanza after a 10-4 run including six by Dillenbeck,
Newfane though came battling back.
Fouling on every possession to quickly get the ball back, the Panthers put together a 19-4 scoring burst to slice the deficit to just six, 79-73, with 19 seconds to go. Threes by Capen, Snow and Oudette highlighted that rally which also included 7 points by Srock.
Lyndonville though weathered the storm as four clutch free throws by Dillenbeck in the last 18 seconds finally put a lock on the win.
(Click here to see Lyndonville’s Nathan Dillenbeck float in 2 of his 34 points from the baseline.)
Attica 65, Holley 35
Building up a 32-18 half-time advantage, Attica went on to defeat Holley 65-35 in a Genesee Region League game.
Ayden Goll scored 14, Nick Perl 12 and Frankie Bisceglie 11 to lead Attica.
Carson Major scored 11 and Jacob Norman 7 for Holley which played without scoring leader Kohl Morgan who missed the contest due to an injury.
Elba 76, Kendall 39
Colton Dillon scored a school record 45 points to lead Elba to a 76-39 G-R win over Kendall.
After scoring just 2 points in the first quarter, Dillon erupted for 14 in the second, 18 in the third and 11 in the fourth.
Elba led 30-20 at the half.
Mason Kuhn scored 16 and Derek Edick 10 for Kendall.