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Lyndonville cagers race past Kendall

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 4 December 2015 at 12:00 am

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Lyndonville’s Nick Hinkson (12) goes in for a layup against Kendall defenders Jacob Ramsdell (22) and Jonathan Miller (44). The action took place during the host Tigers win over the Eagles this evening.

Putting together a huge 34 point second quarter scoring explosion, Lyndonville went on to defeat Kendall 77-42 this evening in the Genesee Region League boys basketball season opener for both teams.

Leading 13-5 after one period, Lyndonville broke the contest wide open in the decisive second quarter as Corey Hydock hit three threes, Hunter Ottaviano a three and a two, Eric Neace three baskets, Eddie Schildt a pair of buckets, Zach Johnson a three and two free throws and Nick Hinkson a basket an two free throws to power the Tigers into a commanding 47-13 half-time advantage.

Lyndonville maintained a 34 point, 62-28, advantage at the three-quarter mark.

Lyndonville’s Dylan Nicholson puts up a shot against Kendall’s Jacob Ramsdell.

Hydock finished with a game high 21 points as Neace had 16, Schildt 11, Johnson and Ottaviano 8 each, Hinkson 7 and Paul Kurz, Josh Tombari and Dylan Nicholson 2 apiece.

Colton Breslawski led Kendall with 18 as Jacob Ramsdell and James Longrod both added 7, Collin Lewis and Nathan Warters 4 and Benjamin Fresch 2.

Lyndonville, which is now 2-0, next visits Wheatland-Chili on Tuesday while Kendall, which is 0-2, hosts Notre Dame, also on Tuesday.

Corey Hydock (34) puts up a shot for Lyndonville over Kendall’s Keaton Freitag.