Lyndonville girls upend Oakfield-Alabama
Scoring a bucket in the final seconds, Lyndonville edged past visiting Oakfield-Alabama 46-44 this evening in a Geensee Region League girls basketball game.
Morgan Hungerford made two free throws for Lyndonville to tie the game at 44-44 and then scored a basket with just two seconds remaining to give the Lady Tigers the exciting victory.
Jenna Castricone led Lyndonville with 14 points as Hungerford had 10, Autumn Nesbitt 7 and Rebekah Hoffee 7.
Alyssa Mahnke also had 10 rebounds and 5 blocks and Madison Gardepe 10 rebounds for the Lady Tigers.
“The kids played really hard,” said Lyndonville Coach Dan Roggow. “We’ve been coming close so it was nice to get this one and it was Senior Night.”
On Monday, Castricone had 9 points, Gardepe 10 rebounds and 4 steals and Hungerford 8 rebounds for Lyndonville in the Lady Tigers 42-34 loss to Attica.
Alexander 37, Holley 22
Nicole Blackburn had 10 points and 11 rebounds and Sam Barniak 8 steals, 5 assists and 4 points for Holley in a 37-22 loss to Alexander.
Byron-Bergen 63, Kendall 36
Tania Arellno had 14 points, Shelby Reis 8 and Toni ReQua 6 for Kendall in a 63-36 loss to Byron-Bergen. Reis also had 5 rebounds and ReQua 3 assists.
Wilson 48, CSAT 27
Undefeated (11-0) defending champion Wilson combined a 48-27 victory over CSAT (5-7) with Akron’s (5-6) 52-46 upset win over Newfane (9-3) to clinch at least a tie for a third straight Niagara-Orleans League title.
Kaylee Stoelting had 20 points, 6 rebounds and 6 steals, Emily Lasher 9 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds and 5 steals, Dana Smith 8 points and Allie Bubar 7 points, 7 rebounds and 5 steals to lead the way for Wilson.
Akron 52, Newfane 46
Gina Henley had 19 points and Tobi Abrams 14 to spark Akron past Newfane whose leading scorer was Brooke Horning with 16.