Medina, Albion girls post soccer wins
Holley wins, Kendall ties
Rallying for a pair of second half goals, Medina nipped CSAT 2-1 this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer game at Vets Park.
In other N-O action, Albion downed Newfane 3-1, Wilson bested Roy-Hart 5-1 and Akron blanked Barker 3-0.
Martha Gardner and Destiny Satkowski both had a goal and an assist to spark the rally which saw Medina erase a 1-0 halftime deficit.
Medina improves to 3-6-2 in N-O action while CSAT drops to 1-10.
Albion 3, Newfane 1
Mariah Elsenheimer scored two goals and Emily Blanchard had a goal and an assist to lead Albion (7-5) past Newfane (8-3) as the Purple Eagles avenged an earlier season 2-0 loss.
Elsenheimer gave Albion a quick 1-0 lead with a goal just five minutes in off an assist from Blanchard.
Newfane rallied into a tie at the 22 minute mark of the opening half on a tally by Kayla Daniels but Albion answered right back with a goal by Elsenheimer just three minutes later to regain the lead for good.
“That was a big goal. That took the tempo back for us,” said Albion Coach Bruce Blanchard.
The Purple Eagles added an insurance tally in the second half on a penalty kick goal by Blanchard.
“We played really well tonight,” said Blanchard. “We came to play and we controlled the game.”
Wilson 5, Roy-Hart 1
Emily Patterson and Lauren Austin each had two goals and Jen Darlak one to lead undefeated (11-0) front-running Wilson to a 5-1 victory over Roy-Hart (5-6). Austin also had two assists.
Emma Lindke scored for Roy-Hart.
Akron 3, Barker 0
First half goals by Erica Papke, Ashley Mietz and Cailin Regan earned Akron (8-2-1) a 3-0 victory at Barker (0-10-1).
Kendall 0, Attica 0
Jenna Jacob made seven saves in goal for Kendall (10-1-1) which settled for a 0-0 overtime tie with visiting Attica in a Genesee Region League Division 1 game.
Holley 1, Alexander 0
A goal by Riley Sanger, off an assist from Bailey Papaj, earned Holley a narrow 1-0 victory over visiting Alexander in another G-R Division 1 contest.
Maddy Papaj made 8 saves to earn the shutout in goal for Holley which rebounded from a 1-0 loss to Wheatland-Chili on Monday.