Medina, Barker girls battle to overtime tie; Albion blanks CSAT
One hundred minutes of soccer failed to produce a goal as Medina and Barker battled to a 0-0 double overtime tie this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer game at Vets Park.
Barker goalie Lindsey Williams made a clutch diving save with a couple of minutes remaining in regulation time to help preserve the tie.
Medina is now 2-3-1 and Barker 0-5-1.
In other N-O action, Albion blanked host CSAT 4-0, Wilson took over sole possession of first place by nipping rival Newfane 2-1 and Akron downed Roy-Hart 11-0.
In a Genesee Region League contest Byron-Bergen defeated host Lyndonville 4-1.
Albion 4, CSAT 0
Snapping a two game losing streak, Albion blanked host CSAT 4-0 to regain the .500 mark in N-O action at 3-3.
Mariah Elsenheimer and Emily Blanchard both scored a goal in each half to lead the attack for Albion.
Elsenheimer, Jayne Bannister and Nicole Eldred also each had an assist.
Wilson 2, Newfane 1
A goal by Kayla Neumann with 3:45 remaining, off an assist from Emily Patterson, lifted Wilson (6-0) past Newfane (5-1) 2-1 in the key battle for the N-O lead.
Patterson had given Wilson a 1-0 lead with 12:55 remaining in the second half off an assist from Lauren Austin.
Newfane battled back to knot the contest with five minutes to go on a goal by Emily Foltz but Wilson answered right back with the game winner by Neumann.
Akron 11, Roy-Hart 0
Paige Buscaglia scored three goals while Erica Papke, Katie Apholz and Cailin Regan each netted two to lead Akron (4-1) past Roy-Hart (1-5) 11-0.
Byron-Bergen 4, Lyndonville 1
Breaking away from a 1-1 deadlock, Byron-Bergen scored three unanswered second half goals to defeat host Lyndonville 4-1.
Aubrey Lewis scored the lone goal for Lyndonville which slips to 2-4 in G-R action.