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Medina girls down Barker to halt skid; Wilson trims Albion to cap N-O title season

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 14 February 2017 at 9:39 pm

Snapping a four game losing streak, Medina got point production from 10 players in posting a 65-23 victory over visiting Barker this evening in a Niagara-Orleans League contest.

In other N-O action, Wilson trimmed visiting Albion 47-40 to close out an eighth straight title campaign and Newfane bested Akron 61-42.

Je’ne Brown took game high scoring honors with 22 to lead Medina as Maddie Williams had 10, Kayla Cuadra 8, Katie Bilicki 6, Emily Kams 5, Sarah Cochrane and Kharise Johnson 4, Maddie Winters, Molley Gross and Hannah Sones 2 each.

Serena Harris led Barker with 10 as Emily Annable added 8, Lydia Dewart 3 and Kylie Annable 2.

Medina raced out to a 23-4 first quarter advantage and went on to hold leads of 42-7 at the half and 59-17 at the three-quarter mark.

Medina is now 7-4 and Barker 1-10 in N-O action.

The Mustangs will host Akron at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday to close out the league season.

Wilson 47, Albion 40
Leading by a narrow 20-17 margin at the half, Wilson put together a big 20-12 third period scoring surge to key the 47-40 victory over visiting Albion and cap off an 11-1 N-O title campaign.

Rachel Senek scored 12 to lead that decisive surge for Wislon which opened up a 40-29 advantage at the three-quarter mark.

Senek, who topped the 1,000 point career scoring mark in the first period, finished with a game high 21.

Caitlyn Snook scored 12 and Chanyce Powell 10 to lead Albion which finishes the N-O season at 7-5.

Newfane 61, Akron 42
Paige Emborsky scored 20 and Emily Foltz 15 to lead Newfane (8-4) to a 61-42 victory over Akron (5-6).

Newfane led 15-6 after one quarter and 31-22 at the half.

Kendall 50, Rochester Prep 25
Elizabeth Rath scored 14 points to spark an 18-4 third period scoring surge which keyed Kendall to a 50-25 non league win over Rochester Presp.

Daniela Volkmar added 12, Taylor ReQua 8 and Emily Mattle 5 for the Eagles which led 18-13 at the half.