Medina girls roar into Class B2 semifinals

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 23 February 2017 at 7:04 pm

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Je’ne Brown scored 25 to lead Medina past MST Prep today in a Section VI Class B2 quarterfinal.

Racing out to a 21 point half-time advantage, No. 5 seed Medina romped to a 61-19 victory over No. 4 MST Prep today in a Section VI Class B2 quarterfinal round contest at City Honors.

Je’ne Brown took game high scoring honors with 25 to spearhead the attack for Medina which advances to the B2 semifinals next Wednesday at Sweet Home against top seeded Olmsted which ousted No. 8 Akron 39-30. Brown also grabbed off 10 rebounds.

Improving to 16-5, the Mustangs also had Camri King with 9 points, Kayla Cuadra 8, Molley Gross 7, Sarah Cochrane 4 and Maddie Winters, Emily Kams, Maddie Wiliams and Kharise Johnson 2 each. Kams also had 8 assists.

Up 14-7 after the first quarter, Medina broke the contest wide open by outpointing MST Prep 16-2 in the second period to increase the lead to 30-9 at the half.

Brown scored 9 and Cuadra and King 8 each for the Mustangs in the opening half.

Keepng the momentum, Medina then outscored MST Prep 14-0 in the third period to extend the advantage to 35, 44-9, at the three-quarter mark.

Wilson 49, Southwestern 37

Up by eight, 29-21, at the half, No. 3 Wilson used a 16-8 third period scoring surge to key a 49-37 B2 victory over visiting No. 6 Southwestern.

Rachel Senek had 26 points and Kayla Neumann 10 to spark Wilson which led 45-29 at the three-quarter mark. Senek also had 8 rebounds and Neumann 5 assists and 4 steals.

Class B1
Depew 59, Albion 39
Top seeded Depew pulled away down the stretch to down visiting No. 8 Albion 59-39 in a Class B 1 quarterfinal.

Up 24-16 at the half and 38-28 at the three-quarter mark, Depew used a 21-11 fourth period scoring edge to lock up the win.

Chanyce Powell had 13 points and 14 rebounds for Albion which also had Sierra Chudy tally 12 points and Nicole Eldred 7.

East Aurora 65, Newfane 34
Building up a 31-16 half-time advantage, No. 2 East Aurora went on to defeat visiting No. 7 Newfane 65-34 in a Class B1 quarterfinal.

Paige Emborsky led Newfane with 19 points.