Medina girls upend Wilson; Albion defeats Roy-Hart; Newfane locks up N-O title

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 6 February 2018 at 9:24 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Medina’s Camri King puts up a shot over Wilson defender Anna Frerichs during the Mustangs home court win this evening.

Leading from wire-to-wire, Medina avenged an early season 40-34 loss by posting a 51-33 victory over visiting Wilson this evening in a Niagara-Orleans League girls basketball game.

Camri King poured in a season high 21 points to lead the way for Medina as Je’ne Brown and Maddie Williams both had 9, Kharise Johnson 8 and Divere Brown 4.

Skylar Munnikhuysen led Wilson with 17 as Emily Kelly had 8, Meg Musall 4 and Amanda Murray and Sarah Lewis 5 each.

Medina’s Maddie Williams drives by Wilson defender Meg Musall.

Despite committing 10 turnovers, Medina grabbed a 7-4 lead at the end of the first period as King tallied 5 in the early going.

The Mustangs then used a 14-8 second period scoring edge to extend the lead to nine, 21-12, at the half.  Back-to-back threes by Divere Brown and Williams highlighted that run which also included a pair of baskets by Je’ne Brown.

Keeping the momentum, the Mustangs stretched the advantage to 14, 35-21, at the three-quarter mark as King netted 6 and Williams and Johnson 4 each in the third period.

Wilson could get no closer than 10 down the stretch as King tallied 8 to keep the Mustangs in control.

Medina is now 2-7 and Wilson 6-4 in N-O action.

Albion 46, Roy-Hart 37
Albion boosted its N-O record to 7-3 with a 46-37 victory over host Roy-Hart (1-9).

Caitlynn Snook scored 17 and Elisabeth Baker 13 to set the pace for Albion which held leads of 15-13 after one period, 26-19 at the half and 36-30 at the three-quarter mark.

Ellie Todd led Roy-Hart with 17.

Newfane 55, Barker 28
Locking up outright possession of the N-O title, undefeated (10-0) Newfane used a huge 30 point first period to key a 55-28 victory over Barker (2-8).

Paige Emborsky scored 19 of her 21 points in the opening period to spearhead the Lady Panthers fast start.

Hailey Brown led Barker with 8.

Rochester Academy Charter 65, Lyndonville 25
Anna Lewis and Savannah Poler both scored 9 points for Lyndonville in the 65-25 non league loss to visiting Rochester Academy Charter.