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Medina/Lyndonville booters blank Global

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 1 October 2018 at 8:36 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Nate Dillenbeck, who scored 4 goals, rushes up field for Medina/Lyndonville during this afternoon’s win over Global Concepts at Lyndonville.

A quick three goal scoring burst in the first 12 minutes sparked Medina/Lyndonville to a 6-0 victory over Global Concepts in a non league boys soccer game this afternoon at Lyndonville.

Nate Dillenbeck scored the three goal hat-trick to give the Mustangs the commanding early lead as he tallied at the 38, 32 and 28 minute marks with each score coming off an assist from Kody Leno.

The Mustangs lead increased to 4-0 at the half as Nate Sherman scored with 11 minutes to go off an assist from Caelan Holland.

In the second half Dillenbeck scored off an assist from Jon Slingerland and Evan Horn tallied from Oskar Heinsler to round out the Mustangs scoring.

Albion 12, CCA 0

Sam Sanchez, Kendyll Hadick, Spencer Lombard and Leonel Rosario each scored 2 goals as Albion romped to a 12-0 non league win over visiting Central Christian Academy. The Purple Eagles led 6-0 at the half.

Holley 2, Roy-Hart 2

Holley rallied for a pair of second half goals by John Mounts, from Matt Wilson, and by Kayden Servais, off an assist from Erik Balys, to earn a 2-2 tie with visiting Roy-Hart in a non league game.

Roy-Hart led 1-0 at the half on a goal by Matt Scott. Jacob Fritton scored for the Rams in the second half.

The teams will meet again at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Gasport.

Marion 5, Kendall 1

Leading by a narrow 1-0 margin at the half, Marion erupted for 4 goals in the second half to down host Kendall 5-1 in another non league contest.

Mickey Gardner scored the lone Kendall goal.

Girls Soccer

Holley 0, Byron-Bergen 0

Sarah Klatt made 5 saves in goal for Holley as the Lady Hawks played to a 0-0 overtime tie with host Byron-Bergen in a Genesee Region League game.

Andrew Houseman of the Mustangs splits between Global defenders Lee Kalimu and Adam Mohamed.