Medina/Lyndonville booters score key N-O win at Wilson

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 8 September 2014 at 12:00 am

Jumping out to a 2-0 half-time advantage, Medina/Lyndonville went on to defeat host Wilson 3-2 this afternoon in a key early season Niagara-Orleans League boys soccer game.

The victory boosts Medina/Lyndonville to 3-0 in N-O action while Wilson slips to 1-1.

Medina/Lyndonville jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead when Steven Anderson scored just five minutes in off an assist from James Ianni.

The Mustangs advantage doubled to 2-0 midway through the half as Vassilios Bitsas scored off an assist from Colm Cooper.

The Medina/Lyndonville advantage jumped to 3-0 in the second half as Brian Anderson scored off an assist from Kristian Snyder.

The quartet of Josh Klotzbach, Snyder, Collin Dunn and Paul Kurz anchored the defense for the Mustangs.

“Defensively we played another great game,” said Coach Steve Luksch.

Newfane 4, Roy-Hart 1
Chad Gilson had three goals and Trevor Moreland 3 assists to lead Newfane past host Roy-Hart in the N-O open for both teams.

John George had the other Newfane goal while James DeLorenzo scored for Roy-Hart.

Akron 2, Albion 1 OT
Akron scored a lightning quick goal just 26 seconds into overtime to earn a 2-1 win over host Albion this evening.

Trailing 1-0 at the half, Albion pulled even in the second half as Cam Usselman scored off an assist from Marcos Sanchez.

Kendall 3, Wheatland-Chili 1
All of the scoring came in the second half as Kendall rallied from a 1-0 deficit to defeat host Wheatland-Chili in the Genesee Region League season opener.

Kendall pulled even on a goal by Mookie Nauden, off an assist from Riley Iqbal, just a minute after W-C had taken the lead.

The Eagles then moved on top to stay as Will Condo scored two quick goals, the second coming off an assist from Justin Barrett.

Holley 0, Byron-Bergen/Elba 0
Patrick Bower made 9 saves to earn the shutout in goal for Holley which battled to a 0-0 G-R tie with visiting Byron-Bergen/Elba.

Jake DeSimone and Justin Parker anchored the midfield area and Chris Balys and Joe DeFelice the defensive end for the Hawks.