Mustang booters down Purple Eagles
Stymied in the first half, Medina/Lyndonville scored a quick goal at the outset of the second half to ignite a 4-0 victory over Albion this evening in a Niagara-Orleans League boys soccer game at Vets Park.
Ben Martin scored just two minutes into the second half off an assist from Josh White to get Medina/Lyndonville rolling.
“We needed a quick goal and when we got that one it really gave us the momentum,” said Medina/Lyndonville coach Steve Luksch. “It was Senior Night and all our seniors really played well. They really stepped it up.”
Medina/Lyndonville then broke the game open with a quick two goal burst midway through the half as Steven Anderson scored off an assist from James Ianni and then Aaron Feltz tallied from Scott Barber.
Ianni closed out the Mustangs scoring with a goal off an assist from White.
Medina improves to 5-2-2 in the league while Albion slips to 1-6-1.
Akron 3, Newfane 0
AKRON – Putting a virtual lock on the title, undefeated (9-0) Akron blanked runner-up Newfane (6-2-1 ) 3-0 in a key N-O contest.
Jamieson Nelson scored two goals in the first half for Akron and Josh Weigel tallied in the second half.
In the other N-O contest, Wilson (1-6-1) edged host CSAT (2-7) 4-3.
Holley 5, Pembroke 1
Gabe Mendoza scored three goals to lead Holley past host Pembroke 5-1 in a Genesee Region League game.
Tyler Chmylak and Derek McArthur also each scored a goal for the Hawks as Brandon Moore dished out three assists.
Kendall 4, Byron-Bergen 1
Kendall solidified its hold on the G-R lead with a key 4-1 victory at Byron-Bergen.
Goals by Will Condo, Alex Sutphen, Riley Igbal and Justin Barrett sparked the attack as Kendall stays perfect at 5-0 in the league and 9-0 overall.
On Wednesday, the Eagles topped East of Rochester 6-2 in a non league game as Condo had two goals and Sutphen three assists.
Barker locks up links title
Barker earned top honors at the annual Niagara-Orleans team tournament this afternoon at Willowbrook to capture a second straight league championship.
Barker won the tournament with a score of 453. Newfane finished second at 476 followed by Akron 487, Medina 495, Wilson 500, Albion 526 and Roy-Hart 536.
Barker finishes the season with a title clinching total of 34 points as Newfane and Akron share second place honors with 24 points. Wilson finished with 21.5, Medina 15.5, Albion 13, Roy-Hart 8 and CSAT 0.
Barker’s Brad Wilson earned medalist honors with a 79.
Albion’s John Krieger finished second with an 81 as Barker’s Alonzo St. Louis had a 83, Albion’s Connor Barleben a 86 and Akron’s Noah Diebel and Newfane’s Paul Tilyou 88 to round out the top five.
Medina’s low scorer was Ian McAnn with a 92.
The tournament also had its first ever two girl participants as Roy-Hart’s Faye Conley shot a 98 and Newfane’s Paige Emborsky a 99.