Newfane girls down Medina, Albion trims CSAT

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 17 December 2013 at 12:00 am

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Medina’s Molley Gross (4) grabs off a rebound against Newfane’s Marlo MacFarlane during the host Mustangs loss to the Lady Panthers this evening.

Steadily pulling away, Newfane downed host Medina 49-30 this evening in a Niagara-Orleans League girls basketball game.

In other N-O action, Albion edged past host CSAT 58-54 and Akron bested Roy-Hart 46-24.

Katie Kneeland scored 12 points to set the pace for Newfane which led 10-6 after one period, 23-13 at the half and 39-20 at the three-quarter mark.

Bailey Koithan added 8 points, Claire Puff and Marlo MacFarlane 6 and Brooke Horning 5 for the Lady Panthers.

Molley Gross scored 9, Nicole Blount 8, Taylor Miller 6, De’Andrea Salone 5 and Brittany Button 2 for Medina.

Albion 58, CSAT 54
Justice Nauden poured in a game high 24 points and Sarah Metzler netted 19 to lead the way for Albion.

Metzler scored 6 and Nauden and Chanyce Powell 5 each in the final quarter to lead a 18-15 Albion scoring edge which put a lock on the victory.

Albion grabbed a 15-14 first period lead as Nauden scored 9. The Purple Eagles went on to lead by margins of 28-26 at the half and 40-39 after three-quarters.

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Medina’s Nicole Blount (23) rebounds against Newfane’s Marlo MacFarlane (32).

Akron 46, Roy-Hart 24
Tobi Abrams scored 17 and Gina Henley added 9 points and 11 rebounds to set the pace for Akron which led 26-10 at the half.

Kendra Hill scored 7 for Roy-Hart.

N-O Standings

Akron 1-0, Albion 1-0, Barker 1-0, Wilson 1-0, Newfane 1-1, CSAT 0-1, Medina 0-1, Roy-Hart 0-2

Kendall 39, Holley 30
Kendall defeated host rival Holley 39-30 this evening in a Genesee Region League game.

Tanya Arellano scored 12 points for Kendall as Toni ReQua added 9 points and 6 rebounds and Taylor Kingsbury 4 points, 4 rebounds and 5 steals.

Nicole Blackburn had 10 points, 7 rebounds and 5 steals, Samantha Barniak 4 points and 4 assists and Jade Underwood 6 points and 21 rebounds for Holley.

Notre Dame 81, Lyndonville 34
A big 29-9 second period scoring surge sparked Notre Dame to a 81-34 win over host Lyndonville in a G-R contest.

Morgan Hungerford scored 7, Rebekah Hoffee 6 and Abigail Feldman 5 for Lyndonville which trailed 43-15 at the half.