Rosters are set for N-O vs. G-R senior games
The rosters have been announced for the 18th annual Niagara-Orleans League vs. Genesee Region League Exceptional Senior girl-boy basketball doubleheader which will be held on Friday evening at Medina.
The girls game is scheduled for 5 p.m. and the boys contest for 6:45 p.m.
The G-R girls squad, which includes the local quartet of Aubrey Lewis and Mckenzie Muck from Lyndonvile along with Lizzie Rath and Daniela Volkmar from Kendall also has Hannah Bowen from Notre Dame, Tatiana Draper, Carly Bogue and Meaghan Kogut from Elba, Hannah Scarborough and Riley D’Alba from Oakfield-Alabama, Marissa Scharlau from Alexander, Alyssa Meyer and Emily Stenson from Attica and Hailey Hubbard and Karson Richenberg from Byron-Bergen.
The N-O girls lineup includes Chanyce Powell, Emily Blanchard, Sierra Chudy and Nikki Eldred from Albion, Emily Kams and Molley Gross from Medina, Emily Annable and Lydia Dewart from Barker, Olivia Littman from Newfane and Jen Darlak, Kayla Neumann and Rachel Senek from Wilson.
The local trio of Eric Neace and Corey Hydock from Lyndonville and Brandon Miller from Kendall head the G-R boys squad which also includes Reice Woodward from Oakfield-Alabama, Ryan Cansdale from Pembroke, Dustin Schmieder and Matt Genaway from Alexander, Owen Thompson from Attica, Tucker Bezon, Shane O’Hollaran, Jordan Miller and Henry Pflaumer from Elba and Brian Burke and Colin Noeth from Byron-Bergen.
The lineup for the N-O boys squad includes Kory Reynolds, Lamar Chambers and Chase Hall from Albion, Nate Luckman, Eddie Wasnock and Jake Arnold from Barker, Conor Seeley, Jonah Miller and Justin Daul from Wilson, Caleb Russell and Albert Kramp from Newfane, DJ Davis and Brendan Hess from Roy-Hart, Austin Ladd from Akron and Tyrellis Atkins from Medina.
The N-O holds a 12-5 lead in the boys series and an 11-6 advantage in the girls series.
Last year the N-O won the boys game 73-67 to make it four wins in a row while the G-R captured the girls contest for the second time in the last three years by a narrow score of 40-39.