Roy-Hart tops Wilson to gain share of N-O girls soccer lead; Kendall wins in OT

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 7 October 2022 at 10:41 pm

Avenging an earlier season road loss, Roy-Hart moved into a tie for first place by scoring a 3-1 victory over visiting Wilson in a key Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer game this evening.

Roy-Hart and Wilson are now deadlocked for the N-O lead at 7-1 with two games remaining on the league schedule.

Kaitlyn Mettler scored a goal for Roy-Hart in the first half off an assist from Allie Trombley.

The Lady Rams later netted the deciding two goals in the second half by Sophia Allee off an assist from Mettler and by Nadia White.

Akron 7, Albion 0
Akron improved to 4-3-1 in N-O action by downing Albion (1-7) 7-0 as Katie Leeds scored 3 goals to lead the offense,

Contributed Photo – Prior to today’s field hockey game Akron’s Lacey Berghorn was honored for achieving the 100 career goal mark. She added to that total by scoring a goal in the Lady Tigers win over Kenmore..

Kendall 2, Lyndonville/Barker 1 OT
Alea Barrett scored the game winning goal in overtime for Kendall off an assist from Emma Quintern as the Lady Eagles celebrated Senior Night with a narrow 2-1 OT win over Lyndonville/Barker.

Ava Quintern scored Kendall’s first goal while Michayla Greene netted the Lyndonville/Barker goal.

Boys Soccer
Roy-Hart 2, Wilson 1
Roy-Hart edged host Wilson 2-1 to improve to 9-0 in N-O League action.

Peter Martillotta scored a goal in each half for the Rams with the first coming on a penalty kick.

Field Hockey
Akron 8, Kenmore 0
Akron stayed unbeaten at 9-0 in N-O field hockey action with an 8-0 win over visiting Kenmore as Natalie Gineste scored 2 goals and Madison Brege, Lacey Berghorn, Olivia McClaine, Nevada Bregman, Julia Klodzinski and Megan Gates each scored one.

Roy-Hart defeated Wilson 25-18, 25-14, 25-22 and Newfane downed Medina 25-20, 25-10, 25-16 in N-O volleyball matches this evening.

Kylie Poynter had 3 aces for Medina as Ki’Mani Poole and Lorelei Sanders both had 2, Destiny Richardson, Maddy Rutledge and Gabby Flores-Medina each had 2 kills.