A quick two goal scoring burst in the first 10 minutes ignited Kendall to a 7-1 victory over Lyndonville/Medina in a Genesee Region League girls soccer game this evening at Vets Park.
The Lady Eagles grabbed the quick 2-0 lead as Madison Jacob scored at 34:28 off an assist from Brianna Wakefield and then Wakefield scored at 30:33.
Midway through the half a goal by Regan VanDusen from Angelia Aguirre at 19:53 upped the Kendall advantage to 3-0.
Ella Lewis interrupted with a goal for Lyndonville/Medina at the 16:16 mark but Kendall got that one back with interest before half-time.
Aguirre scored a goal at 13:03 and then assisted on a tally by Megan Gates with 2:36 remaining to give the Lady Eagles a commanding 5-1 lead at the half.
Kendall also had a fast finish with two goals in the final five minutes of the second half.
Alezya Brown tallied with 5:16 remaining and Grace Levett with 3:20 to go.
Kendall is now 4-4-1 and Lyndonville/Medina 2-8 in G-R action.
Holley 1, Oakfield-Alabama/Elba 1 (OT)
Holley battled to a 1-1 double overtime tie with host Oakfield-Alabama/Elba this evening in another G-R contest.
Halee Passarell scored Holley’s goal off an assist from Samantha Bates in the first half which ended tied at 1-1.
Holley is now 7-1-2 on the season.
A lone first half goal proved to be just enough for Newfane to nip host Roy-Hart 1-0 this evening and knock the Rams out of the Niagara-Orleans League boys soccer lead.
The loss drops Roy-Hart to 6-3 as idle Akron takes over first place at 6-2-1. Newfane improves to 5-4.
Both Roy-Hart and Akron have one game remaining on the N-O schedule. Roy-Hart visits Wilson a 6:30 p.m. Friday and Akron hosts Newfane at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Wilson, evened its record at 4-4 with a 4-0 win at Albion which slips to 0-9.
Improving to 7-2, Holley outlasted visiting Byron-Bergen/Elba 2-1 in double overtime this evening in a Genesee Region League boys soccer game.
Cameron Bates scored the game winner for the Hawks with four minutes to go in the second 10 minute overtime period off an assist from Kayden Servais.
Nathan Nothnagle scored Holley’s first goal in the second half as JJ Strathern earned the assist.
In another G-R contest, Attica downed Kendall 1-0.
Defending champion Medina/Lyndonville’s bid to repeat as Niagara-Orleans League boys soccer champions suffered a setback this afternoon as the Mustangs played to a rainy 1-1 double overtime tie at Akron.
The tie drops the Mustangs to 4-3-1 and a game and a half behind front-running Roy-Hart (6-2) with only two games remaining. The Mustangs finish the N-O season with home games agains rival Albion on Friday and against Wilson on November 5.
The tie also drops Akron to 6-2-1 and a half game behind Roy-Hart with just one game to play.
Interestingly, Newfane, while virtually out of the title race at 4-4, will still play a major role in deciding who does claim the crown as the Panthers finish with games at Roy-Hart on Wednesday evening and at home against Akron on Saturday.
Akron jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead on a goal by Joseph Abrams just 10 minutes into the first half.
Medina/Lyndonville battled back to knot the contest when Casey Winiecki scored midway through the second half.
Neither team could then find the net over the final 20 minutes of regulation play or in 10 minute overtime periods as the game finished in the dark.
Undefeated (9-0) front-running Akron blanked Medina 9-0 this evening in a Niagara-Orleans League field hockey game at Vets Park.
Lacey Berghorn scored 5 goals and Olivia McClaine 4 to lead the way for Akron.
Medina is now 2-5-2.
Runner-up Barker improved to 7-1 with a 2-0 win over Wilson (2-7).
Laci Giarla scored late in the first quarter for what proved to be the game winner for Barker as Natalie Bruning added an insurance tally late in the third quarter.
Roy-Hart improved its record to 6-3-1 by shutting out Newfane (1-8) 3-0 on goals by Ashton Becker, Lexiss Diel and Justine Laverty.
Three unanswered second half goals powered Holley to a 5-2 victory over visiting Alexander this evening in a Genesee Region League girls soccer game.
Breaking away from a 2-2 deadlock Holley got two goals from Kayleigh Neale and one from Samantha Bates in the second half to claim the win.
Hayley Skidmore and Allison Lyndaker scored in the first half for Holley which improves to 7-1-1.
Wheatland-Chili 2, Kendall 1
Host Wheatland-Chili trimmed Kendall 2-1 in a G-R contest as Niyah Rosado scored both goals.
Brianna Wakefield scored for Kendall which is now 3-4-1.
Attica 4, Lyndonville/Medina 2
Tessa Boyce scored off an assist from Gracie Johnson and Ella Lewis netted the other goal for Lyndonville/Medina in the 4-2 G-R loss at Attica.
Jumping out to big first half leads, Albion and Roy-Hart both scored road victories this afternoon in Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer competition.
Roy-Hart improved to 6-2 by defeating Barker 4-0 and Albion boosted its record to 5-3 by downing Akron 5-2.
Roy-Hart built up a 3-0 half-time advantage on two goals by Kara Choate and one by Ava Owens. Choate also netted the Lady Rams lone second half goal.
Albion likewise built up a commanding 4-1 half-time lead on two goals by Abby Scanlan and one by Claire Squicciarini who also had two assists on the afternoon.
Scanlan and Nikki Creasey added second half goals to help lock up the win for the Purple Eagles.
Kara Sequin and Natalie Karmazyn scored the goals for Akron which slips to 2-5-1.
Wilson 3, Newfane 2
Undefeated (8-0) Wilson downed visiting rival Newfane 32 this evening to clinch at least a tie for the N-O title.
Lilly O’Lay, Leah Cloy and Rian Faery scored the goals for Wilson.
Anna Chunco scored both goals for Newfane which is now 2-5-1.
The fall high school sports season heads into the stretch run this coming week with key tests on tap to help determine league soccer, field hockey and cross-country titles.
In Niagara-Orleans League boys soccer action, Medina/Lyndonville (4-3) looks to remain in the thick of the title chase as the Mustangs visit co-leader Akron (6-2) at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Mustangs will also host rival Albion at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
Roy-Hart, which shares the league lead at 6-2, hosts Newfane (4-4) in another key game at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
In Genesee Region League boys soccer, Kendall will host front-running Attica (6-1-1) at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and visit rival runner-up Holley (6-2) at 1 p.m. Saturday. Holley also hosts Wheatland-Chili (4-3-1) in another key game at 7 p.m. Thursday.
The N-O field hockey lead will be at stake as undefeated (8-0) Akron hosts defending champion Barker (6-1) at 10 a.m. Saturday.
The N-O cross-country champions will be determined at the All-League meet on Saturday at Barker at 11 a.m. The defending champion Newfane boys and girls teams again lead the way after both went 6-0 during the dual meet portion of the season.
Girls Soccer: Roy-Hart at Barker, Albion at Akron, Lyndonville/Medina at Attica, 4:30 p.m.; Newfane at Wilson, 6:30 p.m.; Kendall at Wheatland-Chili, Alexander at Holley, 7 p.m.
Boys Soccer: Medina/Lyndonville at Akron, Attica at Kendall, 4:30 p.m.; Byron-Bergen at Holley, 7 p.m.
Field Hockey: Newfane at Roy-Hart, Barker at Wilson, 4:30 p.m.; Akron at Medina, 7 p.m.
Boys Soccer: Albion at Wilson, Newfane at Roy-Hart, 6:30 p.m.
Girls Soccer: Holley at Oakfield-Alabama/Elba, Kendall vs. Lyndonville/Medina, 7 p.m. at Medina
Boys Soccer: Wheatland-Chili at Holley, Kendall at Pembroke, 7 p.m.
Girls Soccer: Akron at Barker, 4:30 p.m.; Newfane at Roy-Hart, Wilson at Albion, 6:30 p.m.
Field Hockey: Roy-Hart at Barker, Akron at Wilson, 4:30 p.m.; Kenmore at Medina, 5 p.m.
Boys Soccer: Albion at Medina/Lyndonville, Roy-Hart at Wilson, 6:30 p.m.
Girls Soccer: Holley at Attica, 4:30 p.m.; Alexander at Kendall, Lyndonville/Medina at Pembroke, 7 p.m.
Boys Soccer: Kendall at Holley, Akron at Newfane, 1 p.m.
Girls Soccer: Albion at Barker, Akron at Newfane, 10 a.m.
Field Hockey: Barker at Akron, 10 a.m.; Medina at Newfane, 12 p.m.; Wilson at Kenmore, 1 p.m.
Cross-Country: N-O All-League meet at Barker, 11 a.m.
Boys Soccer: Akron 6-2, Roy-Hart 6-2, Medina/Lyndonville 4-3, Newfane 4-4, Wilson 3-4, Albion 0-8
Girls Soccer: Wilson 7-0, Roy-Hart 5-2, Albion 4-3, Akron 2-4-1, Newfane 2-4-1, Barker 0-7
Field Hockey: Akron 8-0, Barker 6-1, Roy-Hart 4-3-1, Medina 2-3-2, Wilson 2-5, Kenmore 1-5-1, Newfane 1-6
Boys Cross-Country: Newfane 6-0, Medina 5-1, Barker 4-2, Akron 3-3, Albion 2-4, Wilson 1-5, Roy-Hart 0-6
Girls Cross-Country: Newfane 6-0, Akron 5-1, Barker 3-3, Wilson 3-3, Albion 2-4, Medina 2-4, Roy-Hart 0-6
Boys Soccer: Attica 6-1-1, Holley 6-2, Wheatland-Chili 4-3-1, Kendall 4-4, Byron-Bergen/Elba 2-6, Pembroke 1-7
Girls Soccer Division 1: Holley 6-1-1, Wheatland-Chili 5-3, Byron-Bergen 4-4, Oakfield-Alabama/Elba 4-3, Kendall 3-3-1
Girls Soccer Division 2: Alexander 5-3, Notre Dame 4-3, Pembroke 3-5, Lyndonville/Medina 2-6, Attica 1-6
Coming on strong down the stretch, Holley rallied to trim host Byron-Bergen 2-1 in overtime this evening in a Genesee Region League girls soccer game.
Holley rallied to tie the game at 1-1 on a goal by Samantha Bates with just seven minutes to go in the second half off an assist from Allyson Skehan.
The Lady Hawks then claimed the victory when Bates scored in overtime off an assist from Hayley Skidmore.
Improving to 6-1-1, Holley next host Alexander at 7 p.m. Monday.
Wheatland-Chili 5, Lyndonville/Medina 2
Up 2-1 at the half, host Wheatland-Chili went on to defeat Lyndonvllle/Medina 5-2 this evening in another G-R contest.
Lyndonville/Medina’s goals were scored by Ella Lewis and Gracie Johnson off an assist from Kaylee Nesbitt.
Avenging an earlier season overtime loss (2-1), Albion used a pair of unanswered second half goals to defeat visiting Roy-Hart 3-1 in a Niagara-Orleans League girls soccer game this evening.
Albion jumped out to a 1-0 lead 12 minutes into the first half as Abby Scanlan scored off an assist from Nikki Creasey.
Roy-Hart rallied to knot the score when Kara Choate tallied with nine minutes to go in the half off an assist from Ada Livergood.
However, Albion claimed the win on a pair of second half goals by Scanlan off assists first from Kenzi Hapeman and then from Claire Squicciarini.
Albion improves to 4-3 and Roy-Hart is 5-2.
Wilson 4, Akron 3
Front-running Wilson remained undefeated at 7-0 with a 4-3 win over Akron which slips to 2-4-1.
Lilly O’Lay scored two goals for Wilson as Meg Musall and Kenzi Beyer each added one.
Kara Sequin, Samantha Bellis and Natalie Karmazyn scored the goals for Wilson.
Newfane 4, Barker 0
Liza MacFarlane scored two goals and Sophia Tronolone and Angelina DiTullio each added one to lead Newfane (2-4-1) to a 4-0 win over Barker (0-7).
Exploding for five goals in the first 20 minutes, Medina/Lyndonville went on to defeat Central Christian Academy 7-0 in a non league boys soccer game this afternoon at Lyndonville.
Casey Winiecki ignited the Mustangs early scoring barrage with a goal just five minutes in.
Dan Mandujano followed up with two quick tallies at the 9 and 11 minute marks.
Nate Dillenbeck then capped off the barrage with goals at the 15 and 20 minute marks.
Dillenbeck also scored the Mustangs final two goals in the second half as Madujano and AJ Seefeldt earned the assists.
Now at 6-3 overall, the Mustangs next visit Akron on Tuesday for a key Niagara-Orleans League game. The Mustangs are 4-3 and Akron 6-2 in league competition.
Taking over sole possession of first place, defending champion Newfane bested Medina 22-35 in a key regular season ending Niagara-Orleans League boys cross country tri-meet this morning at Albion.
Newfane finishes the regular season at 6-0 and Medina 5-1.
Newfane also downed Albion 20-43 and Medina topped Albion 20-41.
A 3-4-5- finish by the trio of Nick Baes, Jayden Reynolds and Connor Cuzzacrea sparked Newfane to the win.
Medina’s Cameron Castanon won the race in 18:34 as Albion’s Reuben Rivers finished second. Click here to view the start and finish of the boys race.
In the girls race, defending champion Newfane defeated Medina 15-50 and Albion 16-45 to finish the regular season 6-0.
Newfane’s Kylie Bowman, who won the race in 20:59, led a quarter of Lady Panthers who were first to cross the finish line.
Albion also downed Medina 19-41.
Alanna Holman finished fifth for Albion.
In the another N-O meets Barker defeated Wilson 15-48 in the boys race and Wilson nipped Barker 27-28 in the girls’ race. Akron swept Roy-Hart winning the boys’ race 24-33 and the girls’ competition 16-47.
Barker had the top finisher in both races in Carla Stoloski and Mason Allee-Castro.
Roy-Hart’s Jay Heideman won the boys’ race and Akron’s Lauren Wagner the girls’ race.
Boys Standings: Newfane 6-0, Medina 5-1, Barker 4-2, Akron 3-3, Albion 2-4, Wilson 1-5, Roy-Hart 0-6
Girls Standings: Newfane 6-0, Akron 5-1, Barker 3-3, Wilson 3-3, Albion 2-4, Medina 2-4, Roy-Hart 0-6
A pair of unanswered second half goals earned defending champion Barker a 3-1 victory over Medina this morning in a Niagara-Orleans League field hockey game at Vets Park.
Breaking away from a 1-1 deadlock, Rachel Sutter scored what proved to be the game winning goal for Barker three minutes into the third quarter.
Mia Herman later added a big insurance goal for the Lady Raiders when she scored with 10 minutes to go in the fourth quarter.
Barker also scored first as Ella Gooding tallied with 1:12 to go in the second quarter.
However, Medina answered right back as Alex Strong scored the tying goal with just one second to go in the quarter off an assist from Abi Blount.
Barker improves to 6-1 while Medina is 2-4-2.
Regaining the .500 mark at 3-3-1, Kendall blanked visiting Oakfield-Alabama/Elba 3-0 this morning in a Genesee Region League girls soccer game.
Brianna Wakefield gave Kendall a 2-0 lead with goals at the 9 and 22 minute marks of the first half, the second coming off an assist from Madison Jacob.
Jacob later gave the Lady Eagles an insurance goal when she tallied on a penalty kick in the second half.
Kailie Regan made 3 saves to earn the shutout in goal.