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Tiger cagers score win over Bees

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 20 January 2016 at 12:00 am

Lyndonville used a fast start and a strong finish to earn a 69-60 victory over host Byron-Bergen this evening in a Genesee Region League contest.

Eddie Schildt poured in 26 points, Corey Hydock 21, Nick Hinkson 13, Eric Neace 7 and Jacob Hoffee 2 for Lyndonville which improves to 8-2 in G-R action and 11-4 overall.

Brandon Burke scored 24 and Collin Noeth 19 for Byron-Bergen.

Lyndonville jumped out to a 20-17 first period lead as Hydock tallied 10, including two threes, and Schildt 5.

However, Byron-Bergen answered with a 16-5 second period scoring surge to rally into a 33-25 lead at the half.

Lyndonville though got right back into the game by putting together an 18-11 third period scoring edge to close to within one at 44-43. Schildt tallied 9, Hydock 5 and Hinkson 4 to key that Tigers rally.

Keeping the momentum, Lyndonville then outscored the Bees 26-16 in the final period to rally for the win. Schildt scored 8, Hinkson and Hydock 6 and Neace 4 to lead the Tigers balanced attack during that stretch.

Hinkson had a key steal and basket to put Lyndonville up by three and a three by Hydock with 1:20 to go boosted the Tigers advantage to eight. Hinkson then made four clutch free throws to lock up the win.

“We really responded well,” said Lyndonville Coach Lee Dillenbeck. “We played good defense and we spread out the scoring.”

Pembroke 49, Kendall 45
Pembroke used a big third period scoring surge to key a 49-45 victory over host Kendall.

Trailing 27-16 at the half, Pembroke used a big 17-6 scoring edge in the decisive third period to rally into a 33-33 tie. The Dragons then outscored the Eagles 16-12 down the stretch to claim the win.

Zack VonKramer led Pembroke with a game high 19 points.

Jacob Ramsdell scored 15 and Nick Manners 11 to pace Kendall. Manners also had 7 rebounds and Ramsdell 6 rebounds and 6 blocks.

Kendall jumped out to leads of 20-5 after one quarter and 27-16 at the half as Ramdell tallied 13 and Brandon Miller 8 during that stretch.

Notre Dame 68, Holley 36
A big third period scoring burst likewise keyed host Notre Dame to a 68-36 victory over Holley.

Holley opened the third period with a 5-0 run on a layup by Isiah Flow and a three by Nick Passarell to cut the Notre Dame lead to eight at 33-25.

However, Notre Dame answered with a press aided 21-2 run to close the period and regain control. Tyler Prospero, who had a game high 23 points on the night, hit three threes to lead that Irish uprising.

Passarell scored 15 and Dylan Hillabush 13 for Holley which trailed 17-5 after one period and 33-20 at the half. Passarell also had 7 rebounds and 5 assists and Derek McArthur 7 rebounds and 5 assists.