Tigers diamond title highlights Lyndonville’s year
2014: The Year In Review
Posting a near perfect 12-1 record, Lyndonville captured the Genesee Region League Division 2 baseball championship.
Lyndonville, which earned the No. 1 seed for the Section V Class DD playoffs, finished the season with a school record 19 wins against only two losses. The second of those losses was a 12-5 setback at the hands of Arkport in the semifinals of the Section V Class DD playoffs.
The Lyndonville softball squad also had a big spring going 15-4 and finishing second in the Section V Class D1 playoffs. The Lady Tigers defeated Hammondsport 8-2 and Elba 12-7 before bowing 9-2 to Arkport in the title contest.
Lyndonville’s Tony Recco captured both the Class B and Section V wrestling titles and went on to place third at the state small schools championships.
The Tiger matmen also had Dustin Joy win a Class B title while Devon Joy placed third at the state qualifier, Jeff Gress Jr. fifth and Tom Follman 6th.
Three Tiger athletes, Steven Anderson, Brian Anderson and James Ianni, were the top scorers on the merged Medina/Lyndonville boys soccer team which captured the Niagara-Orleans League title for the first time.