Tigers down host Hawks; Lancers top Eagles
Steadily pulling away over the first three quarters, Lyndonville went on to post a 58-43 victory over host Holley this evening in a Genesee Region League boys basketball game.
Nathan Dillenbeck scored a game high 24 points to lead the way for Lyndonville as Noah Poler added 15, Casey Winiecki 7, Anthony Moule and Russell Stephens 5 each and Mason Nicholson 2.
Broek Ostron paced Holley with 20 as Mason Neale and James Tette each added 8, Erik Lang 5 and Charlie Turpyn 2.
Trailing 12-10, Lyndonville moved on top to stay by closing the opening period with a 10-0 run. A three by Poler ignited that uprising which also included a three by Dillenbeck and layups off steals by Poler and Winiecki as the Tigers grabbed a 20-12 lead they never relinquished.
Lyndonville upped the lead to 14, 33-19, at the half, a second quarter capped off by a three by Dillenbeck who had a total of nine in the period.
The Tigers then pulled away to a 24 point, 50-26, advantage after a big 17-7 third period scoring edge which included a three and a layup off a steal by Dillenbeck and a rebound bucket and a jumper by Winiecki.
Holley did put together a 13-0 run in the final period, including seven by Ostrom, but the Hawks could get no closer than 12 at 53-41.
The Tigers improve to 2-1 and the Hawks slips to 1-3.
Lyndonville next visits Alexander and Holley travels to Pembroke on Wednesday.
Elba 58, Kendall 30
Building up a 31-15 halftime advantage, Elba went on to defeat visiting Kendall 58-30 in another G-R contest.
Caleb Scouten took game high honors for Elba with 19.
Quante Gillians had 11 points and 14 rebounds and Derek Edick 8 points for Kendall.
Kendall, which is now 0-4, next hosts Notre Dame on Wednesday.