Tigers down host Hawks; Lancers top Eagles

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 15 February 2021 at 7:56 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Lyndonville’s Anthony Moule looks for a shot during this evening’s game at Holley as Broek Ostrom (2), Andrew Drecshel (22) and Mason Neale (10) defend for the host Hawks. Moving in for Lyndonville is Casey Winiecki (3).

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.

Holley’s Charlie Turpyn puts up a shot as Nathan Dillenbeck defends for Lyndonville.

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.

Lyndonville’s Casey Winiecki tries for a layup surrounded by the Holley trio of Andrew Dreschel (22), Mason Neale (10) and Charlie Turpyn (12).

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.