Tigers rebound to top Bees; Eagles win
Getting back onto the winning track, Lyndonville used a big second quarter scoring surge to key a 76-63 victory over visiting Byron-Bergen in a Genesee Region League game this evening.
Nathan Dillenbeck poured in a game high 25 points, including seven threes, to spark the attack for Lyndonville which rebounded from a 55-40 loss to Alexander and improve to 7-1 in the league and 11-1 overall.
Zach Johnson also tallied 19, Nathan Poler 13, Matt Hess 6, Nathan Hydock and Casey Winecki 5, Russ Stephens 2 and Kane Flynn 1 for the Tigers.
Anthony DiQuattro scored 17, Lucas Stucchio 15 and Chad Green 10 to lead Byron-Bergen.
Lyndonville grabbed a narrow 22-17 lead at the end of a sea-saw opening period which saw three ties and five lead changes. Dillenbeck hit two threes and Poler had a three and a layup to lead the Tigers during that stretch as Johnson and Hydock both chipped in with a pair of baskets.
Keeping the hot hand, Dillenbeck then had four threes and a layup to lead Lyndonville’s decisive 22-6 second period scoring surge. Hess and Poler also both made layups in the stanza which finished with the Tigers up by 21, 44-23, at the half.
Johnson had a layup, a three and a layup off a steal to help boost the Lyndonville advantage to 22, 53-31, midway through the third period.
The Tigers maintained a 19 point, 58-39, lead at the three-quarter mark.
A three by Dillenbeck along with layups by Hess, Johnson and Hess kept Lyndonville up by 21, 67-46, midway through the final stanza.
Byron-Bergen did close with a 17-9 run but the Bees could get no closer than 10.
Kendall 56, Pembroke 47
Kendall used some clutch free throw shooting down the stretch to down host Pembroke 56-47 in another G-R contest.
John Rath made 5 free throws and Dale Steffen and Mason Kuhn both made 2 down the stretch to help the Eagles lock up the win.
Rath finished with 18 points, Nate Warters 14, Hunter Menze 11, Steffen 6, Kuhn 4 and Derek Edick 3. Edick also grabbed off 10 rebounds.
Ben Perry scored 16 and Noah Godzala 13 for Pembroke.
Kendall used a 19-11 second period scoring edge to rally into a 28-22 lead at the half.
Notre Dame 72, Holley 33
Spencer Misiti scored 18, Colin McCulley 15 and Gabe McDonald 13 to lead Notre Dame to a 72-33 win over host Holley in a G-R game.
Carson Major scored 8 for Holley.