W-C cagers top Lyndonville; Kendall bows
Unable to overcome an early 12 point deficit, Lyndonville dropped a 49-42 decision to visiting Wheatland-Chili this evening in a Genesee Region League boys game.
Scoring the game’s first nine points, Wheatland-Chili went on to hold a 12 point, 19-7, advantage at the end of the opening quarter, a lead the Wildcats never relinquished.
Down by 10, 26-16, at the half, Lyndonville did cut the deficit to nine, 29-20 early in the third period after layups by Matt Hess and Zach Johnson.
However,W-C answered with an 8-2 run to close the period, including 6 by Adam Lund, to regain a 15 point, 37-22, advantage at the three-quarter mark
Lyndonville though did come battling back outpointing W-C 20-12 in the final stanza including 7 by Nathan Dillenbeck and 4 by Johnson.
The Tigers cut the deficit to six, 44-38, with just over a minute to go after a three by Kane Flynn but could get no closer at the Wildcats’ final five points came from the free throw line.
Lund and Anthony Rosado both scored 15, Will Gebhardt 9 and Kevin Bayly-Henshaw 8 to lead the way for W-C.
Hess scored 10, Dillenbeck and Nathan Poler 9, Johnson and Flynn 6 and Ricky Forder 2 for Lyndonville.
Notre Dame 64, Kendall 48
Nico Zambito, Ryan Moffat and Spencer Misiti each scored 13 points to lead Notre Dame past host Kendall 64-48 in a G-R contest. Zambito also had 15 rebounds and Moffat 8.
Nate Warters scored 15, Hunter Menze 14 and Mickey Gardner 8 for Kendall, which is now 2-4.
Improving to 6-0, Notre Dame held leads of 18-10 after one quarter, 39-25 at the half and 50-40 at the three-quarter mark.
Wilson 65, Roy-Hart 49
Leading by a narrow 42-39 margin, Wilson outscored host Roy-Hart 23-10 in the decisive final period to claim a 65-49 Niagara-Orleans League victory.
Mac Musall scored 9 of his game high 19 points and Nate Fox 7 of his 15 lead lead that late surge for Wilson which also got 13 on the night from Jake Miller.
Jake Bruning scored 16 and Charlie Bruning 13 for Roy-Hart which trailed by only three, 27-24, at the half.
Wilson is now 2-0 and Roy-Hart 0-2 in N-O action.
Wilson 49, Roy-Hart 33
Ellie Todd and Megan Washington each scored 10 for Roy-Hart in the 49-33 N-O loss to Wilson.
Wilson is now 1-2 and R-H -2 in league action.