W-C cagers top Lyndonville

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 10 December 2013 at 12:00 am

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Lyndonville’s Ty Hrovat (10) drives to the basket against Wheatland-Chili’s Kyle Smith (15) during the host Tigers home court loss this evening.

Jumping out to a 16 point first quarter lead, a speedy Wheatland-Chili quintet went on to defeat host Lyndonvile 63-43 this evening in a Genesee Region League game.

Andre Gully scored 7 of his 13 points, Tyler Roberts 6 of his game high 18 and Howard McLendon 6 of his 8 in the opening quarter to spark W-C out to a 22-6 lead.

W-C went on to lead by margins of 37-20 at the half and 54-25 at the three-quarter mark.

Justin Edwards and Patrick Hinkson both scored 7 and Nick Hickson 6 for Lyndonville.

Evan Milleville, Ty Hrovat and Trevor Bentley each added 4 for the Tigers as Phillip Gresham and Jonathan Marciszewski had 3 and Austin Buckland and Brandon Schoolcraft 2.

Barker 77, Elba 47
Senior Jacob Haight surpassed the 1,000 point career scoring mark to highlight host Barker’s 77-47 victory over Elba this evening in a non league game.

Haight scored 21 on the night to up his four-year career total to 1,018. Needing just three to reach the milestone, he scored 8 in the first quarter and 7 more in the second to spark the Raiders out to leads of 23-9 and 45-19.

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Lyndonville’s Justin Edwards (2) drives against Rodney Roberts (22) of W-C.

Mitch Luckman added 14 points and Bryce Moeller 12 for the Raiders.

Attica 55, Kendall 54 OT
Host Attica rallied from a 17 point deficit to nip Kendall 55-54 in overtime in a G-R contest.

Alex Sutphen scored 16 and Mookie Nauden 9 for Kendall.

Girls Basketball

Wilson 53, Roy-Hart 16
Four-time defending champion Wilson opened defense of its Niagara-Orleans League title with a 53-16 victory over visiting Roy-Hart this evening.

Dana Smith had 17 points and 10 rebounds and Emily Lasher 13 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 5 steals to lead the way for Wilson which led 17-3 after one quarter and 29-8 at the half.