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Kendall nets win over Pembroke

 

Contributed Story, Posted 30 April 2016

Kendall bested Pembroke 4-1 Friday in a Genesee Region League tennis match.


Straight set wins at the first two singles positions by Collin Lewis and James Longrod sparked Kendall to the victory.


The Eagles also got victories by the doubles teams of Cameron Zinsmeister - Matthew Murray and Christopher Butlin - Jenna LoSapio.

 

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Lady Rams romp in non league contest

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 30 April 2016

Pounding out a total of 21 hits, Roy-Hart rolled to a 16-5 victory over visiting Attica today in a non league softball game.


Maddie Fry, Jamie Bower and Lexie Lovewell each had 4 hits for the Lady Rams as Maddy Glena, Kayla Brown, Jayden Townsend and Ashley Hill each chipped in with 2. Glena, whose hits included a triple, had 4 RBIs.


Roy-Hart scored 4 quick runs in the first inning to get rolling as Townsend and Bower both had RBI singles and Rachael Rausch a run producing sacrifice.

 

Depew Tournament
Medina bowed to Depew 10-0 and to North Tonawanda 12-9 today in the Depew Tournament.


Emily Kams had a pair of triples and Alisha Scroger a home run for the Mustangs against NT.

 

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Albion softball squad tops Lake Placid

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Albion's Ellen Narburgh slides safely into third base ahead of a tag by Lake Placid's Emily Jesmer. The action took place during the host Purple Eagles win over the Lady Bombers this morning.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 30 April 2016

Scoring in each of the first four innings, Albion went on to post an 8-2 victory over visiting Lake Placid this morning in a non league softball game.


Ashley Bocach had 3 hits and Ellen Narburgh 2 to lead the attack for Albion which improves to 8-4. Narburgh also split the pitching duties in the circle with Skyler Smith.


Albion took the lead for good by scoring two quick runs in the first inning on a fielders choice play off the bat of Meghan Hurley and a wild pitch. Singles by Bocach and Kassidy Hastings set up the opportunity.

Albion catcher Kelsee Soule makes a diving catch of a foul ball for an out.

 

The Purple Eagles made it 5-0 in the second inning as a sacrifice fly by Sierra Newton, a single by Bocach and a wild pitch plated the three runs. A single by Narburgh and an error ignited the uprising.


Smith and Bocach tacked on RBI singles in the third inning and an unearned tally in the fourth upped the lead to 8-0.

Albion second baseman Sierra Newton tries to turn a double play as Lake Placid's Morgan Meyer heads to second base.

 

Lake Placid scored twice in the seventh on fielders choice plays off the bats of Mia Kennedy and Elaina Smith.


Morgan Meyer also had a pair of hits on the day and Madison Gifford a double for the Lady Bombers.


Albion next visits Newfane on Monday in a Niagara-Orleans League game.

Skyler Smith delivers a pitch for Albion.

 

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Huge inning powers Mustangs to win over Purple Eagles

Roy-Hart sweeps pair from CSAT

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Albion's Randy Eblacker slides safely into home before Medina catcher Justin Morgan can make the tag. The action took place during the Mustangs wild 14-10 win over the host Purple Eagles this afternoon.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 29 April 2016

A marathon 13 run third inning scoring explosion keyed Medina to a 14-10 victory over host Albion this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League baseball game.


Trailing 4-0, Medina moved on top to stay at 13-4 in the decisive third inning which included two-run singles by Lucas Porter and Jared Zinkievich, an RBI single by Alex Allis, 7 walks, 3 errors, a single by Brett Riemer and an RBI sacrifice fly by Justin Morgan.


Allbion did battle back with a five-run fifth inning highlighted by a three-run triple by Nate Moore, an RBI double by Brady Meakin and a run producing single by Jared Fearby but the Purple Eagles would get no closer than 14-10.


The loss drops Albion to 7-2 and a game behind Roy-Hart which improved to 8-1 by sweeping a doubleheader from CSAT by scores of 14-0 and 13-0.

Albion's Bryce Pritchard attempts to tag Medina's Brad McPherson at second base.


The Purple Eagles also got the bases loaded in both the sixth and seventh innings but managed only a single run during that stretch.


Albion had grabbed the quick 4-0 lead in the first inning on RBI doubles by Evan Pappalardo and Randy Eblacker along with run producing singles by Bryce Pritchard and Kyle Smith.


Allis, Riemer and Brian Fry each had two hits for Medina.


Meakin had three base raps for Albion as Pappalardo, Eblacker, Moore, Smith and Fearby each had two.


Medina is now 4-5 in N-O action.

Jared Zinkievich delivers a pitch for Medina.

 

Roy-Hart 14-13, CSAT 0-0
Roy-Hart got a complete game no hit pitching performance from Charlie Bruning in the first game of the twin bill against CSAT. He struck out 4 as the Rams won 14-0.


Justin Heschke had 3 hits and Brendan Hess and Al Xapsos 2 each to lead the Rams at the plate.


In the second game, Joe Nolan hurled a 2 hitter with 3 strikeouts in six innings of work on the mound as Roy-Hart won 13-0.


Jake Bruning had a two-run single and Ben Maynard an RBI triple to highlight the Rams attack which also included a pair of hits by Andy Xapsos.

 

Wilson 7, Barker 2
Nick Pawlak hit a three-run homer to highlight Wilson's (4-4) 7-2 win over Barker (5-4).

 

Newfane 11, Akron 3
Newfane (1-7) bested Akron (2-7) 11-3 as Will Newton hurled a 3 hitter with 11 strikeouts.


Tyler Jurek led the Panthers at the plate with 3 hits and 4 RBIs.

 

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Mustang netters top Rams

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 29 April 2016

Improving to 8-1, Medina scored a 4 1/2-1 victory over Roy-Hart this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League tennis match.

 

The loss drops Roy-Hart to 1-7.


Singles: Kristian Snyder (M) def. Elliot Spitzer 6-0, 6-1; Tristan Sanders (M) def. Patrick Sheelar 4-6, 6-4, 6-1; Angelina Ciarfella (RH) def. Brandon Harris 7-5, 6-1.
Doubles: Kyla Leno - Mike Cardone (M) def. Rachel Hutter - Connor Heiser 6-0, 6-1; Nick Bogan - Ray Paull (M) def. Desree Taylor - Aspen Moore 6-0, 6-0; Charles Beach - Cory Strickland (M) def. Sean O'Grady - Caleb Reith 6-0, 6-0.


Wheatland-Chili 4, Holley 1
Brady Smith at first singles dscored the lone point for Holley in the Hawks 4-1 Genesee Region League loss to Wheatland-Chili.

 

Golf
Churchville-Chili 237, Kendall 253

Evan Gaesser took medalist honors with a 38 and Jake Adams added a 43 for Kendall in the Eagles 237-253 non league loss to Churchville-Chili.

 

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Medina nips Albion in N-O softball

Photo by Cheryl Wertman
Albion's Brylie Hapeman is tagged out at second base by Medina's Alisha Scroger during the Mustangs narrow 2-1 over the host Purple Eagles this afternoon.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 29 April 2016

Medina pushed across a run in the top of the seventh inning to edge past host Albion 2-1 this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League softball game.


An error, walk, stolen base and passed ball combined to produce the decisive run as Medina improves to 4-3 in N-O action.


Albion did get the leadoff runner aboard in the bottom of the seventh on a single by Ellen Narburgh but the Medina defense turned in a clutch double play from Destiny Satkowski to Haylee Cogovan to quickly shutdown the rally.


Medina jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead in the first inning as Satkowski singled and came home on an error.


Albion knotted the contest with a run in the fifth frame on a pair of errors.


Meghan Hurley had a triple and Narburgh a double on the afternoon for the Purple Eagles but both were left stranded.


In the circle, Medina pitcher Emily Kams allowed 3 hits and struck out 6 while Albion hurler Kelsee Soule gave up 1 hit and struck out 13.


The loss drops Albion to 5-4.


Medina also defeated Albion 26-3 in the JV game as Brooklyn Brown and Camri King both had 3 hits.


In the other N-O games, Roy-Hart (7-2) blanked CSAT (0-8) 23-0, Akron (8-1) downed Newfane (5-4) 10-4 and Wilson (2-6) nipped Barker (3-6) 4-3 in 8 inning.


Lexie Lovewell and Ashley Hill combined to hurl a 6 hitter with 7 strikeouts for Roy-Hart.


Kayla Brown and Maddy Glena both had 4 hits and 3 RBIs to lead the Lady Rams at the plate as Brianna Brewer and Jamie Bower both added 2 hits.

 

Abby Stone and Darlon Jonathan both had a pair of hits and Mattie Klein registered 7 strikeouts in the circle for Akron which used a big 6 run third inning to key the win over Newfane.

 

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Medina stickmen down Salamanca

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 29 April 2016

Moving on top to stay in the second quarter, Medina went on to defeat host Salamanca 18-8 this afternoon in a Class C Division lacrosse game.


Trailing 3-2, Medina rallied with a 6-1 second quarter scoring burst to take the lead for good.


Mason Lewis and Jake Cotter both scored a pair of goals during that stretch which also included tallies by Coby Albone and Tyler Howard as Medina rallied into a 8-4 lead at the half.


The Mustangs boosted the lead to 13-5 at the three-quarter mark as Cotter tallied two goals in the third period while Brendan Luthart, Johnny Salone and Lewis each netted 1.


Cotter had a total of 5 goals, Lewis 4, Luthart and Albone 3 each and Howard, Salone and Greg Husung 1 each.


Medina is now 5-7 and Salamanca 4-8.

 

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Purple Eagles edge past Lakemen

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 April 2016

Albion trimmed visiting Wilson 8-5 this afternoon to grab a narrow lead in the Niagara-Orleans League baseball title race.


Albion improves to 7-1 and moves a half game ahead of 6-1 Roy-Hart.


Breaking away from a 5-5 deadlock, Albion regained the lead for good by scoring once in the bottom of the fifth inning on a sacrifice fly by Vincent Zona.


The Purple Eagles then added a pair of insurance runs in the sixth on an RBI single by Brady Meakin and a double steal. Randy Eblacker also had a key hit in the frame.


Wilson had tied the game at 5-5 by scoring twice in the fourth on a two-run single by Brayden Skobjak and once in the fifth on a sacrifice by Jackson Rotella.


Earlier the Lakemen jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning on a double by John Bender and a single by Rotella.


Albion answered back with five runs in the second inning on a two-run double by Jason Downs, a two-run single by Meakin and an RBI single by Evan Pappalardo. Singles by Kyle Smith and Liam Ward ignited the rally.


Downs had a total of 3 hits and Meakin and Pappalardo 2 each.


The loss drops Wilson to 3-4.


Albion next hosts Medina at 4:45 p.m. Friday.

 

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Medina nets key win over Akron

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 April 2016

Staying in the thick of the title race, Medina posted a 3 1/2-2 victory over host Akron this afternoon in a key Niagara-Orleans League tennis match.


Medina improves to 7-1 and stays within a match of undefeated (8-0) front-running Albion while Akron slips into third place at 6-2.


A sweep of the three doubles matches clinched the victory for the Mustangs.

 

Medina 3 1/2, Akron 2
Singles: Kristian Snyder (M) def. Ryan Meek 6-3, 6-2; Nathan Chubb (A) def. Tristan Sanders 6-1, 6-1; Brandon Meek (A) def. Xion Baes 6-2, 6-4.
Doubles: Mike Cardone - Kyla Leno (M) def. Jacob Meyer - Cierra Janis 6-4, 6-4; Nick Bogan - Ray Paull (M) def. Morgan Wagner - Erica Papke 6-0 6-2; Brandon Harris - Charles Beach (M) def. Dustin Earle - Cameron Brooks 6-0, 6-3.


Roy-Hart 4 1/2, Barker 1
Singles: Nick Fazzolari (B) def. Elliot Spitzer 5-7, 6-4, 6-2; Patrick Sheelar (RH) def. Andrew Jenks 6-0, 6-4; Angelina Ciarfella (RH) def. Alexander Israel 7-5, 6-4.
Doubles: Desree Taylor - Aspen Moore (RH) def. Nick Sutch - Christian Young 6-3, 5-7, 6-2; Sean O'Grady - Caleb Reith (RH) def. Marisa Jowdy - Grace Harris 6-2, 6-4; Cameron VanBuren - Mason Collins (RH) def. Natalie Bruning - Maya Gooding 6-4, 1-6, 6-1.

 

Holley 4, Byron-Bergen 1
A sweep of the singles matches by the trio of Brady Smith, Pablo Romero and Cameron Bennage sparked Holley to a 4-1 Genesee Region League victory over Byron-Bergen.


The Hawks also got a win from the second doubles team of Derek McArthur and Jake DeSimone.

 

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Lady Tigers down Lady Hawks

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 April 2016

A big second inning scoring burst sparked Lyndonville to a 20-6 victory over host Holley this afternoon to stay unbeaten at 8-0 in Genesee Region League softball action.


The Lady Tigers took charge by scoring seven times in the decisive second inning highlighted by two-run singles by Miranda Lembcke and Jess Harling and an RBI single by Lisa Boyce.


Harling had a total of 3 hits and 4 RBIs and Lembcke 3 RBIs on the day.


Makenzie Muck earned the win in the circle allowing 4 hits and striking out 4.

 

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Akron track teams sweep Albion;

Medina, Barker split; Wilson tops R-H

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 April 2016

Akron scored a sweep over visiting Albion this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League track meet.


The Tigers won the boys meet in a thriller 71-70 and the girls competition 88-53.


A win in the final event, the 1600 relay, by the foursome of Kyle Full, Ethan Martin, Josh Weigle and Ethan PeQueen earned the Akron boys the narrow victory.


Full was also an individual event double winner in the 800 and 1600 as was Zach Bell in the 400 and the long jump.


Albion's Tre Yaskulski doubled in the 110 hurdles and high jump.


Akron is now 1-1-1 and Albion 1-2.


The Akron girls stayed perfect at 3-0 led by a trio of double winners including Leah Czechowski (100, 200), Margo Henley (1500, 3000) and Henri Jones (shot-out, discus).


Albion's Chanyce Powell won both the long jump and triple jump.


The Purple Eagles are now 2-1.

 

Medina, Barker split
Medina downed visiting Barker 74-67 in the boys meet. The Lady Raiders gained a split by downing the Mustangs 71-69.


Jalin Cooper tripled in the 100, 200 and high jump and Chase Pecoraro in the 110 hurdles, 400 hurdles and pole vault for the Medina boys as Daniel Heil doubled in the 1600 and 3200.


Barker's Jake Arnold doubled in the 800 and triple jump.


The Medina boys are now 2-2 and Barker 0-2-1.


The Barker girls were led by double winner Caitlyn Mason who took the long jump and triple jump.


The Medina girls had a trio of double winers as Trinity Fleck took the 100 and 200, Martha Gardner the 1500 and 3000 and Emma Gardner the shot-put and high jump.


The Barker girls are now 2-1 and Medina 0-4.

 

Wilson sweeps Roy-Hart
Wilson bested Roy-Hart winning the boys meet 80-61 and the girls competition 85-52.


Cody Secor won the 100 and 200 and Mason Secor the shot-put and discus to lead the Wilson boys.


Roy-Hart had Avery Green double in the 1600 and 3200 and John Stoddard in the 110 hurdles and long jump.


Wilson is now 4-0 and Roy-Hart 2-2.


The Wilson girls were paced by a quartet of double winners including Grace Gerber (100 hurdles, 200), Anna Rickard (1500, 3000), Shea Mumkhuysen (shot-put, discus) and Emily Patterson (triple jump, 400).


Wilson improves to 3-1 and Roy-Hart slips to 1-3.

 

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Albion girls hand Akron first loss

Photo by Cheryl Wertman
Meghan Hurley helped to hurl and hit Albion past Akron.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 April 1016

Albion knocked Akron from the ranks of the unbeaten by a narrow 3-2 margin this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League softball game.


Meghan Hurley had a big day both at the plate and in the circle to lead the Purple Eagles.


At the plate, Hurley drove in all three runs with a sacrifice fly in the first inning and a two-run homer in the third. In the circle, she allowed only 3 hits and 1 walk.


Akron's two runs came in the fourth inning ignited by a triple by Abby Stone.


Akron pitcher Mattie Klein allowed only 4 hits.

 

Akron is now 7-1 and Albion 5-3 in N-O action.


Albion next hosts Medina at 4:45 p.m. Friday.

 

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Hawks edge past Tigers in 7th

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Lyndonville catcher Corey Hydock tries to tag out Sam Lammes of Holley/Kendall during the host Tigers loss to the Hawks this afternoon.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 28 April 2016

Holley/Kendall pushed across a pair of runs without the benefit of a hit in the top of the seventh inning to nip host Lyndonville 7-5 this afternoon in a Genesee Region League game.


Breaking away from a 5-5 deadlock, the Hawks scored the decisive two runs on a balk and a wild pitch. A hit batter, a walk and a sacrifice bunt by Justin Parker put runners at second and third to set up the opportunity.


Dylan Hillabush picked up the win on the mound in relief for the Hawks allowing only 1 hit with 7 strikeouts over the final four innings.

Dylan Hillabush delivers a pitch for the Hawks.

 

Holley/Kendall jumped out to an early 4-0 lead by scoring once in the first inning on a sacrifice fly by Hillabush and three times in the second on an RBI single by Collin Papaj and a two-run home run by Nick Passarell.


Lyndonville though got right back in the game by answering back with three runs in the home half of the second on an error, a fielders choice play off the bat of Nolan Donald and a single by Jacob Hoffee.


The Hawks made it 5-3 with an unearned run in the top of the third but again the Tigers answered right back, this time with two runs in the bottom of the frame to knot the contest at 5-5. An error and a single by Cory Hydock plated those runs as hits by Mike Wells, Dawson Joy and Eddie Schildt set up the threat.

Holley/Kendall's Nick Passarell gets congratulations from his teammates after belting a home run.

 

However, the Tigers could not score again as Hillabush took over on the mound and threw shutout ball the rest of the way.


The Tigers did get two runners aboard with two out in the fifth on a pair of walks but could not capitalize as Hillabush registered a clutch inning ending strikeout. He then retired the Tigers in order in the final two frames.


Holley/Kendall is now 4-2 in the league and 7-4 overall while Lyndonville is 3-2 and 7-3.

Lyndonville's Eddie Schildt dives safely back into first base as Holley/Kendall's Zach Vaccarelli waits for the ball.

 

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Holley grad commits to Virginia program

Contribute Photo

Nicole Blackburn

 

Contributed Story, Posted 28 April 2016

Holley High graduate Nicole Blackburn will be committing to Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Va. for the remaining two years of her college basketball eligibility.


Blackburn, who has played the last two years at North Country Community College, plans to complete her Bachelor of Science degree and then study for her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the Murphy Deming College of Health Science in nearby Fishersville, Va.

 

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Akron downs Medina stickmen

Photo by Cheryl Wertman
Medina's Brendan Luthart works to get away from Akron defender Frank Uebelhoer during the Mustangs loss to the division leading Tigers at Vets Park.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 27 April 2016

Frontrunning Akron bested Medina 18-8 at Vets Park this evening to stay perfect at 9-0 in Class C Division lacrosse action.


Jake Abrams scored 6 goals and Owen Hill 4 for Akron which led 6-2 after one quarter, 10-4 at the half and 17-5 at the three-quarter mark.


Jake Cotter scored 3 goals, Mason Lewis and Brendan Luthart 2 each and Coby Albone 1 for Medina which is now 4-7 in division action.

 

The Mustangs next visit Salamanca on Friday.

 

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Frontrunning N-O net trio posts wins

Photo by Cheryl Wertman
Medina's Charles Beach, left, downs Barker's Alexander Israel in third singles action today. The Mustangs downed the host Raiders 5 1/2-0.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 27 April 2016

Albion blanked visiting Roy-Hart 5 1/2-0 this afternoon to maintain sole possession of the Niagara-Orleans League tennis lead at 8-0.

 

Runners-up Medina and Akron both likewise scored shutout wins to stay just a match off the pace at 6-1. Medina bested Barker 5 1/2-0 and Akron downed Newfane 5 1/2-0.

 

Albion 5 1/2, Roy-Hart 0
Singles: Daniel Beam (A) def. Elliot Spitzer 6-2, 6-3; Josh Metzler (A) def. Patrick Sheelar 6-0, 6-0; Dylan Bader (A) def. Angelina Ciarfella 6-0, 6-0.
Doubles: Matt Kovaleski - Emilie Barleben (A) def. Desree Taylor - Aspen Moore 6-1, 6-0; Matt Flanaghan - Victor Benjoysky (A) def. Sean O'Grady - Caleb Reith 6-0, 6-0; Owen Foos - Connor McQuillan (A) def. Cameron VanBuren - Mason Collins.

 

Medina 5 1/2, Barker 0
Singles: Kristian Snyder (M) def. Nick Fazzolari 6-0, 6-1; Tristan Sanders (M) def. Andrew Jenks 6-1, 6-2; Charles Beach (M) def. Alexander Israel 6-3, 6-2.
Doubles: Xion Baes - Mike Cardone (M) def. Nick Sutch - Christian Young 6-0, 6-0; Nick Bogan - Ray Paull (M) def. Mia Gooding - Grace Harris 6-0, 6-0; Brandon Harris - Kyla Leno (M) def. Natalie Bruning - Marisa Jowdy 6-0, 6-0.

 

Akron 5 1/2, Newfane 0
Singles: Ryan Meek (A) def. Terrell Atkins 6-1, 6-0; Nathan Chubb (A) def. Bobby Heers 6-3, 6-1; Brandon Meek (A) def. Nick Heimiller 6-0, 6-2.


Doubles: Jacob Meyer -Cierra Janis (A) def. Cameron Seib - Michelle Schultz 6-2, 6-2; Morgan Wagner - Erica Papke (A) def. Ashley Danve - Austin Smith 6-1, 6-0; Eliza Papke - Morgan Wbowka (A) def. Sarah Nelson - Hayley Bye 6-0, 6-1.

 

Section V Qualifier
Holley's Brady Smith scored a pair of singles victories this afternoon in the Section V qualifier.


The Hawks doubles team of Pablo Romero and Cameron Bennage likewise posted a pair of wins but then bowed in the finals.

 

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Roy-Hart posts key win over Barker; Albion and Medina notch victories

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Roy-Hart first baseman Justin Heschke waits for the throw as Barker's Kyle MacDonald runs to the bag. The action took place during the Rams key win over the host Raiders this afternoon.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 27 April 2016

Completing a home-and-home sweep, Roy-Hart bested host Barker 6-2 this afternoon in a key Niagara-Orleans League baseball game.


Roy-Hart, which also downed Barker 13-2 on Monday at Gasport, improves to 6-1 and remains tied for first place with Albion, a 6-0 victor at Wilson.


Breaking away from a scoreless deadlock, Roy-Hart erupted for five runs in the top of the fifth inning to key the win. Ben Maynard, Andy Xapsos and Eric Fitch all banged out RBI singles and Justin Heschke a run producing double to highlight the decisive uprising.


Barker answered with a pair of runs in the home half of the frame on a two-run single by Cameron Fox but the Raiders could not cross home plate again.


Andy Xapsos had three hits for Roy-Hart, including an RBI double in the sixth, as Maynard, Fitch and Joe Nolan each chipped in with a pair of hits.


Cameron Meadows hurled the first five innings for the Rams allowing 3 hits and striking out 5. Heschke came on to pitch the final two frames and fanned 1.


The loss drops Barker to 5-3 and two games off the pace.

Collin Webb lines up a catch in centerfield for Barker.


Albion 6, Wlson 0

Brady Meakin hurled a 4 hit shut ut with 11 strikeouts to lead Albion past Wilson which slips to 3-3.


Meakin also had a big day at the plate banging out 3 hits as Jason Downs and Randy Eblacker both added a pair of hits.


Albion scored a quick runs in the first inning on a sacrifice fly by Eblacker which followed singles by Downs and Meakin.


The Purple Eagles then tallied three times in the third highlights by a two-run single by Eblcker. Singles by Meakin and Evan Pappalardo set up the threat.

 

Medina 16, Newfane 1
Medina pounded out a total of 16 base hits including three each by Justin Morgan, Alex Allis and Jared Zinkievich along with two apiece by Brad McPherson, Gage Grabowski and Brett Riemer in the 16-1 victory at Newfane.


Lucas Porter went the distance on the mound for the Mustangs scattering 8 hits and striking out 3.


Medina scored 4 quick runs in the first inning as Riemer, Zinkievich and Allis had consecutive RBI singles.


The Mustangs also tallied four times in the third frame highlighted by a two-run double by McPherson and an RBI single by Allis.


Medina broke the game wide open by erupting for five runs in the sixth inning as Morgan had a two-run single and Grabowski and Allis run producing singles.


Morgan and Zinkieivich then tacked on RBI singles in the seventh to key a three-run uprising.


Medina is now 3-5 and Newfane 0-7.


CSAT 10, Akron 4
Leo Perdomo hurled a 1 hitter and also banged out 4 hits himself to lead CSAT (4-3) to a 10-4 win over Akron (2-6).

 

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Lyndonville girls edge Kendall

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 27 April 2016

Lyndonville rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to nip visiting Kendall 8-7 and improve to 7-0 in Genesee Region League softball action.


A two-run double by Jess Harling provided the margin of victory for the Lady Tigers as hits by Aubrey Lewis and Miranda Lembcke set up the threat.


Kendall had grabbed a 7-6 lead by scoring four times in the top of the seventh highlighted by a three-run home run by Madison Rath who had a total of three hits on the day.


Lyndonville also scored three times in the fourth inning, highlighted by a two-run homer by Mackenzie Muck, and three times in the fifth ignited by a triple by Aubrey Lewis.


Aubrey and Anna Lewis both had two hits on the day.

 

G-R Track
Kendall split with Wheatland-Chili in a G-R track meet. The Eagles won the girls meet 81-53 but lost the boys competition 94-42.


Maya Rutland won the 100, Taylor Rutland the shot-put, Taylor ReQua the 200 and Jenna Jacob the 100 hurdles to lead the Kendall girls. Maya and Taylor Rutland also tied for first in the high jump.


In the boys meet for Kendall, Brandon Lewis was a double winner in the long jump and high jump.

 

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Albion trims Wilson in N-O softball

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 27 April 2016

Albion trimmed visiting Wilson 5-3 this afternoon to improve to 4-3 in Niagara-Orleans League softball competition.


Meghan Hurley had 3 hits and Ellen Narburgh 2 for Albion which also got RBI hits from Brylie Hapeman, Olivia Prest and Sierra Newton.

 

The loss drops Wilson to 1-6.

 

Newfane 6, Medina 5
Newfane rallied for a pair of runs in the home half of the sixth inning to edge past visiting Medina 6-5.


A sacrifice fly by winning pitcher Cassidy Geise and an error plated the decisive two runs for the Lady Panthers.


Newfane also scored three times in the first inning as Olivia Littman had a two-run double.


Olivia Littman and Alexa Littman both had 3 hits on the day.


Medina scored twice in the second inning on a two-run single by Haylee Cogovan.


The Mustangs then grabbed a brief 5-4 lead by scoring three times in the top of the sixth as Abi Smith, Courtney Bailey and Brandi Guild all had hits.


Newfane is now 5-3 and Medina 3-3.

 

Roy-Hart 13, Barker 4
Leading 5-3, Roy-Hart used a big 8 run fifth inning scoring burst to key a 13-4 win over visiting Barker.


Sam Choate picked up the win in the circle for the Lady Rams giving up 7 hits and striking out 4. She also had 3 hits.


Kayla Brown, Maddie Fry and Jamie Bower each added a pair of hits for the Lady Rams. Brown's hits included a two-run single in the decisive fifth frame.


Mary Rounds and Courtney Bodine both had 2 hits for Barker.


Roy-Hart is now 6-2 and Barker 3-5.

 

Akron 18, CSAT 3
Frontrunning Akron stayed perfect at 7-0 with an 18-3 romp over CSAT as Sydney Leeds had 3 hits and Abby Stone and Kayla Thomas 2 each.


Mattie Klein registered 9 strikeouts in the circle for the Lady Tigers.

 

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Mustangs, Rams split in N-O track

Albion, Wilson each claim wins

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Roy-Hart's Emma Lindke, right, edges out Medina/Lyndonville's Layna Vilora in the 100 hurdles during this afternoon's meet at Middleport which saw the Mustangs and Rams split.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 26 April 2016

Medina/Lyndonville and host Roy-Hart both emerged with a victory in a Niagara-Orleans League track meet this afternoon at Middleport.


Medina/Lyndonville won the boys meet 78-63 and Roy-Hart took the girls competition by a narrow 69-68 margin.


The Medina/Lyndonville boys squad was led by triple winners Jalin Cooper in the 100 (:11.3), 200 (:23.95) and high jump (5-4) and Chase Pecoraro in the 400 hurdles (1:04.5), pole vault (9-6) and long jump (18-10) along with double winner Zach Harris in the shot-put (31-3 1/2) and discus (99-10 1/2).


Avery Green tripled in the 800 (2:14), 1600 (4:54.3) and 3200 (10:59.6) and John Stoddard doubled in the 100 hurdles (:15.5) and triple jump (37-1 1/2) to set the pace for Roy-Hart as Austin Dodge added a win in the 400 (:55.4).


The Mustangs are now 1-2 and the Rams 2-1.


The Roy-Hart girls claimed the slender victory as the foursome of Kaleigh Kuzma, Paige Dent, Ava Bligh and Ellie Todd took first place in the meet's final event, the 1600 relay (4:36).


Emma Lindke was a triple winner for Roy-Hart in the 100 hurdles (:17.9), shot-put (24-6) and high jump (4-6) and Amber Villella doubled in the long jump (14-3) and triple jump (29-9).


The Lady Rams also had Bligh win the 400 (1:07.4), Kuzma the 400 hurdles (1:11.0), Anna Rickard the 800 (2:41.4) and Todd the pole vault (6-6).


Martha Gardner doubled in the 1500 (5:17.9) and 3000 (11:44.0) for Medina as Je'ne Brown took the 100 (:13.6), Emma Gardner the discus (79-1/2) Trinity Fleck in the 200 (:29.7).


Roy-Hart is now 1-2 and Medina/Lyndonville 0-3.

Roy-Hart's John Stoddard in route to a win in the 110 hurdles.

 

Albion likewise earned a split with visiting Wilson as the Purple Eagles won the girls meet 96-45 and the Lakemen took the boys competition 72-69.


The Albion girls were led by a quartet of double winners as Aleah Foos took the 100 hurdles (:16.6) and high jump, Mariah Elsenheimer the 100 (:13.2) and 200 (:27.7), Meredith Patterson the 800 (2:46) and 1500 (5:40) and Chanyce Powell the long jump and triple jump.


The Purple Eagles also had Caitlin Malanowski win the 3000 (12:43), Nicole Eldred the shot-put and Katie Rustay the pole vault (7-6).


Albion is now 2-0 and Wilson 2-1.


Michael Seeley was a double winner for the Wilson boys in the 1600 (5:00) and 3200 (11:08.4).

 

The Lakemen also had Cody Secore win the 200 (:24.2), Trey Rees the 800 (2:07.1), Andrew Eames the long jump (16-7) and Alex Fox the high jump (5-4).


Lamar Chambers was a double winner for Albion in the 110 hurdles (:18.1) and 400 hurdles (1:03.7).


The Purple Eagles also had Cody Osborne take the 100 (:11.4), Nick Reed the 400 (:56.1), Nate Trembley the shot-put (40-4 3/4), Kory Reynolds the discus (119-5), Manwell Taylor the triple jump (40-3 1/2) and Preston Flugel the pole vault (9-0).


Wilson stays unbeaten at 3-0 while Albion is at 1-1.


Akron also earned a split with Newfane. The Tigers won the girls meet 107-34 and the Panthers the boys competition 87-54.


Hannah Cummings was a triple winner for the Akron girls in the 100 hurdles (:18.4), high jump (4-4) and triple jump (30-7) as Leah Czechowski doubled in the 100 (:13.4) and long jump (15-9) and Margo Henley in the 800 (2:40) and 1500 (5:12).


The Lady Tigers are now 2-0 and the Lady Panthers 1-2.


The Newfane boys were led by a quartet of double winners as Paul Dunbar took the 100 (:11.8) and pole vault (12-0), Sam Auernhamer the 1600 (5:00) and 3200 (10:47), Andrew Boudeman the long jump (19-5) and triple jump (38-11) and Jacob Licht the shot-put (37-6 1/2) and discus (94-10 1/2).


The Akron boys had a pair of double winners as Ethan PeQueen took the 110 hurdles (:19.2) and 400 hurdles (1:03) and Zach Bell the 200 (:24.6) and 400 (:55.9).


Newfane is now 1-2 and Akron 0-1-1.

 

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Rain washes out diamond schedule

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 26 April 2016

Morning rain has washed out this afternoon's light schedule of high school baseball and softball games.


Postponed have been the Elba/Byron-Bergen vs. Lyndonville, Holley/Kendall vs. Notre Dame and Wilson vs. Newfane baseball games along with the Holley vs. Kendall, Lyndonville vs. Alexander and Wilson vs. Medina softball contests.

 

The Elba/Byron-Bergen at Lyndonvlle baseball game has been rescheduled for May 3.


Also postponed is the Wilson vs. Newfane tennis match.

 

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Albion, Medina netters post wins

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 25 April 2016
Front-running Albion downed visiting Wilson 4 1/2-1 this afternoon to remain undefeated at 7-0 in Niagara-Orleans League tennis competition.


Medina bested visiting Newfane 4 1/2-1 to remain in a tie for second place at 5-1 with Akron which topped Barker 5 1/2-0.

 

The Mustangs will visit Akron on Thursday.


Albion 4 1/2, Wilson 1
Singles: Joey Hecko (W) def. Daniel Beam 6-7, 6-3, 6-3; Josh Metzler (A) def. Gabriel Curcione 6-3, 6-3; Dylan Bader (A) def. Kyle Lyon 6-1, 6-3.


Doubles: Matt Kovaleski - Emilie Barleben (A) def. Kallie Olear - Marlowe Recht 6-3, 6-0; Matt Flanaghan - Victor Benjovsky (A) def. Rebecca Connors - Max Faery 6-2, 6-0; Owen Foos - Connor McQuillan (A) def. Allison Smith - Alex Couturier 6-1, 6-0.

 

Medina 4 1/2, Newfane 1
Singles: Kristian Snyder (M) def. Terrell Atkins 6-0, 6-0; Tristan Sanders (M) d. Bobby Heers 6-3, 6-0; Xion Baes (M) def. Nick Heimiller 6-0, 6-0.


Doubles: Cameron Seib - Jacob Koithans (N) d. Kyla Leno - Mike Cardone 7-6, 4-6, 6-3; Nick Bogan - Ray Paull (M) def. Michelle Schult - Austin Smith 6-0, 6-2; Able Zavitz - Charles Beach (M) def. Jacob Enderton - Nick Daniels 6-0, 6-0.

 

Akron 5 1/2, Barker 0
Singles: Ryan Meek (A) def. Nick Fazzolari 6-2, 6-0; Nathan Chubb (A) def. Andrew Jenks 6-0, 6-0; Brandon Meek (A) def. Alexander Israel 6-2, 6-1.


Doubles: Cierra Janis - Jacob Meyer (A) d. Nick Sutch-Christine Young 6-1, 6-1; Morgan Wagner - Erica Papke (A) def. Maya Gooding - Grace Harris 6-0, 6-0; Dustin Earle - Alex Warren (A) def. Natalie Bruning - Marisa Jowdy 6-0, 6-0.

 

World of Inquiry 3, Kendall 2
Collin Lewis won at first singles and the duo of Ryan Barrett and Jenna LoSapio at second doubles for Kendall in the Eagles 3-2 non league loss to World of Inquiry.

 

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Medina tops Albion in N-O softball

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Medina's Davina Birch slides into home as Albion catcher Olivia Prest tries to make the tag. The action took place during the Mustangs win over the Purple Eagles this afternoon at Vets Park.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 25 April 2016

Jumping out to a quick four run first inning lead, Medina went on to defeat Albion 8-4 this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League softball game at Vets Park.


A bases clearing three-run double by Abi Smith keyed the decisive first inning uprising for Medina. Three walks loaded the bases to set up the threat.


The Mustangs went on to open up as much as a 7-1 lead by scoring twice in the third inning on an error and a single by Destiny Satkowski and once in the fourth as winning pitcher Emily Kams doubled and came home on a fielders choce play.

Emily Kams delivers a pitch for Medina.

 

In the circle, Kams allowed 5 hits and struck out 16.


Defensively, the Mustangs turned a double play in the fifth inning from catcher Davina Birch to second baseman Haylee Cogovan.


Blanked on one hit through the first five innings, Albion got back into the game by scoring four times in the sixth inning highlighted by a three-run home run by Meghan Hurley.


However, the Purple Eagles could get no closer than 7-4.


Medina is now 3-2 and Albion 3-3 in N-O action.

 

Medina also defeated Albion in the JV game 10-8 as Morgan Allis had 3 hits and Lacey Kenward and Ashlee Howell 2 each.

Albion shortstop Kelsee Soule tries to turn a double play as Medina's Nicole Cooper heads for second base.

 

Roy-Hart 22, Barker 7

Pounding out 25 hits, Roy-Hart scored a 22-7 victory over host Barker earning Lady Rams Coach Larry Lash his milestone 500th career victory.

 

Maddy Glenna had 4 hits and 3 RBIs, Samantha Choate 3 hits including a home run, triple and 5 RBIs and Lexie Lovewell 3 hits including a home run and a triple. Choate's three-run home run in the first inning got the Lady Rams rolling.

 

Akron 29, CSAT 4

Undefeated (7-0) Akron scored 25 runs in the first three innings in route to a 29-4 romp over CSAT (0-7).


Two-run doubles by Shaylie Carberry and Abby Stone highlighted the Lady Tigers fast start.

 

In other N-O action, Newfane (4-3) defeated Wilson (1-5) 14-7.

 

Lyndonville 32, Northstar 2

Lyndonville rolled to a 32-2 non league win at Northstar as Jess Harling and Anna Lewis both had 3 hits and Mackenzie Muck 2. Harling's hits included two doubles and Muck's one.

Kali Jacobs earned the win in the circle for the Lady Tigers.

 

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Rams post key N-O win over Raiders

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 25 April 2016

Roy-Hart scored a key 13-2 victory over visiting Barker this afternoon to gain a share of the Niagara-Orleans league baseball lead.


Roy-Hart pulls even with Albion at 5-1 while Barker slips a half game off the pace at 5-2.


Justin Heschke spearheaded the Roy-Hart attack by hitting for the cycle and driving in a total of 6 runs.


Andy Xapsos and Al Xapsos each added a pair of hits for the Rams.


Charlie Bruning went the distance on the mound for Roy-Hart allowing only 4 hits and striking out 5.


Breaking away from an early 1-1 tie, Roy-Hart took the lead for good by scoring 4 times in the second inning highlighted by a two-run triple by Hescke.


The Rams quickly tacked on four more runs in the third inning as Heschke had a two-run double.


Heschke also banged out a two-run homer in the fifth frame.


The teams will meet again on Wednesday at Barker.

 

Wilson 9, Medina 2
Seven errors proved costly as Medina dropped a 9-2 decision at Wilson to slip to 2-5.


Trailing 1-0, Wilson took there lead for good by scoring six times in the third inning aided by errors as the Lakemen improve to 3-2.

 

Jonah Miller banged out 4 hits for Wilson as Holden Howland, Jake Mitchell, Jack Retolla and Nate Fox each added 2.


Brian Fry had 3 hits and Brett Riemer 2 for Medina which next visits Newfane on Wednesday.

 

In a Genesee Region League game, Alexander defeated Holley/Kendall 12-1.

 

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Eden downs Medina stickmen

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 25 April 2016

Steadily pulling away, Eden posted an 11-7 victory over visiting Medina this afternoon in a Class C Division lacrosse game.


The Raiders held leads of 3-1 after one period, 7-2 at the half and 11-6 at the three-quarter mark.


Jake Cotter and Mason Lewis each scored 2 goals for Medina as Tyler Valley, Coby Albone and Greg Husung each added 1.


Medina, which next hosts Akron at 7 p.m. Wednesday, is now 4-6 and Eden 4-4.

 

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Highlights from the LCS Doubleday win

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Lyndonville's Jacob Hoffee delivers his first pitch of the game to Alexander's Dane Heberlein this morning at Cooperstown's historic Doubleday Field. The Tigers went on to defeat the Trojans 13-1. Posted 24 April 2016

Lyndonville players root on their teammates from the dugout.

A panoramic shot of the infield with the Tigers defense at the ready as Hoffee delivers a pitch.


Lyndonville players warm up prior to the game on this shot from the right field line which shows the historc Doubleday grandstand with its built in dugouts which dates back to the 1930's.

 

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Tigers roar at Cooperstown

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Lyndonville players and coaches gather in front of Cooperstown's historic Doubleday Field this morning before the Tigers posted a 13-1 victory over Genesee Region League foe Alexander.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 24 April 2016
Making the most of an opportunity to play at Cooperstown's historic Doubleday Field, Lyndonville rolled to a 13-1 victory over Alexander today in a Genesee Rgion League contest.


"For the boys it's a dream come true and for me it's something I've wanted to do since I played ball in high school," said Lyndonville Coach Shane Price of the victory in the Baseball Hall of Fame community which caps a very busy week of six games in seven days for the Tigers.


Improving to 3-1 in the league and 7-2 overall, Lyndonville pounded out a total of 14 hits including 3 each by winning pitcher Jacob Hoffee and Dawson Joy, 2 by Michael Wells and Nolan Donald and 1 each by Corey Hydock, Zach Johnson, Eric Neace and Cody Bentley.


"Our bats came alive again today," said Price.

Zach Johnson makes solid contact for Lyndonville to open the game.

 

The Tigers got a strong complete came pitching performance from Hoffee who scattered 6 hits and struck out 10.


"Jacob pitched outstanding for us," said Price.


Hoffee also got a big defensive lift from his batterymate as Hydock threw two runners out at third base from his catchers position stopping Trojan threats in both the second and third innings.

Jacob Hoffee delivers a pitch for the Tigers.

 

Lyndonville scored a quick run in the first inning on a two out single by Joy as a single by Hoffee and a hit batter set up the threat.


Alexander mounted a threat in the second inning getting the first two runners aboard on singles by Jacob Wozniak and Hunter Marzolf but Lyndonville quickly got out of the jam. Hoffee got the first and third outs via strikeouts and Hydock got the middle out by getting the lead runner on a throw to third base.


Still holding a slender 1-0 advantage, Lyndonville broke the game wide open by exploding for six runs in the third inning on RBI singles by Wells, Joy, Hydock and Donald along with a pair of run producing errors. A walk and a singe by Hoffee to open the inning set up the decisive uprising which saw 4 of the runs come home with two out.

Lyndonville third baseman Eddie Schildt takes a throw for an out against Alexander's Nathan Henry.

 

Keeping the momentum, the Tigers ballooned the advantage to 12-1 by scoring twice in the fourth frame on a sacrifice fly by Joy and an RBI single by Bentley and then three more times in the fifth on a fielders choice play off the bat of wells, an RBI single by Joy and a wild pitch.


A double by Neace set up the fourth inning tallies while Donald singled to ignite the fifth inning surge.


Alexander's lone run came in the fourth inning on a two-out single by Hunter Marzolf.


Hoffee though got out of further trouble by registering an inning ending strikeout. He then allowed only 1 more hit over the final three frames striking out 5 during that stretch.


Lyndonville next hosts Elba/Byron-Bergen on Tuesday in another G-R contest.

Lyndonville second baseman Cody Bentley tries to make the tag on Alexander's Jacob Wozniak.

 

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N-O diamond front-runners to meet

Photo By Cheryl Wertman
Barker and Roy-Hart will collide in a key Niagara-Orleans baseball league home-and-home series this week. Here Barker's Ryan Voss (6) takes a throw as Albion's Kyle Smith slides into second during a game last week. Backing up the play for the Raiders is Chauncy Mckee.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 24 April 2016

A home-and-home series between two of the Niagara-Orleans baseball League's three front-runners Barker and Roy-Hart will highlight the upcoming week's high school diamond action.


Barker and Albion are currently tied for first place at 5-1 while Roy-Hart is just a half game off the pace at 4-1.


Roy-Hart will host Barker on Monday and the Rams will then visit the Raiders on Wednesday.


Albion will likewise face home-and -home series with Wilson (2-2) on Wednesday and Thursday. The Purple Eagles will then host rival Medina on Friday.


Albion and Medina will also meet in a home-and-home softball series this week. The Mustangs will host Monday's game and the Purple Eagles Friday's contest.


In Genesee Region League baseball action, Lyndonville (2-1) will host Holley/Kendall (3-1) in a key contest on Thursday.

 

Monday
Baseball - Alexander at Holley/Kendall, 4:30 p.m.; Barker at Roy-Hart, Medina at Wilson, 4:45 p.m.
Softball - Lyndonville at Northstar, Notre Dame at Kendall, 4:30 p.m.; Newfane at Wilson, 4:45 p.m.; Wheatland-Chili at Albion, 6 p.m.
Tennis - Wilson at Albion, Barker at Akron, Newfane at Medina, World of Inquiry at Kendall, 4 p.m.
Lacrosse- Eden at Medina, 5 p.m.

 

Tuesday
Baseball - Elba/Byron-Bergen at Lyndonville, Holley/Kendall at Notre Dame, 4:30 p.m.
Softball - Holley at Kendall, Lyndonville at Alexander, 4:30 p.m.; Wilson at Medina, 4:45 p.m.
Tennis - Medina at Akron, 4:30 p.m.
Track - Wilson at Albion, Akron at Newfane, 4:15 p.m.; Medina at Roy-Hart, 4:30 p.m.
Golf - Churchville-Chili at Kendall, 4 p.m.

 

Wednesday
Baseball - Medina at Newfane, Albion at Wilson, CSAT at Akron, Roy-Hart at Barker, 4:45 p.m.
Softball - Lyndonville at Kendall, Pembroke at Holley, 4:30 p.m.; Wilson at Albion, Newfane at Medina, Barker at Roy-Hart, 4:45 p.m.; Akron at CSAT, 5 p.m.
Tennis - Roy-Hart at Albion, Newfane at Akron, 4 p.m.; Medina at Barker, 4:30 p.m.
Track - Holley at Attica, Kendall at Wheatland-Chili, 4:30 p.m.
Lacrosse - Akron at Medina, 7 p.m.

 

Thursday
Baseball - Holley/Kendall at Lyndonville, 4:30 p.m.
Softball - Lyndonville at Holley, Attica at Kendall, 4:30 p.m.
Track - Albion at Akron, Barker at Medina, Roy-Hart at Wilson, 4:15 p.m.

 

Friday
Baseball - Albion at Medina, Wilson at Barker, CSAT at Roy-Hart, 4:45 p.m.; Akron at Newfane, 5 p.m.
Softball - Bishop Kearney at Kendall, 4:30 p.m.; Medina at Albion, Barker at Wilson, Roy-Hart at CSAT, Newfane at Akron, 4:45 p.m.
Tennis - Wheatland-Chili at Holley, Pembroke at Kendall, Wilson at Akron, 4 p.m.; Medina at Roy-Hart, 4:30 p.m.
Lacrosse- Medina at Salamanca, 5:30 p.m.

 

Saturday
Softball - Lake Placid at Albion, 9:30 a.m.; Medina at Depew Tournament

 

N-O Standings
Baseball: Albion 5-1, Barker 5-1, Roy-Hart 4-1, Wilson 2-2, CSAT 2-3, Akron 2-4, Medina 2-4, Newfane 0-6.
Softball: Akron 5-0, Roy-Hart 4-2, Albion 3-2, Barker 3-3, Newfane 3-3, Medina 2-2, Wilson 1-4, CSAT 0-5.
Tennis: Albion 6-0, Akron 4-1, Medina 4-1, Newfane 2-3, Wilson 2-3, Barker 0-5, Roy-Hart 0-5.
Boys Track: Roy-Hart 2-0, Wilson 2-0, Albion 1-0, Akron 0-0-1, Barker 0-1-1, Medina 0-2, Newfane 0-2.
Girls Track: Wilson 2-0, Akron 1-0, Albion 1-0, Barker 1-1, Newfane 1-1, Medina 0-2, Roy-Hart 0-2.

 

Class C Division Lacrosse Standings
Akron 7-0, Gowanda/SilverCreek 8-1, East Aurora 6-2, Eden 34, Medina 4-5, Salamanca 3-5, Wilson 0-6, Lew-Port 0-8.

 

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