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Reds, Pirates tie in youth baseball

 

Contributed Story, Posted 22 May 2015
The Mark's Pizzeria Reds and the Medina Savings & Loan Pirates played to a 3-3 tie this week in youth baseball action.


For the Reds, Brody Fry had a double and single and Brandon Christiaansen a triple and an RBI. Michael Chilser and Julian Woodworth both had an RBI hit as Jimmy Dieter and Brady Christiaansen also both had a hit.


For the Pirates, Mason Moreland had a big three-run triple in the third inning while Jack Cecchini and Josh Hilobuk each had 2 hits. Jackson Moreland added a single.

 

Red Sox 4, Giants 2
The Baxter Red Sox edged the Lyndonville Giants 4-2 as Ryleigh Culver had 4 strikeouts and Liam Castricone 2.


At the plate for the Red Sox, Robert McCarthy had a double, a single and an RBI; Culver a two-run double and Breydin Miller an RBI double. Frankie Stephens, Aaron Woodroe, Brennan Woodruff and Castricone also all added hits.

 

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Barker advances in Class C softball

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 21 May 2015

No. 8 seed Barker bested host No. 9 Randolph 4-1 this afternoon in the quarterfinals of the Section VI Class C softball playoffs.


Erika Moeller hurled a 2 hitter with 14 strikeouts for Barker which next faces top seeded Olmsted in the semifinals on May 26.


At the plate, Mary Rounds had 3 hits and Moeller and Kylie Miller 2 each for the Lady Raiders.


Trailing 1-0, Barker rallied into the lead for good by scoring twice in the fifth inning on a double by Miller and single by Sabrina Harris.

 

The Lady Raiders later added a pair of insurance runs in the top of the seventh on singles by Destinee Hillman and Miller.

 

In other quarterfinal contests involving N-O teams, No. 6 Wilson lost 9-0 at No. 3 Fredonia and No. 2 Akron was upset 8-1 by No. 7 Souhwestern in Class B2 and No. 7 Newfane lost 14-5 at No. 2 Alden in Class B1.

 

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Albion, Barker, Wilson each score 5 wins at N-O All-League track meet

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Roy-Hart's John Stoddard, left, heads toward a win over Barker's Casey Webb in the 110 hurdles this afternoon during the annual Niagara-Orleans All-League track meet at Roy-Hart.

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 21 May 2015

Albion, Barker and Wilson each took top honors in five events this afternoon on the second and final day of the annual Niagara-Orleans League track meet at Roy-Hart.


In the girls competition, Aleah Foos won the 100 hurdles (:17.4), Mariah Elsenheimer the 100 (:13.41) and Mahogany Taylor the high jump (4-8) for Albion. Taylor and Elsenheimer also teamed up with Emily Blanchard and Chanyce Powell to win the 400 relay (:53.04) for the Purple Eagles.


Barker had Gabriella Clare win the 400 hurdles (1:09.57), Kelsi Flegal the 200 (:27.77) and Caitlyn Mason the long jump (16-6 1/2).


In the boys competition the Purple Eagles had Nate Trembley win the shot-put (41-7) while the Raiders had Casey Webb take the 400 hurdles (:59.36). Webb also combined with Carter Pisarski, Chris Sweeney and Jacob Arnold to win the 3200 relay (9:02.83).

Barker's Gabriella Clare competes in the high jump.

 

The Wilson boys claimed five wins as Zach Sarratori doubled in the 100 (:11.77) and long jump (20-6 1/2) while Trey Rees captured the 1600 (4:44.82) and Alex Fox the high jump (5-10). Sarratori and Fox also teamed up with Ethan Bennion and Cody Secor to win the 400 relay (:45.86). Rees also won the 800 on Wednesday.


Medina/Lyndonville emerged with a trio of winners. In the boys competition Jalin Cooper captured the 200 (:24.01) and Matt Cochrane the 400 (:52.77) while in the girls events Holly Heil took the 400 (1:01.58). Cochrane also took top honors in the triple jump on Wednesday.


The Akron girls claimed three wins as Margo Henley took the 1500 (5:02.11) and Henry Jones the shot-put (32-1 1/2). Henley also combined with Emily Ludwig, Maggie Leeds and Kylee Schults to take the 3200 relay (10:15.98). Henley also won the 3000 on Wedneday.


Roy-Hart's John Stoddard won the 110 hurdles (:16.89) nd Newfane's Paul Dunbar captured the pole vault (13-0).

Albion's Mariah Elsenheimer sprints to a win in the 100 over Barker's Kelsi Flegal.

 

The Pentathlon competition was won by Roy-Hart's Jordan Deuel (2,368 points) and Newfane's Leah Good (2,200 points).


In the boys competition, Cooper also placed second in the 100 as did Webb in the 110 hurdles. Also placing second were Wilson's Cody Secor (200), Akron's Zach Bell (400), Roy-Hart's Avery Green (1600), Medina/Lyndonville's Derek Donley (400 hurdles), Roy-Hart's Austin Dodge (pole vault), Albion's Jacob Squicciarini (long jump) and Barker's Kirk Fay (shot-put).


In the girls competition, Flegal also took second in the 100 as did Taylor in the 100 hurdles, Powell in the long jump and Foos in the high jump. Akron had a trio of second place finishers including Leah Czechowski (200), Mackenzie O'Brien (400) and Kylee Schultz (1500). Also placing second were Roy-Hart's Kaleigh Kuzma (400 hurdles) and Wilson's Brittany White (shot-put).

 

The boys team rankings were led by Medina/Lyndonville with 111 followed by Barker 103, Wilson 91, Roy-Hart 83, Albion 78, Newfane 46 and Akron 44. Akron led the girls rankings with 134 points followed by Albion 105, Barker 103, Wilson 76, Newfane 68, Medina/Lyndonville 37 and Roy-Hart 25.

Albion's Manwell Taylor soars in the long jump competition.

 

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Roy-Hart blanks Lackawanna in softball sectional quarterfinal

Photo by Cheryl Wertman
Lindsay Yates banged out a double and triple and drove in two runs for Roy-Hart this afternoon in the host Lady Rams sectional win over Lackawanna.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 21 May 2015

Top seeded Niagara-Orleans League champion Roy-Hart blanked visiting No. 8 Lackawanna 4-0 this afternoon in the quarterfinal round of the Section VI Class B2 softball playoffs.


Taylor Fry hurled a 3 hitter with 8 strikeouts to lead the way for Roy-Hart.


Lindsay Yates had the big bat for the Lady Rams driving in one run with a double in the second inning and another with a triple in the fourth frame following a single by Hannah Rausch.


Roy-Hart also picked up a second run in the fourth on and error and later added an insurance tally in the sixth as Rachael Rausch doubled and came home on an error.


Lackawanna did get the bases loaded in the sixth but Roy-Hart got out of the jam on a ground out to Hannah Rausch at second base.


Roy-Hart will next host the winner of the No. 5 Falconer vs. No. 4 Cleveland Hill game in the semifinals on May 26.

 

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Lyndonville will host sectional diamond twin bill on Friday

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 21 May 2015

Section V playoff action resumes Friday and Lyndonville will be hosting a baseball, softball doubleheader.


On the baseball diamond, No. 2 seed Lyndonville will host No. 7 Fillmore at 4 p.m. in a Class DD quarterfinal game. Fillmore downed No. 10 Hammondsport in the opening round. Lyndonville brings a 13-5 record into the playoffs.


The No. 3 seeded Lyndonville girls softball squad will host No. 6 Avoca at 4:30 p.m. in a Class D1 quarterfinal. Avoca ousted No. 11 Jasper-Troupsburg in the opening round. The Lady Tigers are 13-4 on the season.


Also on the Section V baseball diamonds, No. 2 Holley will host No. 7 Canisteo at 4:30 p.m. Friday in a Class CC quarterfinal. Holley trimmed No. 15 Bloomfield 3-1 in the opening round on Wednesday while Canisteo routed No. 10 South Seneca 16-1. Holley is now at 15-4 on the season.


Section VI baseball playoff action gets underway on Friday as No. 10 Albion visits No. 7 Maryvale and No. 9 Newfane travels to No. 8 Eden in Class B1; No. 10 Wilson is at No. 7 Falconer in Class B2 and No. 8 Barker hosts No. 9 Cassadaga Valley in Class C, all at 5 p.m.

 

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LUMC rallies to tie KofC in softball

Hurricanes down 12U Fillies

 

Contributed Story, Posted 21 May 2015

Lyndonville United Methodist Church rallied for three runs in the sixth inning to earn a 5-5 tie with Knights of Columbus this week in youth softball action.


Lily Joe Carpenter and Sophia Weber both hit solo home runs and Shelby Boring had an RBI single in the sixth to pull LUMC even. Weber also had an RBI single in the first inning as did Boring in the third.


Lorelei Sanders and Carpenter also both finished with 2 hits and Haley Shaffer 1.


Shaffer shutout KofC in the bottom of the sixth with 3 strikeouts.

 

12U Fillies downed by Hurricanes

The Medina 12U Fillies lost 7-2 to the Mel Ott Hurricanes on Wednesday.


Micaela Irway had 2 hits for the Fillies as Chloe Stinson and Camri King each had 1.


Brooklyn Brown struck out 4 and allowed only 2 runs in her pitching debut.


Lexi Hare took home the "Tuff Cookie" Award for being hit by a pitch in the first inning.


The Fillies next visit the Amherst Thunder on May 28.

 

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Mustangs seeded 4th for B1 playoffs

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 20 May 2015

Niagara-Orleans League champion Medina is seeded No. 4 for the upcoming Section VI Class B1 baseball playoffs.


Medina, which brings a 16-4 record into the sectionals, will host No. 5 Tonawanda in the quarterfinals at 5 p.m. on May 26.


Also in Class B1, No. 10 Albion will visit No. 7 Maryvale and No. 9 Newfane will travel to No. 8 Eden in pre-quarterfinal games at 5 p.m. Friday.


In Class B2, No. 10 Wilson visits No. 7 Falconer in a pre-quarter contest at 5 p.m. Friday. No. 5 Roy-Hart will then visit N-O foe No. 4 CSAT and No. 6 Akron will travel to No. 3 Southwestern at 5 p.m. on May 26 for quarterfinal contests.


In Class C, No. 8 Barker hosts No. 9 Cassadaga Valley at 5 p.m. Friday in a pre-quarterfinal game.

 

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Albion scores 3 wins on Day 1 of the N-O All-League track meet

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 20 May 2015

Albion scored three victories this afternoon on the opening day of the annual Niagara-Orleans All-League track meet at Roy-Hart.


The Purple Eagles got wins by Chanyce Powell in the triple jump (35-8 1/2) and Katie Rustay in the pole vault (8-0) as well as by the boys 1600 relay quartet of Aaron Chen, Nick Reed, Lamar Chambers and Jacob Squicciarini (3:41.91).


Medina/Lyndonville got a win by Matt Cochrane in the triple jump (41-8) while host Roy-Hart got a victory by Avery Green in the 3200 (10:21.31).


Barker's Brett Holland won the discus (119-4).


The Akron girls team had a trio of winners a Kylee Schultz took the 800 (2:25.17) and Margo Henley the 3000 (10:56.85). Schultz also teamed up with Amanda Swader, Allie Norton and MacKenzie O'Brien to give the Lady Tigers a victory in the 1600 relay (4:20.36).


Wilson had a pair of winners as Brittany White took the discus (99-9) and Trey Rees the 800 (2:01.6).


The completed boys events also had Christopher Sweeney (Barker) and Ryan Leffler (Medina/Lyndonville) finish 2-3 in the 800 as did Samuel Auernhamer (Newfane) and Sergio Cruz (Barker) in the 3200, Zach Sarratori (Wilson) and Manwell Taylor (Albion) in the triple jump and Nate Trembley (Albion) and Andrew Strobele (Akron) in the discus.


In the girls competition, Holly Heil (Medina/Lyndonville) and Lydia Dewart (Barker) finished 2-3 in the 800 as did Meredith Patterson (Albion) and Emily Ludwig (Akron) in the 3000, Caityn Mason (Barker) and Maggie Kowalik (Akron) in the triple jump, Katie Harding (Wilson) and Erin Greenwald (Barker) in the pole vault and Allison Austin (Barker) and Emma Gardner (Medina/Lyndonville) in the discus.


The All-League meet will conclude on Wednesday at Roy-Hart beginning at 4 p.m.

 

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Holley edges past Bloomfield in Class CC sectional opener

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Holley's Nick Passarell makes a nice running catch in centerfield during the host Hawks sectional win over Bloomfield this afternoon.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 20 May 2015

Making the most of just six hits, No. 2 seed Holley edged past visiting No. 15 Bloomfield 3-1 this afternoon in the opening round of the Section V Class CC baseball playoffs.


Five of Hawks hits figured in plating the three runs as Holley advances to Friday's quarterfinal round with a 15-4 record.

 

"Their pitcher was very crafty and kept us on our toes," said Holley Coach Jason Cole. "But that's what you are going to get in the sectionals. You are going to get everyone's best."


Holley grabbed a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning as Joe DeFelice, who had three hits on the day, singled, stole second and third and came home on a wild pitch.


The Hawks made it 2-0 in the fifth as Nick Passarell banged out a lead off double and scored on a two out single by winning pitcher Jon Bower. Passarell also made a nifty catch in centerfield in the second inning.

 

"Getting that run in with two outs was really big," said Cole. "Jon just had a great day both pitching and getting that big two out hit."

Jon Bower delivers a pitch for Holley.

 

Bloomfield did cut the deficit to 2-1 in the top of the sixth on a walk and two singles. However, Holley got out of further trouble as a nice relay throw from Lucas Silvis in right to Sam Lammes at second to DeFelice at short got the final out at second base stranding the Bombers potential tying runner at third base.

 

"We stess the importance of hitting the cutoff because it's going to happen and it did and that was a big play," said Cole.


Holley got that run right back in the top of the seventh as DeFelice singled, stole second and came home with the big insurance tally on a single by Silvis.


Bower pitched the first six innings allowing 4 hits and striking out 10.


DeFelice came on to hurl the seventh and retired the Bombers in order on a groundout to Bower, who made a nice pick up at short, a grounder back to the mound and a strikeout.


The Hawks will now host the winner of the No. 10 South Seneca vs. No. 7 Canisteo game in the quarterfinal on Friday.

Holley's Lucas Silvis drove in the Hawks final run. The Bloomfield catcher is Isaiah Keyes.

 

Tennis

Marion 4, Kendall 1
Top seeded Marion defeated Kendall 4-1 this afternoon in the quarterfinals of the Section V Class DD tennis playoffs.


Riley Iqbal scored a straight set win at first singles for Kendall's lone point.

 

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Split in track for Kendall girls

 

Contributed Story, Posted 20 May 2015

Kendall defeated Oakfield-Alabama 78-61 but lost to Notre Dame 76-65 in a Genesee Region League girls track meet on Tuesday.


Tania Arellano was a double winner in the long jump (14-11) and triple jump (32-3) for Kendall.


In the boys meet, Kendall lost 87-52 to Notre Dame and 120-22 to Oakfield-Alabama.


Austin Clay won the pole vault for Kendall at 9-6 breaking the school record. Paul Urguhart was second in the pole vault (9-6) and won the 1600 (5:18.1).

 

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Nationals have 3 win weekend

 

Contributed Story, Posted 20 May 2015

The Niagara Nationals romped to a doubleheader victory over host East Amherst on Saturday by scores of 19-2 and 16-2 and also defeated Batavia 15-2 on Sunday.


The Nationals took charge at the outset in game one against East Amherst by scoring 10 runs in the first inning highlighted by a three-run homer by Nate Sherman and a solo homer by Liam Ward. Sherman, Ward, Chris Goyette, Joe Dell'oso, Sam Murphy and Matt Lyskawa each had 2 hits in the game.


The second game followed a similar pattern as the Nationals erupted for 8 runs in both the first and second innings. Trevor Luthart, Brian Fry and Mitchell Holtz each had 2 hits, Hunter Briggs 2 home runs and Dell'oso a double.


The Nationals also struck early against Batavia scoring 4 runs in the first inning and 7 in the second. Fry banged out 3 hits as Sherman had a double, Briggs a triple and Luthart and Murphy singles.

 

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Actives, Vets post shutout wins in Albion Midget League season openers

 

Contributed Story, Posted 19 May 2015
Actives shutout Holley 8-0 and Vets blanked Rotary 3-0 to highlight Saturday's Albion Midget League season opening action.


Kyle Woolston pitched 4 innings and Anthony Freeman 2 to combine for Actives shutout win.


Freeman also banged out a triple and home run and Amari Jones chipped in with 2 hits.


Thomas Furmanski pitched a no hitter with 18 strikeouts for Vets.


Shawn Allen also hurled 4 innings of no hit ball for Rotary.


Barre defeated Carlton Elks 17-2 as Kyle Pappalardo and Cade Wolcott both had 3 hits. Pappalardo also teamed up with Alex Gibson and Zander Meadkin to hurl a 4 hitter.


Sandstone downed St. Mary's 9-1 as Bailey Blanchard hit a three-run homer.


Pat Ricker and Rylend Callicutt both had 3 hits for Sandstone and Blanchard 2. Ricker also hurled a 3 hitter with 10 strikeouts.


For St. Mary's, Reuben Rivers had 2 hits.

 

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Mustangs post win over Spartans

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Medina second baseman Izaiah Rhim puts the tag on Starpoint's Matt Cross during the Mustangs regular season ending non league win over the Spartans at Vets Park this afternoon.


By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 19 May 2015

Tuning up for the upcoming sectionals, Medina defeated Starpoint 6-3 this afternoon at Vets Park in a non league game to complete a 16-4 regular season.


Trailing 1-0, Medina took the lead for good by scoring twice in the bottom of the third inning on back-to-back two out RBI singles by winning pitcher Jason Hellwig and Kyle Herman.


Medina made it 3-1 with an unearned run in the fourth as Quentin Adkins singled, advanced on a sacrifice bunt by Justin Morgan and came home on an error.


The Mustangs upped the lead to 6-1 by tacking on 3 runs in the fifth on a two-run single by Herman and an RBI sacrifice fly by Matt Riemer. A single by Josh Scroger, an error and a bunt single by Hellwig loaded the bases to set up the threat.


Hellwig went the distance on the mound giving up 6 hits and striking out 15. He struck out the side in the second and sixth innings and fanned two in the third, fourth, fifth and seventh frames. The biggest of those strikeouts ended the sixth inning as the Spartans left runners stranded at second and third.

Medina's Quentin Adkins slides into third as Starpoint's Kevin Zientara takes the throw.

 

Tonawanda 7, Roy-Hart 4
Tonawanda downed visiting Roy-Hart 7-4 in another non league contest.


Josh Baptiste had 2 hits for the Rams.

 

Newfane 16, Cleve Hill 9
Tyler Jurek had 4 hits, including a pair of doubles, and 5 RBI and Kyle Jurek a two-run double to lead Newfane to a 16-9 non league win over Cleveland Hill.

 

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Kendall netters score playoff win

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 19 May 2015

Kendall defeated Pavilion 5-0 this afternoon in the opening round of the Section V Class DD tennis tournament.


Riley Iqbal, Collin Lewis and James Longrod scored wins in singles competition for Kendall.


The Eagles also got wins from the doubles teams of Kenny Price - Jamie Treat and Chris Butlin - Matt Murray.


The Eagles next face top seeded Marion in the quarterfinals.


In another sectional match, North Rose-Wolcott defeated Holley 4-1.


Jon Rusin at third singles scored the lone win for Holley which dropped narrow three set decisions in the other two singles matches.

 

In the Section VI Tournament, the Medina doubles team of Brian Bogan and Tristan Sanders lost in the opening round in straight sets.

 

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Eden stickmen oust Medina

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 19 May 2015

Pulling away in the second quarter, No. 2 seed Eden defeated visiting No. 7 Medina 10-5 this afternoon in the quarterfinal round of the Section VI Class C lacrosse playoffs.


Medina did grab an 1-0 lead at the outset but Eden rallied back to take a 3-1 lead by the end of the period.


The Raiders then used another 3-1 scoring edge in the second period to open up a 6-2 half-time advantage.

 

"That second quarter was big," said Medina Coach Gordy Luthart. "Our kids played hard and we had our opportunities but they are very good defensively and their goalie is very good."


Eden led 8-3 after three quarters.


Jake Cotter had 2 goals for Medina which also got tallies from Tyler Valley and Mason Lewis. Cotter finishes the season with a team leading total of 53 goals while Valley has 32, Feltz 23 and Lewis 13.


Medina finishes the season at 9-9.

 

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Albion, Medina bow in opening round of softball sectionals

Holley, Kendall ousted in Section V playoffs

 

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 19 May 2015

No. 7 seed Newfane defeated visiting No. 10 Albion 14-3 and No. 8 Springville downed visiting No. 9 Medina 9-2 this afternoon in the opening round of the Section VI Class B1 softball playoffs.


Sam Ferington had a single, double and 5 RBIs and Katie Kneeland a home run to lead the way for Newfane which next faces No. 2 Alden in the quarterfinals on Thursday.


Springville scored 3 quick runs in the first inning and 5 more in the third to key the win over Medina and advance to a quarterfinal round meeting against top seeded Depew.


Emma Ambrose and Destiny Satkowski both had 2 hits for Medina.

 

Roy-Hart 8, North Tonawanda 1
Scoring in every inning but one, Roy-Hart posted an 8-1 victory over visiting North Tonawanda in a regular season ending non league game.


Taylor Fry, Ashley Bower and Lexie Lovewell combined to hurl a 4 hitter with 3 strikeouts for Roy-Hart.


At the plate, Kayla Brown had 3 hits, including a double, and Maddie Fry 2 for the Lady Rams.


Taylor Fry banged out a two-run single in the second inning as did Delany Draper in the sixth.


The Lady Rams also got RBI singles by Lindsay Yates and Maddie Fry in the third frame.

 

Bloomfield 17, Holley 8
A huge 10 run first inning scoring burst sparked No. 5 Bloomfield to a 17-8 win over visiting No. 12 Holley in the opening round of the Section V Class C1 playoffs.


Anna Brasted and Maddy Papaj both had 3 hits and 2 RBIs for Holley. Papaj's hits included a triple and Riley O'Mara added a double.

 

South Seneca 2, Kendall 1

No. 7 seed South Seneca scored once in the sixth on a pair of errors to earn a narrow 2-1 victory over No. 10 Kendall in a Section V Class C2 opening round game at Rush-Henrietta.

 

Kendall jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead in the first inning as Chelsea Wright singled, advanced on a bunt by Kali Haskins and scored on an error. However, the Lady Eagles could not cross home plate again.

 

Wright, who pitched a 4 hitter with 1 strikeout, had Kendall's only 2 hits.

 

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Hoffee to play softball at Walsh U.

Contributed Photo
Lyndonville High senior Rebekah Hoffee is shown here seated with her family as she signs a commitment letter to play softball at Walsh University. Her family includes, from left, her brother Jacob, mother Ruby and father Brad. Standing are Lyndonville Athletic Director Lee Dillenbeck, left, and varsity softball Coach Joe Moore.

 

Contributed Story, Posted 19 May 2015

Lyndonville High senior Rebekah Hoffee will be continuing her education and softball career this fall at NCAA Division II Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio where she will major in nursing.


Hoffee has played four years of varsity softball, three years of varsity soccer and two years of varsity basketball at Lyndonville.


As a sophomore she helped the Lady Tigers capture their first ever sectional softball championship. The Lady Tigers returned to the sectional finals her junior year and are now prepping for another postseason run after capturing the Genesee Region League Division II title.


A two-time G-R League All-Star, Hoffee was named to the Section V Class D1 All Tournament team in both her sophomore and junior seasons.

 

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Albion trio shines at gridiron Combine

 

Contributed Story, Posted 19 May 2015

Three members of the Albion High varsity football team, Tom Mattison, Mike Laine and Kory Reynolds, made the top 200 at the recent Regional Elite Combine held in Rochester.


The high finish has qualified the trio to participate in the New York State High School Football Coaches Associaiton Elite Showcase on June 14 at Ithaca College.


At the Elite Showcase, the players will be tested in the 40 yard dash and 185 pound rep out bench press. The day's events ail also include position drills and competition.

 

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Jr. Wilson 1 scores softball win

 

Contributed Story, Posted 19 May 2015

Putting runs on the board in every inning but one, Jr Wilson 1 went on to beat Just Us 20-12 Monday night in the Medina Women's A Division softball play.


Sami Stockwell lead the way, going 4-5 with 4 RBIs including a two run double in the 7th.


 Sara Flansburg also went 4-5 with two RBIs including a double in the 5th.


Jodi Zacher had 3 hits on the night, while Jessica Rosenbeck, Michelle Crandall, Kaitlyn Miller and Sharon Korzelius each chipped in with two hits.

 

For Just Us, Casey Flynn went 2-4 with a double, as well as Ashley Stawicki going 2-4 with a 3 RBI double. 

 

Jr Wilson 1 is now 2-0 on the season. 

 

Froman Inc. 20, Banes 19
Froman rallied for 7 runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to nip Banes Plumbing/Banes Machine Shop 20-19 in another 'A' Division game.


Alisha Foss had 4 hits, including a double, for Banes as Sue Seefeldt and Patti Page both had 3. Seefeldt's hits included a double.


Page, Jamie Chatt, Jessica Carpenter, Kristin Guild and Foss all had hits in both the second and third innings when Banes scored 7 and 6 runs respectively.

 

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