The Journal Register (Medina, NY)

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January 16, 2013

Medina, Albion andLyndonville post wins

Medina Journal-Register — Making a 14 point half-time advantage hold up, Medina defeated visiting Barker 25-16 Tuesday to improve to 3-2 in Naigara-Orleans League girls basketball action.

Alba Perez had 13 points and 24 points to spark Medina.

Perez scored all of Medina’s points in the first quarter which saw the Mustangs grab a 9-2 lead.

The Medina lead jumped to 14, 19-5, at the half as Olivia Hermann scored six in the second quarter.

The Mustangs then survived a six point second half to claim the win as Medina maintained a 21-12 advantage at the three-quarter mark.

The loss drops Barker to 2-3.

Albion 59, Roy-Hart 49

ALBION - Staying within a game of first place, Albion bested Roy-Hart 59-49 to improve to 4-1 in N-O competition.

Kelsee Soule scored 15, Eboni Taylor, Justice Nauden and Chanyce Powell 10 each and Sarah Papponetti nine to lead Albion’s balanced attack.

Olivia Kelkenberg poured in a game high 33 points for Roy-Hart which slips to 1-4.

Soule also had 13 rebounds and Nauden seven steals and five assists.

Albion built up leads of 12-8 after one period, 23-16 at the half and 42-32 at the three-quarter mark.

Lyndonville 41, Holley 30

LYNDONVILLE - Lyndonville used a 13-6 fourth quarter scoring edge to lock up a 41-30 victory over Holley Tuesday in a Genesee Region League game.

Haley Anderson scored nine of her game high 14 points in the final period to lead the Lady Tigers strong stretch run.

Sierra VanWycke added eight points and Jenna Castricone seven for Lyndonville.

Alyssa Scherer paced Holley with 10.

Wilson 71, CSAT 39

WILSON - Jamie Curry had a triple double with 17 points, 11 assists and 10 steals and Emily Lasher a double with 16 points and 10 rebounds to spark Wiilson 5-0) past CSAT (0-5) 71-39.

Alex Bubar added 10 points and eight steals for Wilson which led 24-7 after one quarter and 42-17 at the half. Curry scored 11 in the first quarter.

Newfane kept pace with Wilson at 5-0 by defeating Akron (0-5) 41-25.

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