Medina Journal-Register — ALBION - Two Albion High junior linemen, Steven Stauss and Jon Trembly, have earned first team B East Division All-Star honors. Stauss is a repeat honoree. The Purple Eagles have placed a trio of players on the second team including senior wide receiver Jack Narburgh, freshman wide receiver Tre Hart and senior defensive back Ed Narburgh. Albion junior linemen Dylan Burkhardt and Robert June have received honorable mention.
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Albion wrestling coach Keith Piccirilli earns 300th win
It was an eventful weekend for local high school sports teams, as N-O wrestling teams took part in a variety of early-season tournaments, while the non-league swimming schedule was in full force. Albion wrestling coach Keith Piccirilli earned his 300th coaching win as the Purple Eagles went 3-2 at the Depew Tournament, while Roy-Hart swimming kept rolling with a sweep of Wheatland-Chili. All the results and highlights, right here.
Roy-Hart girls basketball takes runner-up honors in own tournament
The Roy-Hart girls basketball team had a successful weekend in its own tournament, downing Bennett 61-55 on Friday night before hanging tough with Nichols in a 51-41 loss in Saturday's tournament championship. Also in local girls hoops, Lyndonville edged past Medina by a 28-21 margin.
Medina boys basketball downs Burgard, moves to 2-0
After a season-opening win over Oakfield-Alabama, the Medina boys basketball team picked up right where it left off in Friday night's 54-41 victory over Burgard. It was a total team effort for the Mustangs, just the way coach Tom Forrestel envisioned before the season.
Medina girls basketball falls at Pembroke, 37-20
The Medina girls basketball team played excellent defense early against Pembroke on Thursday night, limiting the Lady Dragons to just three points — and no field goals — in the first quarter. But the young Lady Mustangs squad couldn't generate a consistent attack, suffering a 37-20 defeat.
Albion boys basketball falls at Burgard
First-year coach Brennan Meakin and the Albion boys basketball team fought hard at Burgard on Wednesday evening, but came up just short in a 51-47 setback. Manny Thompson and Des Blackmon had 11 points apiece for the Albion squad, which is now 1-1 on the young season.
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