Medina Journal-Register — Looking to keep the momentum from a pair of holiday tournament victories, Medina hosts Roy-Hart at 6:30 Friday as the Niagara-Orleans League resumes basketball competition.
Currently at 0-1 in the league and 3-2 overall, Medina is coming off a Starpoint Tournament championship run in which the Mustangs first defeated Starpoint 54-47 and then Niagara Catholic 56-51. Senior Lonnie Taylor, who earned tourney MVP honors led the Mustangs with 25 and 32 points in the two contests.
Roy-Hart is at 1-0 in the league and 4-1 overall. The Rams posted a 50-45 win over Alden over the break as Ryan Farewell scored 18 and Brad Bobbitt and Alex Stoddard 10 each.
Friday’s other contests will have Wilson (0-1) at Albion (0-1), CSAT (1-0) at Newfane (1-0) and Akron (1-0) at Barker (0-1).
N-O girls action also resumes Friday as Medina (1-0) visits Roy-Hart (0-1), Albion (1-0) travel to Wilson (1-0), Newfane (1-0) is at CSAT (0-1) and Barker (0-1) visits Akron (0-1).
Senior Alba Perez leads the offense with a 17 point average for Medina which is 4-1 overall.
Senior Olivia Kelkenberg sparked the Roy-Hart attack ith an 18 point average.
N-O swim action resumes today with Medina at Albion, Akron at Roy-Hart and Barker at Newfane in 4:30 p.m. meets.
The Medina boy squad is at 1-3 and Albion at 0-4. Both the Medina and Albion girls squads are looking to snap season opening four meet losing streaks.
The defending champion Roy-Hart boys and Newfane girls teams are both undefeated at 4-0.
In he boys title race Akron and Barker both share second place at 3-1. The Roy-Hart and Akron girls squad likewise shre second place at 3-1.