Niagara Gazette


February 12, 2014

Wilson girls a win away froma perfect N-O season

Niagara Gazette — The Wilson girls basketball team continued its undefeated run through the Niagara-Orleans League on Tuesday night, defeating Medina 44-25. Dana Smith scored 13 points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked three shots to lead the Lakewomen (15-2, 13-0 N-O) past the Mustangs (2-14, 1-12 N-O).

“I thought it was a hard fought game,” said Wilson coach Brian Baker. “At the end of the season here we’re really stressing good defense and rebounding.”

Emily Lasher scored 11 points and recorded five rebounds and six assists. Allie Bubar added five assists and five rebounds to her nine points.

With just one win between the Lakewomen and a perfect league season, Baker is making sure to keep the girls engaged in practice.

“I think it’s important to make practice fun at times,” Baker said. “I make sure we get the work in but I try to end practice most days with some kind of game or fun event.”

Lockport 54, Ken East 27

Sara Franco scored 17 points as the Lions moved to 12-4, 12-2 NFL. Ken East fell to 6-11, 6-8 NFL.

Starpoint 49, Grand Island 36

Erica Bradley scored 15 points and Hattie Lasal added 13 as the Spartans moved to 13-3. Lexi Kalinowski led the Vikings with 14 points as they fell to 3-13.

Mount Mercy 55, N. Catholic 24

Precious Adamson scored 10 points for the Patriots as they fell to 3-7, 2-7 MMA. Mount Mercy moved to 15-7, 6-4 MMA.


Medina 41, Wilson 40

Despite Kyle Bradley’s 22 points and Evan Shank’s 13, the Lakemen fell to 5-10, 4-8 N-O. Medina moved to 12-5, 9-4 N-O.

Iroquois 64, Starpoint 57

Christian Nodine scored 17 and Brock Kroening added 14 as the Spartans fell to 6-11, 2-9 ECIC II. Iroquois moved to 13-4, 9-2 ECIC II.

Lockport 80, Ken East 46 

Colin Dougherty and Charlie Sobierski scored 16 points a piece and two other players had double digit points as the Lions moved to 13-3, 13-1 NFL. The Bulldogs fell to 4-12, 3-11 NFL.

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