Unbeaten streak for Lady Hornets broken by Elba
The Oakfield-Alabama Lady Hornets are no longer among the undefeated after being defeated Wednesday by the Elba Lady Lancers 42-38.
For Elba, Dakota Brinkman scored 10 points and both Laci Sewar and Adrianna Long scored nine points. Long hit a pair of three-point shots.
For O-A, MacKena Reding scored 11 points and Alea Groff scored 10. Kelsey Schlagenhauf scored seven points to go along with 13 rebounds. Caitlin Ryan had 12 rebounds.
The Hornets are now 10-1 and Elba is 5-4.
In other girls basketball games:
- Pavilion beat Notre Dame 52-26. For Pavilion, Karlee Zinkievich scored 16 points, Lauren Kinglsey, 15, along with nine rebounds, eight blocked shots, and five steals. Shea Amberger had a double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds.
- Lyndonville beat Alexander 65-61.
In boys basketball:
- Batavia fell to Brockport, 51-41. For Batavia, Javin McFollins and Tanner Mountain each scored 12 points.
- Le Roy beat Letchworth 58-37
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Amazing how many variations of incorrect mask-wearing there are.
The players are wearing the mask in accordance with Section V guidelines.
You're funny Howard . I'll bet you a dollar the guideline does Not say " wear mask under chin ".
The athletes need only pull the mask up when talking with players, coaches, refs. They can pull it down while running.
Since I couldn’t find the Section V email I thought I recalled, I double checked with an athletic director. I am wrong. The masks must be worn to cover nose and mouth at all times. Players can be disqualified for failure to comply.