LIVONIA — Livonia junior Kylie Buckley scored 30 points and grabbed 21 rebounds as host Livonia crushed Way-Co 67-16 at the Tom Downey Gymnasium in Livonia Friday night.

Buckley scored her 1,000th career point for the Lady Bulldogs early in the second half. She needed 18 points to reach the milestone.

Her basket came off a feed from Kelsey Stewart at the 4:25 mark in the 3rd quarter.

Only three players scored for Livonia as Stewart scored 19 points and Madison King added a career-high 18 points.

Buckley became the fifth player in Livonia history to eclipse the milestone joining Trisha Tofany (2000), Katie Kress (2001), Caitlin MacPherson (2002), and Molly Stewart (2016).

Livingston Conference

Avon 54, Le Roy 48

Sarina McDowell’s return to the line-up has been a blessing.

The junior forward scored a game-high 24 points along with eight rebounds and four steals as the Lady Braves won their third straight game Friday night.

A 12-4 second period run by Avon gave them the 23-16 halftime lead they never relinquished.

Ali DiFranco added 13 points and four rebounds. She also hit a pair of three’s.

Kennedy Fries added eight points and five rebounds.

For Le Roy, Kaitlyn Tresco (16 points and five rebounds), Abby Allen (14 points) and Kenna Mackenzie (12 points and five rebounds) all scored in double figures. Lindsey Steffenilla added six points and five rebounds for Le Roy.

“As we move into the second half of our season, I look forward to seeing how our young team responds to the challenges that lie ahead,” Le Roy coach Rob Currin said. “We’ve yet to realize our potential and channel our collective energy into favorable outcomes but I am confident that we will get there.”

After starting the season 1-7, Avon has now won three straight to move to 4-7 while Le Roy fell to 2-8.

Geneseo 43, Letchworth 28

Visiting Geneseo jumped out to a 25-7 lead at the half as they ousted Letchworth Friday.

Mary Claire Rollins led Geneseo with 14 points.

Morgan Brace added 14 points for the Lady Indians.

“Good job to Geneseo tonight,” Letchworth coach Mike Grasso said. “They came to play and it showed. We played a little bit better in the second half, but the damage was done. We did a poor job of matching their intensity, but we do get another shot at them at the end of the season. I am confident that we will play a better ballgame the second time around.”

Genesee Region

Kendall 54, Lyndonville 38

Kendall opened the game on a 20-0 run and never looked back as the Lady Eagles improved to 10-1 on the season.

Senior forwards Alezya Brown and Libby Snyder both scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds apiece to lead the way.

Snyder, who added her ninth double-double of the season, also blocked five shots.

Senior Guard Emma Allen chipped in with 10 points to go along with three rebounds and three assists while senior guard T’Mia Kitchings added six points and seven rebounds.

Lyndonville was led by Karlee Rounds who had 18 points and nine rebounds as the Lady Tigers fell to 8-2.

Byron-Bergen 58, Pembroke 48

Junior MacKenzie Senf scored a career-high 18 points as the Lady Bees defeated Pembroke Friday.

Fellow juniors Ava Wagoner and Dayanara Caballero both chipped in with 14 points for B-B, who led 32-23 at the half.

Pembroke was led by Sydney Johnson with 19 points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals while Elle Peterson chipped in with eight points and five rebounds. Olivia Breeden added eight points for the Dragons.

“The offense played well tonight<�” B-B coach Rick Krzewinski said. “We came out in a triangle and two as we wanted to hold Izzy Breeden and Karli Housenecht in check which we did but Sydney Johnson really hurt us. We switched to man half way through the third for the rest of the game.”

B-B is 7-3 while Pembroke fell to 5-6.

Elba 47, Alexander 41

Adrianna Long scored 15 points while Sydney Reilly added 10 as visiting Elba (6-4) got the victory.

Dakota Brinkman and Maddie Hall added eight and six points respectively for the Lady Lancers.

Alexander (6-6) was led by Natalie Whitmore’s 17 points while Alyssa Kramer added 14.

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