CORNING - Corning edged Maine-Endwell 217-252 at the back nine of the Corning Country Club on Monday.

Hunter Crouch was the overall medalist with a 39 for the Hawks, followed by Jiram Hathwar (43), Tyler Thomas (44), Drew Beall (45) and Kellan Beall (46).

Steve Degennaro, Brandon Brown and Josh Ryan all shot 49 for the Spartans.

James Cundy carded a 51 and Connor Greene had a 54.

Corning improves to 4-2 with the win and will travel to Willowcreek to face off against Horseheads today at 4 p.m.

“To beat a team like horseheads every guy has to have their best day,” Corning head coach Kevin Scanlon said. “We’re still reaching for that.”

SCAA Boys soccer

Prattsburgh 2, Arkport 1

PRATTSBURGH - Prattsburgh improved to 4-1 with a win over Arkport on Monday.

Garrett Socola and Mason Putnam netted goals for the Vikings, with Putnam also notching an assist.

Thomas Rink scored the lone goal for Arkport.

Pat Aini had seven saves for the Blue Jays and Ammon Anderson stopped four shots for Prattsburgh.

The Vikings will travel to Bradford on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

 Campbell-Savona 3, Canisteo-Greenwood 1

CAMPBELL-SAVONA - Campbell-Savona scored two first half goals on its way to a 3-1 win over Canisteo-Greenwood on Monday.

Ethan Park netted the first goal for the Panthers, followed by a goal from Owen Jewell.

Park added a second goal in the second half.

Corey Barker posted the lone goal for the Redskins.

Campbell-Savona outshot Canisteo-Greenwood 40-7.

Nate Gleason had six saves for the Panthers and Evan Amidon stopped 13 shots for the Redskins. "We did a nice job controlling the ball and were definitely looking to shoot the ball," Campbell-Savona head coach Marc Gurnsey said.

The Panthers will travel to Jasper-Troupsburg on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

Addison 0, Jasper-Troupsburg 0

ADDISON - Addison and Jasper-Troupsburg played to a 0-0 draw on Monday.

“Both teams had solid chances, it was a great game to watch,” Addison head coach Dennis Knowles said. “Two teams battling it out back and forth.”

Jasper-Troupsburg outshot Addison 13-11 in the contest.

Donovan Youmans had 11 saves for the Knights and Weston Hayes stopped 11 shots for the Wildcats.

Addison (3-1-1) will travel to Bradford on Friday at 4:30 p.m.

non league girls soccer

Scio 3, Hammondsport 0

HAMMONDSPORT - Alannah Davis recorded a hat trick as Scio defeated Hammondsport 3-0 on Monday.

Davis netted her goals in the second and seventh minute and completed the hat trick 16th minute of the second half.

Megan Allen stopped six shots for the Lakers.

Hammondsport will host Jasper-Troupsburg on Wednesday.


Corning Community College 2, Mohawk Valley Community College 1

MOHAWK VALLEY - Corning earned its first win of the season in dramatic fashion with a 2-1 victory over Mohawk Valley Community College on Sunday.

After a goal from Mohawk Valley’s Naz Deloach in the 36th minute of the first half, Corning responded with a goal from John Daley on an assist from Mbemba Sano.

Things were knotted until the 84th minute when Liam Murphy knocked in a rebound off of a free kick from Connor Nazarczyk.

“The boys put togehter a great effort, everyone worked together,” Corning head coach Adam Robinson said. “We responded after their goal quickly. It was good to see the guys to come out on top after the guys have been working so hard.”

Corning outshot Mohawk Valley 18-12 on the night.

Tyler Morehouse had 12 saves for the Red Barons and Caden Blazek stopped eight shots for the Hawks.

Corning (1-4) will travel to Mohawk Valley on Saturday at 3 p.m.


Hendrick Hudson Tournament

MONTROSE - Horseheads finished 5-3 overall and made it to the semi-finals of the Hendrick Hudson Breast Cancer Awareness Tournament over the weekend.

In the first game, Horseheads topped Argyle 25-23 and 25-13. The Blue Raiders then split with Hendrick Hudson, winning the first game 25-21 and dropping the second half 15-25. They swept John Jay East by scores of 25-9 and 25-21 and fell 2-0 to Hunderton Central 15-25 and 16-25.

With the pool play record, Horseheads was placed in the single elimination gold bracket, in which it won one and lost in the semi-finals.

In the quarterfinals Horseheads defeated Ursuline 25-20 and fell to Demarest 18-25.

“We played really well, it was a good showing for us,” Horseheads head coach Patti Perone said.

Avery Snyder posted 13 aces and 33 digs, Beth Collins added 30 kills and 24 digs and Chelsea Smith and Makenzie Osgood both added 11 kills on the afternoon.

Horseheads will travel to Johnson City today at 7 p.m.

non league volleyball

Hammondsport 3, Addison 1

ADDISON - Hammondsport improved to 5-1 defeating Addison in 4 sets 25-15, 25-12, 24-26, 25-21.

Robin Jenkins and Shelby Sherman had 8 and 5 aces respectively. Julia Bennett had 6 kills followed by Brianna Pratt and Shelby Sherman with 5. Brianna Pratt also had 17 setter assists.

Hammondsport will host Bath today at 7 p.m.