CORNING — Ithaca edged Corning 218-22 on Tuesday at Corning Country Club.

Hunter Crouch was the overall medalist in the match, carding a 38 for the Hawks. Other scores from Corning included Tyler Thomas with a 39, Chris Durkin and Mike Rovolo both shot a 48 and Jiram Hawthwar posted a 49.

“It was good, We bumped some guys up, had some new positions and groupings,” Corning head coach Kevin Scanlon said. “I thought they handled it well. They played their game. I feel like we’re coming along.”

Both Ithaca and Corning are now 7-4 on the season.

The Hawks will travel to Binghamton in their next game on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.


Wayland-Cohocton 95, Bath 88

WAYLAND-COHOCTON - Wayland-Cohocton topped Bath 95-88 on Tuesday in a match that came down to the final relay.

Sydney Wetherbee, Baily Halbert, Leaha Langerman and, Emma Baker won the deciding 400 freestyle relay by 15 seconds.

Evyn Meldrum won two individual events for the Eagles including the 200 yard freestyle (2:14.57) and the 500 freestyle (6:05.03).

Meldrum was also part of the winning 200 medley relay for Way/Co, which also included Langerman, Samantha Stanton and MacKenzie Curtin in 2:07.41.

Curtin (200 individual medley; 2:39.75), Langerman (100 backstroke; 1:14.59) and Stanton (100 breaststroke; 1:20.39) also picked up individual wins for the Eagles.

MacKenna Taggart was a double winner for Bath in the 100 butterfly (1:06.70) and the 50 freestyle (26.43).

“It was a close meet the whole way. The team put up a good fight; but, fell short,” Bath head coach Dan Easterbrook said.

The Rams will travel to Dansville in their next meet on Thursday at 5 p.m.


Horseheads 97, Owego 89

HORSEHEADS - Horseheads improved to 4-0 with a 97-89 win over Owego on Tuesday. Oweg took first in the 200 medley relay with Emma French, Summer Pierce, Kristen McKee and Katie Shoen finishing in 1:53.64.

With the win, Owego qualified for NYS Championships in the 200 Freestyle Relay.

Owego also qualified for NYS Championships in the 100 Butterfly and set the pool record in the 400 Freestyle Relay that was originally set by Watkins Glen in 1999.

Hannah Ott won the 200 yard freestyle for the Blue Raiders in 2:04.94 and the 500 yard freestyle with a time of 5:36.19.

Other winners for Horseheads included Sophia Verkleeren (200 yard IM; 2:12.88), Maddy Rogan (100 yard freestyle; 54.92) and Lindsay McCawley (100 yard breaststroke; 1:13.24).

Cross country

Bath 19, Kendall 44; Alexander 27, Bath 28; LeRoy 22, Bath 35

GENESEE - Bath won one match and lost two in a tri-meet at Genesee Valley Park on Tuesday. Ethan Harold took second for the Rams with a time of 18:23.

Other finishers for Bath included Toby Cash-Rawleigh (10th; 20:26), Nate Yehl (11th; 20:46), Nolan Harold (12th; 21:05) and David Delio (17th 21:58). Bath will travel to Genesee Valley Park on Saturday.

Arkport 15, Jasper-Troupsburg 50; Arkport 25, Avoca 32; Avoca 15, Jasper-Troupsburg 50

ARKPORT - Arkport completed the sweep in a tri-meet on Tuesday.

Arkport’s Dennis Pierce placed first in the boys race in 19:58 followed by Hayden Barry (Avoca; 20:21), Kolton Hawkins (Jasper-Troupsburg; 20:29), Lewis Payine (20:40) and Devin Evarts (Avoca; 22:39). On the girls side, Morgan Evarts from Avoca finished first in 27:06, Jillian Miles from Jasper-Troupsburg took second in 27:27 and Ellen McAnnes placed third for Arkport in 29:59.

Elmira performs well at meet

ELMIRA – The Notre Dame Cross Country Team had a strong showing Tuesday night against Watkins Glen, Thomas Edison, and Spencer-Van Etten Candor in a IAC home meet at the Elmira College Murray Athletic Center.

The boys team was paced by meet winner Steven Segal, who set a new course record of 18:46. He was followed by Gabe Planty, Aaron Planty, Max Evans, Sean Holland and Sam Thorsland of Watkins Glen.

Watkins Glen won the boys meet with a perfect score of 15 over Edison (58) and Spencer-VanEtten Candor (61). Brett Eichenlaub led Edison with a 7th place finish and he was followed by teammate Ryan Benedict in 8th. Steven Gough rounded out the Notre Dame scoring with a 12th place finish.

Thomas Edison’s Riley Vincent set a new course record in the girls race with a 23:04. She was followed by Spencer’s Alicia Long and Notre Dame’s Piper Young. Edison’s Anna Edwards was fourth and Watkins’ Kai Sutterby was fifth. Paige Grube (Spencer), McKenzie Kellogg (Watkins), Julia Eichenlaub (Edison), Claire Kubinski (ND), and Bri Novelo (Spencer) round out the top 10. In girls varsity team results Edison beat out Spencer-Van Etten Candor 27 to 29.

“Despite the heat, the kids did a real good job. Steven Segal had a solid race for us and Piper keeps getting better and better,” head coach Chris Wise said.

Notre Dame will be in action again Saturday at the McQuaid Invitational in Rochester.

SCAA girls soccer

Canisteo-Greenwood 5, Bradford 1

BRADFORD - Canisteo-Greenwood topped Bradford 5-1 on Tuesday. Allie Smith had two goals for the Redskins and Danielle Dennis, Katy Amidon and Taneeka Howell all recorded a single goal. Olivia Phenes scored Bradfords lone goal on an assist from Brittany Rinker.

Canisteo-Greenwood outshot Bradford 22-2 in the contest. Samantha Welch had four saves for the Braves and Mario Antonio added 12 saves. Bradford will travel to Hammondsport on Friday at 7 p.m.