PRATTSBURGH - No. 8 seeded Prattsburgh edged No. 9 seeded Avoca 1-0 on Wednesday in the first round of sectional girls soccer play.
Mackenzie Lynk netted the lone goal for the Vikings in the 28th minute on an assist from Chloe Quick.
Avoca outshot Prattsburgh 11-9 in the contest.
Hailey Joesph had six saves for the Vikings and Naomi Evans stopped four shots for the Tigers.
“This was a very close game, it could have went either way, but we came out on top tonight,” Prattsburgh head coach Joel Shaffer said. "Both teams hustled all night long and played a great game.
Prattsburgh will travel to No. 1 seeded Andover on Saturday at 3 p.m. in its next match.
Jasper-Troupsburg 7, Hammondsport 0
JASPER-TROUPSBURG - No. 3 seeded Jasper-Troupsburg got offensive in its 7-0 win over No. 14 seeded Hammondsport on Wednesday.
Kathryn Groff had the long goal for the Wildcats in the first half in the 29th minute on an assist from Ally Hayes.
“We kind of talked at half time about playing our game, and they went out and did it in the second half," Jasper-Troupsburg head coach Lorin VanSkiver said.
The Wildcats posted six goals in the second half, with two more coming from Groff and Ally Hayes, Brynn Waters, Taryn Hayes and Morgan Schenck all added goals.
The Wildcats will next play on Saturday night at home.
Corning 3, Binghamton 2
CORNING - Corning dropped the first two sets, but came back with three straight wins for a 3-2 victory over Binghamton on Tuesday. The game scores were 25-27, 15-25, 25-17, 25-23 and 26-24.
Sadie Sharkey had two ace serves, nine kills and 16 digs for the Hawks and Rianne Nickerson 11 assists and nine digs.
Gabi Jankowski added eight kills, Olivia Tanneberger posted five kills and five blocks, Madison Gorges chipped in two aces, four kills, 10 assists and three digs.
Binghamton was led by Bailee Jones with 14 kills and 11 digs, Brianna Kosinski posted 39 assists and Sela Kent added 16 digs.
Corning will travel to Union-Endicott on Thursday at 6:15 p.m. in its next match.
Bath 3, Wayland-Cohocton 0
BATH - Bath swept Wayland-Cohocton 3-0 on Wednesday by scores of 25-17, 25-19 and 25-12.
Maddy Scott had 13 digs and six aces for the Rams, Ali Dickson posted seven kills and 10 digs and Jubalee Krisher added 17 setter assists.
Kaitlyn Wagner led the Eagles with six digs.
"The team is starting to gell at the right time and hope to make a run in sectionals," Bath head coach Stacey Brzezinski said.
Bath will play next Wednesday in the first round of sectional play. The site and opponent is still to be determined.