CAMPBELL-SAVONA - Campbell-Savona broke three team records on its way to a 106-70 win over Alfred-Almond on Thursday in a SCAA dual meet.

Katie Austin broke the Campbell-Savona girls team record with a 1:08 in the 100 yard butterfly, Caine Taft broke the Panthers boys record in the 500 yard freestyle in 5:46.06 and the C-S 400 freestyle relay team of Taft, Jacob Sullivan, Derrick Goll and Mark Eaton broke the team record by three second with a time of 3:39.73.

Taft, Goll, Eaton and Sullivan also won the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:56.67 and Joe Dick, Kirk Reisenger, Alex Feldman and Joel VanSkiver won the 200 yard freestyle relay in 1:47.59.

Individual winners for the Panthers included Eaton in the 200 yard IM with a time of 2:23.00, Joe Dick touched first in the 50 yard freestyle in 25.69 and Ben Feldman took first in the 200 yard freestyle in 2:13.31.

Logan Dwyer took first in the 100 yard backstroke in 1:05.80 and Ben Deutsch won the 100 yard breaststroke with a time of 1:18.92 as the lone winners for Alfred-Almond.

Campbell-Savona improves to 1-0 in dual meets and will travel to Hornell on Saturday at 11 a.m. in its next contest.

STAC boys basketball

Corning 62, Maine-Endwell 42

CORNING - Corning improved its record to 2-1 with a 62-42 win over Maine-Endwell on Thursday.

Jason Rodriguez and Myles Bankston paced the Hawks with 14 of the Hawks 15 first quarter points with Rodriguez netting eight and Bankston dropping six points.

The Hawks picked up their defense in the second quarter, outscoring Maine-Endwell 17-6. Rodriguez added seven more points in the quarter for a 32-17 halftime lead.

Corning outscore the Spartans 30-27 in the second half for the win.

Rodriguez ended with 22 points and Bankston had 20.

“I think the kids from a defnseive standpoint, have guarded really well in three games," Corning head coach John Fesetch said. "Myles showed the type of player he has become tonight. The time he’s put in definitely showed tonight."

Corning will travel to Bishop Kearney to face Northstar in the Bishop Kearney Showcase on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. in its next contest.

SCAA girls basketball

Addison 42, Hammondsport 29

ADDISON - Addison took down Hammondsport 42-29 on Thursday at home.

Bionca Conklin had 11 points to lead the Knights, Tayah Jackson added eight points, seven steals and six assists and Sadie Morse had seven points and eight rebounds.

Paige McDonald had five points and 15 rebounds for the Lakers.

“Defensively I was happy with our effort, It was a good team win," Addison head coach Joe Oliverio said. Offensively, it’s a work in progress.”

Addison improves to 2-0 with the win and will travel to Wellsville on Saturday at 5:30 p.m.

SCAA boys basketball

Hammondsport 45, Canisteo-Greenwood 42

HAMMONDSPORT - Hammondsport edged Canisteo-Greenwood 45-42 on Wednesday in a SCAA boys basketball matchup. 

Hammondsport went into half-time with a nine point lead with a 6-0 run at the end of the second quarter.

The Redskins came out scoring 25 points in the 3rd, lead by Brennan Baker scoring eight of his 11 total points and Colin Feenaughty scoring seven of his 12 total points.

The Lakers were able to wrap it up by outscoring the Redskins 12-6 in the 4th for a 45-42 victory.

High scorers for Hammondsport were Brayden Whitcomb and Parker Watson each netting 12 points. Whitcomb grasping 13 rebounds and four steals. 

Hammondsport will host Prattsburgh on Tuesday in its next contest.

High School Bowling

Watkins Glen 3, Newark Valley 1; Watkins Glen 4, Newark Valley 0

NEWARK VALLEY - Watkins Glen swept Newark Valley with the boys winning 3-1 and the girls taking home a 4-0 victory on Thursday.

For the boys, Steven Bradley led the way for the Senecas with a 569 series (160, 188, 221) and Wyatt Brower chipped in a 540 series (144, 182, 214).

Kyle Pratt rolled a 657 series (246, 195, 216) for Newark Valley and Alex Umiker added a 604 series including a 215 game.

On the girls side, Kendra Cornish rolled a 436 series for the Senecas including a 204 game. Alyiah Clink-Bently posted a 146 game and Hayley Cornish rolled a 156 game.

Victoria Mellen had a 343 seires for Newark Valley.