HORSEHEADS - Horseheads and Binghamton bowled to a split on Tuesday with the Horseheads girls winning 4-0 and the Binghamton boys taking home a 3-1 victory.

In the girls game, Mackenzie Minor rolled a 570 series for the Blue Raiders and Abbey Marshall had a 546 series including a 215 game. Cassandra Felks chipped in a 199 game.

Keanna Mack-Feggins had a 493 series including a 177 game for the Patriots.

On the boys side, Binghamton was led by Tyler McNeil who rolled a 652 series (243, 206, 203) while Alec McNeil added a 225 game and Ranyer Ayte posted a 231 game.

Colby Wolever Frost led Horsheads with 649 series including a 289 game. Arjun Patel added a 225 game and David Hawkins contributed a 218 game.

Horseheads will travel to Johnson City in its next match on Thursday at 3:40 p.m.


Ithaca 117, Corning 69

CORNING - Ithaca won 10 of 12 events on its way to a 117-69 win over Corning on Tuesday.

Corning posted wins in diving as Logan Bunch posted a score of 234.70 and Cal Bartone picked up a win in the 100 yard breaststroke in 1:07.98.

For Ithaca, Timothy Hector was a triple winner with individual wins in the 200 yard freestyle (1:57.84) and 100 yard backstroke. Hector was also part of the winning 400 yard freestyle relay team that also included Sergio Gomez, Sam Glaubitz and Evan Stevens.

Gomez posted individual wins in the 200 yard individual medley (2:14.03) and the 500 yard freestyle and was also part of the Little Red’s winning 200 yard medley relay squad that also included Carter Anderson, Leo Song and Nate Adams.

Anderson touched first in the 100 yard butterfly for Ithaca in 57.26 and Stevens won the 100 yard freestyle (49.98).

Corning will host Binghamton in its next meet next Thursday, December 21 at 5:30 p.m.

Livonia 100 Bath 80

BATH - Livonia topped Bath 100-80 on Tuesday.

Dylan Hoad was the only individual winner for the Rams, he won diving with the score of 153.82

Bath also won the 400 Free Relay of Tanner Kulikowski, Liam Narby, Hunter Noteware, Calen Holmes 3:57.50.

“Livonia is a strong team and they are deep in talent,” Bath head coach Daniel Easterbrook said. “Our boys posted some good times because of the competition. Also a few of Rams made a sectional qualifying time for the first time tonight.”

Bath will travel to Avon Thursday for a 5:30 start.

STAC girls basketball

Corning 56, Vestal 50

VESTAL - Corning picked up its first win of the season on Tuesday with a 56-50 victory over Vestal.

Kenna Newman led the Hawks with 16 points seven rebounds and six assists, while Kalea Faulk added 12 points and Lindsay Bagley chipped in 11 points. Lauren Beall added four points and 11 rebounds.

Sarah Harding led the Golden Bears with 13 points and Amanda Fedor contributed 11.

“It was a great team effort on the boards for the second game in a row,” Corning head coach Michael Johnston said. We had big baskets at key times from Lindsay Bagley and Ragan Long. Erin Terwilliger did a great job taking care of the ball at point guard.”

Corning will travel to Elmira for its next game on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

non league girls basketball

Watkins Glen 64, Trumansburg 16

WATKINS GLEN - Watkins Glen took down Trumansburg by a score of 64-16 on Tuesday.

Ryanna LaMoreaux and Hannah Morse led the Senecas with 16 a piece. Morse added six steals and seven assists.

The Senecas improve to 3-0 with the win.

Addison 33, Bolivar-Richburg 16

ADDISON - Addison topped Bolivar-Richburg 33-16 on Tuesday at home.

Hannah Roy had eight points,13 rebounds and four steals to lead the Knights.

Aliyah Cole posted seven points, seven rebounds and four rebounds for Bolivar-Richburg.

“Defensively, we played with a lot of energy, I’m happy where were at defensively,” Addison head coach Joe Oliviero said. “We just have to find a way to score some more points. That will be the focal point in practice going forward.”

Addison improves to 3-1 with the win and will travel to Campbell-Savona on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in its next contest.

North Potter 49, Jasper-Troupsburg 47

NORTH POTTER - North Potter edged Jasper-Troupsburg 49-47 on Tuesday.

Kaile Coulburn had 17 points to lead North Potter.

Sydney Prutsman had 24 points for the Wildcats. Allison Hayes added eight points, eight rebounds, eight assists and four steals. Hailey McCaffery contributed two points and 10 rebounds.