YORK — York used a strong fourth quarter to top Prattsburgh by a score of 60-56 on Monday in a non-league boys basketball contest.
York outscored the Vikings 19-11 in the fourth quarter.
“I thoiught York did a nice job of taking things away from us,” Prattsburgh head coach Brian Putnam said. “They played good defense and clogged up the lane.”
Garrett Socola had 14 points for the Vikings and Mason Putnam and Chris Johnson each added 13 points.
Riley Stella led York with 24 points and Nick Cunningham chipped in 15 points.
Prattsburgh (4-1) will host Addison on Wednesday in its next contest at 7:15 p.m.
SCAA boys basketball
Avoca 63, Bath Haverling 51
The Tigers tamed the Rams on Monday by a score of 63-51.
Avoca was led by LaDre Stanford’s 23 and Evan Reppert who had 14.
Bath Haverling was led by Blake Hess who netted 16 and Ethan Buckley with 14.
“We just didn’t have an answer for LaDre,” Bath head coach William Baker said. “He had some amazing takes to the basket. That said I am really happy with the way my team is getting better at both ends of the court.”
Bath will host Hornell on Wednesday in its next game at 7 p.m.
Prattsburgh 71, Avoca 57
PRATTSBURGH - Prattsburgh topped Avoca 71-57 on Monday in a SCAA boys basketball matchup.
Mason Putnam had 29 points to lead the Vikings, while LaDre Stanford poured in 26 for Avoca.
Corning boys, girls win 607 invite
ITHACA - Both the Corning boys and the Corning girls took home wins in the 607 invite on Friday.
On the boys side, The Hawks finished with a team score of 50 followed by Union-Endicott (38), Binghamton (37), Union Springs (34) and Horseheads (33).
Quinn Nicholson took first in the 1,600 meter run for Corning in 4:26.06 followed by Dan Gahagan, who finished in 4:26.06. The team of Byrce Derick, Nicholson, Gahagan and Camden Zaidel ran to a first place finish in the 4X800 meter relay.
Horseheads’ team of Owen Juan, Nate Wilsoncroft, Connor Thorpe and Mubeen Zainul finished second in the 4X800 meter relay in 9:12.66.
Johnson City’s Sam Carter took first in the 300 meter dash (36.48) and Jack Larson of Corning was second in 37.29.
Andrew Badam from Moravia placed first in the 600 meter run (1:27.80), followed by Horseheads’ Wilsoncroft (1:27.92) and Elmira’s Patrick Milliken (1:28.20).
Tre’von Alvarez was second in the 55 meter hurdles for Elmira with a time of 8.92.
For the girls, The Hawks finished with a team score of 87, Elmira was second with a 69, Ithaca placed third (53.50) and Horsheads was fourth (47).
Lindsey Butler was first in the 300 meter dash for the Hawks in 42.57, Cleo Baker took first in the 600 meter run (1:40.29), Claire Mason finished in first in the 1000 meter run in 3:08.84 and Baker, Emma Brown, Grace Bickham and Mason placed first in the 4X800 meter relay in 10:12.20.
Erin Tucker won the 1,500 meter race walk for the Hawks in 8:20.17 and teammate Angela Collins was second in 8:28.39.
Madison Klein won the 1,500 meter run for the Blue Raiders in 4:59.76.
In the 3,000 meter run, Elmira’s Olivia Lovejoy was second in 11:06.02 and Horseheads’ Samantha Woodworth took third in 11:08.02.
Audem Jackson took second for the Express in the 55 meter hurdles in 9.66 seconds and Lyndsey Cobb-Wilkins placed second in the weight throw with a toss of 35-02.50.