HORSEHEADS - Both the Elmira boys and girls posted 4-1 wins over Horseheads at Rossi Lanes in a STAC bowling contest on Wednesday.
For the boys, Zak Judson led Elmira with a 655 series (208, 233, 214), Wilson Hansen added a 591 series including games of 210 and 230 and Connor Malloy rolled a 586 series.
Colby Wolever-Frost posted a 685 series (228, 191, 266) and Andrew School added a 607 series (211, 183, 213) for the Blue Raiders. David Hawkins added a 538 series with a high game of 206.
On the girls side, the Express were led by Alexus Hutchings’ 554 series that included a 222 game. Loghan Wagner rolled a 546 series (199, 165, 202) and Kayla Avery added a 526 series.
Lindsey Van Alstyne recorded a 525 series with a 215 game to lead Horseheads.
PRATTSBURGH - Prattsburgh had four players in double figures as it topped Campbell-Savona 89-49 in an SCAA boys basketball matchup on Wednesday.
The Vikings got out to a 49-27 lead at the break and held the Panthers to just five points in the third quarter. “We talked about defending a little better at halftime, and only gave up five points in the third,” Prattsburgh head coach Brian Putnam said. “So I was proud of them.”
Ethan Park had a team-high 11 points for Campbell-Savona and Owen Jule added eight points.
Prattsburgh (8-1) will travel to Notre Dame Batavia on Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
HAMMONDSPORT - Hammondsport won over Arkport-Canaseraga 42-32.
The Lakers started out with a 8-5 lead over Arkport-Canaseraga, then lost the lead for two quarters and then by implementing the press, Hammondsport took the lead in the fourth.
Dillan Conley had seven steals and seven points, part of Hammondsport’s 19 steals as a team.
The Lakers’ press and the 9 of 10 free throws made in the fourth quarter sealed the win.
Billy Whitney and Parker Watson had nine points each for Hammondsport.
High scorers for Arkport-Canaseraga were Ryan Reynolds with 13 points and Zach Prial with 12.
ELMIRA - Notre Dame got off to a fast start in its 75-46 win over Trumansburg Tuesday.
The Crusaders (6-3) grabbed a 30-5 lead after eight minutes against their winless foe.
“We had a goal that we set out to do and we did it,” Notre Dame head coach Bill Hopkins said. “We pressured their guards, forced turnovers and turned them into easy baskets.”
Notre Dame was led by Gary Raupers, who netted 26 points, while dishing out eight assists and generating nine steals.
“We played very unselfish tonight,” Hopkins said. “I thought it was a step in the right direction for us.”
Kyreese Fisher added 15 points, while Ben Cook grabbed 11 boards for the Crusaders.
Trumansburg (0-8) got 15 points from Josiah Lopez.
Notre Dame will travel to Southern Cayuga for a 7 p.m. game Friday.
YORK - Bath picked up a 51-46 road win over York on Wednesday.
“York is a tough place to play and a good team that is just starting to come together, so I’m very happy with the win,” Bath head coach Randy Abrams said.
Jadyn Abrams led the Rams with 22 points, 15 rebounds and four steals. Mackenna Taggart and Jourdan Machuga each added 10 points.
“Jourdan (Machuga) hit a couple of huge 3-pointers late in the fourth when the game was really still up in the air,” Abrams said.
Rebecca Fuller had 17 points and Jaden Englert chipped in 16 points for York.
Bath (7-3) will travel to Wayland-Cohocton on Wednesday Jan 10 in its next game.
LANSING - Watkins Glen traveled to Lansing and came away with a convincing 58-22 win on Tuesday.
The Senecas jumped on the Bobcats early, with a 26-4 start and never looked back.
Taylor Kelly had 14 points to lead Watkins Glen, Julia Reilly added nine points and Hannah Moorse chipped in eight points and six assists.
Lena Gisler netted a team high five points for Lansing.
The Senecas (9-1) will host Waverly on Friday at 7 p.m. in their next game.