PRATTSBURGH - Garrett Socola became the all-time leading scorer in the history of the Vikings as Prattsburgh topped Lima Christian 105-76 on Tuesday in a non league boys basketball matchup

Socola needed seven points to break the record of 1,313 and put up 25 points and 11 rebounds.

“He’s meant a lot to our team, he’s a great kid,” Prattsburgh head coach Brian Putnam said. “It couldn’t have happened to a better kid, he’s definitely deserving.”

Mason Putnam had 37 points and dished out eight assists for the Vikings who led 60-32 at halftime.

Jason Faynor had 36 to lead Lima Christian and John Faynor added 20 points.

“The kids played well, we shared the ball really well, they were looking for each other tonight,” said Putnam.

Prattsburgh finished with 21 team assists.

The Vikings improve to 9-1 with the win and will host Cuba-Rushford on Thursday at 7 p.m.

SCAA boys basketball

Hammondsport 52, Alfred Almond 28

HAMMONDSPORT - The Hammondsport Lakers took a win from Alfred Almond on Tuesday, 52-28.

Brayden Whitcomb had 15 points and 26 rebounds to lead Hammondsport. Four other Lakers netted seven and eight points each to complete a well-rounded team effort.

Brady Holmok of the Eagles scored eight points.

Hammondsport will play at home on Friday against Arkport-Canaseraga.

IAC boys basketball

Tioga 68, Elmira Notre Dame 46

ELMIRA - Tioga took down Elmira Notre Dame on Tuesday 68-46.

“ We got outplayed, out rebounded, out coached,” Elmira Notre Dame head coach Bill Hopkins said. “It was an overall below average day for us. They played very physical defense and we did not respond. they were much better than we were tonight.”

Gary Raupers led the Crusaders with 15 points.

The Tigers had four players in double figures led by Demario Chambers with 15, Connor Hutchinson had 14 and Nick Klossner and Pierce Hendershot chipped in 11 points.

The Crusaders (6-4) will host Marathon on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in their next game.


Addison 98, Genesee Valley 82

ADDISON - Addison topped Genesee Valley 98-82 on Tuesday in Addison.

Nathan Hough was a triple winner for the Knights with two individual wins in the 50 yard freestyle (25.13) and the 100 yard freestyle (56.75) and was part of the relay team of Thomas Jacobson, Zach O’Neill and Dylan Drake that finished in 1:48.36.

O’Neill also won the 200 yard freestyle in 2:10.02 for Addison and Trent Makowiec (1 meter diving; 238.65) and Tim Hamilton (200 individual medley; 2:37.45) also were individual winners.

Gavin Hand was a double winner for Genesee Valley in the 100 yard butterfly (1:08.45) and the 100 yard backstroke (1:09.10). Genesee Valley also won the 200 yard medley relay and the 400 yard freestyle relay.

Campbell-Savona 109, Canisteo-Greenwood 62

CAMPBELL-SAVONA - Campbell-Savona swam past Canisteo-Greenwood on Tuesday by a score of 109-62.

Derrick Goll, Caine Taft, Jacob Sullivan and Mark Eaton broke the Panthers team record in the 200 yard medley relay with a time of 1:47.35 as well as breaking the 9-year-old pool record in the 200 yard freestyle relay, finishing in 1:35.22.

Mark Eaton was a double individual winner for the Panthers in the 200 yard freestyle (2:04.41) and diving with a score of 246.75.

Also picking up individual wins for Campbell-Savona were Catrice Taft (200 individual medley; 2:52.08), Caine Taft (50 yard freestyle; 23.47), Joe Dick (100 yard freestyle; 56.96) and Ben Feldman (500 yard freestyle; 5:58.35).

Aidan Steffey was a double individual winner for Canisteo-Greenwood in the 100 yard butterfly (1:02.21) and the 100 yard breaststroke (1:15.76).

“I think the kids swam well, had a lot of season and personal bests,” Campbell-Savona head coach Bob Loveless said. “We had a home meet and the kids, like any other sport, like swimming at home and feel more comfortable.”

Campbell-Savona improves to 7-0 in dual meets on the season and 13-1 overall. The Panthers will travel to Alfred-Almond on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in their next contest.

Bath 97, Hornell 71

HORNELL - Bath traveled to Hornell and came away with a 97-71 win on Tuesday.

Tannner Kulikowski, Patrick Koehler, Liam Narby and Dathan Corbett won the 200 yard  medley relay for the Rams in 2:01.67.

Koehler posted an individual win in the 200 yard individual medley in 2:28.23 and the 100 yard butterfly (1:06.35).

Ethan Harold (100 yard freestyle; 1:00.69), Kulikowski (50 yard freestyle; 24.74), Hunter Noteware (500 yard freestyle; 5:44.67) also posted individual wins for the Rams.

The Team of Koehler, Derrick Cornish, Calen Holmes and Narby took first in the 200 yard freestyle relay in 1:45.14.

“Great way to finish the season with a win," Bath head coach Dan Easterbrook said. "The team had some great swims tonight and some swimmers were able to swim other events.”

Bath will host the Fab 4 meet with swimming on Friday at 5 p.m. and diving on Saturday at 3 p.m.