HORSEHEADS - Horseheads and Vestal battled to a split decision on Thursday at Rossi Lanes in a STAC bowling matchup with the Blue Radier girls taking home a 4-0 and the Vestal boys winning 4-0.
Abbey Marshall recorded a 560 series to lead the Blue Raiders including a 231 game and Lindsey Van Alstyne added a 487 series.
Vestal was led by Taylor Morcello, who rolled a 482 series.
In the boys game, Zach Casiuk had a 689 series for the Golden Bears (179, 246, 264) and Nick LaPicolo posted a 637 series.
Arjun Patel was tops for the Blue Raiders with a 649 series (229, 234, 186) and Andrew Scholl had a 224 game, part of a 560 series.
Horseheads will travel to Binghamton for its next game on Jan 29 with a 4:30 p.m. start time.
Union Springs-Port Byron 4, Watkins Glen 0; Union Springs-Port Byron 4, Watkins Glen 0
UNION SPRINGS - Union Springs-Port Byron executed a clean sweep of Watkins Glen in both the boys and girls contests on Thursday.
In the boy game, Matt Fritz rolled a 707 series for US-PB (247, 216, 244) while Mitch Hamel added a 665 series and Matthew Ward chipped in a 619 series.
Wrett Brower led Watkins Glen with a 619 series including a 221 game and Steven Bradley had a 595 series (200, 212, 183).
On the girls side, Keri Jesmer was the lead scorer for US-PB with a 548 series and Mikala Smith rolled a 525 series.
The Senecas were led by Nancy Jackson's 452 series and Alyiah Clink Bentley posted a 407 series.
Non-league girls basketball
Prattsburgh 74, CG Finney 31
PRATTSBURGH - Prattsburgh got offensive in its 74-31 win over CG Finney on Thursday at home.
The Vikings came out of the gates strong with a 24-5 advantage after the first quarter led by eight points from Lauren Robbins and Hannah Wijkamp.
Prattsburgh kept the pressure on the next 24 minutes, outscoring CG Finney 50-26.
Robbins had 27 points and 11 rebounds for the Vikings, Wijkamp added 11 points, Lucia D'Arpino chipped in nine points and 10 rebounds and Emi Moore had eight points.
"We had great balance on the offensive end and our defense shined once again," Prattsburgh head coach Jeff Gilbert said. We're seeing excellent team effort, great to have this time of year."
Lydia VanLeevven had 10 points for CG Finney.
Prattsburgh will host Notre Dame Batavia on Saturday at 2 p.m. in its next contest.
IAC girls basketball
Waverly 60, Watkins Glen 44
WATKINS GLEN - Waverly traveled to Watkins Glen and came away with a 60-44 win in an IAC girls basketball matchup on Thursday.
Waverly held a 27-20 advantage at halftime and outscored the Senecas 33-24 in the final 16 minutes.
Alex Tomasso had 20 points for the Wolverines including three 3-pointers and Ellie Nittinger had 21 points.
Hannah Morse and Taylor Kelly each netted 11 points for Watkins Glen.
STAC girls basketball
Johnson City 56, Corning 42
JOHNSON CITY - Johnson City used a strong second half to top Corning 56-42 on Thursday.
The Hawks took a 26-24 lead in to halftime on three 3-pointers by Lindsey Bagley amd six points from Lauren Beall.
Johnson City responded after the break, outscoring Corning 32-16 in the final 16 minutes.
Molly Burdick had 15 points to lead the Wildcats and Kadeijah Clemons added 12 points.
Bagley ended with 15 points for the Hawks and Kenna Newman chipped in 12 points.
Corning will host Owego on Monday at 7:45 p.m. next game.