UNION-ENDICOTT - Corning traveled to Union-Endicott and came away with a 69-59 win on Tuesday in a STAC boys basketball matchup to win its eighth game and clinch a spot in sectional play.

Ivan Jubilee scored 11 first half points as the Hawks took a 33-26 lead in to halftime.

Corning continued its scoring rampage in the third quarter as Jubilee netted eight points and Jacob Tober added nine points as the Hawks upped its lead to 54-41.

Union-Endicott outscored Corning 18-15, but the Hawks were able to hang on for the victory.

Juilee led the Hawks with 21 points, Jason Rodriguez added 17 points and Tober poured in 15 points.

Corning will host Horseheads on Friday at 7:45 p.m.

Steuben County Tournament

Girls basketball

Prattsburgh 61, Campbell-Savona 20

PRATTSBURGH - No. 1 seeded Prattsburgh got offensive in its 61-20 win over No. 8 seeded Campbell-Savona in the first round of the Steuben County Tournament on Tuesday.

The Vikings led 33-7 at halftime and never looked back.

"Solid defense & balanced scoring were key in tonight's win," Prattsburgh head coach Jeff Gilbert said.

Lauren Robbins had 18 points, six rebounds and six steals to lead the Vikings and Hannah Hopkins added 14 points.

Hailey Soporowski had six points for the Panthers and Kayla Barron added five points

 

STAC girls basketball

Horseheads 61, Binghamton 48

BINGHAMTON - Horseheads traveled to Binghamton on Monday and came away with a 61-48 victory.

After a 7-7 first quarter, Binghamton outscored Horseheads 19-12 in the next eight minutes powered by six points from Annie Ramil for a 26-19 lead at halftime.

The second half was all Blue Raiders and Jill Casey and Alli Richmond. Richmond and Casey both posted six points in the third quarter as Horseheads tied the score at 40 after three quarters.

Casey recorded 13 of Horseheads' 21 points in the final frame for the victory. The Blue Raider defense held Binghamton to just eight points in the fourth quarter.

With the win, Horseheads improves to 13-3.

Union-Endicott 51, Corning 45

UNION-ENDICOTT - Union-Endicott edged Corning 51-45 on Monday.

Lexie Brooks got the Tigers off to a fast start in the first half, netting 18 of her 23 total points in the first 16 minutes to help U-E take a 31-22 lead in to halftime.

Corning responded in the third quarter, cutting the lead to two as Kenna Newman had five points and Kenna Newman chipped in four points.

The Tigers stepped up their defense in the final frame, only allowing the Hawks six points.

Corning (2-13) will travel to Horseheads on Thursday at 7:45 p.m.

 

Alpine Skiing

Rams wrap up regular season

On Saturday, February 3rd, the Bath-Haverling Varsity Alpine Ski Team competed in a Slalom race beginning midway down the trail of Wheels Run at Swain Ski Resort.  Each skier had two runs and their times are combined to determine their place in the race. Arkport-Canaseraga hosted this morning race.
 
For the girls varsity, Senior Kayleigh Stonier finished in 14 th  place with a combined time of 1:45.69 seconds.  Junior Madison Shuart finished 20 th place with a combined time of 2:01.92 seconds. Senior Michelle Parsels, who just returned from injury, finished in 21 st place with a combined time of 2:11.62 seconds. Junior Arlene Yahn finished in 28 th  place with a single time of 1:10.04 seconds.  The Girls Team finished in 4th place within the Southern Tier Race League (STRL).
 
For the boys varsity, Senior Noah Hill finished in 11 th place with a combined time of 1:33.31 seconds. Junior Connor Bell finished 23 rd place with a combined time of 1:49.35 seconds.  Junior Jason Burg finished in 24 th place with a combined time of 1:52.20 seconds. Sophomore Teddie Robbins finished in 38th place with a single time of 1:02.65 seconds. Robbins did not finish his second run.  The boys team finished in 6th place within the STRL.

For the afternoon, there was a Giant Slalom race beginning at the top of Wheels Run at Swain Ski Resort. Each skier had one run to determine their place in the race. The STRL was the host for the final regular season race at Swain that same afternoon.
 
For the girls Varsity, Senior Kayleigh Stonier finished in 20 th  place with a single time of 52.18 seconds. Junior Madison Shuart finished in 21 st  place with a single time of 54.60 seconds.  Senior Michelle Parsels finished in 24 th place with a single time of 1:04.71 seconds. Junior Arlene Yahn finished in 24 th  place with a single time of 1:05.82 seconds.
 
For the boys varsity, Senior Noah Hill finished in 6 th  place with a single time of 44.01 seconds. Junior Connor Bell finished in 27 th place with a single time of 51.49 seconds. Junior Jason Burg finished right behind Bell in 28 th place with a single time of 51.95 seconds.  Sophomore Teddie Robbins finished in 30th place with a combined time of 1:49.34 seconds.
 
“Saturday was sunny, making it a great day for ski racing. Our first two weekend races in January had to be rescheduled because of the weather. All of our races were held at night during the week. There is a different vibe with a day race, and everyone was more upbeat. It was a nice way to end the regular season, especially for the seniors. It was an emotional day,” said Coach Wolfe. Senior Noah Hill finished 8 th overall among all of the Boys Varsity earning him a “Top 10” STRL sweatshirt. Senior Kayleigh Stonier finished 14 th overall for the Girls Varsity.

Sectionals will be held at Bristol Mountain, with Boys Varsity held on February 13, 2018 and Girls Varsity on February 14, 2018.