AVOCA - Addison edged Canisteo-Greenwood 49-40 in the third place game of the Steuben County Girls Tournament Tuesday.

After a close first quarter in which the Knights took a 12-11 lead, Addison exploded for a 20-4 run in the second quarter.

"We hit four 3-pointers, Veronica (Dailey) hit three straight threes," Addison head coach Joe Oliverio said. "We shot extremely well as a team. Girls showed up on both ends of the court."

Dailey led the Knights with 20 points and five rebounds and Bionca Conklin added 14 points and seven rebounds.

Elizabeth Roach led the Redskins with 17 points.

"A great team win, we're playing some great basketball right now, good to see heading in to sectionals." said Oliverio.

Hammondsport 55, Bradford 34

HAMMONDSPORT - Hammondsport topped Bradford 55-34 in a consolation game of the Steuben County Tournament on Tuesday.

The Lakers jumped out to a 16-10 lead after eight minutes and never looked back.

"We got out to an early lead with pressure defense," Hammondsport head coach Brian Jones said.

McKenzie Boscoe led the Lakers with 16 points and Tea Flynn added 10 points and 12 rebounds.

Brittany Rinker had nine points for the Braves.

Non-league boys basketball

Dryden 53, Elmira Notre Dame 48

DRYDEN - Dryden overcame a nine point fourth quarter deficit to top Elmira Notre Dame 53-48 on Tuesday.

The Crusaders battled to a 42-33 lead after three quarters, but was outscored 20-6 in the fourth quarter.

"We couldn't make plays and couldn't make free-throws," Elmira Notre Dame head coach Bill Hopkins said. "I thought Dryden played harder than we did."

Wes Stahlman and Keegan Gefin had 17 points for Dryden.

Gary Raupers led END with 17 points and Cole Clark added 10 points.

Horseheads 43, Johnson City 39

HORSEHEADS - Horseheads defeated Johnson City 43-39 on Tuesday at home.

The Blue Raiders outscored the Wildcats 22-17 in the second half after the score was tied after 16 minutes.

Alli Richmond led the Blue Raiders with 12 points, Jill Casey had 11 points and Jenna Granger added nine points.

Natalie Novak had 10 points for the Wildcats.

Horseheads improves to 14-5 with the win.