BATH - No. 2 seeded Addison edged No. 1 seeded Prattsburgh 53-51 in the Steuben County Championship game on Wednesday in Bath. With the win, the Knights won their first Steuben County Championship since the 2011-2012 season.

"It was a back-and-forth game, right from the opening tip, both teams were diving on the floor which set the tone for the entire game," Addison head coach Mike Makowiec said.

And tightly contested it was, as the Knights took a 13-11 advantage after eight minutes and led by two at the break, 27-25.

Prattsburgh responded in the third quarter, outscoring Addison 16-10 led by six points from Mason Putnam and Kris Johnson and took a 41-37 lead in to the the final frame.

That's when the Knights put the ball in the hands of their best players, Adam Chilson and Danny Ames.

Ames and Chilson accounted for 14 point of the Knights' 16 fourth quarter points, including seven for each of them to lead Addison to the victory.

Addison's defense held Prattsburgh's Mason Putnam, who came in to the game averaging 25 points, to only 18 and held the second leading scorer Garrett Socola to 15 points.

"Evan McIlwain matched up with putnam all game long and did a great job," said Makowiec.

Ames netted 22 points for the Knights and Chilson had 21 points. The duo accounted for 43 of Addison's 53 points.

The Knights improve to 17-3 with the victory.