ADDISON - Addison took down Prattsburgh in five innings on Monday, scoring 12 runs in the final two frames.
The Knights were held scoreless the first two innings, but combined for 14 runs in the next three.
"Their pitcher kept us down early, but once we got a couple hits we just kept going," Addison head coach Josh Allen said. "Sometimes when you hit the ball, they just fall in."
Adam Chilson led the charge for Addison with 3 hits including a double and a triple with 4 RBI. Nick Solinas added two hits and 3 RBI and Jaret Mahnke had a bases clearing double.
Gage Ames tossed four innings to pick up his third win on the year.
Peyton Jones was 2 for 3 for Prattsburgh and Ethan Covert added a triple and 2 RBI.
Addison improves to 5-3 with the win and will travel to Arkport Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.
Avoca 10, Canisteo-Greenwood 5
AVOCA - Avoca topped Canisteo-Greenwood 10-5 on Monday at home.
Down 2-1 in the fifth inning, the Tiger offense scored three runs, followed by a six-run sixth inning to put the game away.
"We stayed at it and finally got to them in the late innings," Avoca head coach Joe Wallace said. "We toughed it out this game. It was a good win. Nice to come back after the break and get the win and some momentunum."
Austin Reppert went 3 for 4 with 3 runs scored and 2 RBI, Sergio Azzolina added two hits and an RBI and Evan Reppert chipped in two hits and 2 RBI.
Noah Huges tossed 5 1/3 innings for the Tigers and Zach Hammond closed out the contest and got the win.
Jacob Brizee had two hits and an RBI to lead the Redskins.
Canisteo-Greenwood (6-2) will travel to Hammondsport today at 4:30 p.m.
Corning 14, Owego 8
CORNING - Every Corning starter had a hit as the Hawks out-slugged the Indians, 14-8, Monday at home in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference baseball matchup.
Noah Walker had two hits and 3 RBI, Trevor Henneman added two hits and 3 RBI and Zane Mechalke and Jacob Dann added two hits.
"The kids came out swinging the bat today and had a good approach at the plate," Corning head coach Eric Kizis said.
Kellann Beall tossed five innings and gave up one run for the Hawks and Adam Zingler recorded the save.
Corning (7-3) will host Horseheads today at 5 p.m. in its next contest.
STAC Tri golf Meet
Waverly 187, Horseheads 203, Horseheads 276
CORNING - Waverly defeated Horseheads and Corning in a tri-meet on Monday at Corning Country Club.
Waverly shot 187 as a team and was paced by Sydney Tomasso with a 44, Gianna Picco carded a 47 and Alex Tomasso, Capria Picco and Gabby Picco posted a 48.
For the Blue Raiders, they carded a 203 as a team and Lauren Augustine and Emily Cunningham each had a 48. Taylor Browning added a 53 and Chloe Callahan chipped in a 54.
Corning posted a 276 as a team. Alexis Durkin carded a 62 to lead the Hawks, Darien Beall had a 64, Olivia Cologna and Tatum Treadwell each shot a 55 for the day.
Corning will travel to Tomasso’s Golf Course today to rake on Waverly at 4 p.m.
Jasper-Troupsburg 38.5, Campbell-Savona 16.5
INDIAN HILLS - Jasper-Troupsburg topped Campbell-Savona 38.5-16.5 on Monday at Indian Hills.
Nick Button and Trevon Hulse each carded a 50 for the Wildcats.
Jacob Langtree led the Panthers with a 59 and Adam Miller-Davidson chipped in a 63.
Campbell-Savona (0-3) will next play Thursday at 4:30 p.m. against Hammondsport at Indian Hills Golf Course.
Hammondsport 40, Arkport 15; Hammondsport 36, Bath 19
LAKESIDE COUNTRY CLUB - Hammondsport defeated Arkport and Bath in a tri-match Monday.
Parker Watson carded a 42, Nigel Snyder had a 43, Matthew Cole added a 49 and Ben Cole chipped in a 50.
Arkport was led by Nick Stewart with a 58, Aaron Smith had a 62 and Kaden Holley chipped in a 70.
For the Rams, Spencer Dickson carded a 48, Dalton Hillman added a 52 and Evan Czajkowski shot a 58.
Hammondsport will host Canisteo-Greenwood today in Penn Yan.
Northeast Bradford 10, Addison 4
ADDISON - Northeast Bradford (P.A.) took advantage of eight Addison errors for a 10-4 win Monday in a non-league contest.
The Panthers held a 1-0 lead in the third inning, before combining to score eight runs in the fourth and fifth.
"We had two bad innings," Addison head coach Oakley Hayes said. "We showed a little life in the later innings, but looked a little rusty defensively today."
Jorga Welch went 3 for 4 for Northeast Bradford while Mckenna Hurley and Jaycee Brown added two hits.
Lindsay Moore got the win in the circle for the Panthers, stirking out six in seven innings.
Bella Benjamin went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI to lead the Knights and Mercedes Morse added a triple and RBI.
Laura Burrell tossed seven innings, punched out five batters while only allowing one earned run for Addison.
The Knights (5-2) will travel to Arkport/Caneseraga Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.
Horseheads 7, Binghamton 1
BINGHAMTON - Horseheads got past Binghamton Monday, 7-1.
The Blue Raiders scored five runs in the top of the seventh inning to put them ahead.
"Mikayla Porby is a great pitcher, Binghamton has a great team," Horseheads head coach Megan Zoerb said. "It took us a few innings but we got it going late."
Lacey O’Donnell was 2 for 2 for Horseheads, Kendal Cook added two hits and an RBI and Alli Richmond had a three-run home run.
Madison Rogers had five strikeouts in a complete game for the Blue Raiders.
Horseheads improves to 9-1 and will travel to Ithaca for a double header Wednesday at 5 p.m.