HERKIMER - Corning won three games five inning games Sunday to claim the Ace Morabito softball championship.

The Hawks won their first game agaisnst No. 7 ranked Victor by a score of 2-1. Atalyia Rijo went 2 for 3 with an RBI single in the fifth inning and Stephanie Lee doubled home the game winnings run in the seventh inning.

Laura Bennett tossed five innings, allowing two hits and struck out 14 batters.

Emily Power had Victor’s lone RBI.

In game two, Corning bested Pearl River by a score of 6-1.

The Hawks came out firing, scoring all six of their runs in the first two innings of the contest.

Ellie Daugherty had a double and 3 RBI for the Hawks and Bennett had a hit and 2 RBI.

Bennett tossed one inning on the mound and Lexie Easling three the next four innings, allowing only one hit and striking out eight batters.

In the championship game, Corning defeated Susquehanna Valley, the No. 1 ranked team in Class B in New York State  4-1.

Laura Bennett and Lexie Easling combined to allow 0 hits in the game.

As for the Hawks, Olivia McLellan had two RBI and Emily VanDelinder had an RBI.

Bennett was named tournament MVP for her exploits on the mound and at the dish.

"She’s throwing really well right now, very focused," Corning head coach Mike Johnston said. "We have to work on playing defense behind her. On the mound, she’s pitching really well. Lexie (Easling) also threw very well. They are both interchangable on the mound."

Corning won its second title at the tournament and its first since 2012.

"Section IV has always fared very well here," Johnston said. "It gives us momentum going in to sectional play. The competition made us better. Right now the kids are playing with a lot of confidence."

SCAA softball

Campbell-Savona 4, Canisteo-Greenwood 0

CAMPBELL-SAVONA - Canisteo-Greenwood ran in to a buzzsaw named Jordan Cole Monday as the Panthers topped the Redskins 4-0.

Cole tossed seven innings and punched out 10 batters for Campbell-Savona and only allowed two hits.

Ivy Phillip was 2 for 3 with a run scored and Leah Roby and Raine Eddy had hits.

Hannah Lehman and Gabby Kitka recorded the lone hits for C-G.

"Our defense was solid tonight and Jordan threw really well, but we just need to bettwe with the bats before sectional time," Campbell-Savona head coach Chris Austin said.

Non-league softball

Odessa-Montour 7 Bradford 4

BRADFORD - Odessa-Montour topped Bradford 7-4 Monday.

Grace Vondratek had 15 strikeouts for the Seneca Indians and allowed only two hits.

Vondratek had two hits at the dish and Kateri Conners led the Seneca Indians with three hits and 4 RBI.

Emily Wagner and Cambri Harrian had a hit for Bradford.

"We’ll take things we’ve learned from this game and apply it to our future games going forward," Bradford head coach Kim Driskell said.

The Braves (8-5) will travel to Lima-Christian Wednesday at 5 p.m. in their next game.

SCAA baseball

Campbell-Savona 5, Canisteo-Greenwood 4

CAMPBELL-SAVONA - Campbell-Savona honored six seniors and defeated Canisteo-Greenwood 5-4 Monday at home.

"It was a big team win on senior night," Campbell-Savona head coach Kurt York said. "It was an exciting game, it was a nice game to watch. we were sweating it for a while, but they had some errors and we got some key hits."

Patrick Dobson, Trevor Bryan and Mark Eaton all had two hits for the Panthers and Dobson added 3 RBI.

Bryan tossed six innings and had two strikeouts on the mound for Campbell-Savona and Quinn Littell pitched a 1-2-3 seventh to secure the win.

Dawson Jackon, Justin Becker and Zack Flaitz had two hits for the Redskins.

Campbell-Savona (7-4) will host Alfred-Almond today at 5:15 p.m.

Alfred-Almond 4, Avoca 3

ALFRED-ALMOND - Alfred-Almond edged Avoca 4-3 at home Monday.

Austin Swackhamer was 2 for 3 and scored a game-winning run on a wild pitch in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Zane Johnson tossed 6+ innings for the Eagles and punched out five batters. Gavin Porter recorded the save.

Zach Hammond took the loss on the mound for Avoca.

Alfred-Almond improves to 5-4 and will travel to Campbell-Savona today at 5:15 p.m.

boys golf

Locals moving on to Sectional Tournament

The following scores were carded for the Steuben County League Championship at Twin Hickory Golf Course in Hornell with the top four players moving on to the Section V Individual Sectional Tournament on Saturday at Penfield Country Club:

1st Place - Danny Ames (Addison)  80
2nd Place - Brayden Thompson (Addison) 82
3rd Place - Parker Watson (Hammondsport) 83
4th Place - Nick Stewart (Arkport) 94

girls golf

Waverly 169, Elmira 232, Corning 254, Lansing 273

ITHACA COUNTRY CLUB - Waverly won a quad meet between Elmira, Corning, and Lansing Monday at Ithaca Country Club.

Waverly finished with a team score of 169 and was led by Alex Tomasso (38), Capria Picco (40), Syd Tomasso (43) and Gabby Picco (48).

Elmira took second with a 232. Alexis Tursic carded a 49 followed by Alexis Ess (60), Kaitlin Klaber (61) and Rowan Sullivan (62).

Corning was led by Olivia Colonna (58) Tatum Treadwell (61), Mia Perry (67) and Alexis Durkin (68). The Hawks finished third with a team score of 254.

Lansing shot a 273 as a team and was led by Hannah Lacko (56), Amanda Baker (67), Kennedy Snyder (74) and Zoe Fibry (76).

Corning will travel to Willowcreek today at 4 p.m. in its next match.