CHENANGO VALLEY - Horseheads captured the Southern Tier Athletic Conference softball title with a 3-1 win over Susquehanna Valley in 10 innings Wednesday.

Kendal Cook had a game winning RBI to left field in the 10th inning to seal the game for Horseheads.

"She battled off a couple of tough pitches," Blue Raiders head coach Megan Zoerb said of Cook’s single.

Madison Rogers tossed 10 innings and only gave up one run, fanning seven for Horseheads.

"She did really well on the mound and hit her spots," Zoerb said. "Defenseivley it was our best game of the season."

Non-league softball

Campbell-Savona 23, Bath 0 (5 innings)

BATH - Campbell-Savona got offensive in its 23-0 win over Bath in five innings.

The Panthers pounded out 24 hits and were led by Jordan Cole who was 5-for-5 with four doubles and Taylor Scott and Leah Roby each added four hits.

"I like the way we attacked the ball tonight at the plate," Campbell-Savona head coach Chirs Austin said.

Kaliska Payne tossed five innings and allowed five hits and fanned three for the Panthers.

Abby Spiess had two hits for Bath.

Campbell-Savona (13-1) will host Hornell today at 5 p.m. for its senior night.

Bradford 13, Lima Christian 8

LIMA - Bradford traveled to Lima Christian and came away with a 13-8 win Wednesday.

The Braves came out swinging, scoring three runs in the top of the first inning, but Lima Christian battled back with four runs in the bottom of the inning.

"We came out strong and then fell a little flat, hats off to Lima-Christian," Bradford head coach Kim Driskell said.

Bradford scored five runs in the sixth inning to put the game away.

Kirsta Sleve had two hits and 3 RBI and Brittany Rinker, Liz Vele and Maria Antonio chipped in one hit.

Rihannon Machuga got the win on the mound for Bradford.

Marissa Waterman had two hits and 3 RBI for Lima Christian.

The Braves (9-5) will host Belfast today at 5 p.m.

Addison 9, Willamson 3; Addison 11, Williamson 7

ADDISON - Addison picked up two wins, 9-3 and 11-7 over Williamson Wednesday.

In game one, Sadie Morse, Bella Benjamin, Gabby Coletta and Cassidy Fenner all registered two hits.

Benjamin had 2 RBI including a home run.

Laura Burrell tossed seven innings and fanned four in the circle.

Sarah Learn had two hits for Williamson.

The Knights carried their momentum in to game two, scoring all 11 runs in the first four innings.

Morse, Burrell and Benjamin all had two hits and Fenner had one hit and 3 RBI.

Burrell tossed 2 1/3 innings and gave up one hit and Benjamin got the win throwing 3 2/3 and fanning two.

Learn was 1-for-4 with an RBI for Williamson.

"We played pretty good ball, It was a nice win in a double header," Addison head coach Oakley Hayes said.

SCAA baseball

Campbell-Savona 15, Hammondsport 2 (5 innings)

CAMPBELL-SAVONA - Dustin Lehman tossed a two-hitter for Campbell-Savona to earn his first varsity win Wednesday in a 15-2 win over Hammondsport in a Steuben County Athletic Association matchup.

I’m proud of my starting pitcher," Campbell-Savona head coach Kurt York said. "I can’t say enough about his control and demeanor on the mound tonight."

Campbell-Savona pounded out 11 hits on the night.

Quinn Littell was 4-for-4 with three runs scored and 3 RBI, Kirk Rissinger added two hits and 2 RBI, Trevor Bryan chipped in a hit and 2 RBI and Bryant Gurnsey added a hit and RBI.

"The bats came alive tonight," York said. "It was a good team win."

Jackson Cummings went 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Lakers.

Campbell-Savona improves to 8-5 (6-4 league) with the win and will resume a suspended game with Dundee today at home at 4:30. The Panthers hold a 6-1 lead in the fourth inning in the contest.

Addison 9, Williamson 3; Addison 10, Williamson 3

ADDISON - Addison topped Willamson 9-3 and 10-3 in a double header Wednesday at home.

In game one, Gage Ames earned his fourth win on the mound tossing seven innings and allowing only two hits.

"When hes on his game he throws a lot of strikes and keeps hitters off balance," Addison head coach Josh Allen said.

Ames added to his cause with two hits and an RBI and Adam Chilson added a double and 2 RBI.

In game two, Addison got another strong pitching performance from Adam Chilson, who retired 18 of 21 batters after the first inning and fanned three.

"Adam was great in the second game," Allen said.

The Knights were led offensively by Ames, who had three hits including an RBI double. Jaret Mahnke added two doubles and 3 RBI and Nick Solinas added two hits.

"Our bats supported Adam very well," said Allen.

With the wins, Addison improves to 10-6 and will travel to Canisteo-Greenwood today at 4:30 p.m.