CANISTEO-GREENWOOD - Addison had 16 hits as a team on its way to a 15-0 win over Canisteo-Greenwood Thursday in five innings.
Kailey McLean went 4-for-4 with an RBI, Ivy Aiken and Hannah Roy each had three hits and Cassidy Fenner contributed two hits.
Laura Burrell tossed five innings and punched out two batters.
The Knights did not comitt an error in the contest.
"The offense broke the bats out and we made some key plays," Addison head coach Oakley Hayes said. "Laura did a nice job pitching and we played solid defense,"
Taryn Parker, Gabby Kitka, Lindsey Simons and Faith Brown had hits for the Redskins.
Addison improves to 15-3 with the win.
Bradford 22, Belfast 1 (5 innings)
BRADFORD - Bradford got offensive in its 22-1 win over Belfast Thursday in five innings.
The Braves wasted no time, putting up 11 runs in the first inning.
"We definitely came out attacking today," Bradford head coach Kim Driskell said. "We had a lot of solid hits. It was a team effort today."
Nikki Moffe led the onslaught, going 4-for-4 with 5 RBI, Rihannon Machuga had four hits, Krista Sleve had three hits and Maria Antonio had a home run and 4 RBI.
Cambri Harrian threw a complete game, striking out five.
Kayleigh Blocho had the lone RBI for Belfast and Hanah Helms contributed two hits.
Hammondsport 9, Lima Christian 1
HAMMONDSPORT - Hammondsport topped Lima Christian 9-1 on Thursday at home.
Mackenzie Boscoe was 2-for-4 with a triple and 2 RBI and Anna Vogel had a 2 RBI single for the Lakers.
Destiny Hammond threw seven innings and fanned seven in the circle.
Hammondsport improves to 7-11 and will travel to Alfred-Almond at 12 p.m. Saturday.
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.
Odessa Montour Watkins Glen 10, Newfield 1
NEWFIELD - Caleb Thomas drove in four runs as OM-WG topped Newfield 10-1 Wednesday.
Thomas dilled a single in the first, a home run in the third and a double in the fifth in his three hit day.
The Seneca Indians racked up 10 hits as team on the day with Michael Doane contributing two hits and 2RBI.
Doane, Derrick Lewis and Josh Updyke all tossed an inning for the Seneca Indians and Isaac Mcllroy finished out the final two frames.
Bath 14, Keshequa 3
KESHEQUA - Bath traveled to Keshequa and came away with a 14-3 victory Wednesday.
Alec Sestak took the mound for the Rams and pitched 4 innings only giving up three hits and notching five strikeouts.
Griffin Yastremski pounded a homerun in the 4th inning which gave the Rams an 8 to 0 lead after Bath notched five runs in the first inning.
Trent Hillman went 4-for-5 with three doubles and 5 RBI for Bath.
Stefan Ordway came in and closed the game out for the Rams.
Campbell-Savona 13, Dundee 3 (5 innings)
CAMPBELL-SAVONA - Campbell-Savona continued a suspended game against Dundee Thursday and won in five innings, 13-3.
The Panthers pounded out 12 hits and were led by Mark Eaton who went 3-for-3 with 3 RBI and a triple. Quinn Littell and Jake Fitzpatrick had two hits and Patrick Dobson, Trevor Bryan, Ben Feldman and Derrick Goll had one hit.
Bryant Gurnsey tossed five innings, fanned four and allowed six hits and three runs (zero earned) for Campbell-Savona.
"We brought the bats to work and my young pitcher did a great job," Campbell-Savona head coach Kurt York said. "Hats off to my guys."
The Panthers improve to 9-5 overall and will travel to Bradford today at 4:30 p.m. in their next game.
Hammondsport 12, Northstar 11
HAMMONDSPORT - Jackson Cummings had 6 RBI to lead the Lakers past Northstar Thursday 12-11.
Bill Whitney was the winning pitcher for Hammondsport.
Harley Underwood scored three runs and Brock Underwood scored twice.
"The team kept their composure and kept putting things together - this was a true team effort to send off our seniors,!" Hammondsport head coach Dan Conley said.
The Lakers will travel to Canisteo-Greenwood today at 4:30 p.m. in its last regular season contest.