HAVERLING - Hammondsport defeated Perry 2 games to 0 to win the Haverling Volleyball Inviational held Saturday.
Perry topped Haverling in the semifinals 2-1 and Hammondsport topped Dansville 2-0.
Julia Bennett was named most valuable player of the tournament for the Lakers.
Members of the all-tournament team included Whitney Point- Jillian Dukerich, Campbell -Savona - Hayley Deming, Union Springs - Jackie Huber, Wayland -Chocton- LeeAnn Petkowski, Dansville - Tessa Gregorius, Haverling - Cadin Taggart, Perry- Abbi Bush, Hammondsport-Brianna Pratt.
Locals perform well at McQuaid Invitational
ROCHESTER - Many local particpants fared well at the McQuaid Invitational on Saturday.
Both the Corning boys and the Corning girls picked up fourth place finishes in the boys and girls seeded varsity AAA (large schools) division.
For the boys, Bryce Derick was eighth (15:01.8), Nathan Lawson took 16th (15:17.9), Torrey Jacobson-Evans was 31st (15:37.2), Steven Segal finished 44th (15:54.8) and JT Ryan was 78th (16:13.15).
On the girls side, Lindsey Butler finished fourth (17:18.1), Faithe Ketchum was 15th (18:20.5), Grace Scouten took 47th (19:02.4) and Alicia Lawson was 50th (19:08.8).
For the small school seeded race, the Notre Dame Cross Country Team took 3rd .
Alyssa Walker led the Lady Crusaders with a 5th place finish over the 3 mile course with a time of 18:30.6. Freshman Maura Devlin posted a personal best finish on her way to a 35th place. Piper Young followed in 36th while Kristen Oplinger had a personal best with her 38th place and Vicky Mordvinova closed out the Crusader scoring in 40th. There were 160 runners and 16 teams in the small school seeded varsity girls race.
On the boys side, Scott Herlan set a personal best 3-mile time with his 59th place out of 352 runners and 47 teams in the small school unseeded varsity boys race.
"We knew the kids were set to have a good day but we didn’t expect it to be this good. The girls were up against 4 state ranked teams and top teams from Pennsylvania and Ohio so it was going to be a tough race for us and we had to bring our "A" game to have a chance. They stepped up and we beat all those ranked teams. It was more than we expected. Alyssa ran with the leaders all race long and Maura stepped up to lead most of our pack to personal bests. Scott had a great race and continues to improve," head coach Chris Wise said.
Non-league girls soccer
Addison 6, Bishop Kearny 1
ADDISON - Addison topped Bishop Kearny 6-1 in its home coming contest Saturday.
"Everybody played for homecoming, so it was nice."
The Knights built up a 3-0 lead at halftime on the strength of three goals from Tayah Jackson.
Makayla Bills, Payton Woodhouse and Jackson recorded second half goals for Addison.
Kara Goode netted the lone goal for Bishop Kearney.
The Knights outshot Bishop Kearny 29-14 in the contest.
Addison moves to 8-2 with its eighth win in a row and will host Canisteo-Greenwood on Monday at 6:30 p.m.
The Corning gymnasts had their third meet of the season Friday night at the Rush-Henrietta Recreation Center.
Rush-Henrietta came in first place with a team score of 131.15. Corning came in second with a 112.0, and HFL came in third with a 27.45.
Freshman, Bryn Terwilliger placed fourth all-around with a personal best score of 30.65. She placed 4th on the vault with an 8.1, 4th on the bars with a 6.9, 5th on the beam with a 7.85, and 4th on the floor with a 7.8.
Sophmore, Kaylie Jacobs placed 5th on the floor with 7.45.
Senior, Sydney White placed 5th on the vault with a 7.8, and 6th on the bars with a 6.3. Senior, Emma Brown placed 6th on the vault with a 7.8.
Corning will compete at home in the Auxiliary Gym at the Corning-Painted Post High School at 10:30 a.m. next Saturday, October 6th.