COHCOTON - Haverling got offensive in its 9-0 win over Lima-Christian Tuesday in a non-league girls soccer matchup.
Taylor Stone had three goals, Morgan Burns posted two goals and Mya Rusak, Merideth Czajkowski, Maddi Thorpe and Kambree Calkins add added one goal.
Thorpe and Czajkowski each netted their first varsity goal as eighth-graders.
Haverling outshot Lima Christian 36-5 in the contest.
The Rams improve to 8-6-2 with the win and will host Hornell Tuesday in its next contest.
SCAA girls soccer
Addison 3, Avoca/Bradford 0
ADDISON - Addison topped Avoca/Bradford 3-0 Tuesday in a Steuben County Athletic Association girls soccer matchup.
"It was a good team and we were prepared," Addison head coach Kay Peters said. "We knew we had to work hard. Sometimes playing back-to-back is tough, but I was happy with how they responded."
Alyssa Lynde netted the first goal as the lone goal in the first half.
Tayah Jackson had two second half goals for the Knights on assists from Makayla Bills and Lynde.
Addison improves to 13-2 with the win and will host Keshequa Thursday at 6:30 p.m. for its senior night.
LCAA cross country
Bath 27, Pavillion 32; Bath 15, Holley 50; Notre Dame Batavia 24, Bath 34
GENESEE - Haverling won two matches and lost one Tuesday in quad match at Genesee State Park.
Toby Cash-Rawleigh finished second for the Rams in 19:15 followed by Jason Burg (seventh; 20:38), Nate Yehl (ninth; 20:55), Mason Hoad (13th; 21:23) and Nolan Harold (15th; 21:42).
"I thought Toby had a very good race, showing some improvement," Haverling head coach Todd Ludden said. "Jason is starting to step it up a little bit."
Sophia Becken took sixth as the only girl running for the Rams.
Haverling will host Hornell, Wayland, Dansville and Keshequa Tuesday in Bath at 4:30 p.m. in its next contest.
IAC cross country
ELMIRA – The Notre Dame Girls Cross Country team took second and the boys team was sixth in their respective meets at IAC South Division meet at Newark Valley Tuesday evening.
Alyssa Walker won the girls race with a 20:44 time over the 5K mile course. Alex Cowley's 10th place led a strong Lady Crusader grouping of Piper Young (12th), Kristen Oplinger (13th), Maura Devlin (14th), Vicky Mordvinova (18th), and Riley Soehnlein (19th).
Steven Gough paced the Crusaders with time of 19:34 for his 7th place finish. He was followed closely by Scott Herlan in 15th place. Derek Simpson (28th), Gino DeLeone (35th), and Liam Scarselletta (48th) rounded out the scoring for the Crusaders.
"The girls had another good run today and they continue to develop well running as a group. Alyssa had another good race. Alex continues to step up her racing and put in another fine run. Scott and Steven ran hard and had good races," Notre Dame's head coach Chris Wise said.
Notre Dame will be in action Friday for the Newark Valley Invitational.
SCAA cross coutry
AVOCA - Campbell-Savona, Avoca and Hornell competed in a tri-meet on Tuesday in Avoca.
In the boys race, Jacob Parluski finished first for the Panthers in 17:46 followed by Hayden Berry of Avoca (18:29), Einon Walsh from Hornell (19:35.5), Caleb Dick from Campbell-Savona (19:44.8) and Jay Thomas from Campbell-Savona (20:50).
In the girls race, Hornell took the top four spots with Mackenzie Putnam finishing first (24:12.13).
Campbell-Savona’s Maddie West was fifth in 27:41.
Campbell-Savona 3, Addison 0
ADDISON - Addison swept Campbell-Savona 3-0 Tuesday by scores of 25-18, 25-21 and 25-12.
Kayla Nichiporuk posted six kills, Arianna Taylor added 14 points and two aces, Liberty Ferris contributed 23 points, five aces and two kills and Elizabeth Moultrup chipped in seven kills.
For Addison, Victoria Atsutse had two kills and a block, Cearra Kinne posted three kills and two aces and Alicia Fortier chipped in two aces and three digs.
"Campbell-Savona came out hungry tonight, dominated the court and we struggled to effectively respond," Addison head coach Cara Smith said. "They deserved that win."
Addison will host Arkport-Canaseraga Thursday at 7 p.m.
Hammondsport 3, Fillmore 1
HAMMONDSPORT - Hammondsport improved to 13–1 on the season defeating Fillmore and four sets 24-26, 25-17, 25-18, 25-23.
Shelby Sherman lead at the service line with nine cases and put down six kills at the net. Julia Faulkner had 7 aces and Brianna Pratt had 5 aces and 24 assists. Julia Bennett had nine kills to lead the Lakers and Erica Hilligus added in six. Hammondsport will travel to Lyons next Monday, October 15th.
Fillmore with the record of 10–3 was led by Erin Mawn with 26 and 19 digs. Adeline Roaske had 7 kills.
Haverling 3, Hornell 0
HAVERLING - Haverling topped Hornell 3-0 on Tuesday in a Livingston County Athletic Association matchup.
Ali Dickson had four kills and four set assists, Maddy Scott posted six aces and 11 digs, Jordan Rougeux added five aces and six digs and Jourdan Machuga chipped in four aces and six digs.
Maggie Shepard had four points and six assists for Hornell and Riley Gregory added five points.
Horseheads 94, Corning 83
CORNING - Horseheads got past Corning by a score of 94-83 Tuesday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference swimming matchup.
Maddy Rogan was a double individual winner for the Blue Raiders in the 50 yard freestyle (25.39) and the 100 yard butterfly (1:05.89) and Sophia Verkleeren won two individual events in the 500 yard freestyle (5:20.43) and the 200 yard individual medley (2:13.84).
Hannah Ott (100 yard freestyle; 58.78), Chloe Peterson (diving; 233.20), Lindsay McCawley (200 yard freestyle; 2:04.37) and Kennidi TenEyeck (100 yard breaststroke; 1:16.04) earned single individual wins for Horseheads.
For Corning, Alina Levine had the lone individual win in the 100 yard backstroke in 1:10.92 and the Hawks team of Katherine McKane, Vanessa Turner, Levine and Leah Palmesano won the 400 yard freestyle relay in 4:09.90.
Horseheads picked up wins in the 200 yard medley relay, 500 yard freestyle relay and the 200 yard freestyle relay.