JOHNSON CITY - Corning traveled to Johnson City on Thursday and came away with a sweep, with the boys winning 4-1 and the girls taking home a 5-0 win in a STAC bowling matchup.
For the girls, Brittney “ had a 651 series with games of 213, 243, and 195 and Meghan Sturdevant had a 190 game.
Courtney Nowether rolled a 564 series for Johnson City with games of 189, 204, and 171.
“The girls team has worked very hard to get their feet back under them,” Corning head coach Eric Kizis said. “Brittney Millhollen had an incredible night, she threw the ball very well. I’m proud of her, she really stepped up.”
On the boys side, Hunter Crouch led the Hawks with a 638 series with games of 211, 236, and a 191. Derik Lisi added a 622 series (225, 196, and 201) and Tanner Kizis and Alex Chang added a 214 and 230 game, respectively.
For the Wildcats, Alex Molyneaux had a 621 series (245, 183, and 193) and Josh Levene recorded a 226 game.
“Hunter and Derik showed great leadership tonight,” said Kizis. “We need to be more aggressive when the lanes break down and make moves. I am proud of the way the boys came together and had a good finish after a rough start.”
Addison 49 Cainsteo-Greenwood 44
CANISTEO-GREENWOOD - Addison edged Canisteo-Greenwood 49-44 in an SCAA swimming matchup.
Nathan Hough and Tim Hamilton were double individual winners for the Knights with Hough taking first in the 50 yard freestyle (24.87) and the 100 yard freestyle (55.28) and Hamilton winning the 200 yard individual medley (2:34.88) and the 100 yard breaststroke (1:13.09).
Zach O’Neill took home Addison’s other individual win in the 200 yard freestyle in 2:08.97.
The Knights team of Hamilton, Hough, O’Neill and Dylan Drake took won the 200 yard freestyle relay in 1:47.88.
Westin Perry was a double winner for the Redskins in the 500 yard freestyle (5:45.69) and the 100 yard backstroke (1:02.30).
Women’s College Basketball
Corning Community College 62, Cayuga Community College 49
CAYUGA - Corning Community College topped Cayuga Community College 62-49 on Thursday.
The Red Barons held a 36-25 lead at the end of the first half.
Taylor Sutryk led Corning with 23 points, eight rebounds, five assists and five steals and Emily Smith added 20 points and seven rebounds.
Corning (4-7) will host Onondaga Community College on Saturday at noon in its next contest.
Non-league boys basketball
Prattsburgh 70 Cuba-Rushford 54
CUBA-RUSHFORD - Prattsburgh used a strong third quarter to defeat Cuba-Rushford 70-54 on Thursday.
The Vikings found themselves down 34-27 down at the half before outscoring Cuba-Rushford 28-5 in the third quarter.
“We talked about doing things right defensively at the half, and we did in the third quarter,” Prattsburgh head coach Brian Putnam said.
Prattsburgh outscored Cuba-Rushford 43-20 in the second half.
Kris Johson led the Vikings with 23 points and Garrett Socola added 15 points.
Ben Seigel posted 14 points for Cuba-Rushford and Andrew Clement chipped in eight.
The Vikings improved to 10-1 with the win and will play Genesee Valley at Alfred University on Saturday at 6 p.m.
SCAA boys basketball
Bradford 27, Alfred-Almond 24
BRADFORD - Bradford edged Alfred-Almond 27-24 on Thursday at home.
“We had zero offense tonight, nothing would drop,” Bradford head coach Mark LaBarr said. “The boys played hard and stepped it up on defense to pick up our slack on the offensive side. I’m proud that they kept the frustration down and were able to pull this game out.”
Nate Barber led Bradford with 10 points while Dylan Guthrie had six points for Alfred-Almond.
STAC boys Basketball
Elmira 51, Binghamton 28
ELMIRA - Elmira held Binghamton to single digits in three of four quarters to come away with a 51-28 win on Thursday in Elmira.
“We came out and played very good defense, controlled the tempo and got the win tonight,” Elmira head coach Ryan Johnson said.
The Express outscored the Patriots 24-11 through the first 16 minutes and never looked back.
Najor Mack had 14 points and Darren Driscol added nine points for the Express.
Ezekiel Ogbonna led Binghamton with 10 points.
Elmira improves to 6-5 with the win.