ELMIRA - Corning pounded out 19 hits on its way to a 19-11 victory against Elmira in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference baseball matchup.

Trevor Henneman went 2-4 with two home runs and 7 RBI for the Hawks and Adam Zingler, Noah Walker and Blake VanWoert had three hits.

Kellan Beall added two hits and 2 RBI.

"Right now these kids are hitting the ball well and seeing the ball well," Corning head coach Eric Kizis said. "We played much better defensively tonight. I’m proud of all the kids."

Steven Rossi tossed four innings in the victory for Corning.

Zack Wood and Michael Taylor had home runs for the Express.

Corning (9-3) will host Elmira today at 5 p.m. on senior night in its next contest.

LCAA baseball

Bath 15, Caledonia-Mumford 4

BATH - Bath got offensive in its 15-4 win over Caledonia-Mumford in five innings Wednesday.

The Raiders scored two runs in the first inning to take a 2-0 advantage.

After scoring one in the first inning, Bath errupted for 14 runs in just three innings, scoring four in the second inning, three in the third inning and seven  in the fourth inning.

Matt Binkowski led the Rams with two hits and 4 RBI, Ethan Buckley had two hits and three runs scored and Griffin Yastremski also added two hits and 2 RBI.

Noah Hockaday tossed four innings and punched out three for the win.

Joe Butler went 2 for 4 to lead Cal-Mum.

Bath improves to 5-0 overall wth the win.

SCAA baseball

Avoca 17, Hammondsport 3  (5 innings)

AVOCA - Avoca got offensive in its five inning, 17-3 win over Hammondsport Wednesday.

Nate O’Brocta had four hits and 2 RBI to lead the Tigers, Noah Hughes and Austin Reppert had two hits and Sergio Azzolina had a hit to extend his hitting streak to ten games in a row.

Brock Underwood had a hit and 2 RBI for Hammondsport.

"We just played well, good team win," Avoca head coach Joe Wallace said. "We had good pitching and good hitting all around. good to get momentum heading in to the weekend."

SCAA tri-meet track and field

JASPER-TROUPSBURG - Jasper-Troupsburg picked up two wins in the girls and boys matches in a tri-meet against Arkport and Campbell-Savona Tuesday.

On the girls side, Jasper-Troupsburg defeated Campbell-Savona 66-49 and Arkport 61-58, while Arkport topped Campbell-Savona 67-37.

Campbell-Savona won the 3,200 relay with the team of Dawne Fonseca, Jacie Beebe, Hanna Fuller and Karrigan Ellison in 13:07.2

Leeann Cordes won the 100 meter hurdles for the Panthers in 18.4.

Tori Mapes also picked up a win for the Panthers in the shot put (23’10").

For the Wildcats, Allyson Hayes was a triple winner in the 100 yard dash (13.3), the 400 meter run (1:05.6) and the triple jump (26’9"). Paige Watkins won the 400 meter hurdles in 1:37.6. Jillian Miles placed first in the 3,000 meter (14:46) and also the pole vault (6’0").

J-T’s team of Paige Watkins, Lauralyn Potter, Jane Demchenko and Kaitlyn Miles won the 1,600 meter relay in 5:48.1.

Arkport was led by wins from Julia Pate in the 1,5000 meter run (6:24.3), Naomi Harraty in the 800 yard dash (2:57.5), Emma Blanchard in the 200 yard dash (28.0), Maris Buznell won the discus (68’2"), Sara Badaer took first in the long jump (12’5.75") and Holley Chamberlin won the high jump (4’2").

For the boys, Jasper-Troupsburg topped Arkport 76-59 and Campbell-Savona 83-56 and Arkport edged Campbell-Savona 72-55.

Jasper-Troupsburg won the 3,200 meter relay with the team of Devon Hawkins, Dylan Draper, Aaron Flint and Kolton Hawkins in 10:40.7.

The Wildcats also picked up wins in the 110 meter hurdles (Parker Groff; 16.5, 200 meter run; 24.2), 400 meter (Flint; 54.7), the 800 meter run (K. Hawkins; 2:23.7), the discus (Devon Hawkins; 95’7"), pole vault (Leland Essigmann; 8’0") and the shot put (Caleb Hurlbert; 30’11").

Arkport was led by win from Jackson Bill in the 100 meter relay (47.6), Matt Geffers in the 400 meter hurdles (1:08.2) and the triple jump (32’9"), Lewis Payne in the 3,200 meter run (11:44.3) and Alex Diaz in the high jump (5’2").

The Blue Jay team of Bill, Diaz, Dakota Pierce and Geffers won the 400 mete relay in 47.6.

For the Panthers, Jaycob Parluski won the 1,600 meter run in 5:09 and the long jump (15’5") and the team of Caleb Dick, Alex Feldman, Josh Whitmore and Jacob Sullivan took first in the 1,600 meter relay in 4:09.5.

SCAA softball

Arkport 10. Addison 9

ARKPORT - Arkport edged Addison 10-9 on Wednesday at home on a walkoff double from Nicole Hurlburt in the seventh inning.

"The loss is very disheartning because we had a three-run lead in the seventh," Addison head coach Oakley Hayes said. "We did the right things at the end of the game, just have to bounce back Friday night."

Hurlburt finished with two hits and 3 RBI on the day, Anna Patrick was 3-3 and Brooke Ansbach and Victoria Mcdaniel added two hits.

For the Knights, Sade Morse had three hits and 2 RBI, Cassidy Fenner had three hits and 3 RBI and Ivy Aiken, Elaina Cornell and Hannah Roy all added two hits.

Addison (5-3) will host Canisteo-Greenwood Friday at 4:30 p.m. in its next contest.


Bradford 18, Canisteo-Greenwood 11

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD - Bradford held on for an 18-11 win over Canisteo-Greenwood Wednesday on the road.

The Braves came out hot, scoring the games first 12 runs in three innings.

Canisteo-Greenwood came back and outscored the Braves 11-1 during the fourth, fifth and sixth innings, but Bradford scored five runs in the top of the seventh inning to pull away.

"We came out strong offensively, but got a little flat," Bradford head coach Kim Driskell said. "But once Canisteo-Greenwood provided pressure, we were able to buckle down and get the win."

For the Braves, Rihannon Machuga and Cambri Harrian each had four hits and 3 RBI for Bradford and Emily Wagner and Nikki Moffe chipped in two hits.

Tanya Parker had three hits for C-G and Paige May had a home run.

Bradford (3-3) will host C-G Finney at 5 p.m. today.

SCAA golf

RIVER VALLEY - Addison improved to 7-1 with a 39.5 to 15.5 win over Jasper-Troupsburg Wednesday.

Danny Ames carded a 39 to lead the Knights, Braden Thompson had a 44, Jacob Miller shot a 45 and Connor Crooker had a 46.

Trevor Hulse carded a 48 for J-T and Caleb Mills had a 49.

Addison will play Bath and Livonia today at Bath Coutry Club in its next contest.