WILLOWCREEK - Horseheads improved to 10-0 for the second straight season after a 202-225 home win against Maine-Endwell in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference golf contest Wednesday.
"It’s nice to keep things rolling, pretty good scores," Horseheads head coach Ed Browning said. "It’s an awesome start and I’m proud of the kids."
Seth Conway was the overall medalist with a 38 followed by Dan Huten (39), Zach Locke (39), Nick Murray (42) and Matt Printup (44).
James Cundy carded a 40 to lead the Spartans. Adam Rutkowski added a 44, Spencer Groton carded a 45, Josh Ryan had a 47 and AJ Blake posted a 49.
Horseheads will travel to Mark Twain Golf Course Tuesday to face off against Elmira at 4:30 p.m.
non-league girls soccer
Addison 4, Byron Bergen 0
ADDISION - Addison won its fourth straight game, 4-0 over Bryon Bergen Wednesday at home.
"We had a really balanced attack tonight," Addison head coach Kay Peters said. "People are doing really good things for us."
Payton Woodhouse had the oppening goal for the Knights on an assist from Tayah Jackson.
Makayla Bills and Jackson also netted goals for Addison in the first half and Jackson added a second half goal.
The Knights outshot Bryon Bergen 25-12.
Megan Bulkley had nine saves for Addison.
The Knights travel to Jasper-Troupsburg Saturday at 5 p.m. in their next game.
Horseheads 2, Maine-Endwell 0
HORSEHEADS - Horseheads topped Maine-Endwell 2-0 Wednesday at home.
"Most of the play with between the 18’s," Horseheads head coach Henry Ferguson said. "It was hard fought and it was a great confidence builder for us."
Horseheads only had five shots and Maine-Endwell only had three shots.
Sophie Tarantino had the opening goal with 11:52 in the first half and Skyler Roberts netted a second half goal with 35:11 left on an assist from Tarantino.
Horseheads improves to 5-2 with the win and will host Binghamton Friday at 5 p.m. in its next contest.
Corning 2, Johnson City 0
CORNING - Corning defeated Johnson City 2-0 Wednesday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference girls soccer matchup.
"We played really well tonight," Corning head coach Julie Pierce said. "It was fun to watch them play. We still just have to work on consistency, but I was really played of the way the girls played as a team tonight. I think we played one of our best 80 minutes of the season."
Logan Olmstead netted two goals, one in each half for Corning.
The Hawks outshot the Wildcats 14-3 in the contest.
Erin Terwilliger and Olivia Brand combined for three saves for Corning and Cateria Reindman stopped 12 shots.
Corning will travel to Elmira Friday at 4:30 p.m. in its next contest.
SCAA girls soccer
Alfred-Almond 1 Jasper-Troupsburg 0
JASPER - Alfred-Almond outlasted Jasper-Troupsburg 1-0 Wednesday in a Steuben County Athletic Association girls soccer contest.
Emily Agnello netted a second half goal for the only score in the contest.
The Eagles outshot the Wildcats 14-8 in the contest.
Taylor Alrdrich had eight saves for J-T.
"We were without three starters tonight," Jasper-Troupsburg head coach Lorin VanSkiver said. "I was happy with how the girls played regardless of win or loss."
The Wildcats (2-5) will host Addison at 5 p.m. Saturday in their next game.
Watkis Glen 3, Newfield 0
WATKINS GLEN - Watkins Glen swept Newfield 3-0 Tuesday by scores of 26-24, 25-16 and 25-20.
"The girls are really starting to learn to play as a team," Watkins Glen head coach Dawn Baker said. "It’s exciting to watch their growth. We continue to improve with each game, striving to be better. I’m proud of them tonight, Newfield has some strong hitters who challenged our girls, but our girls didn’t let it get to them. They continued to push forward and determined to come out with the win."
Kelsey Kernan had 14 assists, one ace, two kills and three points while Adrienna Soloman had nine aces, four kills and 14 points.
For Newfield, Kelly Moravec had two aces, four assists and four kills and Katie Moravec chipped in three aces, three assists amd a block.