OWEGO - The Corning Hawks bowling team traveled to Owego and came away with two wins Monday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference bowling matchup.

In the boys game, Corning won by a pin count of 3,013-2,374 and was led by Michael Hoffman-Belluci with a 716 series (279, 223, 214) while Alex Chang added a 630 series (226, 200, 204) and Derik Lisi posted a 615 series.

"The boys looked very good today," Corning head coach Eric Kizis said. "Michael was impressive today. This was our first time bowling Owego in my nine years as coach and it certainly isn’t an easy place to bowl. I’m extremely proud of the way our group finished today."

For the girls, Brittany Millhollen had a 213 game for the Hawks, Hannah Millhollen added a 181 game and Dusti VanHouten-Foster chipped in a 195 game.

"The girls bowled well enough to win today," Kizis said. "It wasn’t our best showing, but these are the ones that make you stronger down the road. We will continue to work on consistent shot making and picking up spares."

Elmira 4, Maine-Endwell 0; Elmira 2, Maine-Endwell 2

MAINE-ENDWELL - Elmira earned two victories against Maine-Endwell Monday in a STAC bowling contest.

For the boys, Colby Moretz had a 632 series to lead the Express (191, 220, 221) and Logan Shadduck added a 598 series (198, 192, 208).

Noah McNeil had a 230 game for Maine-Endwell and Garrett Seamens contributed a 208 game.

In the girls game, Alexus Hutchings had a 651 series for Elmira (222, 216, 213) and Kayla Avery had a 638 series (169, 221, 246).

Ryler Roe rolled a 573 series including a 205 game for Maine-Endwell.

Girls basketball


Hammondpsort 60, Scio 22

HAMMONDSPORT - Hammondsport got past Scio 60-22 Monday in a non-league girls basketball contest.

The Lakers jumped out to a 33-16 lead after the first half and never looked back.

Jillian Underhill had 11 points to lead Hammondsport while Ana Salom added 10 points and five rebounds and Destiny Hammond contributed eight points and seven rebounds.

Alinnah Allen had nine points for Scio.

Hammondsport improves to 4-2 with the win and will host Prattsburgh at 7:30 Wednesday.

STAC girls basketball

Ithaca 44, Corning 19

ITHACA - Ithaca topped Corning 44-19 Monday in a STAC girls basketball matchup.

The Little Red led 32-8 at half and glided through the last 16 minutes.

Georgia Haverlock and Haley Richardson had nine points to lead the Little Red.

Kenna Newman had nine points for the Hawks.

Indoor Track

Finger Lakes Invitational

Elmira, NY – The Notre Dame Track Team did well at the Finger Lakes Invitational Saturday in Cortland.

The girls team was led by Alyssa Walker’s first place in the 1500m (5:05.58) and Piper Young’s second place finish in the 1000m (personal best 3:19.65). Kristen Oplinger and Maddie Wirth ran to personal bests in the 600, finishing 8th (1:51.16) and 10th (1:56.66) respectively. Alexandra Cowley placed 5th in the 1500 (5:40.66).

Vicky Mordvinova earned a 10th place in the 1000m (3:30.21) with a personal best. Anna Hochberg earned a 13th place in the 55m with a time of 8.34. Essence Irons placed 9th in the 1500 race walk (13:03.07). Maura Devlin earned a 10th place in the triple jump, achieving a personal best of 28’6".

The girls 4x800 relay team finished fourth with a time of 11:29.48. This team consisted of Alexandra Cowley, Maura Devlin, Vicky Mordvinova and Maddie Wirth. The team of Alyssa Walker, Kristen Oplinger, Piper Young and Anna Hochberg finished in 4th place in the final event of the day, the 4x400m relay.

Scott Herlan paced the boys team with a 5th place in the high jump (5’2") and a personal best 5:22.55 in the 1600m (13th place). Derek Simpson had a strong day with a personal best of 5:32.92 (17th) in the 1600m and a 17th finish in the 1000m (3:26.58).

Liam Scarselletta finished 19th in the 3200m (13:38.46) and 28th in the 300 (52.25). Justin Gordon ran to a personal best 7.99 in the 55m dash (23rd) and came back with a 51.69 in the 300 (26th). Noah Becker finished in 30th in the 55m (9.40) and 18th in the long jump (11’2").

"Overall the team had a very good day. Several of the athletes achieved personal bests. Piper, Kristen and Maddie had strong meets while Anna stepped up to run a great leg in the 4x400 relay for the girls. On the boys side, Derek continues to improve in the distance events," head coach Brett Shelton said.

Notre Dame will be back on the track again at Cortland this Friday night in the Section IV classic.