ELMIRA - Corning performed well at the John Beecher boys swimming and diving invitational Saturday in Elmira, finishing second in Class A out of 16 teams that competed.
Corning’s 200 medley relay of Domenic Palumbo, Cal Bartone, Yushi Portwood and Ryan McNutt made the state meet cut time and broke the Corning team record with a time of 1:39.92. The time puts the relay at 6th in the state for public high schools (10th in the state including private high schools).
Bartone also won in the 50 yard freestyle in 22.30 and the 100 yard breaststroke in 1:00.88
Palumbo was second in the 200 yard individual medley (2:12.87) and the 100 backstroke (58.54).
McNutt finished third in the 100 yard freestyle and fourth in the 200 yard freestyle.
Addison's Trent Makoweic earned a win in diving with a score of 516.65, a state qualifying time.
Horseheads' Shoonhsin Li won the 100 yard butterfly setting a state qualifying time of 52.64.
Corning Community College 64, Fulton-Montgomery 45
CORNING - Corning Community College won its fifth straight game and improved to 10-5 with a 64-45 win over Fulton-Montgomery.
"Today we had our best defensive effort of the season," Corning head coach Isaac Bushey said. "We were on the floor for more loose balls and took more charges today that we did in our previous 14 games.
Christian Simmons led the Red Barons with 17 points and eight rebounds. Jon Ward added 13 points and Ja’Shaun Smith posted 11 points.
FMCC was 12-1 entering the game and averaging 86 points per game this season.
"That was the kind of effort required to beat a team of that caliber and I couldn’t be more proud of our guys," Bushey said.
Non-league boys basketball
Hammondsport 59, Dundee 35
HAMMONDSPORT - The Hammondsport Lakers edged the Dundee Scotsman 59-35.
The Scotsman trailed the Lakers the whole game but outscored them by 1 point in the 2nd quarter.
The Lakers came through in the 3rd quarter and outscored the Scotmans by 14 points.
High scorers for the Lakers were Parker Watson with 16 points and CJ Hill with 15.
High scorer for the Scotsmans was Austin Gibson with 12 points.
Hammondsport will play Whitesville on Monday at home.
SCAA girls basketball
Addison 60, Jasper-Troupsburg 39
ADDISON - Addison got past Jasper-Troupsburg 60-39 Saturday in a Steuben County Athletic Association girls basketball contest.
"It was a great league win tonight," Addison head coach Corey Driskell said. "We started the game slow, but finished the last three quarters strong."
The Knights scored only nine points in the first quarter, but scored 51 through the next three quarters.
Binonca Conklin led Addison with 20 points and 12 rebounds and 12 rebounds and Tayah Jackson chipped in 16 points and six steals.
Taryn Hayes had 14 points to lead Jasper-Troupsburg.
Addison improves to 8-6 and 6-1 in the league with the win.
IAC girls basketball
Watkins Glen 58, Edison 25
WATKINS - Watkins Glen had three players in double figures in a 58-25 victory over Edison Thursday.
Taylor Kelly led the Senecas with 18 points, Danielle Lezyk added 17 points and Adrianna Solomon chipped in 12 points.
Watkins Glen led 24-12 at the half and outscored Edison 34-13 in the second half.
The Senecas improve to 14-1 with the victory.
Waverly 75, Elmira Notre Dame 47
ELMIRA - Alex Tomasso netted 28 pooints to lead the Wolverines past the Crusaders, 75-47 Friday.
Waverly led 39-20 after two quarters and rolled in the second half.
Sidney Tomasso posted 15 points and Paige Lewis added 10 points.
For the Crusaders, Maddy Watts had 15 points and Khalia Rivera chipped in 11 points.
LCAA girls basketball
Haverling 42, Wayland-Cohocton 37
WAYLAND - Haverling traveled to Wayland-Cohocton and came away with a 42-37 victory Friday in a Livingston County Athletic Association girls basketball matchup.
"Our goal was to make someone other than Brehm and Gregorius beat us," Haverling head coach Randy Abrams said. "For the most part we were able to do that although Johnson almost made that plan backfire as she had a great game especially in the first half. It wasn’t the prettiest of games, but at this point of the year any win is important."
Down 22-16 at halftime, the Rams outscored the Eagles 26-15 in the final 16 minutes.
Abby Spiess led the Rams with 18 points and Mackenna Taggart posted eight points.
Haverling improves to 9-7 and will travel to Hornell Monday in its next matchup.