VESTAL - The Corning Hawks bowling team won its second Section IV title in as many years Friday at Midway Lanes in Vestal.
The Hawks finished with a total of 3,075 pins followed by Elmira (2,818), Horseheads (2,808), Binghamton (2,707) and Union-Endicott (2,627).
Derik Lisi led Corning with a 670 series (232, 222, 216) and Michael Hoffman-Bellucci posted a 665 series (205, 238, 222).
"Derik and Michael were terrific tonight," Corning head coach Eric Kizis said. "They were a pretty impressive 1-2 punch today, both were pretty clean on the day."
Isiah Beshler and Alex Chang both added 607 series' for the Hawks.
"It's a great feeling for this group to win two Sectional Championships in back to back years. I am extremely thankful for the dedication and effort this team gives every single day."
Elmira finished second with a 2,818 and Nolan Storch led Elmira with a 637 series (176, 276, 185) and Logan Shadduck posted a 607 series (170, 208, 229).
Horseheads 60, Johnson City 35
JOHNSON CITY - Horseheads traveled to Johnson City and came away with a 60-35 victory Friday in a STAC girls basketball contest.
After only leading 29-25 at halftime, the Blue Raiders outscored the Wildcats 31-10 in the last 16 minutes.
Avery Snyder led Horseheads with 11 points, Laurent Augustine and Carly Scott added nine points.
Calesta Reigelman had 11 points for Johnson City.
Newark Valley 67, Elmira Notre Dame 43
ELMIRA - Newark Valley topped Elmira Notre Dame 67-43 Thursday in an IAC girls basketball matchup.
The Crusaders jumped out to a 17-6 lead after one quarter on the strength of 10 points from Maddy Watts.
Newark Valley responded with a 23-point second quarter led by Brianna Beebe and Graciella Gardner’s six points and led 29-26 at haltime.
The Cardinals kept the pressure on in the second half, outscoring END 34-21 to secure the victory.
Mackenna Nechwedowich led NV with 14 points, Hannah Ferguson added 13 points, Beebe posted 12 points and Gardner chipped in 10 points.
Watts had 20 points for the Crusaders and Kahlia Rivera registered 14 points.