JOHNSON CITY - Corning's dominance in track and field continued Thursday with a sweep in team titles for the boys and the girls in Johnson City in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference championships.
Lindsey Butler set a Section IV record in the 400 meter hurdles with a time of 1:01 and earned a win in the 100 hurdles (15.29) for Corning as the girls collectively put up 120 points with the next highest being Ithaca at 74.
Jayla Skeete was a double winner for the girls in the 400 meter dash (59.28) and the 800 meter run (2:21.31) while Claire Mason was a double winner in the 1,500 meter run (5:02) and the 3,000 meter run (10:16.15).
On the boys side, The Hawks won with a score of 90.83, outlasting second place Norwich who had 80 points.
The Hawks were led by wins from Torrey Jacobson-Evans (3,200 meter; 9:38.35) and Otto Sutton (400 meter hurdles; 57.20).
Corning outlasted 16 other teams to earn the victory.
Dansville 7, Haverling 6
DANSVILLE - Haverling traveled to Dansville for their first game since last Thursday, which was against Dansville. The result was the same and the Rams lost 7-6 in 8 innings.
The Rams managed much more offense this week, but ended up losing in the bottom of the 7th on a passed ball after the Rams walked the bases loaded.
The Rams split the pitching up with Brendan Strong getting the start, AJ Brotz came in relief and Griffin Yastremski came in to close the game out, but it didn't work out for the Rams.
An errant throw by Yastremski trying to pick off a runner in between 2nd and 3rd tied the game in the bottom of the 6th.
For Haverling, Brotz went 3 for 4 with a run, Cayden Mattison and Brendan Stron also had two hits.
The Rams now fall to 4 and 7 and 1 and 3 in the league.
The Rams have a double header on Saturday.
Senior Day will be at 1 PM at the VA field when Livonia comes to town. Then they will travel to Hornell at 6:30 PM.
Avoca-Prattsburgh 2, Campbell-Savona 1
PRATTSBURGH - Avoca-Prattsburgh won 2-1 over Campbell-Savona in a pitchers dual Friday in a Steuben County Athletic Association contest.
A/P pitcher Shauna Pimm went the distance, striking out six and only give up a lead off double to Ciera Machuga in the 4th inning who later scored on an overthrow.
For C-S, Peyton Sullivan registered 13 strikeouts and had a no hitter going into the bottom of the seventh inning.
Kendra Pinckney drove in the first run for A/P to tie the game in the seventh and with two outs, Savannah Dailey had a base hit to score Pinckney from third base.
7th grader Lily Hausauer hit a double over the right fielder's head to drive in the winning run from 2nd.
"I am proud of the rally in these girls. They seriously never give up, and I think we have really surprised some people this season," Prattburgh-Avoca head coach Julianna Sherman said.
Campbell-Savona drops to 9-7, and will travel to Canisteo May 21st at 5 pm.
Avoca-Prattsburgh 6, Canisteo-Greenwood 3
PRATTSBURGH - Avoca-Prattsburgh got past Canisteo-Greenwood 6-3 Thursday in a Steuben County Athletic Association contest.
"This was a BIG win tonight," Avoca-Prattsburgh head coach Julianna Sherman said. "The girls got behind early and never stopped fighting. That’s what I’m most proud of. It was a great game to be a part of."
Shauna Pimm threw a complete game with eight strikeouts and five hits.
Stephenie Longwell had a double and an RBI and Lauryn Moore had two hits.
Elmira 8, Union-Endicott 3
ELMIRA - Elmira had nine hits in a 8-3 victory over Union-Endicott Thursday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference softball contest.
Jasmine Cook had two hits and 3 RBI at the plate and pitched five scoreless innings for the Express.
Alexis Wood added two hits and an RBI for Elmira and Ashley Ross contributed a hit and an RBI.