MAINE-ENDWELL - A walk-off in the 12th inning left the Corning Hawks on the wrong end of a 6-5 defeat to Maine-Endwell on Tuesday in the STAC Championship game.

The game was tied at five with Maine-Endwell batting in the bottom of the twelfth when Allie L'Amoreaux singled toi bring home the winning run that was placed on second to start the inning.

Corning started with a 1-0 lead in the first inning after a sacrifice fly from Ellie Daugherty and went up 3-0 in the third inning after a 2 RBI double from Laura Bennett.

L'Amoreaux had a 2 RBI triple to respond for the Spartans in the bottom of the inning.

Kalea Faulk doubled to give Corning a 4-3 advantage in the sixth inning, but the Spartans responded in the bottom of the seventh scoring on bases loaded walk.

Ataliya Rijo had three hits to lead the Hawks while Bennett and Faulk had two hits.

L'Amoreaux had nine strikeouts in 12 innings in the circle for Maine-Endwell while Bennett had 13 punchouts in 11+ innings.

Corning earned the #1 seed in Class AA Sectional play and received a bye to the Finals. The Hawks will play the winner of Elmira at Horseheads on Saturday June 1st at the BAGSAI Softball Complex in Binghamton at a Time to be Announced.

SCAA

Addison 11, Alfred-Almond 9

ADDISON - Addison topped Alfred-Almond 11-9 Tuesday in a Steuben County Athletic Association softball matchup Tuesday.

After falling down 7-0 after the first three frames, the Knights battled back to score 11 runs in the final three innings.

"After the first three innings we came to life and got some production," Addison head coach Oakley Hayes said. "They never quit, they could have easily gave up after we got down. It shows their growth and maturity level this time of year."

Elaina Cornell had a 2 RBI double to push across the go-ahead runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Bella Benjamin and Sarah Learn added three hits and Gabby Coletta added a hit and 2 RBI.

Becca Knowles picked up the win in the circle for the Knights, striking out nine.

Addison finishes its regular season 9-8.

LCAA

Livonia 10, Haverling 1

BATH - Haverling ran into a buzzsaw named Vanessa Galbraith Tuesday as Livonia topped Haverling 11-1.

Galbraith tossed a complete game in the circle, striking out nine batters.

Hannah Hoffman had two hits for the Rams and Olivia Switzer added the lone RBI.

Lily Gfeller, Katelyn DeWater and Mackenzie Foster had two htis for the Bulldogs.

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LCAA

Livonia 11, Haverling 1

LVIONIA - Livonia got past Haverling 11-1 in five innings Tuesday in a Livingston County Athletic Conference baseball game.

Alex Minnehan tossed five innings in the victory for the Bulldogs, striking out six.

Livonia scored eight runs in the opening frame and crusied from there.

For Haverling, AJ Brotz and Austin Palmer had a hit.

Jake Smith had two hits and 2 RBI for the Bulldogs.

Letchworth 9, Haverling 7

The Rams traveled to letchworth Monday and lost 9 to 7 in a Livingston County Athletic Conference contest.

Letchworth scored 3 runs in each of the first three innings.

The Rams tried to come back, but the big blow came in the 6th when they had bases loaded with no outs and 4, 5, and 6 coming to the plate. They struck out twice and popped up to end the inning not scoring.

For the Rams, Justin Marshall was 3 for 3 with 3 RBI while AJ Brotz and Alec Sestak had two hits.

SCAA

Campbell-Savona 5, Canisteo-Greenwood 2

CANISTEO - Campbell-Savona won its sixth-straight game Tuesday with a 5-2 victory over Canisteo-Greenwood in a Steuben County Athletic Association contest.

"It was a great ending to the season," Campbell-Savona head coach Dave Swan said. "I can’t say enough about how the boys played to get back in the season."

Derrick Goll had three hits and an RBI at the plate and tossed a complete game on the mound for Campbell-Savona.

Ethan Park had two hits and Kirk Rissinger added two hits including a home run.

The Panthers finish their season 9-9.