CAMPBELL-SAVONA - Addison traveled to Campbell-Savona and came away with a 6-1 victory Monday in a Steuben County Athletic Association boys soccer matchup.

“I got to give it to Addison," Campbell-Savona head coach Mark Gurnsey said. "They played a very good game. We’re still trying to find our stride."

The Knights netted three goals in the first half including the first two from Brayden Bills at the 17:11 mark of the first half on an assists from Blake Driskell and six minutes later at the 11:15 minute mark on a a pass from Brennan Foster.

Addison added a third goal before half from Colby Jones.

The Knights kept the pressure on in the next 40 minutes, outscoring the Panthers 3-1.

Driskell, Braydn Coletta and Jones added single scores in the second half.

The Knights had six assists on their six goals including two from Braydyn Coletta and single assits from Foster, Driskell, Aidan Green and Cade Heysham.

"It's a great league win and it's been fun watching this team grow," Addison head coach Mike Bills said.

Hunter Larson had the lone score for Campbell-Savona.

Addison outshot Campbell-Savona 34-6 in the contest.

Mitchell Closke stopped 21 shots in goal for the Panthers.

Campbell-Savona (1-4) will travel to Alfred-Almond Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. while Addison (5-0) will host Canisteo-Greenwood Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.