ADDISON - Addison improved to 6-0 with a 2-1 victory over Canisteo-Greenwood Wednesday in a Steuben County Athletic Association boys soccer matchup.

Trevor Knapp scored both goals for the Knights, with one in the first half unassisted and a score in the second half on an asssist from Bradyn Coletta.

"We had an off offense and defensive game," Addison head coach Mike Bills said. "We're lucky Trevor broke out of his slump. They played us pretty hard."

Jose Alvarez netted Canisteo-Greenwood's only goal with three minutes left in the contest.

Simon Segard had four saves for Addison while Dillon Bailey stopped 10 shots for the Redskins.

Addison will host Alfred-Almond Monday at 6 p.m. in its next contest.

Track and field

JASPER - Addison swept the boys and girls' cross country meet at Jasper Tuesday that also included J-T, Avoca, Hornell, Whitesville and Genesee Valley.

In the boys race, Whitesville's Matt Garis won the race in 19:59 followed by Hayden Mills of Addison (19:59), Ronnie Dailey (20:15) and Kris Thompson (21:35).

Addison's Faith Skowyron placed first in the girls race (24:11) followed by Sarah Lyons of Addison (24:12) and Cash Perry (24:14) as well as Jillian Miles (26:59) from Jasper-Troupsburg.

 

IAC Track and Field

ELMIRA – The Notre Dame Cross Country Teams opened their IAC action Tuesday evening by running well against Watkins Glen, Lansing, Groton, and Waverly in Watkins Glen.

The 4th ranked girls team in New York State for Class D was led to victory by Alyssa Walker's first place finish, defeating her nearest rival by over 20 seconds. Alex Cowley (4th), Piper Young (5th), Vicky Mordvinova (9th), Riley Soehnlein (11th), Maura Devlin (13th), and Leah DeFilippo (20th) came in as a tight group, giving the Lady Crusaders the victory over defending Section IV Class C champion Lansing and Waverly.

The boys team took 4th place out of 5 teams, paced by Scott Herlan's 6th place finish. Teammate Steven Gough placed 8th, followed by Derek Simpson (18th), Gino DeLeone (22nd), Kyle Stephenson (36th), Neal Moore (41st), and Noah Becker (45th) to round out Notre Dame's scoring. Waverly won the boys meet, followed by host Watkins Glen and Lansing.

“We had a very good night all around for our first league meet of the season.  The kids shook off some jitters and had a solid team showing,” head coach Chris Wise said. "Alyssa ran a great strategic race while the rest of the girls picked up their paces from their last race to tighten their grouping. Scott and Steven both ran very smart races and let the leaders come back to them."

Notre Dame will be in action again next Wednesday at home in another IAC meet against Tioga, Thomas Edison, and Newark Valley.

 

Haverling 2, Livonia 1

LIVONIA - The Haverling boys soccer team defeated Livonia in a comeback win at Livonia High School Tuesday evening.

Haverling was down 1-0 at halftime. But the team rallied and Thomas Vinkowski tied the game with a goal in the second half, forcing the game into overtime.

Lorenzo Serafini scored the game-winning goal with two minutes remaining in the first round of overtime to seal the win for Haverling. Brendan Strong provided the assist.

“We didn’t play nearly as well as we could in the first half, but we came out and played much better in the second half,” said Haverling coach Matt Hill.

Goalie Jordan Deats had six saves on the night for Haverling.

Thomas Hayes scored Livonia’s lone goal of the evening.

The win improves Haverling to 3-0 on the season.

Next up, the Rams take on Letchworth-Warsaw at 6:30 p.m. today at Haverling High School.

 

Jasper-Troupsburg 6, Prattsburgh 0

PRATTSBURGH - The Jasper-Troupsburg girls soccer team shutout Prattsburgh 6-0 at Prattsburgh Central School Tuesday evening.

The Wildcats were thoroughly in control throughout the contest, and sat comfortably up 5-0 at halftime. 

“Our passing game was dominating the field,” said Jasper-Troupsburg coach Kali Muhleisen. “It was a full team effort.”

Brynn Waters was the night’s top scorer, scoring two goals and providing four assists.

Marissa Palmiter, Emily McCaig, Valicity Gavitt and Aubrianna Bradley scored a goal each. For Bradley, a freshman, it was her first goal of her varsity career.

Jasper-Troupsburg improves to 1-1 on the year and will play Campbell-Savona at 6:30 p.m. tonight at Campbell-Savona High School.