ADDISON - Addison came from a goal down to win in overtime 2-1 over Alfred-Almond Thursday in a Steuben County Athletic Association girls soccer contest.
Alfred-Almond opened the scoring when Maeve Looney scored an unassisted goal with 24:50 in the first half.
Addison leveled the score in the second half when Kerrigan Driskell found Kihara Gotshall only 35 seconds into the half.
Payton Woodhouse netted the winner for the Knights with just under three minutes left in overtime on an assist from Gotshall.
“We had some great chances today, but we just couldn’t finish the ball,” Addison head coach Kay Peters said.
Addison (1-1) will host Bishop Kearney at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in its next contest.
Campbell-Savona 5 Jasper-Troupsburg 1
CAMPBELL - Leah Roby had four goals to propel Campbell-Savona past Jasper-Troupsburg 5-1 Thursday in a Steuben County Athletic Association girls soccer matchup.
“Leah had a huge night,” Campbell-Savona head coach Robert Hesch said. “She was brilliant at creating chances for herself and the other girls.”
Donna Clark had three assists and a score for the Panthers.
The Panthers defense allowed only eight shots to Jasper-Troupsburg.
“Our defense played an aggressive game,” said Hesch. “Katie Austin, Lauren Crooker, Karrigan Ellison, and Autumn Peck were absolutely essential to supporting the midfield and offense and keeping JT's dangerous girls outside the 18.”
Emily McCaig had the lone goal for J-T.
Corning 2, Elmira 1
ELMIRA - Corning traveled to Elmira and came away with a 2-1 victory Thursday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference girls soccer contest.
“We played so gritty, I was just so proud of the way they just wanted to win," Corning head coach Julie Pierce said. "It was nice to see how they responded to yesterday's game."
Corning responded with the win after falling to Maine-Endwell 3-0 just two days earlier.
Ashlee Volpe netted both goals for the Hawks with both coming in the first half.
Taylor Hurd had 10 saves in goal for the Hawks.
Corning improves to 3-1-1 with the win and will travel to Johnson City Monday in its next contest.
Haverling 8, Letchworth/Warsaw 2
HAVERLING - Haverling got offensive in its 8-2 win over Letchworth/Warsaw in a repeat of the sectional finals Thursday.
Thomas Binkowski had three goals for the Rams while Keefer Calkins added two goals and DJ Smith, Lorenzo Serafini and Brendan Strong all contributed single goals.
Braden Yartym handed out three assists for Haverling and Strong had two assists.
The Rams led 6-0 at halftime and cruised to the victory.
“They are a great team,” Haverling head coach Matt Hill said. “We played very well in the first half. Everybody was doing their job and it was really fun to watch.”
Adam Grover and Quinn Bannister netted goals for Letchworth/Warsaw.
Haverling improves to 4-0 with the win and will travel to Cohocton to play Alfred-Almond at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Horseheads 206, Corning 217
HORSEHEADS - Horseheads topped Corning 206-217 at Willowcreek Golf Course Thursday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference contest.
Seth Conway led the Blue Raiders with a 38 followed by Zach Locke (39), Nick Harvey (40), Matt Printup (41), Rob Darmstadt (48) and Jake Harpster.
Corning was led by Tyler Thomas’ 42 followed by Ben Tubbs (43), Luca Neally (43), Jairam Hathwar (44), Nishant Lahri (45) and Andrew Beall (47).
Hammondsport 3, Arkport-Canaseraga 0
Hammondsport volleyball improved to 5-0 on the season defeating Arkport-Canaseraga 25-7, 25-6, 25-7 Wednesday.
Erika Hilligus led all servers with 25 aces. Julia Bennett and Vittoria Cateni has 7 and 5 kills respectively.
For Arkport Holly, Sienna, and McKenzie also scores 4 points.
Hammondsport will play in Penn Yan on Monday at 6:30.
Campbell-Savona 3, Wellsville 2
CAMPBELL - Campbell-Savona topped Wellsville 3-2 Wednesday in a non-league volleyball matchup.
The results of the five-game set were 23-25, 25-15, 24-26, 25-9 and 25-19.
Hailey DeMong had 11 kills, 6 assists and 14 points to lead the Panthers while Giavanna Reed added 11 assists and three kills and Elizabeth Moultrip contributed six kills.
Delayne Mattison had 19 assists and three digs for Wellsville.
Campbell-Savona improves to 2-1 with the win.
North Penn 3, Horseheads 1
HORSEHEADS - North Penn got past Horseheads 3-1 Wednesday in non-league volleyball action by scores of 14-25, 25-19 and 26-28.
“I’m proud of the girls’ effort,” Horseheads head coach Tim Crout said.
Horseheads will travel to Ithaca Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in its next contest.