WAVERLY - Corning’s Taylor Roberts won the diving portion of the Waverly Invite held Friday at Waverly High School.
Roberts outlasted nine other competitors with a final score of 418.80.
“Taylor showed true poise, athleticism, and determination in her diving tonight,” Corning head coach Alyssa Helsing said. “We are very proud of her and we’re looking forward to some great swims tomorrow.”
Corning will continue at the meet on Saturday.
Corning 7, Horseheads 0
CORNING - Corning swept Horseheads 7-0 Friday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference tennis matchup.
Riley Davis (6-0, 6-2), Trisha Bahtia (6-3, 6-4) and Elizabeth Green (1-6, 6-2, 11-9) earned wins in singles play.
Erin Austin and Alexa Cates (6-3, 6-2), Darien Beall and Mia Colonna (6-0, 6-2) and Esha Soni and Tatum Treadwell (6-1, 6-4) posted wins in doubles.
Corning improves to 6-1 while Horseheads falls to 2-4.
Haverling 3, Midlakes 1
HAVERLING - Haverling got past Midlakes 3-1 Friday in a non-league girls soccer contest.
“It felt good to finally put some balls in the back of the net and come out on top,” Haverling head coach Braedyn Ordway said.
Lillian Dickson, Keegan Smith and Natalie Krelie posted goals for the Rams.
Mya Rusak and Meredith Czajkowski had assists for Haverling.
Newark 8, Watkins Glen 1
WATKINS GLEN - Newark defeated Watkins Glen 8-1 Thursday in a girls soccer matchup.
“Newark Valley is an outstanding team and we knew it would be a tough game,” Watkins Glen head coach Scott Morse said. “I thought we played a very good first half. I was impressed with our intensity and defense and we were very much in the game. In the second half we faded and made some mistakes that hurt us, but I’m very pleased with the girls and where we can go from here as a team.”
Carly Arnold had the lone goal for Watkins Glen.
Natalie Edmister stopped 13 shots for the Senecas and Lilly Ameigh had five saves.
Watkins Glen (0-3) will play Sayre today.
Newfield 3, Watkins Glen 0
NEWFIELD - Newfield got past Watkins Glen 3-0 Friday by scores of 25-20, 25-23 and 25-22 in a volleyball matchup.
Carlie Baker led the Senecas with nine kills, two blocks and three aces.
Jade Scaptura had seven service points and Melanie Wysocki recorded six service points.