CORNELL - Horseheads took home the Southern Tier Athletic Conference title Tuesday at Cornell University Tuesday.
Horseheads led with a team score of 422 followed by Seton (428), Corning (432) and Chenango Forks (435).
Seth Conway was the overall best golfer with a score of 73 for the Blue Raiders. Also for the Blue Raiders, Zach Locke had an 80, Matt Printup posted an 85 and Evan Hatch recorded an 88.
Corning was led by Tyler Thomas who finished third overall with a 76. Drew Beall posted an 86, Owen Crane had an 87 and Carson Crane carded an 89.
Brock O’Hart led Elmira with an 84.
Horseheads completed its regular season undefeated and will look for the sweep when it participates in the STAC West Championships Thursday at Soaring Eagles Golf Course.
Horseheads 3, Binghamton 0
HORSEHEADS - Horseheads rolled to a 3-0 victory over Binghamton in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference girls volleyball matchup by scores of 25-7, 25-14 and 25-13.
"I really liked the way they stayed focused," Horseheads head coach Tim Crout said. "They did an amazing job serving. Our serving was the key. When these kids are playing well, they are tough to beat."
Cameron Hilliard had six aces and Taylor Malone had three aces to lead the Blue Raiders at the service line. Malone added nine kills.
Carolyn Bovard had eight kills, Cameron KNapp posted three kills and Avery Snyder had six digs.
Payton Knapp had 14 assists and Eva Kursik contributed seven assists.
Horseheads improves to 12-1 overall and will host Corning Thursday at 7:15 p.m.
WAYLAND - Haverling boys and girls ran well at Wayland-Cohocton against Dansville, Wayland and Keshequa Tuesday.
On the boys side, Haverling defeated Wayland 20-39, beat Dansville 20-39 and topped Keshequa 15-50.
Tyler Evans finished third (18:25), Marcus Burns was fourth (18:32), Mason Hoad placed sixth (18:53), Nolan Harold took seventh (19:13), Dustin Cox finished eighth (19:17) and Nate Yehl was ninth (19:24).
For the girls, Haverling topped Wayland 15-50, Keshequa won 15-50 and Dansville edged the Rams 15-50.
Sophia Becken finished 12th (25:02), Ashlee Young was 17th (27:33), Maria Myers took 18th (27:35), Emily Learn was 19th (27:38) and Bailey Vogt took 24th (29:20).
The Rams boys improve to 14-5.
Jasper-Troupsburg 15, Hammondsport 50; Hammondsport 50, Jasper-Troupsburg 15
JASPER - The Hammondsport boys and the Jasper-Troupsburg girls earned victories Tuesday in a cross country contest.
For the boys, Hammondsport took the first five places with Liam Kressly taking first (20:22), Thomas Kressly second (20:28), George Drake placed third (20:54), Mike Beam was fourth (21:24) and Matthew Lyle was fifth (22:16).
On the girls side, J-T took the first five positions. Cash Perry placed first (24:13), Jillian Miles took second (27:17), Paige Watkins was third (29:59), Khadija took fourth (31:07) and Kelsey Stellitano was fifth (34:13).