ELMIRA - The Elmira boys and girls earned victories Wednesday at Dixie Lanes against Horseheads with the boys winning 5-0 and the girls taking home a 4-1 win.


In the boys game, Logan Shadduck led the Express with a 646 series including a 245 game while Nolan Storch rolled a 618 series and Alex Smith added a 223 game.


Colby Woolever-Frost had a 223 game for Horseheads.


On the girls side, Kayla Avery ripped off a 623 series (206, 214, 203) for the Express and Ryan Oakes contributed a 211 game.


Mackenzie Minor led Horseheads with a 627 series including a 288 game.


Non-league


boys basketball


Hammondsport 102, Andover 24


HAMMONDSPORT - The Hammondsport Lakers beat the Andover Panthers 102-24.


Thomas Kressly netted 27 points, Zak Davis with 25 points, Michael Beam 24, Johnathon Wells with nine points, Ian MacDonald with eight points, Chris Becker five points and CJ Hill added four points.


Scorers for the Panthers were Chris Walker, Preston Ordway and Grady Terhune.


The Lakers will host Houghton Academy on Monday.


SCAA


Bradford 59, Addison 41


BRADFORD - Bradford picked up a 59-41 home victory in a Steuben County Athletic Association boys basketball contest Wednesday.


The Braves took a 26-20 halftime lead and exploded for 24 points in the third quarter to pull away led by seven points from Jordan Sutrtyk.


Blaze Machuga led the Braves with 18 points and Sutryk added 16 points.


John Stierly had 10 points to lead Addison.


STAC


boys basketball


Binghamton 88, Corning 75


CORNING - Cequan Johnson and Colbie Young netted 28 points each as Binghamton topped Corning 88-75 Tuesday in a Southern Tier Athletic Confernce boys basketball matchup.


Binghamton jumped out to a 19-14 lead after one quarter led by eight points from Young.


Aidan Chamberlin netted 15 points in the second quarter to pull the Hawks even at 40.


Binghamton took control in the second half, outscoring Corning 48-35 in the final 16 minutes on the strength of nine points from Johnson.


Chamberlin led the Hawks with 36 points and Jackson Casey contributed 11 points.


Men‘s college basketball


Corning Community College 97, Tompkins Cortland Community College 71


CORTLAND - Corning Community College got past Tompkins Cortland Community College 97-71 on the road Wednesday.


“This was a good opportunity for us to bounce back after a tough loss on Saturday,”Corning Community College head coach Isaac Bushey said. “We got back to good ball movement on offense and more importantly a strong effort defensively as a team.”


Sam Kelly netted a game-high 21 points for the Red Barons and three blocks while Ramel Powers contributed 15 points and Malik White added 13 points.


CCC improves to 13-9 overall and 7-2 in Mid-State Athletic Conference. Next game is Saturday at home vs. Finger Lakes CC. Women tip-off at 1:00, men to immediately follow.


Non-league


girls basketball


Marcus Whitman 52, Campbell-Savona 23


CAMPBELL - Marcus Whitman topped Campbell-Savona 52-23 Wednesday in a non-league girls basketball game.


Maddie Ryan led Marcus Whitman with 15 points and Emily Paddock contributed eight points.


Marcus Whitman led 11-6 after one quarter and outscored the Panthers 41-17 in the last three quarters.


“I thought it was a good effort early, but they wore us down,” Campbell-Savona head coach Mike Mouzon said. “We were a little thin at guard. We just weren‘t able to keep up. Pretty decent effort to start off the game.”


Sierra Machuga had seven points for Campbell-Savona.


LCAA


Girls basketball


Dansville 56, Haverling 35


DANSVILLE - Dansville used a strong fourth quarter to get past Haverling Tuesday, 56-35 in a Livingston County Athletic Association girls basketball game.


“I was very proud of our team,” Haverling head coach Randy Abrams said. “They played I thought a full game with intensity. We were down four points going into the fourth quarter and then Dansville was able to push their lead out. They are 15-1 for a reason.”


Grace Rittenhouse led the Mustangs with 20 points and Aryanna Young contributed nine points.


Sydney Burns and Meredith Czajkowski posted nine points for the Rams and Cadin Taggart had eight points and grabbed 17 rebounds.