LIVONIA - Livonia used a strong first half to get past Haverling 65-45 Thursdat in a Livingston County Athletic Association girls basketball matchup.


The Bulldogs jumped out to a 36-18 lead after 16 minutes and never looked back.


Haverling played Livonia about even in the second half, only being outscored by two points, 29-27.


“I was happy with our response in the second half and in basically playing them even,” Haverling head coach Randy Abrams said. “We dug ourselves a pretty big hole in the first half that was too much to recover from. Livonia is a tough team and they definitely deserved the win.”


Kylie Buckley led the Bulldogs with 31 points while Sydney Lockwood had 12 points and Kelsey Setwart contributed 11 points.


Abby Spiess had 17 points to lead the Rams and Sydney Burns and Cadin Taggart chipped in 12 points each.


Livonia improves to 15-2, while Haverling falls to 8-10.


STAC


Corning 59, Union-Endicott 53


ENDICOTT - Corning traveled to Union-Endicott and came away with a 59-53 victory Thursday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference girls basketball game.


Alyssa Dobson paced the Hawks with 25 points including six 3-pointers. Ashlee Volpe added 17 points and Jenna DiNardo chipped in 10 points.


Corning improves to 7-10 with the win and is one win away from qualifying for the Section IV Class AA playoffs.


SCAA


Prattsburgh-Avoca 43, Jasper-Troupsburg 28


JASPER - Prattsburgh-Avoca topped Jasper-Troupsburg 43-28 Wednesday in a Steuben County Athletic Association girls basketball game.


"We had good balanced scoring again tonight,“ Prattsburgh-Avoca head coach Jeff Gilbert said. ”After a tight first half, we picked up the defensive pressure which created some turnovers. We were able to build a decent lead and maintain it. JT is a well coached improved team."


Lucia D'Arpino led the Vikings with 11 points and 11 rebounds while Kendra Pinckney added nine points, Alexis Weldy recorded eight points and Emi Moore chipped in seven points.


For Jasper, Brynn Waters and Kayla Atherton posted eight points.


Prattsburgh-Avoca improves to 13-4 with the win.