December 7 local sports results
Wellsville 50/Bath Haverling 37
BATH | Wellsville knocked down six 3-pointers Wednesday, taking a big lead early and hanging on to beat Bath Haverling on the road.
Matt Insley connected on three 3s for 10 points and Quentin Smith hit two treys for nine points, while Brady Lewis led all scorers with 12 for Wellsville (2-0). The Rams (1-1), who shot 15-for-50 from the floor, were led by Conor Oksinski’s nine points and Mike Jackson’s eight.
Haverling won’t play again until Wayland-Cohocton on Dec. 16.
Campbell-Savona 44/Alfred-Almond 39
ALMOND | Campbell-Savona rode Alex Nolton’s 22-point, 19-rebound double-double to its first win of the season.
Additionally, Nolton recorded three blocks for the Panthers (1-1), while Mitchell Allen scored 12 points and Terry Pavlick chipped in five points. Alfred-Almond was led by Tyler Baker’s 13 points and Patrick Chamberlain scored seven.
The Panthers will host Bradford on Friday.
Prattsburgh 52/Hammondsport 34
HAMMONDSPORT | Michael Schuck’s 16 points paced Prattsburgh in a 52-34 win over Hammondsport Wednesday.
Isaiah King chipped in with 10 points for the Vikings.
Ryan Eckel led the Lakers with eight points.
Hammondsport will play at Avoca at 6 p.m. Friday.
Bath Haverling 46/Livonia 36
LIVONIA | Jordan Yastremski netted 10 points and pulled down 13 rebounds Tuesday to lead Bath Haverling to a 46-36 win over Livonia.
Angela Binkowski also scored 10 points for the Rams dished out two assists, while teammate MacKenzie Smith grabbed a team-best 14 rebounds to go with her six points. Toni Townsend drained three of Bath’s four 3-pointers and finished with nine points.
Livonia’s Cassie Pope led all scorers with 23 points.
Bath (2-0) will play at Canaseraga Tuesday.
Alfred-Almond 41/Campbell-Savona 22
CAMPBELL | Marah Watson connected on three of Alfred-Almond’s six 3-pointers to lead the Eagles to a 41-22 victory over Campbell-Savona.
Megan Murray dropped in a 3-pointer and chipped in 10 points.
Campbell-Savona came up with 24 steals, but the Panthers weren’t able to overcome Alfred-Almond’s 3-point assault. Erika Baas led Campbell-Savona with seven points.
Campbell-Savona will play at Arkport at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Jasper-Troupsburg 55/Avoca 29
AVOCA | Wednesday’s well-balanced offense led Jasper-Troupsburg to a 3-0 record, topping Avoca on the road.
Sadie Button scored a 10-point, 10-rebound double-double for the Wildcats, while Alicia Leech netted 10 points, McKenzie Prutsman scored eight and Emily Sherman chipped in seven points. Avoca (1-3) was led by Ally Cornish’s 10 points and Ray Prestidge’s four.
Avoca will visit Hammondsport on Friday.