December 17 local sports results

Staff reports

Indoor Track

GENEVA | A pair of eighth graders opened Bath Haverling’s indoor track and field season with school record performances Saturday at Hobart College.

Miranda Gilbert-Smalt won the 300 meters with a school-best time of 43.88. In the 600 meters, Lauren Cook placed fifth overall, but ran a school record 1:48.33.

“They ran outstanding for the first race of the year,” Bath coach Todd Ludden said. “We have a lot of young talent and we hope to keep getting better.”

Other top finishes by the Rams came from Justin Conklin, who won the high jump (5-7) and Ireland Armstrong, who won the pole vault (9-6). Armstrong also added an eighth place finish in the 300 meters. Cody Marvin was seventh in the boys 300 meters.

Bath will compete at RIT on Friday, Dec. 23.

Boys Volleyball

Arkport 3/Prattsburgh 2

PRATTSBURGH | It took five games for Arkport to defeat Prattsburgh.

The Blue Jays (4-3) rallied from a 2-1 deficit to close out the Vikings, 25-23, 17-25, 8-25, 25-22, 27-25, led by 15 points, three kills and two blocks from Jordan Kramer and 14 points and two kills from Adam Brewer.

Prattsburgh (2-2) countered with 17 points, four aces, seven kills and five blocks from Alan Presher. Frank Presher also had 17 points with eight kills and three aces, while Andrew Hullings tallied 16 points with five aces and four kills.

Prattsburgh will next compete in a Jan. 7th tournament at Genesee Valley.

Girls Basketball/SCAA

Jasper-Troupsburg 42/Hammondsport 19

JASPER | Jasper-Troupsburg’s full court pressure wore down Hammondsport in a 42-19 win Saturday in an SCAA girls basketball game.

The Wildcats led 19-13 at the half, but only allowed six points by the Lakers in the second half.

Jasper-Troupsburg was led by 12 points and 13 rebounds from Allycia Leach. Mckenzie Prutsman and 12 assists and six steals.

Liz Kolodziejcak led Hammondsport with 11points.

J-T will host Northern Potter at 7:15 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 22.

Girls Basketball/SCAA

Addison 34/Prattsburgh 33

PRATTSBURGH | Brooke Collins hit the game-winning free throw for Addison in a one-point win Saturday.

Prattsburgh’s Hannah Robbins hit a 3-pointer to tied the score 31-31 in the fourth quarter, before Addison’s Ashlee Sutryk hit a pair of free throws to give the Knights the lead. The Vikings evened the score with two free throws from Kasey Socola, which set up Collins’ heroics.

Rachael Sutryk led the Knights with 15 points. Prattsburgh was led by 11 points from Becky Seager.

Addison has now downed Prattsburgh two times this season, by a combined three points.

Prattsburgh will host Naples at 7 p.m. Dec. 28 at its annual Christmas Tournament.