December 28 local sports results

Staff reports

Boys Basketball/Josh Palmer Coach vs. Cancer small school consulation

Mansfield (PA) 65/Hammondsport 51

ELMIRA | Alec Simpson erupted for a game-high 21 points Wednesday to lead Mansfield to a 65-51 win over Hammondsport in the small school consolation round of the Josh Palmer Coaches vs. Cancer tournament.

After falling behind 13-9 after the first quarter, the Tigers outscored the Lakers 23-14 in the second quarter and never looked back.

Taylor Hillson added 18 points for Mansfield.

Jordan Schuck drained three 3-pointers and finished with 14 points for the Lakers. Hammondsport’s Trenton Kolo scored 11 points.

Boys Basketball/Avoca Stop DWI Tournament

Avoca 53/Canaseraga 21

AVOCA | Corey Towner scored 11 points and grabbed a team-best nine rebounds to help the Avoca boys basketball team get its first win of the season Wednesday, courtesy of a 53-21 triumph against Canaseraga in the Avoca Stop DWI Holiday Tournament.

Alec Schumacher finished with eight points, five steals and four blocked shots for the Tigers. Avoca’s Ryan Farrell had nine points and six steals.

Avoca (1-5) will play Honeoye at 7:30 p.m. today in the tournament championship.

“It’s good to get a win,” Avoca head coach Don Rodbourn said. “I was very happy with the kids. They played really well.”

Girls Basketball/Alfred State Officials Tournament, consolation

Campbell-Savona 64/Jefferson-Monroe 20

ALFRED | Campbell-Savona’s Lekysha Snyder led a dominating performance as the Panthers beat Jefferson-Monroe 64-20 in the consolation game of the Alfred State Christmas Tournament.

Snyder scored 20 points and recorded 11 steals in the win. She was aided by Nikki Poplaski’s 17 points, seven rebounds, five assists and six steals. Sam Rogers also chipped in 14 points and nine rebounds for the Panthers.

Jefferson-Monroe was led by Najjia Mason’s six points.

Campbell-Savona will travel to play Jasper-Troupsburg at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Girls Basketball/Keshequa Holiday Tournament

Bath Haverling 75/East Rochester 49

KESHEQUA  | After playing a tight game in the first half, Bath Haverling outscored East Rochester 44-17 in the second half to win 75-49.

“We needed to settle down a bit” Bath coach Randy Abrams said. “We were able to do that and pulled away in the second half.”

Bath was led by Jordan Yastremski, who recorded a double-double with 21 points and 13 rebounds. She was aided by MacKenzie Smith, who also recorded a double-double, scoring 10 points and pulling in 12 rebounds. Courtney Coots scored 17 points.

East Rochester was led by Brianna Fedezeo’s 19 points. Loren Dunn chipped in 13 points.

Bath will play in the championship game of the Keshequa tournament against either Warsaw or Keshequa at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Girls Basketball/Alfred State Officials Tournament, championship game

Jasper-Troupsburg 49/Hammondsport 35

ALFRED | Tournament MVP Sadie Button and McKenzie Prutsman each scored 10 points Wednesday, leading Jasper-Troupsburg to a win against Hammondsport in the Alfred State Officials Tournament.

The undefeated Wildcats (8-0) also got five steals and five assists from Button, while Kendall Austin scored eight points to go along with 10 steals and eight rebounds. Hammondsport was led by Liz Kolo and Katie Pizura, who each scored nine points.

J-T will host Campbell-Savona on Wednesday.

Indoor Track/Hobart Meet

GENEVA | At an indoor track and field meet at Hobart College, Bath Haverling’s Ireland Armstrong placed first in the pole vault after clearing 9-feet, 6-inches. Armstrong is currently the second best pole vaulter in Section V.

Bath’s Miranda Smalt set a school record in the 600 meters with a time of 1:45.77. Teammate Lauren Cook took fifth in the high jump with a personal-best leap of 4-feet, 8-inches.

In the boys meet, the Rams’ Cody Marvin placed third in the 600 meters (1:29), while teammate Jimmy Tunison was seventh in the 300 meters with a personal-best time of 39.13 seconds.

Bath will next compete at RIT on Friday, Jan. 6.