January 3 local sports results
Prattsburgh 40/Arkport 33
PRATTSBURGH | For the second time in a week, Prattsburgh defeated Arkport at home.
The Vikings and Blue Jays were knotted after the first two quarters, before Prattsburgh grabbed a one-point lead after three, 23-22. Then Morgan Stratton and Kasey Socola each netted six of their 10 points in the fourth quarter to help the Vikings pull away.
Stratton also led the team with nine rebounds. Shana Egresi added nine points for the Vikings.
Arkport was led by 14 points from Lauren Wyant, who knocked down a pair of 3-pointers. Allison Gibson was next with eight points.
Prattsburgh will visit Canisteo-Greenwood at 7:15 p.m. Friday.
Jasper-Troupsburg 53/Campbell-Savona 20
JASPER | The Wildcats spread the scoring in its 53-20 win Tuesday.
Sadie Button and Kendall Austin led the way with nine points each, while Allycia Leach netted eight points, followed by Kelsey Button with seven.
Shirlyn Popaski led the Panthers with seven points, including the team’s lone 3-pointer.
Jasper-Troupsburg, which upped its record to 9-0, 4-0, will host Alfred-Almond at 7:15 p.m. Monday.
Bath Haverling 55/Letchworth 38
LETCHWORTH | Courtney Coots scored a game-high 23 points to go along with six assists Tuesday, leading Bath Haverling to its seventh win of the season.
Jordan Yastremski recorded another monster double-double with 20 points and 19 rebounds, while Mckenzie Smith scored a 10-point, 13-rebound double-double for the Rams (7-1). Letchworth (1-7) stayed in Bath’s zip code until the fourth quarter.
“We really didn’t play great, we didn’t pull away until late in the second half. It was close for most of the game. I would attribute it to a really cold bus and an hour-and-a-half trip,” said Bath coach Randy Abrams.
Bath will host Dansville Thursday.
Bath Haverling 161/Campbell-Savona 128
BATH | The Rams won the first nine events during its 161-128 win over Campbell-Savona in Tuesday’s nonleague swim meet.
Bath (9-1) was paced by triple-winners Michael Conley and Tyler Easterbrook. Conley won the 100 butterfly, while adding winning legs on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay. Easterbrook won the 50 free, while also helping the two victorious relays.
Also earning wins for the Rams were Alex Reber (200 free), Colin Gilbert (200 IM), Jack Robbins (100 free), Logan Hobbs (500 free) and Peter Skelly, who set a personal best score of 233.77 while winning diving.
“Overall, we did ok coming off break,” Bath head coach Dan Easterbrook said. “It was a
Campbell-Savona was paced by wins from Kyle Warner (100 backstroke), Jon Pearl (100 breaststroke) and the 400 free relay team of Kevin Tombs, Warner, Mitchell Colvin and Caleb Smith).
The Panthers also recorded a team record in the 200 medley relay and girls’ records in the 200 IM (Hannah Jensen), 200 free relay and 400 free relay.
Bath will travel to Mt. Morris for a 5 p.m. meet on Thursday.
Campbell-Savona 66/Jasper-Troupsburg 12
CAMPBELL | In the five matches contested on the mat, Campbell-Savona posted pinfalls in each during its 66-12 win over Jasper-Troupsburg Tuesday.
The Panthers got pins from Dylan Eaton at 122 pounds, Collin Rexford (128), Devon Paul (140), John Fairbrother (147) and Cody Kuenzli (222).
“Everyone that wrestled finished with a pin. That was nice on Parents Night,” Campbell-Savona head coach Kevin Rosko said.
Jasper-Troupsburg’s points came via forfeit from Darrin Ross (101) and Ethan Walters (134).
Campbell-Savona will host Addison at 6:15 p.m. Thursday.