January 18 local sports results

Staff reports

Boys Basketball/SCAA

Jasper-Troupsburg 56/Bradford 12

JASPER | Dylan Price drained three 3-pointers and netted a game-high 17 points Wednesday to lead Jasper-Troupsburg to a 56-12 win over Bradford.

Rob Adams added 11 points for the Wildcats and teammate Tyler VanSkiver chipped in with 10 points.

Jasper-Troupsburg (7-2, 5-0) will play at Addison at 7:15 p.m. Friday.

Boys Basketball/SCAA

Prattsburgh 55/Avoca 48

AVOCA | Isaiah King dropped in a pair of 3-pointers and netted a game-high 20 points Wednesday to lead Prattsburgh to a 55-48 win over Avoca.

Andrew Schick added 11 points for the Vikings, who outscored the Tigers 22-14 in the second quarter to take control of the game.

Alec Schumacher led Avoca with 16 points and six blocked shots. Skylar Clark poured in 14 points for the Tigers and teammate Corey Towner contributed with six points and a team-best eight rebounds.

Avoca (1-11) will play at Campbell-Savona at 6 p.m. Friday.

Wrestling/Nonleague

Watkins Glen 50/Campbell-Savona 21

CAMPBELL | Watkins Glen got decisions from Brandon Gould (101 pounds), Matt Woodworth (108) and Steve Padgett (154), along with a technical fall from Adam Hughey (172) en route to a 50-21 victory over Campbell-Savona Wednesday.

The Panthers got pins from Dylan Eaton (122) and Kevin Holford (197), along with a decision from Devon Paul (140).

Both teams wrestled to raise money for the Jeff Parker Foundation in Campbell-Savona’s inaugural Take Down Cancer Match. The Jeff Parker Foundation raises money for cancer research and is named in honor of Parker, who wrestled at the University at Buffalo and died from cancer in 2002.

Cancer survivors were recognized during the match and wrestlers got pledges for the number of takedowns they had during the match.

Campbell-Savona (3-26) will wrestle at Avoca at 7 p.m. today.

Boys Volleyball/Nonleague

Wellsville 3/Prattsburgh 0

PRATTSBURGH | Prattsburgh closed out its inaugural season with a tough 3-0 loss to Wellsville, with match scores of 25-16, 25-17 and 25-18.

Wellsville (11-0) was led by Jacob Robarts, who got nine kills, 11 digs and four aces. Josh Winars added five kills and 11 digs.

Prattsburgh (5-4) was led by Allen Presher, who recorded four kills and seven digs. Andy Owens and Andrew Hulling each recorded three kills. Owens registered 10 digs, while Hullings had 11 digs.

Swimming/SCAA

Campbell-Savona/Addison

CAMPBELL | David Hughes, Jon Pearl, Kevin Tombs and Caleb Smith got quite the consolation prize Wednesday for finishing second to Addison in the 200 free relay in Campbell-Savona’s 93-90 SCAA victory.

Although Addison’s team of Alec Fleet, Jared Baker, Seth Burton and Josh Stuart won the race with a time of 1:46.28, Hughes, Pearl, Tombs and Smith set a new school record with their second-place time of 1:46.72.

On top of that, Smith, Hughes and teammate Kyle Warner put together double-win efforts to lead Campbell-Savona to a 93-90 win over Addison to take the meet.

Smith notched first-place finishes in the 200 individual medley (2:31.19) and 500 freestyle (6:20.55). Hughes bested the field in the 100 breaststroke (1:18.64) and Warner took first in the 100 backstroke (1:09.26). Hughes and Warner also joined Jesse Swan and Pearl on the Panthers’ winning 200 medley relay team.

Josh Stuart led Addison with a quadruple-win effort. Stuart placed first in the 50 freestyle (24.62) and 100 freestyle (57.52) and also helped the Knights pick up wins in the 200 free relay and 400 free relay.

Alec Fleet and Jared Baker put together triple-win performances for Addison. Fleet placed first in diving (236.47) and Baker won in the 200 freestyle (2:22.83), while both contributed to the Knights’ two relay triumphs.

Campbell-Savona (3-7) will host Naple at 5 p.m. today.

Skiing/Section V Meet

SWAIN | Bath Haverling placed second out of 13 teams in attendance in the slalom meet at Swain on Wednesday. Its combined team time was 5:11.16.

Sara Apenowich was Bath’s top finisher, placing fourth place with a combined time of 1:28.67. This was made all the more impressive because of the slippery track.

Ellen Eichensehr helped the cause, finishing with a time of 1:44.60, good for 11th place. Teammate Shannon Darry set a personal best, finishing with a time of 1:57.89 for 17th place.

Bath will return to Swain at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday.