January 26 local sports results

Press Release


BATH | Although Peter Skelly fell just short of a state-qualifying mark, he put Bath Haverling in great position heading into Saturday’s swimming portion of the Livingston County Athletic Association championships.

Skelly placed first overall with a personal-best score of 419.75 in the diving portion of the LCAA championships Thursday. Skelly’s score was only six-tenths of a point short of the state qualifying mark of 420.35. He’ll still have a chance to qualify for states at sectionals.

In addition to Skelly, Bath got a fourth-place finish from Lewis Jackson (339.95) and teammate David Morris placed fifth (301.00).

The swimming portion of the LCAA championships will get underway at 10 a.m. Saturday at Bath.

“This gives us a good boost going into Saturday,” Bath coach Dan Easterbrook said. “The divers did awesome. They stepped up and did a great job.”

Girls Basketball/Nonleague

Avoca 46/Andover 23

AVOCA | Ali Cornish knocked down a pair of 3-pointers and poured in a game-high 22 points Thursday to lead Avoca to a 46-23 victory over Andover.

Danielle Seratt scored seven points and ripped down a team-best 16 rebounds for the Tigers, who improved to 4-8. Avoca’s Taylor Lathrop finished with six points and five steals.

Avoca will host Canisteo-Greenwood at 6 p.m. Monday.

Girls Basketball/LCAA

Bath Haverling 70/Leroy 28

LEROY | Jordan Yastremski put together a monster double-double Wednesday, registering 22 points and 16 rebounds to lead Bath to a 70-28 rout of LeRoy.

Courtney Coots added 14 points, three rebounds and two steals for the Rams, who got scoring from each of their nine players. Bath’s Allyson Muller finished with eight points, eight rebounds, three assists and two steals, while teammate MacKenzie Smith chipped in with six points, eight rebounds and three steals.

Bath (10-3, 3-2) will host York at 7 p.m. Tuesday.


Arkport 36/Hammondsport 12

HAMMONDSPORT | Gar Chatain and Austin Plank each recorded pins Thursday to lead Arkport to a 36-12 win against Hammondsport.

The Lakers’ lone contested win came from Brian Wood, who won his 113-pound bout with a pin in 1:40.

Both teams will take part in sectionals Feb. 3-4 in York.