BATH - The Rams improved their record to 7-4 with a 48-22 win over Thomas Edison on Wednesday.

Bath jumped on the Spartans early with an 18-4 lead after the first eight minutes and kept the pressure on in the second quarter, outscoring Edison 15-6.

"We came out well in the first quarter and that allowed us to get everyone some good minutes in the game," Bath head coach Randy Abrams said.

Jadyn Abrams led the Rams with 22 points and seven rebounds and Jourdan Machuga added eight points.

"The road gets really tough now as we are in the heart of the LCAA schedule," said Abrams. "We’ve got a lot to polish up yet and we are still trying to improve on a nightly basis."

Bath will travel to Livonia on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

SCAA girls basketball

Prattsburgh 73, Bradford 22

PRATTSBURGH - Prattsburgh shut down Bradford by a score of 73-22 on Tuesday night at home.

The Vikings put four players in double figures including Lauren Robbins, who led the Vikings with 14 points and six rebounds, Hannah Hopkins ad 13 points, Chole Santillo added 12 points and Hannah Wijkamp contributed 10 points.

Brittany Rinker led the Braves with eight points.

"For the 2nd night in a row, the girls came out on fire," Prattsburgh head coach Jeff Gilbert said. "We put up 28 points in the 1st quarter and our defense was outstanding."

Alfred-Almond 31, Campbell-Savona 26

ALFRED-ALMOND - Alfred-Almond edged Campbell-Savona 31-26 on Wednesday.

After a close first quarter in which Alfred-Almond led 4-3, the Eagles outscored the Panthers 11-6 in the second quarter for a 15-9 halftime lead.

"Poor shooting put us behind early and  we couldn’t find a way to turn it around," Campbell-Savona head coach Dawn Shanks said.

Lindsey Allen led the Eagles with four first half points.

Campbell-Savona cut the lead to 26-21 in after the third quarter, but couldn’t get over the hump.

Kiara Barron had seven points to lead the Panthers and Kayla Barron added six points.

Chloe Mahieisen posted 10 points for Alfred-Almond.

SCAA boys basketball

Addison 87, Jasper-Troupsburg 42

ADDISON - Addison got offensive in its 87-42 win over Jasper-Troupsburg at home on Wednesday.

The Knights rolled to a 49-23 lead after the first half and never looked back.

Danny Ames had 27 points for Addison, Nick Sutrtyk had 15 points (five 3-pointers), Adam Chilson added 14 points and Evan McIlwain posted 10 points.

The Knights made 15 three-pointers in the contest.

Connor VanGordon recorded 14 points and Devin Hawkins contributed 13 points.

Addison (9-2) will travel to Alfred-Almond on Friday at 6:15 p.m. in its next game.

Prattsburgh 78, Bradford 46

PRATTSBURGH - Prattsburgh used a strong second half to top Bradford 78-46 on Wednesday at home.

The Vikings outscored the Braves 45-25 in the second half.

"We let them hang around after the first half, but the kids played a good second half," Prattsburgh head coach Brian Putnam said.

Mason Putnam had 34 points to lead the Vikings, Garrett Socola added 21 points and Chris Johnson chipped in 14 points.

Steve Spina posted 10 points for Bradford and Nate Barber contributed nine points.

Prattsburgh (12-1) will travel to Arkport/Caneseraga on Friday in its next contest withy a 6:30 p.m. start.

IAC boys basketball

Elmira Notre Dame 66, Waverly 63

ELMIRA NOTRE DAME - Gary Raupers had 35 points, 10 rebounds, eight steals and five assists to lead the Crusaders over Waverly on Tuesday.

It was a tightly contested game until END built a 10 point lead in the fourth quarter at 50-40.

The Wolverines cut the lead down to only three points, but the Crusaders were able to hang on for the victory.

"We only eight turnovers on the night," Elmira Notre Dame head coach Bill Hopkins said. "We were able to force some turnovers and get the ball back."

Cole Clark had 13 points for the Crusaders and Kyreese Fisher added 10 points.

Scott Woodring led the Wolverines with 17 points and 13 rebounds.

Elmira (8-5) will host Watkins Glen on Friday at 7:30 p.m.