WAVERLY - Watkins Glen and Waverly split on Tuesday in an IAC bowling matchup with the Seneca boys taking home a 3-1 win and the Waverly girls winning 4-0.
In the boys game, Wrett Brower led Watkins Glen with a 583 series including a 216 game. Steven Bradley added a 212 game and H. Nathaniel Rose rolled a 209 and 201 game.
Nick Briggs posted a 560 series for the Wolverines including games of 210 and 209 and Logan Bowman chipped in a 216 game.
On the girls side, Cassy Bowman had a 557 series for Waverly (199, 187, 171) and Chenelle Huddleston added a 176 game.
Hayley Cornish had a 459 series for Watkins Glen and Nikole VanDyke and Nancy Johnson recorded a 199 and 181 game, respectively.
Canisteo-Greenwood 51, Alfred-Almond 43
CANISTEO-GREENWOOD - Canisteo-Greenwood edged Alfred-Alomond on Tuesday in a SCAA swimming matchup 51-43.
Aidan Steffey was a double individual winner for the Redskins in the 100 butterfly (1:02.61) and the 100 breaststroke (1:16.00).
Steffey was also part of C-G’s winning relay in the 200 yard medley that also included Westin Perry, Zach Greenfield and Daymon Walters (2:01.27) as well as the 200 free relay team along with Noah Loper, Danielle Dennis and Corinna Morlan (1:57.12).
Perry was the other individual winner for the Redskins in the 100 yard freestyle (54.24).
Gavin Dwyer, Amelia Enkie, Jamie Kline and Ben Beutsch all recorded individual wins for the Eagles.
C-G improves to 4-5 with the win and will travel to Genesee Valley Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in its next match.
non-league boys basketball
Bath 46, Campbell-Savona 33
BATH - Bath used a strong first quarter to top Campbell-Savona 46-33 on Tuesday at Haverling High School in a non-league matchup.
The Rams jumped out to an 18-2 lead in the first eight minutes.
"We came out well and really played good basketball in the first and also the third quarter," Bath head coach William Baker said.
The Rams were outscored in the second 11-4, but responded with a 15-4 third quarter that they did not relinquish.
Stefan Ordway had 13 points for the Rams, Alex Sestak posted 11 points, Blake Hess added 10 points and Ethan Buckley had eight points.
Caleb Zimmer led the Panthers with 10 points.
Bath (4-7) will host Livonia on Friday at 7:15 p.m.
SCAA girls basketball
Addison 57, Jasper-Troupsburg 39
JASPER- Addison traveled to Jasper-Troupsburg and came away with a 57-39 win on Tuesday.
The Knights used a strong first 16 minutes when they outscored the Wildcats 28-16 to pull away.
"Just a good bounce back game for us, we came out and everyone contributed," Addison head coach Joe Oliviero said. "When we play like we did tonight, we’re a very good team.
Kailee McLean had 13 points and three steals, Hannah Roy chipped in 11 points and 13 rebounds and Megan Bulkley recorded 10 rebounds and dished out four assists.
Taryn Hayes had 10 points for the Wildcats and Sydney Prutsman added nine points.
The Knights (8-3) will travel to Alfred-Almond on Friday at 7:15 p.m. in their next game.