Wayland-Cohocton laid claim to the Livingston County Division One title outright after defeating visiting Hornell on Feb. 15 by a final of 55-38. The Eagles managed to stay one step ahead of Hornell throughout the night.

Wayland-Cohocton laid claim to the Livingston County Division One title outright after defeating visiting Hornell on Feb. 15 by a final of 55-38. The Eagles managed to stay one step ahead of Hornell throughout the night.


The Golden Eagles took a 12-8 lead after the first quarter and outscored the Red Raiders in each remaining period to extend the lead for the victory.


Way-Co led by five at the half, then made it double-digits at the end of the third.


“Yes its nice to win the title outright,” Way-Co Coach John Crossett said, “but Hornell is a scary team because they possess a lot of quickness, and they’ve improved a great deal as the season went on. They also have a lot of weapons to go to.”


Wayland-Cohocton appears to have nailed down the No. 2 seed in the BB classification for the upcoming sectional tournament. In the regular season’s finale


Wayland-Cohocton




Scoring Sarah Wolcott 24 points Diane Cork 13, Katelyn Venable 6, Tiana Cheasman 5, Ashley Heiman 4, Erin King 2, Cierra Richardon 2

Rebounds K. Venable 12, S. Wolcott 9 points

Assists Tiana Cheasman 7

Hornell




Scoring Jackie Lieb 14 , Ali Roberts 10, Jocelyn Acor 8,  Colleen Smith 4, Jaleesa Knighton 2