NORTH HORNELL — A pair of Republican incumbents were defeated and a Democratic challenger and a write-in candidate were elected in a North Hornell Board of Trustees election Tuesday.

According to North Hornell election results reported late Tuesday night, Democrat Josh Greenthal racked up 115 votes to take one seat on the village board, while Joseph Flint won the other position with 78 write-in votes.

Veteran incumbent Trustee Peter DiRaimondo had 63 votes while Elise McCollumn, who is finishing up her first term, finished with 50 votes.

The trustee terms are for two years. Greenthal and Flint will be sworn into office next month.

Election results were also reported by Alfred, Arkport, Almond and Canaseraga.

Alfred

Mayor Becky Prophet, running on both the Democratic and Republican lines, was reelected with 45 votes. There were no other mayoral candidates on the ballot. Dawn Bennett received 2 write-in votes for mayor.

There were two seats won on the village board. Trustee James Ninos, a Democrat, and Trustee James McClain, who is unaffiliated, both were cross-endorsed for the two available seats. and both were reelected. Ninos finished with 48 votes and McClain had 45.

Almond

William Lockwood and Dennis George were reelected to the Almond Board of Trustees with 15 votes apiece. Two write-in votes were also reported.

Arkport

Incumbent Republican trustees Mike Brewer and Ezra Geist were reelected to two-year terms on the village board, with both finishing with 23 votes. There were no other candidates on the ballot and there were no write-in votes.

Canisteo

Results not received by deadline.

Republican Mayor Monica Recktenwald was running unopposed Tuesday for reelection to a two-year term. Republicans Paul Cone and Jack Beers, both incumbents, were the two names on the ballot for two seats to be elected to the village board. The board seats carry two-year terms.

Canaseraga

Mayor Peggy Sleight, running on both the Democratic and Republican lines, won reelection Tuesday with 57 votes. There were 30 write-in votes for Doug Ames, and one write-in vote apiece for Marcia Bird and Christa Fortin.

In the election to a pair of trustee seats, the winners were Stephen H. Baker with 76 votes and Denise Spike with 75. There were seven write-in votes casts and they were shared among four candidates.

All the terms in Canaseraga are for two years.