The Lansing girls’ basketball team remained perfect on the season Tuesday night with a decisive 55-22 victory against rival Trumanaburg in Interscholastic Athletic Conference North Division play.
Twins Shea (21 points) and Maura McCartney (13 points) led the Bobcats, who improved to 6-0 in the IAC, 6-1 overall and rebounded from Monday night’s 44-42 loss to Johnson City. Audrey Eastman added 12 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, on Tuesday for Lansing.
Trumansburg (3-3), which trailed 33-12 at halftime, got seven points from Anna Shelley.
Whitney Point 44, Dryden 34: The Eagles (3-2) were led by Amanda Collins with 12 points. Dryden’s Kate Holland equaled Collins’ total, while Vanessa Scott added 10 points for Dryden (1-5).
Moravia 35, Groton 29: The Blue Devils took a 10-point lead after one quarter, then held off the Indians down the stretch. Emily Nemec scored eight points to pace Moravia (3-3), while Steffanie Preston led all scorers with nine points for Groton (4-2).
Notre Dame 59, Newfield 38: The Crusaders (5-1) started and finished strongly to hand the Trojans their first loss of the season in Elmira. Kiersten Sinn (8-for-8 foul shooting) and Rebecca Wood led the Trojans (5-1) with 10 points apiece.
Waverly 68, Edison 46: The Wolverines (6-0) got off to quick start in Elmira Heights, taking a 23-7 lead in the first quarter. Sabrina Bowman nailed six of Waverly’s nine 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 23 points for the winners.
Watkins Glen 47, O-M 28: The host Senecas (3-2) took a 15-point lead after the first quarter and cruised to victory against the winless Indians. Amanda Pike (17 points) and Kayli Westervelt (11) led the winners; Morgan Stermer and Brittany VanAmburg had six points each for O-M (0-6).
Tioga 62, S-VE 30: The Tigers (4-2) rolled to victory behind 20 points from Callie Patsellis and 10 apiece from Emily Schweiger and Sarah Whitney. Spencer-Van Etten, which trailed 29-9 at halftime, was led by Chrissy Blaasch, who scored seven points, and Taylor Rider, who had six.
Horseheads 74, Ithaca 46: The host Blue Raiders outscored Ithaca, 23-5, in the second quarter to build a 26-point halftime cushion. Eric Lovett had 11 points to lead Ithaca (1-3).
Lansing 63, Trumansburg 31: The unbeaten Bobcats (6-0) used big first and third quarter to put away the rival Blue Raiders in IAC boys’ play.
Nate McIntosh scored a game-high 20 points for the Bobcats. Jack Stevens added 13 points for the winners.
Host Trumansburg (0-6) got nine points from Alex Shippy and six from Polish exchange student Sebastian Andrzejkovic.
Moravia 69, Groton 53: The Blue Devils remained perfect on the season as 6-foot-7 center Chandler Benson and Jared Lyon scored 16 points apiece. Dylan Powers added 11 for Moravia (6-0) while Groton (3-4) was led by Tajz McKnight’s game-high 19 points.
Notre Dame 66, Newfield 58: Darius Garvin scored 24 points to lead the Crusaders (4-0) past the host Trojans (2-4). Tom Agan added 16 points for the winners. Newfield got 13 points from Chris Byrd and 12 from Alex Fuller.
Waverly 61, Edison 32: The Wolverines (3-3) held Edison to single-digit scoring in all four quarters and cruised to victory, with Zach Cooney and Dylan Perry scoring 10 points apiece to pace a balanced attack. Edison was led by Brandon Michaud’s eight points.
Candor 60, Newark Valley 44: Wyatt Whitmore had 18 points, including five 3-pointers, to pace the Indians (3-3). Kevin Jensen and James Thompkins added 14 points apiece. For the Cardinals (1-4), Ryan Coleman led the way with 12 points while Josh Felicetti added 10.
Watkins Glen 73, O-M 29: The Senecas (4-1) more than doubled their halftime lead with a 21-4 third quarter and rolled past the Indians (5-1). Josh Teeter led visiting WG with a game-high 20 points, while Kody Gregory chipped in 15. Morgan Shutter had eight points to lead O-M.
S-VE 52, Tioga 29: The Panthers (5-1) held Tioga (0-6) to five first-half points. Derek Carman and Elijah Wheeler had 13 points apiece for S-VE, while John Dougherty had seven for the Tigers.
Horseheads 44, Ithaca 35: Collyn Shippos (113 pounds), Jasper White (132), Julian Korfine (145), Ian Van Valen (152) and Armus Guyton (195) scored victories on the mat for the Little Red.