Elmira tops Ithaca in baseball, softball

Elmira tops Ithaca in baseball, softball

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Elmira tops Ithaca in baseball, softball

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Justin Judson went 2-for-4 and scored three times on Monday to lead the Elmira baseball team to a 9-3 victory against Ithaca in Southern Tier Athletic Conference action.

Calvin Blish drove in three runs for the Express, which scored seven runs in the third inning to break the game open.

Roman Wild got the victory for Elmira, yielding two hits through five innings while striking out two.

STAC softball

Elmira 18, Ithaca 3: The Express scored 14 runs in the fifth and sixth innings combined to pull away from the Little Red.

Elmira scored eight runs in the fifth and six in the sixth to take charge. Abbie Topping had four RBIs while McKenna Baker went 2-for-2 and scored twice for the winners.

Chantel Hammond went 2-for-3 for the Little Red, while Katie Stone took the loss in the circle.

IAC baseball

Edison 7, Newfield 2: A four-run sixth inning propelled the Spartans past the Trojans in the IAC regular-season finale for both teams.

Quinton Kettel went 2-for-4 with a stolen base and a run for the winners, who scored all their runs in the sixth without a hit. Brandon Michaud went the distance on the mound, scattering seven hits.

Zach Mosher, Shiane Milton and Xavior Baker had two hits each for Newfield, who got a complete-game effort from losing pitcher Mickey Beach.

IAC golf

Dryden 208, Moravia 305: Ryan Whittaker shot a 2-under-par 33 on Monday to lead the visiting Purple Lions past the Blue Devils at Fillmore Glen Golf Course.

Riley Brewer added a 42 for the winners; Cody Spalding was low for Moravia with a 52.

Lansing 229, Southern Cayuga 261: Nick Whitaker, Clint Herzog and Jack Stevens all fired 7-over-par 43 to lead the Bobcats at Cornell’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Course.

Mike Killian was low man for Southern Cayuga with a 48.

Upcoming tournaments include the Section 4 Individual Medalist tournament this Thursday and Saturday at Cornell; the Section 4 class tournaments on May 20 (classes B and C) and May 23 (Class D); and the IAC championship tournament on May 22 at Soaring Eagles G.C. in Horseheads. The state tournament is slated for June 2-3 at Cornell.

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