Abbey Wheeler completed the 5-kilometer course in 18 minutes, 27 seconds to lead host Elmira past Corning 20-30 in Southern Tier Athletic Conference West girls cross country.
Corning’s Jessica Lawson was second in 18:35.
Waverly 31, Watkins Glen 36, Edison inc: At Watkins Glen State Park, Waverly’s Kelsey Frank finished the 2.9-mile course in 20 minutes flat, four seconds ahead of Watkins Glen’s Maggie Bond.
Edison’s top finisher in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference meet was Kaitlyn Houthtling, sixth in 21:43.
Boys cross country
Corning 19, Elmira 41: At Elmira, John McCarthy of Corning edged out teammates San Chauvin and Tom Mosher.
McCarthy clocked 16:58 over 5K, Chauvin 16:58.4 and Mosher 16:58.6. Ben Cardamone III of Elmira was fourth in 17:07.
Watkins Glen 25, Waverly 43, Edison 62: Matt Gill of Watkins Glen topped the field in 15:54 over 2.9 miles.
Collin Traub of Waverly was second in 16:56.
Elmira 5, Ithaca 2: At Ithaca, Elmira stayed unbeaten as Sierra Barr came up with three goals and an assist. Barr has 22 goals this season.
Tianna Hatch-Dailey had the other two goals for the Express (11-0), which outshot Ithaca 15-7.
Elmira goalie Taylor White made three saves.
Horseheads 8, Binghamton 0: At Horseheads, Crystal Powers scored three goals in the STAC match for the Blue Raiders.
Samantha Villa produced two goals for Horseheads (5-3-2), with a goal apiece coming from Katie Masler, Jen LaViola and Jessica Hoffman. Hoffman also had two assists, while Mia Strollo finished with three and Emily Smith with two.
Caitlin Rehner made two saves for the Blue Raiders, who outshot Binghamton 32-4.
Elmira Notre Dame 8, Watkins Glen 0: At Southport, Brandon Majahan collected three goals and two assists in Notre Dame’s IAC victory.
Li Molingou added two goals, with one each coming from Connor Bayne, Alec Cutler and Mike Woglon.
Will Pochal made one save for Notre Dame (8-2), and Tony Keough turned away 12 shots for Watkins Glen.
Edison 3, Candor 0: At Elmira Heights, Edison stayed unbeaten in IAC play with 25-7, 25-15, 25-13 sweep of Candor.
Molleigh Malanoski served up 10 aces for the Spartans (10-1, 3-0 IAC), totaling 14 points to go with six kills. Michelle Woychak was 15-of-16 serving with 12 points and eight digs.
Also for Edison, Becky Linderberry had six kills, Kirstin Rozell four aces and Autumn Kennedy nine setter assists.
Waverly 3, Odessa-Montour 0: At Waverly, Jordan Raupers finished with 10 aces, 16 points and 13 setter assists in the Wolverines 25-9, 25-5, 25-18 IAC sweep.
Bailey Tryon added 18 points for Waverly (8-2), with Erin Fagan good for nine kills.
For Odessa-Montour, Alyssa Court had four points, two aces and two kills.
Tioga 3, Watkins Glen 0: At Watkins Glen, Tioga prevailed 25-10, 25-15, 25-16 in IAC play.
Mikayla Elliott had two aces, four assists and two digs for Watkins Glen.
Corning 222, Horseheads 222: At Willowcreek Golf Course in Big Flats, Chris Trifosa’s 49 made the difference for Corning as the sixth scorer broke the STAC tie.
Ryan Piersimoni of Horseheads (10-4) was medalist with a 1-over 37, while Corning (5-5) was paced by Alex Hepburn’s 38.
Union-Endicott 215, Elmira 261: At En-Joie Golf Course in Endicott, U-E’s Hogan Bendert was medalist at 39.
Caleb Hyjek led Elmira with a 48.
Watkins Glen 104, Odessa-Montour 63: At Watkins Glen, Sam Gill and Emma Allington won two individual events each for the Senecas.
Gill took the 200 individual medley relay and the 100 butterfly; Allington the 50 and 100 freestyles.
For Odessa-Montour, Jordan Little was first in the 200 and 500 freestyles.