Union-Endicott overcame an 8-1 fourth-inning deficit and scored six times in the seventh to pull out a 9-8 win over Horseheads on Thursday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference softball game.
Rachel Mouillessaux went 2-for-4 with two doubles and two runs scored for the Tigers. Catherine Cites went 2-for-3 with at triple and a run scored for the hosts, which scored five runs in the fourth.
Chenango Forks 4, Chenango Valley 3: Bree Stinson went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer, as the Warriors nearly came back from a 4-0 deficit.
Chenango Valley had two runners on in the bottom of the seventh inning, but Kylee Warner got a fly out to end the threat.
8, Susquehanna Valley 1: Eighth-grader Paige Rauch hit a solo home run in the sixth inning for her fifth of the season to lead Windsor past Susquehanna Valley.
Emma Benson went 3-for-4 with three runs scored, and an RBI and Morgan Starley struck out 13 for the Black Knights.
16, Whitney Point 4: Ruthanne Forehand tripled, scored three runs and drove in a pair for Groton in an Interscholastic Athletic Conference win. Steffanie Preston went 3-for-5 with three RBIs for the Indians.
Afton 7, Deposit 0: Bailey Sherman hit a three-run homer in the first inning and Cassidy Phillips struck out eight to improve to 11-1 as Afton won a Midstate Athletic Conference game.
Hancock 12, Greene 11: Broke Sherburn was 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs for as Hancock defeated Greene. Kiley Schaff was 2-for-4 with a triple and three RBIs for Greene.
Valley 6, Windsor 3: Dave Matthews went 3-for-4 with a double and three runs scored, and struck out six to get the win for Susquehanna Valley.
Lain Zembeck went 3-for-4 with a triple and four RBIs for the Sabers. Mike Niggli went 2-for-3 with a run scored and a stolen base for Windsor.
Union-Endicott 4, Horseheads 2: Drew Hogan went 3-for-3 with two doubles and two runs scored, and Joe Orlando struck out nine to pick up the win for Union-Endicott. Dylan Manwarring struck out 12 for Horsheads.
10, Binghamton 1: Justin Judson was 4-for-4, with three runs scored and two RBIs as Elmira topped Binghamton. Kevin Snyder went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and Calvin Blish struck out nine for the Express.
Dryden 17, Moravia 8: Brian Colbert had a three-run home run in the second and drove in seven runs for Dryden in an IAC win. Alan Davis followed Colbert in the second with a solo homer. He finished 2-for-3 with two runs scored and two RBIs.
Sam Allen had a three-run homer in the first for Moravia.
Vestal 9, Binghamton 6: Kenny King scored the go-ahead goal with 5:07 and Vestal held on to top Binghamton in Section 4 Conference action.
Vestal led 5-2 at the half, but Binghamton fought back and tied the game, with Jimmy Zervos netting the equalizer with 4:43 left in the third. Jake Nelson put Vestal up 6-5 with 10 minutes left in the fourth.
Owego 11, Chenango Valley 8: Taylor Harris scored three of his four goals in the first quarter, including Owego’s first goal only 33 seconds into the game.
Alex Auchinachie led Chenango Valley with five goals, scoring four consecutive times for the Warriors in the second and third quarters.
Chenango Forks 10, Whitney Point 9: Mike Doll scored the game-winning goal with 7:34 left to push Chenango Forks past Whitney Point.
The Golden Eagles were up 8-4 at halftime, thanks to three goals from Corey Hodges, but the Blue Devils scored three times in the first three minutes of the third quarter to close the gap.
Dryden 13, Seton Catholic Central 4: Jordan Zehr had two goals and two assists in a four-goal, second-quarter run that broke open a 2-2 tie and helped push host Dryden past Seton Catholic Central.
Nate Walker had eight saves and held the Saints to single goals in each quarter.
Corning 17, Union-Endicott 8: Corning scored seven times in the final four minutes of the third quarter to break open an 8-3 game. Eli McCraig scored two of his three goals, and also had two assists, during the run.
Elmira Notre Dame 13, Oneonta 12:
Brandon Mahajn had six goals and two assists, including the game-winner with 2:16 left as Elmira Notre Dame edged Oneonta.
Jake Rice had 16 saves for the Crusaders and stopped a potential tying goal from Oneonta with three seconds left.
Johnson City 12, Elmira 8: Emily Russin and Meghan Sullivan had four goals and an assist each to lead host Johnson City past Elmira.
Gabrielle Moran added three goals and an assist. Moran and Russin each tallied twice in the first half, which the Wildcats taking a 5-1 lead, despite allowing 17 shots.
Becky Conklin made 21 saves for Johnson City.
Vestal 22, Binghamton 4: Tomaskina Leska had five goals and four assists as Vestal went up 6-0 and never looked back. Leska had three goals and three assists in the Golden Bears’ first eight tallies.
Seton Catholic Central 6, Susquehanna Valley 1: Seton CC clinched its fifth straight STAC Divisional Title. The Saints advance to the STAC semifinals on Tuesday.
Johnson City 5, Owego 2: Johnson City swept the doubles matches in straight sets and also got straight-set victories from third and fourth singles Noah Andresick and Peter Bristow.
Maine-Endwell 4, Vestal 2: Singles Michael and Stephen Pham, along with two doubles teams, won in straight sets for the Spartans.