WELLSVILLE - Addison scored three second half goals on its way to a 3-1 win over Wellsville on Saturday.

Erin Billings started the scoring for Wellsville with 14 minutes to go in the first half on an assist.

Tayah Jackson scored the equalizing goal in the second half on a cross from Cassidy Fenner.

Jackson returned the favor on a cross from Mikayla Bills to give the the Knights a 2-1 lead.

Krista Windnagle scored on a throughball from Alyssa Lynde for Addison’s third goal.

The Knights outshot the Tigers 35-6 in the contest.

“My backfield defensively was great,” Addison coach Kay Peters said. “Kailee McClean, Rachael Miller, Kihara Gotshall and Carleigh Webster have really put it together and it has been fun to watch.”

Claire Gardner had 18 saves for Wellsville and Megan Buckley recorded five saves including a diving save that saved a goal.

Addison (4-2-1) will travel to Avoca on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.

Bradford 2, Prattsburgh 1

PRATTSBURGH -- Bradford defeated Prattsburgh 2-1 Saturday.

Brittany Rinker and Nicole Moffe each scored a goal for Bradford.

Marisha Johnson scored Pittsburgh's lone goal, with Hanna Wijkamp providing the assist.

Goalie Krista Sleve had 19 saves for Bradford. Hailey Joseph had two saves for Prattsburgh.

Prattsburgh will play Jasper-Troupsburg at home at 4:30 p.m. Monday.

non league girls soccer

JT 3, Genesee Valley 1

JASPER-TROUPSBURG - Jasper-Troupsburg topped Gensee Valley 3-1 on Saturday.

Cara Landries put Genesee Valley on the board first with a goal in the first half.

Trailing 1-0 at half, Jasper-Troupsburg came out firing in the second half, scoring three goals.

Caitlin Miles had two goals, one assisted by Sydney Prutsman and Taryn Hayes netted the third goal on an assist from Morgan Schneck.

“We play our best when we’re the underdog,” Bradford head coach Lorin VanSkiver said. “We wanted to roll in to our homecoming win.”

Jasper-Troupsburg improves to 7-1 with the win and will travel to Prattsburgh on Monday at 4:30 p.m.

Football

Bath 44, Letworth/Warsaw 12

BATH - Bath opened up its new and improved turf field in grand style on Friday, defeated Letchworth/Warsaw 44-12.

"the night was electric provided by a brand new turf field, and video scoreboard that recently installed in the last building project headed up by the Board of Education, and superintendent Joe Rumsey,” head coach Wayne Carroll said.

The Rams wasted no time, scoring on its first drive after a Letchworth/Warsaw punt as Tyler Finch ran it in from three yards out to give Bath a 6-0 lead.

In the second quarter, Stefan Ordway posted a two-yard touchdown run to give the rams a 14-0 advantage.

The Rams added two more scores, Connor DiDomineck 5-yard and 28-yard touchdown run for a 30-0 lead at halftime.

DiDomineck finished with 17 carries for 173 yards and two scores, while Finch had 15 carries for 146 yards and two scores.

"Connor DiDomineck and Tyler Finch ran hard in between the tackles for tough yards,” Carroll said.

Stefan Ordway chipped in 10 carries for 71 yards and a touchdown and Connor Cupp had six carries for 58 yards and a score while also recording six tackles on defense.

With the win, Bath improves to 3-0.

"it was an extra special night being that it was the annual veterans night at the Bath Stadium,” said Carroll. “While the field was being finished up the varsity team practiced on the Bath VA grounds.

“It was awesome to have the vets with us tonight, at half the players got to go up in the stands and greet the vets, and thank them for their service. we are always preaching sacrifice for one another on this football team, and those veterans are the epitome of sacrifice.”

SCAA boys soccer

Addison 2, Bradford 1

BRADFORD - Addison edged Bradford 2-1 on Friday night.

Nick Sutryk got the scoring started for Addison with a goal 1:30 in to the contest.

Nick Salinas netted the second goal at the 48 minute mark for the Knights on an assist from Sutryk.

Nick Bailey scored the lone goal for the Braves on a penalty kick in the 55th minute.

Addison outshot Bradford 9-5 in the contest.

Jacob Scott had three saves for Bradford and Donovan Youmans stopped one shot for the Knights.

Addison will host Alfred Almond on Monday at 7 p.m.

Prattsburgh 3, Hammondsport 1

PRATTSBURGH - Garrett Socola netted a brace and had an assist in Prattsburgh's 3-1 victory over Hammondsport on Saturday.

Clay Underhill had the other goal for the Vikings.

Dylan McGinn recorded the lone goal for Hammondsport.

Prattsburgh has won five games in a row to improve to 6-1 and will host Avoca next Wednesday. 4:30 p.m. start.

Cross country

Wayne Invitational

WAYNE - Local teams performed well at the Wayne Invitational on Saturday.

On the boys side, Corning finished third in division I with Nathan Lawson running to a 10th place finish (16:35).

Bryce Derick took 14th (16:43), Dan Gahagan ran to a 26th place finish (17:09) and John Cleary placed 36th (17:21).

Horseheads’ Devin Woodworth placed 23rd in 17:03.

In division III boys action, Watkins Glen took first and Addison placed third.

Aaron Planty took fourth for the Senecas (16:58), Gabe Planty placed seventh (17:07), Sean Holand took 25th (18:00) and Max Ecans ran to a 27th place finish (18:09).

For Addison, Evan McIlwain placed 12th (17:24), Will Beckhorn took 21st (17:37) and Ryan English finished 23rd (17:46).

On the girls side, Corning placed sixth in division I.

Claire Mason finished 22nd (20:20), Kate Mertus ran to a 30th place finish (20:45) and Alivia Collins took 45th (21:11).

For division III, Addison took third place.

Veronica Dailey took 12th for the Knights in 21:01.54, Laurel Perrine finished 26th (22:18.37) and Katherine Thompson finished 29th (22:22).

MacDaniel Backster Invitational

CHENANGO VALLEY - Bath performed well at the McDaniel Bakster Invitational on Saturday.

Ethan Harold finished ninth for the Rams in 15:15.

Nat Yehl finished 64th (16:41), Toby Cash-Rawleigh took 76th (17:30), Nolan Harold posted an 86th place finish (17:48) and David Delio took 104th (18:41).

The Rams finished 14th overall with 324 points.

“It was a good first inviational,” Bath head coach Todd Ludden said. “I’m looking forward to see how Ethan Harold progresses throught his senior season.”