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Academic All-Stars Competition Continues With Some “Nail Biting” Matches!


Hornell and Alfred-Almond continue winning streak!

Pictured is Moderator, Dr. Patricia Soper-Oakes flipping the coin to start the Prattsburgh-Canaseraga match on Monday night.

STEUBEN COUNTY- Do you know which figure from world history died on March 15, 44 BC?  That seemed to be an easy one for several Academic All-Stars teams, as they took part in some exciting, and many very close, matches on Monday night.

Starting with the Large School Division, Hornell continued their winning streak with a 36 – 30 victory over Bath Haverling.  Corning Gold edged out Corning Black by a slim margin, 31 – 30.

Addison beat Campbell-Savona 32 – 15, while Naples topped Canisteo-Greenwood 33 – 31 in the Medium-Large School Division.

In Medium-Small Division competition, Alfred-Almond remained undefeated with a nail-biting 41 – 40 victory over Arkport.  J-T managed to top Hammondsport 37 – 25.

Finally, in the Small School play, Avoca bested Bradford, 55 – 20.  In another close match Canaseraga squeezed by Prattsburgh 24 – 20.

If you answered Julius Caesar to the question above, then you can pat yourself on the back!  Join us next week for more competition at 6:15 in Corning-Painted Post, Addison, Arkport, and Avoca.

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