Jordan Beers scored 28 points and Marisa Cawley contributed 14 as visiting Franklin defeated Schenevus, 64-53, in a Tri-Valley League girls basketball game Wednesday.
Haley Downin finished with 10 points for the Purple Devils, who forced Schenevus into 30 turnovers. Mariah McNeilly chipped in with eight points for the winners.
Sarah Mellor had 22 points, and Sierra Bentley and Taylor Spranger contributed 13 and 10 points, respectively, for Schenevus (0-1), which will travel to Edmeston on Friday.
Morris 39, CV-S 25
Kelsea Webster scored all but two of her game-high 13 points in the first half in leading Morris to a 26-11 halftime lead and the visiting Mustangs went on to a Tri-Valley League victory.
“They move the ball quickly and they’re quick on defense,” Cherry Valley-Springfield coach Tim Dubben said of Morris. “We couldn’t get into a flow tonight. The girls acted flustered, but it’s early in the season and we’ll keep plugging along.”
Amanda Flint hit three threes in a nine-point night for Morris.
Jordan Loucks and Kylie Graham had six points apiece to lead the Patriots (2-3, 0-1), who’ll travel to Laurens on Friday.
Cooperstown 56, Mount Markham 28
The visiting Redskins bolted to a 24-3 lead after one quarter and cruised to a Center State Conference victory.
Elizabeth Millea scored a game-high 17 points _ two more than teammate Sumer Murdock _ for Cooperstown. Murdock also had six steals and Nicole Cring finished with 12 rebounds for the Redskins (4-0, 1-0), who’ll host Morrisville-Eaton on Friday.
Greene 37, Sidney 33
Visiting Sidney took a 29-26 lead with 2:44 left on a three-pointer by Kelsey Decker, but host Greene rallied to win in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Decker finished with a team-high 15 points and teammate Brianna McClennon contributed 10.
The Trojans’ Kaitlyn Gorton hit a three-pointer to tie the score at 29 and then set up Katie Carey for a layup that gave Greene the lead for keeps.
Rebecca Smith had 15 teams and Gorton finished with 10 for Greene, which overcame a 10-for-30 performance at the free throw line.
“Believe it or not, we do practice free throws,” Greene coach Dave Gorton said.
Greene (3-1, 1-0) will play Deposit next Tuesday.
Sidney will play in the Norwich Pennysaver Tournanment on Friday.
G-MU 21, Richfield Springs 15
Nikki Savarese scored a game-high eight points to lead visiting Gilbertsville-Mount Upton to a Tri-Valley League victory.
Whitney Gilbert and Lauren Hill each contributed four points apiece for the Raiders.
Kaity Richvalsky and Vanessa Miller had four points apiece Richfield Springs (1-2, 0-1), which visits Franklin on Friday.
Little Falls 48,
Mikey Boyle (126 pounds), Jacob Miller (152), Jeremiah Parr (182), Kevin Segit (220) and J.P. Gertz (285) had pins for Cooperstown, which lost a Center State Conference meet at home.
at 20th Century Lanes
Marinna Mazzarella rolled a 257 game as part of a 622 series to lead Sidney’s girls to a 4-0 Midstate Athletic Conference win over Afton.
Mazzarella started her 257 game with two strikes. She spared in the next three frames before closing with seven consecutive strikes.
Sidney’s boys also won, 4-0. They received a 540 series from Tyler Boice that included games of 203 and 207.
Sidney will oppose Deposit on Friday.
at Sunset Lanes
Emily Loucks rolled games of 192 and 204 in a 551 series to lead Oneonta High’s girls to a 4-1 Southern Tier Athletic Conference victory over Susquehanna Valley.
The Yellowjackets’ Chris Hamilton rolled 530 series, but OHS lost, 5-0.
Oneonta will host Norwich on Monday.