The one wild card in the tournament is No. 2 seed Marathon. At 9-5, the Olympians benefit from a scheduled that is weighted by games that are up in class. Of all the upsets that are possible, South Kortright or Schenevus beating the higher seeded Marathon seems most possible.
“It feels like the Class D girls are loaded this year,” Milford coach Chris Saggese said. “A lot of teams have a shot to win the title.”
The Section Four Class D girls semifinals are on Oct. 31 while the final is Nov. 3.