Cooperstown-Milford wrestling falls to Canajoharie-Fort Plain

Cheryl CloughCooperstown’s Lucian Lytel tries to stay on top of Canajoharie-Fort Plain’s Seth Richardson in a 145 lb match. Richardson got the pin and the Hawkeyes fell to C-FP at home.

Canajoharie-Fort Plain wrestlers went on a 30-5 run to start the match and never looked back, defeating Cooperstown-Milford on Thursday, Dec. 13.

Canajoharie-Fort Plain started the meet with a victory by forfeit at 138 pounds. Canajoharie-Fort Plain’s Seth Richardson pinned Cooperstown-Milford’s Lucian Lytel in 4:51 at 145 pounds.

Cooperstown-Milford’s Alex Hascup improved to 11-5 overall, beating Reed Douglas by a 17-0 tech fall at 160 pounds. Logan Kantor improved to 9-2, beating Lucas Sunderland at 132 pounds by a 12-3 major decision.

Canajoharie-Fort Plain 60, Cooperstown-Milford 21

at Cooperstown, start at 138 pounds.

138: Derek Countryman (CFP) Forfeit, 145: Seth Richardson (CFP) pinned Lucian Lytel 4:51, 152: Orion Burke (CFP) Forfeit, 160: Alex Hascup (CSH) tech. fall Reed Douglas 17-0 170: Evan Smida (CFP) forfeit, 182: Hayden Casler (CFP) forfeit, 195: NO MATCH, 220: Luke Adams (CFP) forfeit, 285: Matt Lambert (CFP) forfeit, 99: TJ O`Connor (CSH) forfeit, 106: Cody Haig (CFP) pinned Matt LoRusso 1:06, 113: Avery Leonard (CSH) forfeit, 120: Adam Oertel (CFP) pinned Lucas LoRusso 2:52, 126: Jared Bentz (CFP) pinned Cooper Guzy 0:56, 132: Logan Kantor (CSH) maj. dec. Lucas Sunderland 12-3.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Cooperstown 81, Sauquoit Valley 53

12/17

Jack Lambert continued his torrid beginning of the season with 28 points and Cooperstown scored 32 second-quarter points in an 81-53 CSC Division III win over Sauquoit Valley.

Defensive pressure over the final minutes of the second quarter allowed Cooperstown to explode for a 51-26 lead at halftime.

“The press was very effective for us tonight,” Cooperstown coach John Lambert said. “We were confident in tonight’s game but we still had to put the sneakers on and get after it.”

Cooperstown rested it starters for most of the second half, but that didn’t stop Lambert from scoring 28 points, pulling in eight rebounds and dishing out eight assists. He also recorded three blocks and five steals in just more than a half of play.

“He’s worked real hard. He works 24/7,” coach Lambert said of his son. “He’s taken it to the next level and had a great start to the year, but we are playing as a team and we are playing for each other.”

Noah Lifgren followed with 16 points and tied for the team high with eight rebounds. Ryan Lansing reached double digits with 11 points, John Kennedy scored nine and Jesse Furnari recorded eight rebounds in the win.

Ganni Mandia led Sauquoit Valley with 18 points.

Cooperstown hosts Mount Markham at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 20.

Cooperstown 81, Sauquoit Valley 53

Cooperstown ..... 19 32 20 10 - 81

Sauquoit Valley ..... 7 19 8 19 - 53

Cooperstown: Ryan Lansing 5 0-0 11, Calvin Sandler 0 0-0 0, Spencer Lewis 1 0-0 3, Ryan Burns 0 0-0 0, Kyle Santello 1 0-1 2, Ja-Lah Wimberly 2 0-0 5, Jack Lambert 12 0-0 28, Jesse Furnari 1 0-0 2, Ben Tafuro 1 0-0 2, Kyle Meyer 1 0-0 3, Noah Lifgren 7 2-4 16, John Kennedy 4 1-1 9. TOTALS 35 3-6 81.

Sauquoit Valley: Chris Callahan 1 1-1 3, Jaron English 0 0-0 0, Zach Gifford 1 2-4 4, Ryan Howe 2 0-0 4, Colby Jones 2 0-0 5, Trevor Jones 3 9-10 15, Mike Mukuszac 2 0-0 4, Ganni Mandia 4 9-11 18, Caleb Randel-Spells 0 0-0 0. TOTALS 15 21-26 53.

Three-point field goals: C 8 (Lambert 4, Wimberly, Lewis, Lansing); S 2 (C. Jones, Mandia).

Milford 66, Edmeston 60

12/17

Seniors Cian Hall and Wynn Williams combined for 44 points and a pair of double-doubles to lift Milford over Edmeston.

Milford trailed by four entering the second quarter, but Hall and Williams brought the Wildcats to a four-point lead entering the second half.

Hall had 20 points and 10 rebounds, and scored 16 points in the first half.

“Cian was unbelievable in the first half,” Milford coach Greg Eggleston said. “He’s the reason we were ahead going into halftime.”

Williams also had a standout game, scoring 24 points and grabbing 14 rebounds for a double-double.

Garrett Mertz scored 11 points for the Wildcats. Alex Gutierrez had four points and 11 rebounds, which included four rebounds in the final 90 seconds. Conner Stanford contributed six points.

In the third quarter, Milford adjusted its defense and only allowed just one field goal in the period.

“Their coach played a really great game and we had to make adjustments to keep the lead,” said Eggleston. “When we switched it up in the second half it worked better than I expected.”

Milford switching back to man-to-man allowed Edmeston to come back within six points, but the Wildcats held on for the win.

“Parker Robertson and Josh Martin played really great games, especially in the last quarter. They really made a run at us,” Eggleston said.

Robertson and Martin scored 20 points each to lead Edmeston. Garrett Lum had eight points and Derek Lyon had six.

Milford 66, Edmeston 60

Edmeston ……. 20 13 3 24 - 60

Milford ……. 16 20 15 15 - 66

Edmeston (5-1): Brenden Ashton 0 0-0 0, Luke Ough 1 1-2 4, Tyler Graham 0 0-0 0, Garrett Lum 3 1-1 8, Parker Robinson 8 1-1 20, Josh Martin 6 2-2 20, Shane Smith 0 0-0 0, Derek Lyon 2 2-2 6, Logan Williams 1 0-0 2, Nathan Jennings 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 21 7-8 60.

Milford (4-2, 2-0): Garrett Mertz 3 5-10 11, Cameron Cintron , Cian Hall 8 0-2 20, Andrew White 0 1-2 1, Conner Stanford 1 4-4 6, Steven Pickwick 0 0-0 0, Alex Gutierrez 2 0-3 4, Winn Williams 7 9-12 24, Sean Kenyon 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 21 19-33 66.

Three-point field goals: E 11 (Ough 1, Lum 1, Robinson 3, Martin 6); M 5 (Hall 4, Williams 1).

JV: Milford won

Milford 52, Sharon Springs 38

12/13

Milford’s Wynn Williams led all scorers with 26 points and grabbed 21 rebounds in his team’s win over Sharon Springs.

Williams also blocked four shots in the win.

Cian Hall finished second on the team in scoring with 19 points, including 12 on four 3-pointers, and dished out five assists.

Milford took a 21-4 lead in the first and led 28-7 at halftime.

Seth Keller scored a team-high 12 points for Sharon Springs, and teammate Connor Mickel finished with 10.

Milford 52, Sharon Springs 38

Milford ..... 21 7 13 11 – 52

Sharon Springs ..... 4 3 21 10 - 38

Milford: Garrett Mertz 0 0-0 0, Neil Cotten 0 0-2 0, Nick Bosc 1 0-0 3, Cameron Cintron 0 0-0 0, Cian Hall 7 1-2 19, Andrew White 0 0-0 0, Arturo Garcia 0 0-0 0, Connor Stanford 1 0-0 2, Steven Pickwick 1 0-0 2, Alex Gutierrez 0 0-0 0, Wynn Williams 12 2-7 26, Sean Kenyon 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 22 3-11 52.

Sharon Springs: Seth Keller 4 2-3 12, Connor Mickel 3 2-2 10, Colin Brown 0 0-0 0, Nate MacFadden 2 0-2 6, Jayden Kendle 0 0-3 0, Brent VanArsdal 0 0-0 0, Brandon Palmer 1 5-6 8, Isaac VanArsdal 0 0-0 0, Carson Palmer 1 0-0 2. TOTALS: 11 9-16 38.

Three-point field goals: M (Bosc, Hall 4,); S (Keller 2, Mickel 2, MacFadden 2, B. Palmer).

JV: Sharon Springs 54, Milford 51.

Morris 90, CV-S 53

12/13

Matt Murphy had his third triple-double of the season in Morris’ Tri-Valley League win over Cherry Valley-Springfield.

Murphy, starting at point guard for the Mustangs, tallied 26 points, 13 assists and 10 steals, with eight of his steals turning into assists.

Ben Child and Nate Edwards each had a double-double for Morris. Child had 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Edwards scored 15 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. Brandon Richards had 13 points and six assists. John Oliver hit four 3-pointers and had 14 points.

“We are playing really well right now and we’ve been playing really good teams,” Morris coach Gerard Joy said. “I think we are starting to hit strides.”

Morris had 22 assists and 26 steals.

“We have a lot of senior starters and we are working hard on both sides of floor, converting that into quick baskets,” Joy said. “One thing we push in practice is playing everything at game speed, and you can tell that the guys are following through.”

CV-S’ Austin Yerdon scored 16 points. Luke Dubben had 12 points and Justin Riavez and Noah Young scored eight.

Morris hosts Frankfort at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 28.

Morris 90, CV-S 53

CV-S …… 9 11 26 7 - 53

Morris ……. 26 25 22 17 - 90

CV-S: Austin Yerdon 6 3-3 16, Ryan Burr 1 1-2 3, Justin Riazez 2 2-3 8, Silas Wilson 2 0-0 4, Luke Loveland 0 0-2 0, Luke Dubben 4 0-0 12, B.J. Webster 0 0-0 0 , Larry Kroon 1 0-0 2, Luke Bartlett 0 0-4 0, Ian Johnson 0 0-1 0, Noah Young 4 0-0 8. TOTALS: 20 6-14 53.

Morris (5-1): Matt Murphy 11 3-3 26, Jake Goodspeed 3 0-0 6, Tylor Kopp 1 0-0 3, Brandon Richards 5 3-3 13, John Oliver 5 0-2 14, Scott Strain 0 0-0 0, Ben Child 6 1-1 13, Devon Alger 0 0-0 0, Nate Edwards 7 1-2 15. TOTALS: 38 8-11 90.

Three-point field goals: C 7 (Yerdon 1, Riazez 2, l Dubbin 4); M 6 (Muphy 1, Kopp 1, Oliver 4).

JV: Morris won, 52-43.

Delhi 59, Milford 57

12/11

Connor Aikens’ buzzer-beater lifted Delhi over Milford, 59-57, in a non-league match-up.

With just under a minute to go in the fourth quarter, Tyler Bruce made a 3-pointer for Delhi to tie the game at 57. With 7.6 seconds to go, Milford missed a pair of foul shots. Delhi’s Rich LaLosh rebounded the second and made an outlet pass that resulted in a missed the 3-point shot. Aikens, a senior, rebounded and shot the ball before landing, scoring at the buzzer to clinch the win.

“It’s his [Aikens’] fourth season on varsity and this was the most complete game he’s played yet,” Delhi coach Warren Kelly said. “The fact he put it all together and ended the game with a buzzer-beater made it all the more special.”

The buzzer-beater capped what had been a close game throughout, with Milford owning a 30-26 lead at halftime. The lead grew to 42-37 entering the fourth before Aikens completed a 22-15 Delhi rally in the fourth.

Aikens boasted a varsity-high 29 points, 13 of which he scored in the fourth quarter. He also tallied nine rebounds and six steals.

Bruce finished with 12 points, including two 3-pointers, and Luke Branigan contributed seven points for the Bulldogs.

“I really think in the terms of things we did, I’m really pleased with our mental toughness,” Kelly said. “At first our defense wasn’t as good as it should have been, but when we needed to pick it up we did and the kids played like it wasn’t over until it was, which got us to the very end.”

Cian Hall had a team-high 22 points for Milford, which included four triples. Wynn Williams and Alex Gutierrez scored 12 points a piece, while Conner Stanford recorded eight.

Delhi 59, Milford 57

Milford …… 11 19 12 15 - 57

Delhi ……. 12 14 11 22 - 59

Milford: Garrett Mertz 0 0-0 0, Cameron Cintron 0 0-0 0, Cian Hall 7 4-4 22, Andrew White 0 1-2 1, Conner Stanford 3 0-0 8, Steven Pickwick 0 0-0 0, Alex Gutierrez 5 2-6 12, Wynn Williams 5 2-4 12, Sean Kenton 0 2-2 2. TOTALS: 20 11-18 57.

Delhi (4-3): Tyler Bruce 4 2-2 12, Logan Aikens 0 0-0 0, Michael Griswold 1 1-2 3, Alex Haight 1 1-3 3, Connor Aikens 10 6-9 29, Dan Rolfe 0 0-0 0, Luke Branigan 2 3-6 7, Diego Aguirre 0 0-0 0, Lawren Parde 0 0-0 0, Rich LaLosh 2 1-2 5. TOTALS: 20 14-24 59.

Three-point field goals: M 6 (Hall 4, Stanford 2); D 5 (C. Aikens 3, Bruce 2).

JV: Delhi won.

Worcester 49, Cherry Valley-Springfield 37

12/11

Worcester remained unbeaten with a victory over Cherry Valley-Springfield.

The Wolverines (5-0, 1-0) got out to a 25-16 lead at halftime and extended their advantage by outscoring the Patriots in the third, 19-7.

“I think our pressure and fast break was the difference, especially when we came out after halftime,” Worcester coach James Kenyon said.

CV-S closed the game out on a 13-0 run, but it wasn’t enough to erase the 21-point deficit entering the fourth.

Worcester’s Ryland Evans led the team offensively with 12 points. Evans also had 12 rebounds, two assists, a steal and a block.

Max German was the only other Wolverine to finish in double figures, scoring 10 points.

“A good team effort once again,” Kenyon said of his team. “But give CV-S credit for hanging in there and fighting ‘til the end.”

Cherry Valley-Springfield’s Luke Dubben led all scorers with 18 points, all of which came courtesy of his six 3-pointers.

Worcester 49, Cherry Valley-Springfield 37

Cherry Valley-Springfield ..... 10 6 7 16 - 37

Worcester .....15 10 19 5 -49

Cherry Valley-Springfield: Austin Yerdon 3 1-2 7, Ryan Burr 0 0-0 0 Justin Riavez 0 0-0 0, Silas Wilson 4 2-4 10 , Luke Loveland 0 0-0 0, Luke Dubben 6 0-0 18 , Larry Kroon 0 0-0 0 , Luke Bartlett 2 0-0 4, Ian Johnson 0 0-0 0, Noah Young 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 15 3-6 39.

Worcester: James Odell 4 1-4 9, Josh Wayman 0 0-0 0, Sam German 0 0-0 0, Max German 5 0-0 10, Gage Griffith 1 1-2 3, Trevor Fancher 0 0-2 0, Dawson Rielly 0 0-0 0, Ryland Evans 6 0-4 12, Chase Francis 4 1-1 9, Jacob Schoeberl 0 0-0 0, R.J. Martin 3 0-0 6. TOTALS:23 3-13 49.

Three-point field goals: C 6 (Luke Dubben 6), W 0.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Cherry Valley-Springfield 66, Jefferson 29

12/17

Kendra McGovern had 18 points in Cherry Valley-Springfield’s win over Jefferson.

CV-S scored 30 points in the first half alone, one point more than Jefferson scored all game.

McGovern went 6-for-6 from the line for her game-high 18. Kelsey Girard scored 14 points for the Patriots, Mia Horvath scored nine and Sarah Lewis had eight.

Jefferson’s Alyssa Gadoury led her team with nine points. Seneca Shafer, Olivia Eppich and Cassidy Staroba scored six points each.

Cherry Valley-Springfield 66,Jefferson 29

CV-S ...... 16 14 18 18 - 66

Jefferson ...... 4 10 6 9 - 29

CV-S: Sarah Lewis 4 0-2 8, Zoe Climenhaga 2 0-0 4, Kendra McGovern 6 6-6 18, Mia Horvath 3 2-6 9, Zoe Smith 2 0-0 4, Kelsey Girard 7 0-0 14, Hailey Erway 1 0-0 0, Marijke Kroon 3 1-4 7. TOTAL: 28 9-18 66.

Jefferson: Seneca Shafer 3 0-0 6, Olivia Eppich 3 0-0 6, Michaela Jones 0 0-0 0, Emily Fyfe 1 0-2 2, Jess Fagen 0 0-0 0, Erin Fallo 0 0-0 0, Cassidy Staroba 3 0-0 6, Alyssa Gadoury 3 2-4 9. TOTAL: 13 2-6 29.

Three-pointer field goals: C 1 (Mia Horvath); J 1 (Alyssa Gadoury).

Holland Patent 49, Cooperstown 43

12/13

Cooperstown dropped a narrow decision to Holland Patent despite a game-high 19 points from Kate Trosset.

Neither team outscored the other by more than four points in any quarter.

Trosset hit three from behind the arc for her 19 points. Piper Seamon made five field goals and finished with 11 points as the only other Cooperstown player in double digits.

Haedyn Roberts led Holland Patent, tying Trosset for the game high with 19 points courtesy of a 5-for-5 effort from the free throw line. Hanna Corrigan scored 10 points and was also perfect from the free-throw line, going 4-4.

Holland Patent 49, Cooperstown 43

Cooperstown..... 14 7 9 13 - 43

Holland Patent ..... 12 11 12 14 - 49

Cooperstown: Abby Ford 0 0-0 0, Ashley Kluber 0 0-0 0, Meagan Scheurmann 0 0-2 0, Lauren Vibbard 2 0-0 4, Kate Trosset 7 0-0 19, Kate Donnelly 1 1-2 4, Hailey Seamon 0 0-0 0, Piper Seamon 5 1-2 11, Natalie Fountain 0 0-0 0, Emilie Perez 0 3-3 3. Totals 16 5-9 43.

Holland Patent: Hanna Corrigan 3 4-4 10, Yosmine Mcowen 0 0-0 0, Cassidy Kotary 3 0-1 6, Madeline Acevedo 0 2-2 2, Victoria Spoon 1 0-0 2, Haedyn Roberts 7 5-5 19, Anna Healey 2 0-0 4, McKenna Rienold 1 2-4 4, Aubrey Mayo 0 0-0 0. Totals: 17 13-16 49

Three-point field goals: Cooperstown 4 ( Trosset 3, Donnelly 1), HP: 0.

Morris 39, Cherry Valley-Springfield 31

12/14

Morris outscored Cherry Valley-Springfield 11-4 in the second quarter, winning a low-scoring league contest.

Elizabeth Thompson made one her team’s two 3-pointers for Morris, finishing with 13 points. Anastasia Edwards was the only other player in double figures for the Mustangs, scoring 10.

Sarah Lewis was the game’s highest scorer, making six shots and going 2-4 from the line to total 14 points for CV-S. Joleen Lusk was the next closest scorer, scoring six points for CV-S.

Morris 39, Cherry Valley-Springfield 31

Cherry Valley-Springfield.... 10 4 9 8 - 31

Morris....... 12 11 11 5 - 39

CV-S: Sarah Lewis 6 2-4 14, Zoe Climenhaga 0 0-0 0, Kendran McGovern 2 0-0 4, Mia Horvath 0 1-2 1, Zoe Smith 0 0-0 0, Kelsey Girard 1 1-3 3, Hailey Erway 1 1-2 3, Joleen Lusk 3 0-0 6

Morris: Reanan Goodspeed 2 0-0 4, Carissa Richards 1 0-0 3, M Arkins 0 0-0 0, Kylie Brigham 2 3-6 9, Mollie Dugan 0 0-0 0, Anastasia Edwards 5 0-0 10, A Baran 0 0-0 0, S Barringer 0 0-0 0, Elizabeth Thompson 6 0-2 13

Three point field goals: Morris: 2 (Thompson 1, Richards 1), CV-S: none

Cooperstown 46, Sauquoit 45

12/12

Cooperstown used a balanced attack to edge Sauquoit by one point.

The Hawkeyes trailed by seven entering the second half, but scored 16 points in the third quarter while holding Sauquoit to just one.

Cooperstown’s Piper Seamon and Kate Trosset each scored 12 points. Seamon also grabbed 10 rebounds and had three steals. Trosset had four rebounds, three steals and four assists to go with her 12 points. Emilie Perez had 17 rebounds, nine points, two blocks and two steals for the Hawkeyes, and Kate Donnelly scored 10 points.

The Indians’ Allison Moreau made four 3-pointers on her way to a game-best 26 points. Adriana Grande scored six points, and Abigail Stanimee and Alex Price each scored four.

Cooperstown 46, Sauquoit 45

Cooperstown …… 9 11 16 10 - 46

Sauquoit …… 14 13 1 17 - 45

Cooperstown: Abby Ford 0 0-0 0, Ashley Kiuber 0 0-0 0, Meagan Schuermann 0 0-2 0, Lauren Vibbard 1 0-0 3, Gabby Woerrel 0 0-0 0, Baleigh Behan 0 0-0 0, Kate Trosset 5 0-0 12, Kate Donnelly 4 0-0 10, Hailey Seamon 0 0-0 0, Piper Seamon 4 4-8 12, Natalie Fountain 0 0-0 0, Emilie Perez 2 5-8 9. TOTALS: 16 9-18 46.

Sauquoit: Alex Price 2 0-0 4, Adriana Grande 2 1-2 6, Madison McKenney 1 0-0 3, Abigail Stanimee 2 0-0 4, Marley Inglis 1 0-0 2, Jayna Inglis 0 0-0 0, Allison Moreau 10 2-6 26. TOTALS: 18 3-8 45.

Three-point field goals: C 5 (Vibbard 1, Trosset 2, Donnelly 2); S 6 (Grande 1, McKenney 1, Moreau 4).

Cherry Valley-Springfield 52, Worcester 42

12/12

Four Cherry-Valley Springfield players scored at least nine points in a home win over Worcester.

CV-S’ Kendra McGovern finished with a team-best 12, six of which came courtesy of her two 3-pointers.

Sarah Lewis had 11 for the Patriots and teammates Mia Horvath and Kelsey Girard each had nine.

Worcester’s Delimar Vega led all scorers with 21 points on nine field goals, and Willow Tompkins finished with 12 points of her own, but the Wolverines couldn’t catch up to CV-S in the second half.

The Patriots led at half, 22-18, and outscored Worcester, 30-24, after the break.

Cherry Valley-Springfield 52, Worcester 42

Cherry Valley-Springfield ..... 11 11 13 17 – 52

Worcester ..... 5 13 12 12 - 42

CV-S: Sarah Lewis 3 4-4 11, Zoe Climenhaga 0 0-0 0, Kendra McGovern 5 0-0 12, Mia Horvath 4 1-4 9, Zoe Smith 2 0-0 4, Kelsey Girard 4 0-0 9, Hailey Erway 0 0-0 0, Joleen Lusk 3 1-2 7. TOTALS: 21 6-10 52

Worcester: Jenna Morell 1 0-0 2, Miriam O’Dell 0 0-0 0, Elizabeth O’Dell 1 1-6 3, Vanessa Perker 2 0-3 4, Willow Tompkins 6 0-1 12, Delimar Vega 9 2-2 21, Lynessa Otero 0 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 19 3-12 42.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Mount Markham 3, Cooperstown 0.

12/15

Mount Markham made quick work of Cooperstown, beating the Hawkeyes in straight sets 25-13, 25-11, 25-14.

Michala Jones registered seven kills, 11 assists and six digs as well as an ace and a block for Mount Markham (6-0, 2-0). Teammate Stephanie Burke recorded 11 kills and 12 digs, also recording an ace and a block.

Natalie Brotherton had four assists and five digs to go along with an ace and kill for Cooperstown (2-3, 0-2).

Three-point field goals: C 4 (Lewis, Girard, McGovern 2); W 1 (Vega).

Mount Markham 3, Cooperstown 0

Game Scores: 25-13, 25-11, 25-14.

Mount Markham (6-0,2-0): Michala Jones 1 ace/7 kills/11 assists/1 block/6 digs, Kayleigh Osborn 1 ace/5 assists/1 dig, Alexis Tooke 1 ace, Stephanie Burke 1 ace/11 kills/1 block/12 digs, Kaylee Barrett 1 ace/3 kills/6 digs, Jordan Treen 1 ace/7 digs, Morgan Stubley 2 kills/11 assists/2 digs, Amber Bryce 7 kills/2 digs, Lana Brindisi 3 kills/1 assist, Gianna Placanica 2 kills/2 assists/3 digs.

Cooperstown (2-3,0-2): Abbie Makofske 2 aces/2 digs, Natalie Brotherton 1 aces/1 kill/4 assists/5 blocks, Maddie Hurysz 2 aces/3 kills/5 digs, Torrey Carrascoso 1 assist/5 digs, Tess Dilorenzo 5 digs, Kaitlin Curtis 5 kills/3 assists/5 digs, Amanda Snyder 5 digs, Katie Boyle 5 digs, Aimee Cook 1 assist/3 digs, Sierra Sillaro 1 kill/3 digs, Quincey Chase 1 assist/10 digs, Nora Jensen 1 dig.