Schenevus 51, Worcester 40
Sierra Bentley hit a season-high six three-point field goals en route to a game-high 20 points as Schenevus won a home game in the Tri-Valley League.
Bentley made four threes in the opening quarter, accounting for 12 of the Dragons’ 14 points on Senior Recognition Night. Schenevus started Bentley, Ceara Marlow, Sarah Mellor and Kassie Jeffers, as well as exchange student Nadine Geckert of Switzerland, to honor its seniors.
Jen Walke sank two threes and finished with 10 points for the Dragons (13-4, 9-4), who took a 27-16 lead into halftime.
Cierra Ralph’s 15 points paced the Wolverines, who went 14-for-22 from the free throw line.
Schenevus is off until the Section Four Class D Tournament.
Camden 65, Cooperstown 59
Maggie Hall scored a team-high 18 points, but visiting Cooperstown dropped a Center State Conference game.
The Hawkeyes (12-6, 7-3) fell behind, 36-25, at halftime but rallied to tie the score at 39 on a three-pointer by Hall late in the third period.
‘‘We came out a little flat, but it was a big comeback after a two-hour bus ride on a Monday,’’ Cooperstown coach Mike Niles said.
Camden regained the lead in the fourth quarter and maintained it until the end. Lucy Ford blocked a shot and went end-to-end for a three-point play that cut the Hawkeyes’ deficit to 61-59 with 1:10 left, but Cooperstown failed to completely close the gap.
Kiersten Leos went 4-for-4 at the foul line down the stretch to cap a 29-point performance and secure the victory for Camden. Leos finished with nine field goals and shot 10-for-12 from the foul line for Camden, which received 14 points from Hayley Kelley.
Ford amassed 11 points, eight rebounds and seven blocks for the Hawkeyes, who got 11 points, seven steals and six assists from Liz Millea.
Cooperstown will wait until Wednesday to learn its seeding in the Section Three Class C Tournament.