The Dragons (1-4, 0-3) will play at Gilboa on Jan. 3.
at Clark Sports Center
Skyler Taylor rolled a 224 game a 530 series, but Cooperstown’s boys lost to Little Falls in a Center State Conference match.
Cooperstown’s girls also lost to Little Falls. Broc Gilbert had a 279 series to lead Cooperstown.
at Owego Bowl
Caryn Balnis’ team-high 558 series included a 197 game to lead Oneonta High to a 5-0 Southern Tier Athletic Conference victory over Owego on Monday.
Abigail Loucks had a 507 series and Emily Loucks finished with a 494 series for the Yellowjackets.
Christa Bennett’s 213 game and 570 series paced Owego.
Oneonta (6-1) will travel to Chenango Forks today.
at Holland Patent
Sean Mebust finished first in the 50-yard freestyle and the 500-yard freestyle to lead visiting Cooperstown to a 57.5-43.5 victory over Holland Patent.
Mebust touched first in the 50 free in 23.85 seconds and finished the 500 free in the 5:16.63.
Michael Kern contributed wins in the 200 free (2:07.67) and the 100 backstroke (1:06.07).
Cooperstown is 3-0.
Cooperstown 3, Herkimer 0
McKenna Hage and Caroline Leonard had nine kills apiece to lead visiting Cooperstown to a 25-23, 25-23, 25-21 Center State Conference victory Monday.
Kristin Ratliff contributed 14 assists for Cooperstown (5-0, 1-0), which will host Dolgeville today.
Sidney went 4-1 to place third out of seven teams in the Marathon Dual Meet Tournament on Saturday.
The Warriors (7-1) opened with a 48-18 victory over Groton. They followed with a 66-24 win over Marathon before beating Dryden, 40-27.
Sidney finished its day with a 57-18 loss to runner-up Cortland and a 45-15 victory over Spencer-Van Etten.
Vestal won the tournament.
Nicholas Jump was selected as Sidney’s outstanding wrestler for the tournament. Jump went 5-0 at 170 pounds. Austin Dean and Kai Sabada also went 5-0 for the Warriors, who received a 4-1 performance from James Martin.
Sidney will compete in the Battle in the Valley this weekend in Cobleskill.