“They’re a tough matchup for us,” Miller said.
Cooperstown 45, F-S 29
Liz Millea and Christina Noto scored in double figures for Cooperstown, which won a Center State Conference Division II game on the road.
Millea had 11 points and Noto finished with 10 for the Hawkeyes (10-5, 6-3), who outscored Frankfort-Schuyler, 22-10, in the second half.
Danielle Caivana’s 11 points paced F-S (11-4, 6-3), which received 10 points from Danielle Migliore.
Ciarra McGoldrick grabbed eight rebounds and Lucy Ford had three blocks in the second half for Cooperstown, which hosts Unatego on Wednesday.
Harpursville 57, Sidney 36
Miranda Drummond scored a season-high 36 points as host Harpursville won a Midstate Athletic Conference game to clinch the top seed for the league tournament.
The Hornets (16-0, 11-0), who are the top-ranked Class C team in the state, will host fourth-seeded Unadilla Valley at 7 p.m. Thursday in the MAC 1-4 semifinals. The other semi pits No. 3 Bainbridge-Guilford at No. 2 Sidney (10-1 MAC) at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Semifinal winners will advance to the MAC 1-4 championship game Feb. 15 at Oneonta State. Unadilla Valley is the defending MAC champion.
Kelsey Decker hit four three-pointers en route to a team-best 14 points for the Warriors, who trailed, 30-21, at halftime.
B-G 39, Delhi 27
Morgan Bullis scored 12 of her game-high 20 points in the first quarter, leading Bainbridge-Guilford to a MAC road victory.
“She’s athletic, strong and not afraid to go after the ball,” said Delhi coach Todd Bruce, whose team trailed, 23-7, after one period. “Real good ballplayer. She’s tough.”
The Bobcats forced Delhi (6-8, 4-7) into 26 turnovers and allowed no double-digit scoring efforts as Inda Gillett paced the Bulldogs with eight points.
Delhi is the eighth seed for the upcoming MAC 5-8 Tournament and will be on the road for a semifinal Tuesday night.
Afton 47, Deposit 28
Bailey Sherman scored half of her game-high 12 points in the opening quarter to help host Afton to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.