Cooperstown Central will be busy tonight.
Wednesday’s snowstorm wiped out all of the scheduled sports events in the area, moving Cooperstown’s non-league girls basketball game against visiting Unatego to 7:30 tonight.
The Hawkeyes will wear pink jerseys and hold a 50-50 raffle during the varsity-only Coaches vs. Cancer game, which will follow a Section Three Class C-2 Volleyball Tournament match between fifth-seeded Sandy Creek and fourth-seeded host Cooperstown. The sectional volleyball opener begins at 6 p.m. today, with the winner advancing to a Tuesday semifinal against top-seeded Onondaga or No. 8 seed Manlius-Pebble Hill.
Chittenango High will host the C-2 final Feb. 13 and the overall Class C championship match at 11 a.m. Feb. 15.
SUNY Delhi’s basketball doubleheader at Schenectady County Community College also moved from Wednesday to tonight, with the Broncos women playing at 5 p.m. and their men at 7 p.m.
The following events also were snowed out Wednesday night and rescheduled.
Midstate Athletic Conference 5-8 Tournament semifinals: 8-Harpursville at 5-Walton (7:15 p.m. Friday); 7-Delhi at 6-Oxford (7 p.m. Monday).
Midstate Athletic Conference 9-12 Tournament semifinals: 12-Bainbridge-Guilford at 9-Afton (7 p.m. today); 11-Deposit at 10-Hancock (7:15 p.m. today).
Andes at Roxbury (4 p.m. today)
Stamford at Davenport (5 p.m. today)
Worcester at Schenevus (7 p.m. today; Senior Night)
Gilboa at South Kortright (1 p.m. Saturday)
Downsville at Jefferson (5 p.m. Monday)
BOYS BASKETBALLFranklin 49, G-MU 34
Derek Beers scored nine of his game-high 18 points in the first quarter to lead visiting Franklin to a Tri-Valley League victory Tuesday.
“He scored early and made some nice passes to get his teammates involved,” Gilbertsville-Mount Upton coach Matt Johnson said of Beers, who helped the Purple Devils to a 17-8 lead after eight minutes.
Kyle Martin contributed 15 points for the Purple Devils, who received 10 points from Billy Davis.
Chris Cole and Austin Burnside paced the Raiders, with 10 and eight points, respectively.
G-MU (1-13, 1-12) hosts Harpursville on Monday.
Downsville 70, Jefferson 54
Justin Baxter and Billy Smith scored their season highs of 24 and 23 points, respectively, to lead Downsville to a Delaware League win at home Tuesday.
David Doig contributed 14 points for the Eagles, who took a 33-22 lead into halftime.
“We moved the ball well to get good looks,” Downsville coach Kevin Wilbur said.
Michael Greiner and James Quagliano paced Jefferson with 18 and 17 points, respectively. Greiner also hit four three-pointers.
Downsville (6-10, 4-6) plays at Roxbury today.
Worcester 45, Schenevus 36
Tim Mould scored a game-high 14 points to lead host Worcester to a Tri-Valley League victory Tuesday.
Devin Adams contributed 11 points, including three three-pointers, for the Wolverines, who received 10 points apiece from George Clements and Derek Pross.
Clements scored eight of his points in the second quarter, when Worcester outscored Schenevus, 14-3.
“Our defense was great; we really locked them down,” Worcester coach Jim Kenyon said.
Kyle Darling and Corey Roseboom each scored seven points for Schenevus.
Worcester (9-8, 8-5) is off until the Section Four Class D Tournament.
Laurens 46, Morris 36
Taylor Kessler’s 11 points led Laurens to a Tri-Valley League victory Tuesday.
Charlotte Lee contributed nine points for the Leopards, who took a 22-12 lead into halftime.
Hayley Wist’s 12 points and nine rebounds paced Morris (11-5), which visits Franklin on Friday.
Greene 47, Delhi 36
Katie Carey’s 15 points led Greene to a home victory in the semifinals of the Midstate Athletic Conference 5-8 Tournament.
Jessica David finished with 11 points and nine steals for the Trojans (8-8), who erased a three-point halftime deficit by outscoring the Bulldogs, 29-18, in the second half.
Tiffany Borst contributed 10 points for Greene.
Allison Hannigan’s nine points paced Delhi, which trimmed a 16-point fourth-quarter deficit to eight but failed to get closer.
Greene hosts Unatego on Tuesday in the MAC 5-8 Tournament final.
Delhi travels to Afton on Tuesday for the MAC 5-8 Tournament consolation game.
MEN’S BASKETBALLOswego 71, O-State 61
Mikey McElroy scored a team-best 14 points Tuesday, but Oneonta State lost a SUNY Athletic Conference game on the road.
Dan Lee contributed 11 points for the Red Dragons (9-11, 6-7), who received nine points apiece from Zach Mager, Kareem Williams and Jack Dignan.
Elijah McLaurin had 15 points to lead five double-digit scoring efforts for the Lakers (13-7, 7-6).
WOMEN’S BASKETBALLWells 72, Cobleskill 64
Kady Porterfield scored a game-high 22 points Tuesday, but SUNY Cobleskill dropped a North Eastern Athletic Conference game at home.
Shelby Preston contributed 18 points and 14 rebounds for the Fighting Tigers (5-14, 3-8), who received 12 points from Samantha Davis.
Ashley Roser’s 21 points and 14 rebounds paced the Express (12-7, 7-3), who got five points from Cooperstown graduate Holli Erkson and four from Schenevus graduate Taylor Spranger.