McGoldrick, who grabbed eight rebounds, had six points in the fourth quarter for Cooperstown (7-3, 3-2), which will host Sherburne-Earlville today.
Cooperstown’s Jenn Flynn finished with five assists.
Kaitlyn Reader had 17 points to lead V-V-S.
Greene 54, Walton 16
Janine Velardi had a team-high six points for Walton, which dropped a Midstate Athletic Conference game on the road Saturday.
Kristy Hasell had 11 points to lead the Trojans.
Tri-Valley 77, Walton 56
Jared Beach scored 10 points and all-tournament selection Trevor Zandt finished with nine, but the host school fell in the championship game of the Walton tournament on Saturday.
“They came out in a full-court press and they were very aggressive,” Walton coach Dave Gardepe said of Tri-Valley, which led, 45-31, at halftime.
Tri-Valley’s Alex Brown scored 10 of his game-high 12 points in the first half to help Tri-Valley.
“He’s big and was tough to keep off the boards,” Gardepe said.
Dion Lynch and Thomas Munberger contributed 10 points apiece, and tournament MVP Sam Kingley had eight points for Tri-Valley.
Walton (2-7) will host Oneonta today.
Deposit 72, B-G 44
Mike Carlin scored a game-high 22 points, including two three-pointers, but visiting Bainbridge-Guilford fell in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Teammate Bailey Green finished with eight points, six of which came from three-point range.
Matt Mills paced Deposit with 17 points, including three three-pointers. Teammates Dave Schaeffer and Devin Schmitz contributed 15 points apiece for the Lumberjacks, who led 37-18 at halftime.
“They had great ball movement, and we didn’t defend well enough on the perimeter,” B-G coach Greg Warren said.
The Bobcats (1-8, 1-4) will host South Kortright today.
Afton 58, Schenevus 51
All-tournament selection Darien Heath scored all eight of his points in the fourth quarter to lift visiting Afton to a victory in the championship game of the Schenevus tournament on Saturday.