“It was a quick connection – boom, boom, boom,” Roxbury coach Lisa Faraci said.
Gabrielle Caiazza tied the score at 2 for Stamford two minutes into the second half. Caiazza made a steal in Roxbury's end before beating Lisa Boyke (eight saves).
Cronk finished with two goals and Sprague also scored for the Rockets (6-7-1, 4-3-1), who will host Jefferson today.
Kim Freer had Stamford's other goal.
Cooperstown 2, F-S 2
Bella Anania scored twice in the first half, but Frankfort-Schuyler tied the score in the second half as the Center State Conference rivals played to a tie.
Anania's second goal came with 23 minutes left in the first half and gave Cooperstown a 2-1 lead. Maggie Hall dribbled down the right side before sending a pass to Anania, who scored to the upper far post from 22 yards.
“That was a beautiful goal,” Cooperstown coach Jennifer Pindar said.
Simone Palumbo tied it for F-S 10 minutes into the second half.
Cooperstown held advantages of 20-15 in shots and 13-3 in corner kicks. Marsala Bono made 14 saves for F-S.
“We hit the cross bar and their goalie had some nice saves,” Pindar said. “We were unlucky finding the net.”
Cooperstown (7-4-1, 3-4-1) will travel to Middleburgh on Saturday.
UV 2, Greene 1
Taylor Davis scored the winning goal with 6:41 left in the first overtime to lift host Unadilla Valley to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory Tuesday.
Sierra Badger also scored for the Storm.
Paige Wilcox had Greene's goal.
UV 3, Deposit 1
Shannon McIntyre had 10 assists, six kills and three aces to lead host Unadilla Valley to a 16-25, 25-17, 25-23, 25-22 Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Haley Benson had seven aces and seven kills, and Nicole Mackey contributed 13 assists and three kills for the Storm (9-4), who will visit Unatego today.
Shelby Pettersen had three kills, five aces and four kills for Deposit.
Lindsay Harloff and Eden Griger won two individual events apiece as Cooperstown defeated Adirondack, 91-81.
Harloff won the 200-yard freestyle (2 minutes, 14.45 seconds) and the 500 free (5:53.82). Griger touched first in the 200 individual medley (2:24.60) and the 100 free (58.29).