Delhi also led area teams in the unseeded girls race, placing 13th out of 16 with 308 points. Tri Valley won the team title with 75 points.
Windsor’s Kaylee Stone placed first in 20:19.4. Delhi’s Katie Aikens finished 10th, in 21:55.2.
Katie Kleban and Jordian Siver earned all-tournament selections for Cooperstown, which was outscored, 14-0, in two weekend games during the Sauquoit Valley Tournament.
Kleban made 27 saves for Cooperstown in a 6-0 loss to the host school during Friday’s opening round. She also had 14 saves in an 8-0 consolation loss to Central Valley.
SV (14-2), which is the top seed for the upcoming Section Three Class C-1 Tournament, outshot Cooperstown, 35-5. Central Valley, which is seeded second for the Class A sectionals, finished with a 22-2 edge in shots.
Cooperstown drew the No. 6 seed for the C-1 sectionals and will visit No. 3 Tully (14-2) for a quarterfinal at 3 p.m. Thursday.
Cooperstown at home
Cooperstown will be the seventh seed for the Section Four Class C Tournament and will host a first-round game against No. 10 Waterville at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The winner advances to a quarterfinal at No. 2 Hamilton on Friday.
Cooperstown beat Waterville twice during the regular season, 3-0 and 1-0.
Windsor 3, Oneonta 0
Krissy Wells amassed 14 assists and Brittney Herrick had six kills and three blocks Saturday, but visiting Oneonta High fell to Windsor in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference East Division tiebreaker.
“They just pulled away every game,” said OHS coach Lee Ferrara, whose 11-4 team split with Windsor (12-3) during the regular season but fell, 25-15, 25-16, 25-21, on Saturday.
Kylie Buchek had a match-high 26 assists for Windsor, which got nine kills from Lexi Peterson.
“We’ll see them again, and we expect to win,” Ferrara said.