Tefft struck out four and walked four before Sarah Mellor took over in the sixth inning.
Ali Turner started the scoring for the Dragons (2-2) with an RBI single in the first. Mellor doubled, tripled and drove in one run in a 2-for-2 effort.
Jessica Carson had two hits and two RBIs for the Patriots, who got a hit and an RBI from Jordan Zaccagnino.
Schenevus hosts Milford on Wednesday.
TENNISMargaretville 6, Roxbury 1
James Warner, Brandon Belaski, Yair Sanchez and Michael Conroy earned singles victories for Margaretville in its Delaware League victory.
At first singles, Roxbury’s Josh Riley downed Dylan Shaffer, 9-7.
Stamford 6, Andes 1
Julia Adams’ 9-7 victory over Noah Dougherty at first singles helped the host Indians to a Delaware League triumph.
Lousy weather led to the postponements of about half of the high school events scheduled for Monday.
The following is a list of games that were not played Monday, with rescheduled dates, if any, in parenthesis.
Baseball: Chenango Forks at Oneonta High (Thursday); Harpursville at Delhi (Thursday); Davenport at Roxbury (April 21); Oxford at Walton (April 21 at Oxford); Unatego at Deposit (April 21); Unadilla Valley vs. Sidney (April 26 at 11 a.m. at Damaschke Field); Windham at Hunter-Tannersville; Afton at Greene; Gilbertsville-Mount Upton at Morris; Richfield Springs at Worcester; Bainbridge-Guilford at Hancock.
Softball: Afton at Greene (Thursday); Oxford at Walton (April 21 at Oxford); Unatego at Deposit (April 21); Chenango Forks at Oneonta; Roxbury at Davenport; G-MU at Morris; Richfield Springs at Worcester; B-G at Hancock.
Tennis: Davenport at Windham; Poland at Cooperstown; Hancock at B-G.
Additionally, Oneonta’s baseball team will make up its game at Windsor scheduled for this past Friday at noon this Saturday.