Gretchen Kempf and Alyssa Fania scored 90 seconds apart for the Royals (9-3) to tie the score. Kempf then crossed to Fania for the winner with 12 seconds left.
Maria Begliomini made seven saves for Scranton, which was outshot, 25-10.
Tess stopped four shots for the Red Dragons, who visit Ithaca on Saturday for a non-conference game.
Cobleskill 3, GM 0
Amber Baker had nine kills for SUNY Cobleskill, which received five from Melissa Spears in a 25-19, 25-12, 25-11 non-conference victory on the road.
Casey Holbert contributed 16 assists for the Fighting Tigers (11-10), who got 12 digs from libero Krista Polizzi.
Cobleskill, which has won three straight matches, will compete in the Hartwick College/Holiday Inn Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
Former Walton wrestling coach Rick Armstrong will be inducted into the SUNY Cortland C-Club Hall of Fame on Oct. 20.
Armstrong, who graduated from Cortland in 1979, became the wrestling program’s first national champion when he won the NCAA Division III title at 158 pounds as a junior in 1978.
A three-time SUNYAC champion (1977-79), Armstrong also earned All-America honors in 1979 with a fourth-place finish and in 1976 by placing sixth. The two-time all-stater (1976, 1977) went 88-21-4 for the Red Dragons.
Binghamton resident Armstrong also went 33-0 for Whitney Point High in 1974, when he won the school’s first state wrestling crown.
Armstrong went on to coach wrestling at Walton from 1982-2011. He was inducted into the New York State Collegiate Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2005 and the NCAA D-III Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2009.
Armstrong will join John LaBombard (Class of 1963), Tony Seaman (1965), Ann Dunwoody (1975), Paul Alexander (1982), Tracey Armstead (1986) and honorary inductee Fran Elia (Cortland’s sports information director since 1992) in Cortland’s Class of 2012.