Nicole Cring contributed 14 points for the Redskins, who took a 28-20 lead into halftime.
“This was a good early-season game for us,” Cooperstown coach Mike Niles said. “We did not know a lot about them coming into this game, so I’m happy with the outcome.”
Freshman Kiersten Leos scored 25 points to pace Camden.
“For a freshman, she’s a real good player,” Niles said of Leos, who also made five threes. “We had trouble containing her tonight.”
Cooperstown will compete in the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Holiday Tournament on Thursday and Friday. The Redskins open against Holland Patent.
SK 49, Gilboa 33
Tori Rockefeller scored 14 points and Brianna Laing and Kayla Craft had 13 apiece as host South Kortright (7-0, 5-0) cruised to a Delaware League victory.
Laing scored seven points in the first quarter, which ended with the Rams ahead, 21-13.
Craft also grabbed 11 rebounds for the Rams, who received 14 rebounds from Miquela Hanselman.
Brooke Koerner’s 14 points paced the Wildcats.
Defending Section Four Class D champion South Kortright is off until Jan. 4, when it travels to Hunter-Tannersville.
Oxford 39, Delhi 24
Megan Golden scored a game-high 13 points as Oxford won a road game in the MAC.
Golden’s night included four three-pointers.
Kaitln Haynes’ eight points paced the Bulldogs (0-6), who play host Davenport on Thursday in the opening round of the Ray Preston Tournament.
UV 65, Deposit 23
Jordan Anderson scored 12 of her game-high 22 points in the first quarter and Amanda Off contributed 15 points as Unadilla Valley cruised to a MAC win at home.
The Storm, who held a 22-6 lead after one quarter, play Hancock on Thursday in the opening round of the Unadilla Valley Holiday Tournament.
Harpursville 70, Greene 32
Miranda Drummond hit all three of her threes and scored 15 points in the first quarter, which ended with the host Hornets ahead of their Midstate Athletic Conference rivals, 27-2.