“I’m not sure when we’ll get her back,” Miller said. “A week-and-a-half would be the best-case scenario, but it could be longer.”
Shayna Lee scored 12 points to pace the Sabers.
OHS hosts Johnson City on Wednesday.
S-E 58, Cooperstown 52
Nicole Cring finished with 20 points, nine rebounds and four blocks, but state-ranked Cooperstown dropped a non-league game at Sherburne-Earlville.
“We were up by seven with 3:49 to go and we didn’t score again,” said coach Mike Niles, whose Redskins entered the game as the state’s 14th-ranked team in Class C. “We turned it over a lot and that was that.”
Mattie Dowdall scored the go-ahead points on a layup with 1:33 remaining, giving the Marauders (8-2) a 53-51 lead. Niles said Jordan Van Althuis secured the victory for S-E by hitting two free throws with about 20 seconds left.
Sumer Murdock contributed 14 points and Elizabeth Millea had 10 points and five steals for the Redskins (7-2), who were outscored, 17-5, in the fourth quarter.
Cooperstown, which handed Unatego one of its two losses this season, hosts a varsity-only meeting against Mohawk at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
UV 65, Afton 33
Seventeen of Taylor Davis’ game-high 24 points in the first quarter as host Unadilla Valley opened a 23-6 lead en route to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Amanda Off and Jordan Anderson contributed 13 and 10 points, respectively, for the Storm (8-1, 6-0), who will travel to Harpursville on Tuesday.
Payton Cutting had 11 points to lead Afton.
B-G 45, Walton 22
Taylor Palmatier scored a game-high 12 points to lead visiting Bainbridge-Guilford to a MAC victory.
Hayley O’Connor’s nine points paced the Warriors (2-8, 0-6), who were outscored, 28-10, in the second half.
Walton is at Afton on Tuesday.
Sidney 44, Delhi 29
Kelsey Decker scored 14 points as the visiting Warriors cruised to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.