Kyle Jaquay scored 11 points and Isiah Montgomery contributed 10 points for Cherry Valley-Springfield (7-3, 4-2).
Worcester, 1-4 in league play, will travel to Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Friday.
Morris 62, RS 50
Levi Decker and Mike DeLuca scored 20 and 18 points, respectively, as visiting Morris handed Richfield Springs its first loss of the season, in the Tri-Valley League.
DeLuca had 11 points in the first half as the Mustangs built a 37-22 lead.
“They broke our press,” said Richfield Springs coach Bill Stevens, whose team is 8-1 overall and 5-1 in league. “They had quite a few run-outs against our press. They’re a good team. We had to back off of our press in the second half.
“It’s been a pattern for us,” he continued. “We don’t get going in the first half and this time we didn’t come back.”
Benjamin Smith had 16 points to lead the Indians, who received 13 points from Keegan Wheelock-Tanner and 11 from Joseph Kelly.
RS will travel to Milford on Wednesday.
Milford 65, Schenevus 47
Peyton Griffiths made 11 field goals en route to a game-high 27 points as Milford rallied for a road victory in the Tri-Valley League.
“He’s just such a playmaker,” Schenevus coach Kerry Mason said of Griffiths, who also went 4-for-6 at the foul line. “He’s explosive from the wing and when he gets into the paint, he just creates so much havoc for a defense. He can jump and once he gets in those creases, he can just go up over the top of people. And he sees the floor so well he can kick it out to Ward or Rutledge. He’s just a dynamic playmaker.”
Ward and Rutledge, who each sank three three-pointers, contributed 13 points apiece for the Wildcats, who turned a 16-8 first-quarter deficit into a 30-24 halftime lead.
Kevin Weinert complemented his season-high 24 points with 11 rebounds for the Dragons (3-5, 3-3), who are at Cherry Valley-Springfield on Wednesday.