“She was open, so she shot it,” said Worcester coach Corey Pier, who added his team has probably attempted 10 or fewer threes this season. “She’s got the green light.”
The Wolverines (7-5, 5-5) pulled away with an 18-2 fourth quarter that included an 8-for-14 effort from the foul line. Sklenka’s three came in the third quarter, when Worcester outscored the Indians, 15-10, to take a 32-23 lead.
Kaity Richvalsky scored seven points to pace Richfield Springs.
Jillian Perillo grabbed a team-best six rebounds for Worcester, which visits Schenevus on Friday.
Downsville at SK
South Kortright coach Josh Burroughs said high winds forced the postponement of Wednesday’s Delaware League game between his unbeaten Rams and visiting Downsville. Burroughs said the game will be made up Saturday at a time to be determined.
Cooperstown 57 Mount Markham 51
Ethan Bliss and Park Summers hit three-pointers late in the fourth quarter to help visiting Cooperstown pull away for Center State Conference victory.
Bliss finished with a game-high 17 points. Teammate Jordan Manikas contributed 13 for the Redskins, who outscored Mount Markham, 22-16, over the final eight minutes.
“(It was a) back and forth, two-point game all the way to a minute and a half (left),” Cooperstown coach Dave Bertram said.
Sawyer Haney and Nico Knull had 10 and nine points, respectively, for Cooperstown, which will play Friday at Hamilton.
Deposit 63 Walton 47
Matt Mills scored a game-high 28 points for Deposit, which won in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Jason Spry contributed 11 points for the winners.
For Walton, Eric Zimmerman scored 19 points and Colin Adam had 12. Dalton Kaminsky had 11 rebounds and six assists for Walton (4-11, 4-6), which will travel to Hancock on Friday.
Cooperstown loses twice
Host Cooperstown lost a Center State Conference match to Mount Markham, 41-36, and fell in a non-league match to Unatego, 59-30, on Tuesday.
Kevin Segit earned a pair of pins for the Redskins. He stopped Mount Markham’s Glenn Murray in 22 seconds at 195 pounds. He then pinned Unatego’s Bradey Been in 3:20 at 220.
Unatego received pins from Hunter Howard (126), Troy Jones (145), Codie Nichols (160) and Ryan Marszal (182).
The Redskins will compete in the Section Three Class D meet at 10 a.m. Saturday at Sandy Creek.