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February 12, 2013

Worcester girls rally to beat Milford, 25-22


Host Milford suffered through an 8-for-54 shooting night en route to a 25-22 Tri-Valley League girls basketball loss to Worcester on Monday.

The Wolverines’ Jessica Thompson snapped a 22-22 tie on a free throw with seven seconds left. Thompson missed the second free throw and the ball went out of bounds to Milford. But Worcester’s Jessica Peeters stole the inbound pass and made a layup to cap the scoring.

Cassie Sklenka and Jillian Perillo had six points apiece to pace the Wolverines. Perillo had four points in the fourth quarter, when Worcester went on a 10-4 run.

Maddy Zenir had eight points to lead Milford (8-7, 6-6), which will host Richfield Springs on Wednesday.

Edmeston 38, G-MU 24

Savanna Fistrowicz scored all but four of her game-high 14 points as visiting Edmeston opened a 25-12 halftime lead en route to a Tri-Valley League victory.

Alexis Carpenter and Sydney Smith contributed eight points apiece for the Panthers (8-9).

Jenn Mason had 10 points for Gilbertsville-Mount Upton (4-12), which will travel to Franklin on Wednesday.

Schenevus 49, CV-S 35

Taylor Spranger scored 10 of her game-high 24 points in the final quarter to help Tri-Valley League East Division champion Schenevus pull away on the road.

Spranger went 6-for-10 from the line over the final eight minutes.

Sierra Bentley contributed 10 points for the Dragons.

Lauren Loucks had 13 points, Maddie Archer contributed seven points and nine rebounds, and Joanna Benning had 10 rebounds for Cherry Valley-Springfield (8-8), which will travel to Worcester today.

Cooperstown 45, SV 20

Nicole Cring finished with 15 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks as the visiting Redskins capped a 10-0 run in Center State Conference play.

Cring had 11 points in the first half, helping Cooperstown to a 29-10 lead.

The Redskins (16-2) received 10 rebounds and six steals from Alannah Haggerty. Lexi Bloomfield had eight points for Cooperstown, which will learn its seed for the Section Three Class C tournament Wednesday.

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