T-V West Division champion Edmeston (16-2) will play the East winner in the crossover at 5 p.m. Friday at Oneonta State. Edmeston athletic director Mike Clark said Tuesday that the Panthers fell, 4-0, to Harpursville in a non-league game. No other details were available at press time.
Cooperstown 27, M-E 1
Maggie Hall hit three over-the-fence home runs, including a grand slam in the seventh, to lead visiting Cooperstown to a road rout that clinched the Center State Conference Division III title.
Hall, who extended her single-season program record to 10 home runs, finished 3-for-5 with nine RBIs.
Winning pitcher Nicole Cring hit two homers over the fence and doubled in a 4-for-5 effort. Cring (16-0), who has seven homers this season, also struck out 11, walked none and allowed five hits in six scoreless innings.
Allannah Haggerty contributed two hits and six RBIs for Cooperstown (17-0, 11-0), which clinched the division crown with one regular-season game remaining. Cooperstown, which has beaten second-place Hamilton twice this season, visits Sauquoit Valley on Thursday.
Oneonta 7, CV 2
Erin Mushtare went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and two runs to lead Oneonta to Southern Tier Athletic Conference road win on the road.
Sophomore Brieanna Baker struck out 10 and walked three for the Yellowjackets, who pounded out 16 hits.
Amy Hait opened the scoring with a two-run single that scored Cami Cleaveland and Mushtare with two out in the first inning.
Cleaveland scored the decisive run in the fourth off a hard single by Mushtare that beat the Chenango Valley shorstop.
Brianna Haines and Shelby Cleavaland (RBI) finished with three hits apiece for OHS, which received a double, a single and an RBI from Maria DiMartin.
Oneonta (16-1, 15-1) is tied for first place in the STAC East Division with Windsor, which handed the Yellowjackets a 1-0 loss earlier this season. OHS coach Randy Brockway said his team will play a non-leaguer against New Hartford next week.