“I thought the kids did a really nice job of sharing the ball,” Unatego coach Greg Bonczkowski said. “There were nice passes by a number of individuals. We did a nice job of executing our zone offense and we got up and down the floor in transition.”
The Spartans figure to be tested Monday when they face Section Three power Cooperstown at home.
Cooperstown 47, Mohawk 22
Summer Murdock scored 11 points, including three three-pointers in the first half, and Nicole Cring had a game-high 17 points to lead visiting Cooperstown to a non-league victory in a matchup of Center State Conference teams.
Cring also had eight rebounds and three blocks.
The Redskins (2-0) visit Unatego on Monday.
“Monday will be a good early-season test for us,” Cooperstown coach Mike Niles said.
SK 51, Roxbury 36
Miquela Hanselman scored a game-high 19 points, including six free throws in the fourth quarter, to help visiting South Kortright to a Delaware League victory.
Hanselman’s night included a difficult three-pointer just before the halftime buzzer that gave the Rams a 23-16 lead heading into intermission.
“It was a great game,” Roxbury coach Lisa Faraci said. “It was a closer game that the score indicates. It was back-and-forth between six and eight points and not much more than that until the last minute.”
Kayla Craft had 14 points for the Rams, who have won the last two Section Four Class D titles. Teammates Tori Rockefeller and Sam Acuna contributed eight points apiece.
Kennedy Faraci had 14 points to lead the Rockets (1-2). Samantha Sprage, Allyce McIntosh and Kendall Sprague contributed six points each for Roxbury, which will travel to Jefferson on Tuesday.
Stamford 48, Windham 26
Cassie Ehrhart scored 14 of her game-high 17 points in the first half helping the host Indians an 18-point halftime lead and Stamford went on to a Delaware League victory.