Bliss finished with seven strikeouts and one walk and combined on a one-hitter with Park Summers. Waterville’s lone hit came on a infield hit to short by Mike Oltmann with two outs in the sixth inning.
Jack Donnelly had three hits – including two doubles – and three RBIs, and Sawyer Haney went 2-for-3 for Cooperstown, (7-6, 6-4), which will travel to Morrisville-Eaton today.
Waterville (1-12) is 0-10 in league.
Greene 5, UV 4
Zach Lindow reached on an error, went to second on a sacrifice, to third on a groundout and scored on a wild pitch to give Greene a 5-4 lead and the host Trojans held on for a semifinal victory in the Midstate Athletic Conference 5-8 tournament.
Brendan Brooker went 2-for-3 and scored a run for Unadilla Valley (7-9), which received four strikeouts and no walks from Mason Alford in a seven-hitter.
The Storm will host Harpursville on Wednesday in the MAC 5-8 consolation game.
Greene will travel Hancock today in the 5-8 title game.
Deposit 1, Delhi 0
Brian Hannigan struck out 14, walked two and allowed four hits over eight innings, but host Delhi lost a first-round game of the Midstate Athletic Conference 9-12 tournament.
Brandon Macumber led off Deposit’s eighth with a single. Zach Decker then laid down a sacrifice bunt and reached on throwing error, leaving runners on second and third.
Zack Gifford then flew out to shallow center as the runners stayed put.
After Hannigan induced a popout to the catcher for the second out, he had a 1-2 count on Dan Babcock. He then threw a high fastball that bounced off of catcher Tyler Dugan’s glove, allowing Macumber to score on a passed ball.
“It was a really good game,” Delhi coach Fred Barkalow said. “Both pitchers had good breaking balls and they got ahead of hitters.”
Winning pitcher Austin Decker struck out four and walked one in a three-hitter.