The Patriots closed on a 17-4 run.
“We came out with a little more intensity on defense in the fourth quarter and executed on the offensive end,” CV-S coach Terry Dubben said.
Jamie Thompson had seven points to lead Worcester.
CV-S (6-4, 4-2) will travel to Schenevus on Tuesday.
Edmeston 34, Laurens 33
Host Edmeston outscored Laurens, 12-2, from the free throw line en route to a Tri-Valley League victory Friday.
Shelby McCall and Kelsey Bresett had eight points apiece for the Panthers, outscored the Leopards, 16-13, in the fourth quarter.
Taylor Kessler had a game-high 10 points for Laurens.
Edmeston (5-5, 2-4) will host Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Tuesday.
at 20th Century Lanes
John Gorshack rolled a 600 series that included a 258 game to lead Sidney to a 3-1 Midstate Athletic Conference victory over Bainbridge-Guilford on Friday.
Bryant Gray contributed games of 210 and 214 for the Warriors. Zach Newman threw a 605 series to lead B-G.
Sidney’s girls won, 4-0. They were led by Marina Mazzarella’s 576 series that included a 202 game.
Amanda Decker rolled a 206 for B-G.
Sidney travels to Hancock on Wednesday.
Keith Thayer’s team-best 477 series included a 173 as Cooperstown’s boys lost, 5-0, at New York Mills on Friday.
Section Four Meet
Windham swept the boys and girls giant slalom races in a Section Four Meet on Friday at Plattekill Mountain.
Brandon Cohane of Windham placed first on the boys side, beating teammate Malcom Seamans by .78 seconds. Windham skiers took three of the top four spots.
Cayley Woodbeck of Windham and Kaelie VanLoan of Roxbury tied for first on the girls side with a time of 32.36. Windham’s Natalie Vining took third (32.62).
The next race is Tuesday at Belleayre.
Section Four Meet
Oneonta High’s Ben Gollin took first in the 1,000-meter boys run with a time of 2:38.82 during a non-scoring Section Four Age-Group Meet on Saturday at Cornell University.