Liverpool won the team title with 352 points, followed by Watertown (275) and West Genesee (212).
Aaron Idelson, who won the Class C diving championships on Feb. 16, made the final 12 on Saturday and finished 10th in the Section Three finals with a score of 322. Nick Rodriguez of Mexico won the event with a 522.75.
Cooperstown broke two other school records.
Zenir broke Sean Mebust’s record in the 500 freestyle. Mebust’s record, set last year was 5:17.26. Zenir swam a 5:16.50, good for 11th in the meet.
The 400 freestyle relay team of Zenir, Eamonn Maguire, Erik Mebust and Sean Mebust finished in 3:33.84, ninth overall, and about three seconds better than the school record it set last week.
Section Three C-1
Cooperstown will play a Section Three Class C-1 semifinal at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Onondaga Community College.
The top-seeded Redskins (17-2) will play No. 4 Herkimer (11-8) in the first of two C-1 semifinals at OCC’s Allyn Gym. Second-seeded Thousand Islands (16-2) and No. 3 Little Falls (15-4) will follow at 7:45 p.m.
Tickets cost $5 and will be good for both C-1 semifinals, as well as the C-2 semifinals that will run at the same times in OCC’s SRC Arena. The C-2 semifinals feature top-seeded Fabius-Pompey (19-0) against No. 5 West Canada (13-6) at 6 p.m., followed by No. 2 Weedsport (16-3) and third-seeded Onondaga (14-5) at 7:45 p.m.
Wednesday’s winners will advance to championship games Saturday at SRC Arena. The C-1 title game is slated for 4:30 p.m. Saturday, two hours after the C-2 final starts.
Saturday’s winners will play for the overall Section Three Class C championship on Feb. 28 at Syracuse University’s Carrier Dome.
Note: Cooperstown coach Mike Niles was misidentified as Mike Cring _ the school’s secondary principal _ in the Weekend Edition of The Daily Star because of a reporter’s error. Cring’s daughter Nicole plays for Niles.