Matthew Finne scored a game-high 15 points to lead host Davenport to a 53-40 Delaware League boys basketball victory over South Kortright on Monday.
Finne scored 13 points in the first half and finished 5-for-5 from the foul line.
“I think it was his best varsity game,” Davenport coach Lee Fisher said of Finne. “He did a great job getting to the line.”
Four other Wildcats scored at least eight points.
Kyle Moorby contributed 10 points, eight rebounds, three steals and two blocks for the Wildcats, who led, 22-16, at halftime.
Andre Dewitt keyed a 17-point third quarter for Davenport, scoring seven of his nine points to help the Wildcats to an 11-point lead going into the fourth quarter.
Josh Davi finished with 11 points, five of which came in the third quarter.
“It was pretty balanced with scoring,” said Fisher, who received eight points from Corey Hartman.
Ryan Sluiter paced South Kortright with 13 points, including six in the fourth quarter. Teammates Tyler Lamport and Tyler Faulk finished with nine points apiece for the Rams.
“It’s early and we have to cut back on turnovers,” Fisher said.
Davenport (2-0) will play at Delhi on Dec. 6.
Stamford 58, Roxbury 34
Glen Cioccari finished with a game-high 18 points and five steals to lead Stamford to a Delaware League victory at home.
Gregg Mattice contributed 14 points and 10 rebounds, and Geoff Mattice finished with six points and 10 rebounds for the Indians, who led by 15 at halftime.
Patrick Hanrahan paced Roxbury with 12 points.
Stamford (1-0) will host Harpursville on Dec. 2.
Downsville 47, Windham 37
Justin Baxter scored 14 points, and David Doig finished had 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead host Downsville to a Delaware League victory.
Baxter, who finished with four assists, led a 16-point second quarter with seven points to give the Eagles a 27-18 halftime lead. Billy Smith contributed 12 points for the Eagles.
Devin Drum and David Saunders finished with 15 and 14 points, respectively, for Windham, which led by three after the first quarter.
Downsville (1-0) will play the host school in the first round of the Delhi tournament today.
Margaretville 59, Jefferson 35
Kyle Short and Cooper Reither combined for all but six of Margaretville’s 27 first-quarter points as the visiting Blue Devils earned a Delaware League victory in the season-opener for both teams.
Short scored 11 of his game-high 22 points in the opening quarter, hitting three of his four three-pointers during the opening eight minutes. Reither hit two of his four three-pointers and finished with 10 of his 17 points in the first quarter as Margaretville opened a 27-3 lead.
“They can shoot, no question about that,” Jefferson coach Rick Cammer said of Short and Reither, who finished with four three-pointers apiece for the defending Delaware League champions.
James Quagliano had 11 points for the J-Hawks, who will play at South Kortright on Dec. 2.
Edmeston 59, Brookfield 49
Linton Wainright scored 10 of his game-high 19 points in the first quarter to lead host Edmeston to a non-league victory.
Teammate Logan Vibbard finished with 14 points, eight rebounds and seven steals for the Panthers, who also received eight points from Brandon Fallon.
Austin Head paced Brookfield with 11 points.
Edmeston (2-0) will visit Franklin a week from today.
Morris 55, Otselic Valley 29
Haley Wist and McKenna Hungerford had 12 and 11 points, respectively, to lead host Morris to a non-league victory.
Hungerford had nine points by halftime as the Mustangs took a 38-15 lead. Hungerford also had 10 rebounds. Wist finished with nine rebounds, and Lexi Bookhout contributed nine points and five steals.
Morris (2-0) will travel to Franklin on Dec. 6.
Oxford 36, Walton 28
Rachel Seiler scored six of her game-high 15 points during a 16-2 third-quarter run that lifted host Oxford to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory in the opener for both teams.
Seiler also had six assists and four rebounds.
Kelsey Smith led Walton with 10 points. Megan McNamara hit a 30-footer at the halftime buzzer to give the Warriors a 19-17 lead.
The Blackhawks will play at Greene on Dec. 6.