Mariah Crawford had a game-high 14 points for the sixth-seeded Trojans (12-5) of the Interscholastic Athletic Conference, who outscored UV, 17-8, in the third period.
Sierra Henry had 13 points and Mariyah Bird scored 10 for Newfield, which will visit third-seeded Harpursville on Saturday for a sectional quarterfinal.
CLASS DMorris 47, Davenport 37
Haley Wist finished with a game-high 16 points and a team-best 12 rebounds to lead 11th-seeded Morris to a upset victory over No. 6 host Davenport in a Section Four Class D Tournament opener.
Wist had six points, including a 4-for-6 effort from the foul line, in the fourth quarter, when the Mustangs of the Tri-Valley League outscored the co-Delaware League champion Wildcats, 14-6.
‘‘She’s the one you can’t put on the line,’’ Davenport coach Ray Preston said.
McKenna Hungerford had 11 points and Lexi Bookhout and Alexis Forgit contributed 10 apiece for Morris, which rallied from a 25-23 deficit at halftime.
Hungerford, Bookhout and Forgit also grabbed eight rebounds apiece.
Jenna Lutz amassed a team-best 15 points and a game-high 13 rebounds for Davenport, which ended its season at 13-5.
SC 57, Laurens 36
Courtney Sherry scored a game-high 13 points, but 16th-seeded Laurens fell to top-seeded Southern Cayuga of the Interscholastic Athletic Conference in the opening round of the Section Four Class D Tournament.
Emily Kopp scored 10 of her 12 points in the first half for the Chiefs (16-2), who held a 34-16 lead at the break.
“A lot of her points came in transition,” SC coach Ed Heslop said. “Tonight, she was the person on the break.”
Adrianne Torea contributed 10 points for SC, which received nine from Sydney Cullen and eight apiece from Jessie Kopp and Alex Hetherington.
Lindsay Laing had seven points for the Tri-Valley League’s Leopards, whose season ended at 10-8.
Southern Cayuga will host ninth-seeded Afton in a sectional quarterfinal at 7 p.m. Saturday.