Maddie Archer and Olivia Hull each contributed 10 points for CV-S, which will play South Kortright or Downsville in a sectional quarterfinal Saturday.
Megan Hunter scored 12 points to lead Hancock.
Schenevus 54, H-T 31
Sierra Bentley scored a game-high 17 points, including three three-pointers, to lead host fourth-seeded Schenevus to a first-round victory in the Section Four Class D Tournament.
‘‘She’s pretty consistent,’’ Schenevus coach Tim Walke said of Bentley, who scored eight points in the first half.
Sarah Mellor had 11 of her 15 points in the first half as Schenevus took a 29-16 advantage into the break. Mellor also grabbed a team-best 10 rebounds for Schenevus (14-4), which will host fifth-seeded Milford in an all-Tri-Valley League sectional quarterfinal Saturday.
Milford edged Schenevus by one game for the Tri-Valley League East Division championship earlier this month.
Taylor Firmalino scored 14 points and Sam Dibbell contributed nine for Hunter-Tannersville (9-8), which entered the tournament as the No. 13 seed.
Milford 49, Gilboa 35
Maddy Zenir scored a game-high 18 points to lead fifth-seeded host Milford to a first-round win in the Section Four Class D Tournament.
Zenir had Milford’s first eight points, helping the Wildcats to a 13-4 lead after one quarter.
“She didn’t get too many short ones,” Milford coach Jim Weir said.
Mataiah Waters scored eight points, including two threes, for the Wildcats, who got eight assists from Kaley Chase and eight rebounds from Taylor Olmsted. Addy Lawson returned from an injury suffered during Milford’s T-V championship loss to Franklin and had five assists and two points in limited minutes.
Milford (14-5) will travel to fourth-seeded Schenevus on Saturday for a sectional quarterfinal.
Downsville at SK
Wednesday’s first-round sectional game between Delaware League rivals Downsville and host South Kortright was rescheduled to 6 p.m. today. Downsville (9-8) is seeded 15th. Delaware League co-champion South Kortright (17-0) is the No. 2 seed.