Maddy Zenir and Taylor Olmsted had 14 points apiece for Milford.
Oneonta 67, Windsor 24
Seven Oneonta High players scored at least five points as the unbeaten Yellowjackets cruised to a Southern Tier Athletic Conference victory at home.
Gabby Richardson’s 11 points led the way. Brittney Herrick contributed 10 points and 17 rebounds, and Rachel Wessells finished with 10 points. Maria DiMartin had eight points, and Madison Miller finished with seven points, 11 rebounds, seven steals and four blocks.
Meg Burns and Mariah Ruff had seven and five points, respectively.
Seven players scored for the Yellowjackets as they took a 17-2 lead after one quarter.
OHS coach Matt Miller said it was nice to see post players Herrick, Miller, Burns and Richardson have big nights.
“We certainly want to establish more of a post presence,” Miller said. “It was good to see them get some reps in live action. All four post players put up good numbers for us.”
OHS (5-0, 4-0) will travel to Chenango Forks on Monday.
Gilboa 46, Stamford 41
Makayla Foster scored 16 points to lead four Gilboa players who scored at least eight points as the Wildcats won on the road in the Delaware League.
Stamford, which trailed by 14 points in the third quarter, took the lead midway through the fourth quarter on a basket by Kimi Freer, but Foster scored nine of her points in the final quarter to help Gilboa pull away. Foster went 3-for-4 from the line over the final eight minutes.
Shelby Oliver contributed 10 points, and Skylie Roberts and Kendall Thorington had eight points apiece for the Wildcats.
Freer finished with a game-high 19 points. She also grabbed 10 rebounds. Nora Hager’s 11-point night included three three-pointers for the Indians (2-2), who will host Downsville tonight.
Morris 42, Worcester 24
Haley Wist scored a game-high14 points and unbeaten Morris’ defense held visiting Worcester to single-digit outputs in all four quarters during a Tri-Valley League victory.