Schenevus 64, CV-S 24
In a matchup of Tri-Valley League East Division leaders, visiting Schenevus received respective 18- and 17-point nights from Sarah Mellor and Sierra Bentley en route to a lopsided victory.
“Schenevus played well tonight and we didn’t play our game,” Cherry Valley-Springfield coach Tim Dubben said.
Bentley had seven points in the first quarter as Schenevus bolted to a 17-6 lead. Mellor scored all but two of her points in the first half, which ended with the Dragons ahead, 29-8.
Both teams came into the night with three league losses.
Maddie Archer had six points for CV-S (11-5, 8-4), which will host Richfield Springs on Friday.
Morris 34, G-MU 24
Haley Wist scored 11 points to lead state-ranked Morris to a road victory in the Tri-Valley League.
The Mustangs (11-4, 7-4) took an 18-10 lead into halftime, but Gilbertsville-Mount Upton (2-13, 1-10) cut its deficit to four points with 1:24 left.
“We were in this until the end,” said Raiders coach Jim Johnson, whose team made all five of its field goals in a 10-point third quarter and shot 14-for-16 from the foul line overall. “We were down, 28-24, with the ball, but they got a few long rebounds. We were right there and ready to go.”
Meghan Meers went 9-for-10 from the foul line en route to 11 points for G-MU, which visits Franklin on Wednesday.
Davenport 55, Windham 23
Sarah Haight scored a game-high 25 points to lead visiting Davenport to a Delaware League victory.
Jenna Lutz contributed 11 points for the Wildcats (10-3, 9-1), who outscored Windham, 27-6, in the second half.
“We hung with them for one half and showed a lot of improvement and heart,” Warriors coach Jim Todaro said, “but we gave up fastbreak chances to Haight in the second half and she knocked them down.”
Mallory Grunenthal’s nine points paced Windham (0-14, 0-12), which received nine rebounds and seven blocks from Katie Pelham.
Windham celebrates Senior Night on Monday against visiting Downsville.
BOWLINGat Fox Bowling Center
Rich Langstaff’s 209 game helped Afton to a 4-0 Midstate Athletic Conference victory over Hancock.
Sam Rogalski rolled a 150 game for Afton’s girls, who lost, 4-0.
Both teams will compete in the MAC Championships on Tuesday at Sunset Lanes.