Maggie Hall had 11 of her 14 points, including three three-pointers, in the second quarter to help the Hawkeyes take a 35-10 lead at halftime.
SJ Morosko contributed 11 points for Cooperstown (12-5, 7-3), which received 12 rebounds and a season-high six blocks from Lucy Ford.
The Hawkeyes, who honored seniors Ford, Hall and Morosko, visit Camden on Monday.
Davenport 68, Margaretville 38
Sarah Haight scored a game-high 23 points to lead host Davenport to a victory in the Delaware League on Senior Night.
Ally More had a varsity-best 21 points and Jenna Lutz contributed 16 points for Davenport, which opened on a 16-2 run.
Davenport honored seniors Haight, Bailee Hymers, Jayra Blanton and Megan Keil. Blanton finished with a team-best 10 rebounds and Hymers and Keil scored four and two points, respectively, for the Wildcats (13-4, 12-2).
Sami Hunt finished with a team-high 12 points and a game-high 17 rebounds for Stamford, which received 10 points from Kaitlin Short.
Davenport will play undefeated South Kortright in the Delaware League championship game at 5:30 p.m. next Friday at SUNY Delhi.
SK 74, Andes 35
Tori Rockefeller and Lexi DuBois scored 18 points apiece to lead unbeaten South Kortright to a Delaware League win on the road.
Brianna Laing contributed 12 points and Savannah Hobbie had 10 for the Rams (16-0, 14-0), the New York State Sports Writers Association’s top Class D team in the state.
Shianne Coss’ 12 points paced the Mountaineers (2-14, 2-14), who faced a 37-18 halftime deficit in their season finale.
South Kortright will play Davenport for the Delaware League championship next Friday at SUNY Delhi.
Roxbury 57, Downsville 49
Stacey Sprague went 11-for-11 at the free throw line en route to a game-high 27 points as Roxbury won a road game in the Delaware League.
Jade Meehan contributed 12 points and Shannon Sprague had 10 for the Rockets, who took a 33-15 lead into halftime.
Kaileen Townsend’s 26 points paced the Eagles (8-8, 7-7), who received 10 points from Leigha LaTourette.