Heath’s two three-pointers and a 2-for-2 showing at the foul line helped the Crimson Knights pull away after entering the fourth quarter tied at 39.
“He can really shoot the ball,” said Schenevus coach Kerry Mason of Heath.
Afton also received 13 and 11 points, respectively, from tournament MVP Kyle Hinman and Matt Olin. Teammate Joe Shearer finished with 10.
All-tournament selection Robert Burton scored nine of his game-high 21 points in the first quarter, helping the Dragons to a 29-26 lead at halftime. Burton finished with five three-pointers.
Corey Roseboom contributed eight points for Schenevus (1-8), which will host Franklin on Friday.
Windham 73, Hancock 43
David Saunders scored 14 of his varsity-high 27 points in the second quarter as Windham cruised in the consolation game of the Schenevus Tournament.
Trailing by a point after one quarter, the Warriors outscored Hancock, 25-13, in the second quarter.
Saunders also had 20 rebounds.
“He had 17 defensive rebounds and that allowed us to push the ball up the floor,” Windham coach Joel Middleton said of Saunders.
Majd Ismail scored 22 points, including a 9-for-12 showing from the free throw line, for Windham (3-4), which will travel to Davenport today.
Eli Holton had 16 points for Hancock.