Zenir, who also had 10 rebounds, scored 13 points in the first half. Lawson finished with five steals for the Wildcats.
Cierra Ralph paced Worcester with eight points.
Milford (7-4, 4-3) will host Morris today.
Davenport 60, Windham 18
Jenna Lutz had 27 points and 10 rebounds to lead host Davenport to a Delaware League victory.
Sarah Haight contributed 11 points, 10 steals and seven assists for the Wildcats (5-3, 4-1), who will travel to Andes on Thursday.
Katie Pelham had eight points to lead Windham.
Franklin 54, Gilboa 20
Marisa Cawley and Jordan Beers had 26 and 20 points, respectively, to lead Franklin to a convincing victory in the championship game of the Margaretville Tournament on Saturday.
Cawley also had 17 rebounds.
Beers, the tournament’s MVP, scored 10 points in the first quarter as the Purple Devils took an 18-2 lead. Cawley, an all-tournament selection, had eight points in the first period.
“Gilboa is a decent team,” Franklin coach Mike Dutcher said. “We had a game plan going in to try to minimize the touches of (Kendall) Thorington and the stop the penetration from Oliver girl. I think defensively, we met our two goals and that’s why we got out to the big lead.”
Beers passed former Harpursville standout Lindsay Kimmel to move into ninth place on Section Four all-time scoring list for girls basketball. Beers has 2,092 points. Kimmel graduated in 2007 with 2,082 points.
Beers, a senior, needs 50 points to become the all-time leading scorer among Daily Star circulation area players. Erica Knolhoff, a 1999 Windham graduate, tops the list with 2,141 points.
Mariah McNeilly also made the all-tournament team for Franklin (7-0), which will host once-beaten Schenevus tonight.
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Senior Caryn Balnis rolled a program-record 277 game, but Oneonta High fell, 3-2, to Susquehanna Valley in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference match.
Balnis’ 277 eclipses the mark of 268 she set earlier this season, OHS coach Mark Smithling said.