Milford (11-0, 7-0) will host Edmeston (11-0, 7-0) on Friday in a battle of Tri-Valley League unbeatens.
Jacob Grover had six points for Worcester (6-5, 5-2), which will host Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Wednesday.
Gilboa 65, Downsville 37
Hunter Grace scored 17 of his game-high 26 points in the first half to help Gilboa to a Delaware League victory at home.
Teammate Zach Perry contributed 18 points and amassed 13 rebounds for the Wildcats who led, 33-21, at halftime.
James Eck paced Downsville with 11 points, including three three-pointers.
Gilboa (6-2, 4-1) will host Roxbury on Wednesday.
Jefferson 60, H-T 53
Michael Greiner scored eight of his 20 points in the fourth quarter to help host Jefferson erase a 10-point deficit and earn a Delaware League victory.
With 2:48 left in the fourth quarter, Greiner completed a three-point play at the foul line to give Jefferson the lead for keeps.
The J-Hawks sealed with 14 seconds left. Caleb Lapinel stole an inbound pass before converting a three-point play that gave Jefferson a six-point lead.
Hunter Minalga had 15 points and James Quagliano finished with 11 for the J-Hawks.
Dylan Legg paced Hunter-Tannersville with a game-high 23 points, and teammate Jordan Radcliffe contributed 14.
Jefferson (2-9) will host South Kortright on Wednesday.
Davenport 64, Windham 32
Kyle Moorby scored 12 points and Michael Libby finished with 11 to lead Davenport to a Delaware League victory at home.
Teammates Josh Davi and Matthew Finne contributed 10 points apiece for the Wildcats, who trailed by two after one quarter.
“We came out sort of flat, but the guys really came back,” Davenport coach Lee Fisher said.
David Saunders and Luke Rasmussen led Windham with 10 points each.
Davenport (9-0) will play at Downsville on Wednesday.
Owego 71, Unatego 52
Tanner Winchester scored a game-high 20 points, including four three-pointers, but visiting Unatego fell in a non-league game.
Winchester and teammate Kellen Komenda combined for 12 points in the second quarter for the Spartans, who trailed, 37-30, at halftime. Komenda finished with 13 points.
“They were extremely balanced and they really hurt us on the boards,” said Unatego coach Cal Locke, whose team lost, 64-63, to Owego earlier this season.
Will Gladney led Owego with 17 points, and teammates Brandon Hathaway and Zane Paradies finished with 15 and 13 points, respectively.
Unatego (5-5, 5-0) will play at Harpursville on Wednesday.