Brandt McCall made eight saves for the Bobcats, who were outshot, 14-9.
Unatego (10-4-2) is off until the Section Four Class C Tournament, which begins next week.
Afton 2, Oxford 1
Conor Graven-Briggs scored twice, including the winner with two minutes left, as Afton closed its season with a home victory in the MAC fifth-place crossover.
Jeff Lawton gave Oxford a 1-0 lead in the first half, but Graven-Briggs tied it with 13 minutes left off a pass through the box from Joe DeVona.
Kyle Hinman made 12 saves for the Crimson Knights, whose 2-13-1 record marks the best Afton finish in a decade.
“Statistically, this is our best record in 10 years,” said fourth-year Afton coach Todd Dancesia, whose program went 0-16 in his first season, 2-14 in his second and 1-14-1 in his third.
Jake McConnell had 13 saves for Oxford, which was outshot, 29-20.
Gilboa 2, Davenport 1
Ben Standhart ended the game with 1:30 left in overtime as Gilboa earned a Delaware League victory on the road.
Standhart tapped in the winner from 5 yards after receiving a header from Christian Cooper. Hunter Grace’s corner kick set up Cooper’s header.
Davenport’s Mike Libby opened the scoring in the first minute, volleying in a corner-kick serve from Kyle Moorby. Grace tied the score on a 10-yard shot with 27 minutes left.
Gilboa (8-7, 4-5) will compete in the Section Four Class D Tournament next week.
B-G 3, UV 0
Morgan Bullis had five kills and four blocks to lead visiting Bainbridge-Guilford to a 25-23, 25-19, 25-21 Midstate Athletic Conference sweep of Unadilla Valley.
Nicole Mackey and Shannon McIntyre had six assists apiece for the Storm (9-6), which visits Hancock today.
The Bobcats improved to 13-3 this season.
Harpursville 3, Unatego 0
Kali Benedict had six aces for Unatego, which dropped a MAC match on the road, 25-12, 25-14, 25-22.
Megan Matts finished with 15 assists and Erika Whitney had 10 aces for the Hornets (15-0), who host Sidney on Friday.