Elissa Starheim’s triple-double of 16 points, 11 rebounds and 16 blocks paced the J-Hawks (4-7, 4-6), who visit Andes on Monday.
Downsville 47, Windham 15
Kaileen Townsend had a game-high 12 points and eight steals to lead Downsville to a home victory in the Delaware League.
The Eagles used a 18-2 run in the third quarter to pull away.
“We came out and were more aggressive in the third quarter defensively, which led to some easy buckets,” said Downsville coach Courtney Hoyt, whose team held a 16-8 lead at the half.
Mallory Grunenthal and Keily Linger had five points apiece for Windham.
Downsville hosts Gilboa on Monday.
UV 39, Greene 31
Unadilla Valley overcame a sluggish offensive night to earn an important road victory in the Midstate Athletic Conference as the Storm (11-1) improved to 8-0 in league plat to clinch a spot in the MAC 1-4 Tournament.
Amanda Off scored 14 points, including eight in a 13-9 first quarter, and Jordan Anderson contributed 13 for UV, which has two MAC games left.
“Offensively, we were not very effective tonight,” UV coach Brandi Backus said. “But give them credit; they took us out of our comfort zone.”
The Storm host Bainbridge-Guilford on Wednesday.
Kaitlyn Gorton’s 10 points paced Greene (8-5), which visits Delhi on Wednesday.
B-G 36, Sidney 33
Morgan Bullis had a game-high 17 points, including seven in a 13-3 fourth quarter that led the Bobcats to a MAC victory on the road.
Bullis also grabbed 12 rebounds for Bainbridge-Guilford, which received nine points from Abbey Smith.
“It was a game of spurts and they made the last run in the fourth quarter to get the win,” said Sidney coach Brad Aldrich, whose team led, 14-5, after one quarter and outscored the Bobcats, 13-5, in the third. B-G also had a 13-3 edge in the second period.
Kelsey Decker scored 13 points to lead Sidney (3-11, 3-6), which visits Oxford on Wednesday.