Robert Burton’s 10-point night included an 8-for-8 showing at the free throw line for Schenevus (5-9, 5-7), which will host Cherry Valley-Springfield on Monday for its Senior Appreciation game.
Gilboa 64, Jefferson 36
Zak Perry, Darren Blain and Hunter Grace scored in double digits for Gilboa, which won at home in the Delaware League.
Perry had a team-high 11 points, nine of which came in a first half that ended with Gilboa leading, 42-10. Blain and Hunter contributed 10 points apiece, and William Miller grabbed nine rebounds to go with eight points.
The Wildcats host Roxbury on Friday.
Jefferson’s John Quagliano scored a game-high 19 points for the J-Hawks.
Roxbury 64, Downsville 32
Eric Shultis scored 23 points to lead Roxbury to a road win in the Delaware League.
Dakota Caronia and Derek Cowan contributed 12 and nine points, respectively, for the Rockets, who converted 15 of 20 free throws.
Billy Smith had 16 points and seven rebounds in the season finale for Downsville (4-13, 3-10).
Oxford 32, Walton 25
Walton’s Cortney Miller had a game-high 11 points as the visiting Warriors lost in the opening round of the MAC 9-12 Tournament.
Oxford, which was paced by Megan Golden’s 10 points, advances to host Delhi in the 9-12 final. Walton will travel to Deposit for the consolation. Both games will be Tuesday.
Cooperstown 3, F-S 0
Katie Booan had 26 assists and six kills to lead eighth-seeded host Cooperstown to a 25-16, 25-20, 25-21 sweep of No. 9 Frankfort-Schuyler in the opening round of the Section Three Class C Tournament.
Carolin Leonard contributed 11 kills and Erin Hascup had 18 digs for the Redskins (10-5), who will visit Tully in the next round at 6 p.m. today.
Frankfort-Schuyler finished its season at 7-10.