Delhi is off until Jan. 4, when it hosts Harpursville.
Davenport 48, Laurens 42
Tournament MVP Kyle Moorby scored a game-high 16 points, leading host Davenport to victory in the championship game of the Lee Fisher Tournament.
All-tournament selection Matthew Finne contributed nine points for the Wildcats, who outscored Laurens, 19-15, in the second half.
Mitchell Barra scored 12 points to lead the Leopards, who received three three-pointers and 11 points from all-tournament selection Ryan Holmes.
Davenport is off until Jan. 7, when it hosts a non-conference game against Delaware League rival South Kortright.
Worcester 59, Jefferson 50
J.T. Horne had 17 points and Devin Adams scored 14 to lead Worcester to a victory in the consolation game of the Lee Fisher Tournament at Davenport.
Anthony Hewitt contributed 10 points for the Wolverines (2-4), who secured the victory with the help of reserve guard Derek Pross. He made 5 of 6 free throws in the fourth quarter, when Worcester outscored the J-Hawks, 18-11.
James Reeves’ game-high 23 points included six three-point field goals. He hit four straight threes during a 19-15 third quarter in favor of the J-Hawks (0-5), who tied the score at 39 but never took the lead.
“He was feeling it,” Worcester coach Jim Kenyon said of all-tournament selection Reeves. “He didn’t score the rest of the game, but he was lighting it up. We scored the first six or seven points of the third quarter and I thought the game was over. Then all of a sudden, he hit four in a row. That’s when I called time out.”
Horne made three threes for Worcester, which got four from all-tournament pick Adams.
The Wolverines are off until Jan. 4, when they host Richfield Springs for a Tri-Valley League game.
Cooperstown 51, Camden 47
Sumer Murdock hit five three-pointers en route to a game-high 27 points as host Cooperstown (6-0, 2-0) outlasted Camden in a non-league game.