Taylor Krom contributed eight points in the victory.
Kaitlin Haynes had a game-high 15 points for Delhi (0-11), which will travel to Hancock on Tuesday.
Schenevus 56, Milford 53
Sierra Bentley, Sarah Mellor and Taylor Spranger scored 10 points apiece as host Schenevus won in the Tri-Valley League.
Karly Cairo and Ceara Marlow had eight points apiece for the Dragons (4-3, 4-2), who trailed, 20-10, after one quarter.
“We went to man-to-man,” Schenevus coach Tim Walke said of his team’s 18-5 run in the second quarter. “We started in a box-and-one on Addy (Lawson) and they were pounding ball in the paint. Then we went man-to-man and it was a tight game all the way through.”
Mataiah Waters had 13 points and Lawson finished with 11 for Milford.
Schenevus will host Cherry Valley-Springfield on Tuesday.
Franklin 56, G-MU 33
Marisa Cawley and Jordan Beers combined for 38 points as unbeaten Franklin cruised to a Tri-Valley League road victory.
Cawley had a game-high 22 points.
“She’s the real deal, too” Gilbertsville-Mount Upton coach Jim Johnson said of Cawley, a 6-footer. “Jordan’s so unselfish. We held her to 16 points, but we didn’t do anything to stop her. She just saw it was Marisa’s night.”
G-MU trailed, 16-14, after one quarter before Franklin outscored the Raiders, 33-7, over the middle quarters.
Nikki Savarese had nine points for G-MU (3-6, 2-4), which will travel to Edmeston on Tuesday.
Morris 40, RS 12
Amanda Flint and Kelsea Webster had 10 and nine points, respectively, to lead host Morris in the Tri-Valley League.
Alexis Forgit contributed eight points for the Mustangs (7-1, 6-0), who will host Franklin on Wednesday.
Kaity Richvalsky had five points to lead Richfield Springs.
CV-S 38, Worcester 24
Maddie Archer scored nine of her game high 14 points in the fourth quarter as host Cherry Valley-Springfield pulled away in the Tri-Valley League.