Senior center Mitchel Couch returned to the lineup after missing about a month. Couch scored seven points.
“He gave us quality minutes, but he is still working his way back into game shape,” Mackey said.
Mykytyn finished with 15 points – five more than Thompson.
The Yellowjackets (5-7, 2-5) will play host to Windsor on Thursday.
Sidney 54, Delhi 30
Visiting Sidney opened the second half on a 21-6 run and cruised to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Damian Zimmer scored 13 points and Bill Kozak contributed 11 for the Warriors.
“We were not ready for their defensive intensity to start the second half,” Delhi coach Warren Kelly said. “The open looks we were getting in the first half were contested by them in second half.”
Brandon Simonds scored 13 points for Delhi (5-5, 2-4), which will travel to Hancock on Tuesday.
UV 65, Afton 26
Justin Hofer scored seven of his game-high 18 points during a 22-5 second quarter that helped host Unadilla Valley to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Hofer also had seven rebounds. Nick White scored all six of his points in the second quarter.
Bryant Maynard contributed nine points – one more than teammates Nate Mackey, David Dufresne and Hank de Glee. Dufrense also had 12 rebounds for the Storm (6-5, 5-1), who will travel to Harpursville on Wednesday.
Joe Schearer and Ben Schearer had eight points apiece to lead Afton.
Worcester 50, CV-S 47
J.T. Horne scored a game-high 22 points to lead host Worcester to an upset in the Tri-Valley League.
“This is a great win for our program,” Worcester coach Jim Kenyon said of his 3-5 squad. “The kids did everything we asked of them tonight offensively and we gave great effort defensively and on the boards.”
Horne made both ends of a 1-and-1 with eight seconds to cap the scoring.
“I need to recognize our point guard, Anthony Hewitt,” Kenyon said. “He did a great job of directing the offense for us.”