“A little bit,” Fisher said when asked if his team’s offense has picked up during the season. “We’re certainly taking the time to do more shooting. The kids are starting to build confidence in themselves and their teammates. Most of our shots were in the paint.”
Hunter Grace and Tyler Latta had 17 and 16 points, respectively, for Gilboa.
Davenport (5-7) will travel to Stamford at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
Margaretville 49, Roxbury 41
Kyle Short made five of Margaretville’s eight three-pointers to help the host Blue Devils to a Delaware League victory.
“We’re going to try to take what the defense gives us,” Margaretville coach Jeremey Marks said of team’s eight threes. “We had some good looks tonight. We needed them. It was a tough defensive game.”
Kyle Short scored a game-high 17 points, including three threes in the first quarter. Short also hit a three in the fourth quarter just after Roxbury had hit a three midway through the fourth quarter.
Cooper Reither finished with eight points and two threes, and Mitch Hull had eight points and eight rebounds for the Blue Devils (10-1, 7-1), who will host Jefferson a week from today.
Eric Shultis had 16 points to lead Roxbury.
SK 65, Windham 24
Trevor Holdridge and Dylan Cole scored 17 and 15 points, respectively, as South Kortright cruised to a Delaware League road win.
Eleven of Holdridge’s points game in the first half, which ended with the Rams up, 36-9.
David Sauders scored 13 for the Warriors (2-8, 2-8), who will host Jefferson in a non-leaguer Tuesday.
H-T 58, Downsville 36
Zach Mudge scored 34 points in leading Hunter-Tannersville to a road win in the Delaware League.
Downsville (1-9, 1-5) led, 22-21, at halftime. But Mudge scored 25 points in the second half.
Justin Baxter had 11 points to lead the Eagles, who will host Gilbertsville-Mount Upton in the rescheduled consolation game of the Downsville Tournament at 5 p.m. Saturday.