Before Mannina’s three pointer, Unatego had not scored in the fourth quarter.
“Several times it didn’t appear that things were going to go our way,” Bonczkowski said, “but our kids battled through adversity and found a way.”
Corbin led Windsor with 14 points.
Mannina had nine points for Unatego (10-2, 7-0), which is at Hancock on Friday.
SK 52, Roxbury 41
Fifteen of Kayla Craft’s game-high 21 points came as the unbeaten Rams built a 12-point halftime lead en route to a Delaware League win at home.
“She did a nice job inside and outside again,” SK coach Josh Burroughs said of Craft, who also had nine rebounds.
Kayla Warycha scored eight points and served as the chaser in SK’s box-and-one defense on Kennedy Faraci. Warycha held Faraci to eight points.
“She did a solid job defensively,” Burroughs said.
Miquela Hanselman had 11 rebounds and six points, and Brianna Laing finished with 10 points and seven rebounds for SK (12-0, 10-0), which will travel to once-beaten Davenport on Thursday.
Allyce McIntosh led Roxbury with 12 points.
Margaretville 62, Andes 50
Annette Hogan and Tess Svoboda had 19 and 18 points, respectively, to lead visiting Margaretville to a Delaware League victory.
Hogan and Svoboda combined for 18 points during a 25-8 run in the second quarter that turned an eight-point deficit into a 33-24 halftime lead. Hogan, who finished with six assists, had 10 points in the quarter.
Sami Hunt contributed 13 rebounds for the Blue Devils.
Shianne Coss scored her varsity high of 24 points to lead the Mountaineers. Coss also grabbed 10 rebounds for Andes, which received 12 points from Sam Falco.
Andes (1-10, 1-9) will host Jefferson on Monday.
Davenport 48, H-T 35
Jenna Lutz scored a team-high 13 points as visiting Davenport won in the Delaware League.
“They did a better job driving the ball inside,” Hunter-Tannersville coach Nate Jones said. “They went to line 23 times, and we didn’t get nearly as many foul shots. They had 14 foul shots in the second half. They took it to the hole, and got us in foul trouble.”