Schenevus 51, Milford 34
Taylor Spranger scored six of her game-high 16 points during a 15-3 fourth-quarter run that lifted visiting Schenevus to a Tri-Valley League victory.
“We couldn’t make a shot,” Milford coach Jim Weir said of the fourth quarter.
Sarah Mellor contributed four of her 14 points in the final quarter for the Dragons (8-3), who improved to 8-2 in league play.
Addy Lawson had 11 points for Milford (8-5, 6-4), which will travel to Cherry Valley-Springfield on Tuesday.
Gilboa 44, Andes 24
Brooke Koerner had 12 points and 12 rebounds for host Gilboa, which pulled away in the second half en route to a Delaware League victory.
The Wildcats (8-6, 6-5) outscored Andes, 27-10, after halftime, including 11-3 in the third quarter. Koerner had six points in the third quarter.
Sara Coons and Makayla Foster had 14 and 10 points, respectively, for Gilboa, which will host South Kortright on Friday.
Shianne Coss had nine points for the Mountaineers.
Harpursville 64, Hancock 35
Fourteen of Miranda Drummond’s game-high 20 points came as Harpursville took a 18-2 lead and went on to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Savannah Murray contributed 18 points for the Hornets (12-2), who can clinch the third seed for MAC tournament with at Sidney on Friday.
H-T 39, Margaretville 35
Annette Hogan attempt at a tying basket with 3 seconds left hit both sides of the rim and fell out, allowing Hunter-Tannersville to escape with a Delaware League victory.
Hogan finished with a team-high 13 points and teammate Tess Svoboda had 10 points.
Sarah Murin led H-T with a game-high 16 points. Taylor Dart and Taylor Firmalino each contributed eight points for the Wildcats.
Margaretville (6-8, 5-6) will travel to Windham on Friday.
Walton 36, Deposit 35
Mikaelan Cucciarre-Stuligross scored the go-ahead basket with less than a minute left as Walton edged visiting Deposit in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Cucciarre-Stuligross’ short runner along the baseline capped her seven-point night, wich included four steals and four assists. Lacey Speidell scored all nine of her points on a varsity-best three three-pointers for the Warriors (3-11, 1-9), who received a varsity-high eight points from fellow sophomore Janine Velardi.