Lakeisha Allen’s seven points paced the Lumberjacks (1-9 MAC), who got five steals from Haley Linkroum.
Walton is at Hancock on Friday.
Greene 52, Delhi 31
Kaitlin Haynes scored 11 points, but host Delhi lost in the MAC.
Haynes hit 7 of 10 free throws for the Bulldogs (1-14), who faced a 27-13 deficit at halftime.
Rebecca Smith’s game-high 15 points paced the Trojans, who received 13 from Kaitlyn Gorton and 12 from Jessica David.
Delhi visits Bainbridge-Guilford on Friday.
Davenport 51, Windham 15
Jenna Lutz had 13 points and 11 rebounds to lead Davenport to a home win in the Delaware League as Ray Preston earned his 614th coaching victory. Preston is five wins shy of tying retired Red Hook coach John Kuhn’s state record for all-time victories. Kuhn retired in 2010.
Sam Maidens scored eight of her 12 points in the first quarter, which ended with the Wildcats ahead, 26-0.
“We had a great start,” said Preston, whose team improved to 10-2 overall and 8-2 in the DL. “We made 11 baskets, had eight assists and seven people scored. I thought it was great team ball.”
Davenport, which played without the injured Sarah Haight (ankle), visits Stamford on Friday.
Franklin 62, Edmeston 32
Jordan Beers sank seven three-pointers en route to a game-high 29 points as unbeaten Franklin cruised to a Tri-Valley League win on the road.
Beers also had 12 assists and 10 rebounds for the Purple Devils (12-0, 10-0), who received 16 rebounds and 15 points from Marisa Cawley.
“You can’t just focus on Jordan because you have Cawley to deal with,” said Edmeston coach Russell McCall, whose team trailed, 33-11, at halftime. “We tried to keep Jordan at her 25-point average, but they shot well tonight and didn’t miss a whole lot.”
Savanna Fistrowicz’s nine points paced Edmeston, which hosts Morris on Tuesday.
Worcester 50, RS 25
Cassie Sklenka’s game-high 12 points included the Wolverines’ first three-pointer of the season as Worcester cruised to a Tri-Valley League win at home.