Natalie Vanderlaan-Meyering contributed nine points for OHS, which will host Norwich on Friday.
H-T 47, Andes 33
Ten of Sarah Murin’s game-high 22 points came during a 22-4 third-quarter run that lifted visiting Hunter-Tannersville to a Delaware League victory.
Taylor Firmalino contributed seven of her nine points in the third quarter for the Wildcats, who extended an nine-point halftime lead to 47-20 heading into the fourth quarter.
Taylor Dart had 11 points and Rae Goss contributed 12 rebounds for H-T, which will play Gilboa in a first-round game of the Margaretville Tournament on Friday.
Jade Likaker had 10 points to lead Andes (1-1, 1-1), which will play the host school in a first-round game of the Margaretville Tournament on Friday.
G-MU 44, Deposit 23
Whitney Gilbert scored six of her 10 points in the first quarter as host Gilbertsville-Mount Upton raced to a 20-5 lead en route to a non-league victory.
Mackenzie Talbot scored a game-high 12 points and had five steals for the Raiders, who had six players score in the first quarter.
“We have 10 kids who can play, so the stats spread out,” G-MU coach Jim Johnson said.
Tayler Nichols and Nikki Savarese contributed seven points apiece for G-MU (2-1), which will travel to Richfield Springs on Wednesday.
Davenport 33, Roxbury 27
Four of Sarah Haight’s game-high 12 points came in the fourth quarter to help host Davenport pull away for a Delaware League victory.
The Wildcats (2-0, 1-0) trailed by four at halftime before outscoring the Rockets, 17-7, in the second half.
“We switched (our defense) a little bit in the second half and that helped,” Davenport coach Ray Preston said. “I was pleased with our second-half defense.”
Cassie Wubbenhorst and Jenna Lutz scored six points apiece for Davenport, which will play at Windham on Tuesday.
Allyce McIntosh, Shannon Sprague and Kennedy Faraci had six points apiece for Roxbury.