Fallon and DeVries, who grabbed eight rebounds apiece, each scored 10 points apiece in the Panthers’ 27-3 first quarter.
Ryan Morlock and Cameron Hill paced Morris with 10 points each.
Edmeston (5-0, 3-0) plays at Laurens on Thursday.
Worcester 56, CV-S 47
Wyatt Crowley’s free throw with 5 seconds left tied the score at 44, but host Cherry Valley-Springfield fell in overtime in the Tri-Valley League.
“We just couldn’t finish in overtime,” said CV-S coach Terry Brant, whose team was outscored, 12-3, in the extra period.
Devin Adams and Tim Mould finished with 18 points apiece for the Wolverines, who benefited from an 8-for-12 showing from the foul line in overtime.
Dustin Collins contributed 12 points for the Patriots (1-3, 0-2), who host Schenevus on Friday.
RS 60, SS 46
Tommy Worobey finished with a game-high 21 points, including four three-pointers, to lead host Richfield Springs to a non-league victory.
Kyler Mower contributed 13 points and Roman Hula finished with 11 for the Indians, who amassed 27 points from three-point range.
“We’re a real young team and we can shoot from time to time,” RS coach Bill Stevens said.
Gregg Ovellette and Tyler Bainchine paced Sharon Springs with 14 points apiece.
Richfield Springs (2-0, 1-0) will play a Tri-Valley League game at Worcester on Friday.
Davenport at H-T
Davenport athletic director Cheryl Butler said via email that Tuesday’s Delaware League game at Hunter-Tannersville was postponed. The game, she said, has been tentatively rescheduled for tonight.
GIRLS BASKETBALLUnatego 43, G-MU 30
Marissa Woodard scored a game-high 23 points on 10 field goals and a 3-for-3 effort at the foul line to lead visiting Unatego (2-1) to a non-league victory.
“She just dominates inside,” G-MU coach Jim Johnson said. “She’s a big girl who’s pretty agile and has some nice moves. We got it down to six points and she just took over. She’s tough to stop.”
Mackenzie Talbot scored 12 points and Tayler Nichols had 10 for the Raiders (1-4), who visit Morris on Friday.