Abbey Smith scored 10 of her 12 points in the third quarter as Bainbridge-Guilford outscored Greene, 14-1, to take a 34-15 lead. Smith went 5 of 6 from the floor in the quarter.
Bainbridge-Guilford (9-4, 7-1) will host Sidney on Friday
Sierra Stoppkotte had a team-high seven points for Greene.
Sidney 49, Unatego 24
Kelsey Decker scored a game-high 14 points, including three threes, to lead host Sidney to a victory in the MAC.
Jolene Krom had 13 points, including three threes, and teammates Dawn Savino and Bethany Karl contributed 10 points apiece for Sidney (7-5, 7-0), which will travel to Bainbridge-Guilford on Friday.
Marissa Woodard scored a team-best 12 points for Unatego.
Stamford 45, Windham 19
Kimi Freer stuffed the stat sheet with 11 points, seven rebounds, five steals and four assists to lead host Stamford in the Delaware League.
Stamford trailed, 7-6, after one quarter. The Indians then outscored Windham, 13-0, in the second quarter. Freer had six points in the second quarter.
Brandy Fane contributed eight points for Stamford (7-5, 6-4), which will travel to Andes on Friday.
Mallory Grunenthal had seven points to lead Windham.
Schenevus 63, RS 35
Sierra Bentley’s 22 points paced three Schenevus players in double figures as the Dragons cruised to a Tri-Valley League win at home.
Bentley had four of Schenevus’ seven three-pointers.
Sarah Mellor, who hit three three-pointers, had 14 points, and Alyssa Turner contributed 11 points and 10 rebounds. Turner had eight points as Schenevus jumped to an 18-6 lead in the first quarter.
Ceara Marlow grabbed 15 rebounds for the Dragons (11-3, 7-3), who will travel to Cherry Valley-Springfield a week from Friday.
Vanessa Miller had eight points for Richfield Springs.
Delhi 55, Walton 23
Allison Hannigan and Kayla Spangenberg had 14 and 12 points, respectively, to lead visiting Delhi to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Lacey Speidell had six points for Walton (0-12), which will travel to Harpursville on Friday.
UV 50, Oxford 19
Eight of Taylor Davis’ game-high 15 points came during a 14-5 first-quarter run that helped visiting Unadilla Valley to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.