Cooperstown (8-5, 4-3), will host West Canada Valley at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Davenport 44, Gilboa 26
Sarah Haight scored a game-high 18 points to lead host Davenport to a win in the Delaware League.
Jenna Lutz had 12 of her 14 points in the first half as Davenport took a 21-8 lead. She and Emily Whipple also grabbed 11 rebounds apiece for Davenport.
Makayla Foster had team bests of 12 points and 11 rebounds for Gilboa.
Davenport (8-3, 7-1) will travel to Hunter-Tannersville on Tuesday.
SK 51, Windham 11
Lexi DuBois scored a game-high 12 points to lead visiting South Kortright to victory in the Delaware League.
DuBois and Tori Rockefeller each had six points in the first quarter as the Rams opened on a 19-0 run.
Rockefeller finished with 11 points for South Kortright (14-0, 12-0), which is ranked No. 1 among Class D teams in the state.
‘‘They’re really quick and they don’t miss from down low,’’ Windham coach Jim Todaro said of the Rams.
Susannah Simpfenderfer had four points for Windham (0-14, 0-11), which will host Davenport at 4 p.m. on Jan 31.
Downsville 47, H-T 45
Kaileen Townsend scored a game-high 20 points and host Downsville took advantage of a Hunter-Tannersville squad that missed 20 of its 23 free throw attempts to win the Delaware League.
H-T outscored the Eagles, 20-12, in the fourth quarter, but the Wildcats never tied the score or took the lead over the final eight minutes.
Townsend and Leigha LaTourette combined to 5-for-6 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to help keep Downsville ahead.
LaTourette finished with nine points. Teammate Virginia Gilkeson finished with 10 points and nine rebounds, and Rebecca Mott also had nine rebounds for the Eagles (7-5, 6-4), who will host South Kortright on Thursday.
Sam Dibbell had 19 points to lead H-T.
Stamford 69, Andes 45
Nora Hager’s four three-pointers helped her to a game-high 20 points as visiting Stamford won in the Delaware League.