Sarah Haight scored 13 points and Melissa Sperry had 10 for Davenport.
Elissa Starheim scored 10 points to lead Jefferson (3-6, 3-4), which hosts Andes on Wednesday.
Franklin 56, Laurens 29
Jordan Beers scored a game-high 32 points as Franklin cruised to a Tri-Valley League victory Saturday.
Beers hit 10 field goals – including three three-pointers – and went 9-for-10 at the foul line for the Purple Devils (8-0, 6-0), who took a 33-12 lead into halftime of the Coaches vs. Cancer game.
“She’s smooth,” Laurens coach Allen Ruffles said of junior guard Beers, who leads area girls basketball players with 24.8 points per game. “Everything she shot went in. We even ran a box-and-one on her, too. It doesn’t matter. She’s good.”
Marisa Cawley contributed 15 points for Franklin, which visits Morris on Tuesday.
Courtney Sherry’s seven points paced the Leopards, who host Worcester in a varsity-only game at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Franklin 56, G-MU 33
Marisa Cawley and Jordan Beers combined for 38 points as unbeaten Franklin cruised to a Tri-Valley League road victory Friday.
Cawley had a game-high 22 points.
“She’s the real deal, too” Gilbertsville-Mount Upton coach Jim Johnson said of Cawley, a 6-footer. “Jordan’s so unselfish. We held her to 16 points, but we didn’t do anything to stop her. She just saw it was Marisa’s night.”
G-MU trailed, 16-14, after one quarter before Franklin outscored the Raiders, 33-7, over the middle quarters.
Nikki Savarese had nine points for G-MU (3-6, 2-4), which will travel to Edmeston on Tuesday.
Morris 40, RS 12
Amanda Flint and Kelsea Webster had 10 and nine points, respectively, to lead host Morris in the Tri-Valley League on Friday.
Alexis Forgit contributed eight points for the Mustangs (7-1, 6-0), who will host Franklin on Wednesday.
Kaity Richvalsky had five points to lead Richfield Springs.
CV-S 38, Worcester 24
Maddie Archer scored nine of her game high 14 points in the fourth quarter Friday as host Cherry Valley-Springfield pulled away in the Tri-Valley League.