Brandon Simonds and Ben Denison scored 19 points apiece to lead the Bulldogs (6-6, 3-5), who went 6-for-14 from the foul line.
“We were 4-for-12 from the line in regulation,” Kelly said. “We shoot better at the line and it doesn’t go to overtime.”
Connor Tucker contributed 11 points for Delhi, which is at Davenport on Wednesday.
Greene 71, B-G 59
Austin Bauerle finished with 27 points and 16 rebounds, but visiting Bainbridge-Guilford fell in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Corbin Palmer contributed 19 points for the Bobcats (7-3, 4-3), who matched the Trojans with seven three-pointers but were outscored, 45-34, in the second half.
Zach Wentlent scored a game-high 31 points for the Trojans, who received 12 points from Dan Treadwell.
Edmeston 43, Franklin 27
Brandon Fallon’s double-double featured a season-best 13 rebounds and 10 points as Edmeston cruised to a Tri-Valley League victory at home.
“He was big on the boards for us tonight,” Edmeston coach Darren Belden said. “We’ve been on a losing skid lately, so this was a much-needed win for us.”
Logan Vibbard also had 10 points for the Panthers (4-8, 3-5), who outscored Franklin, 20-9, in the second half.
Alex Brownell’s nine points paced the Purple Devils.
Edmeston hosts Morris next Friday.
Worcester 56, G-MU 43
Worcester used balance to offset a varsity-best 25 points from Jason Barrows in a Tri-Valley League road victory.
J.T. Horne’s 12 points paced the Wolverines, who received 10 from Anthony Hewitt and at least two from each of the other seven who played.
“It was the best game I’ve ever seen (Barrows) play,” G-MU coach Rick Mohrien said. “They just had a lot more balance than we did.”
Barrows also went 9-for-9 from the foul line and had five steals for the Raiders (0-10, 0-7), who play Downsville in the consolation game of the Downsville Tournament at 5 p.m. Saturday.