The Rams (11-3, 8-3) led, 38-25, at halftime and then outscored the Eagles, 20-2, in the third quarter.
Dylan Cole scored a team-high 16 points. Trevor Holdridge and Randy Post contributed 11 and 10, respectively, for SK.
Justin Baxter had 16 points to lead the Eagles (3-11, 2-10), who will travel to Jefferson on Thursday.
Morris 75, G-MU 27
Levi Decker and Mike DeLuca combined to score 20 first-quarter points as visiting Morris bolted to a 15-point lead en route to a Tri-Valley League win.
Decker scored nine of his game-high 21 points and DeLuca had 11 of his 18 points over the opening eight minutes.
Cody Myers contributed 15 points for the Mustangs (13-1).
Tim French had eight points for Gilbertsville-Mount Upton (0-13, 0-9), which will travel to Laurens on Friday.
Milford 47, Schenevus 31
Peyton Griffiths had 11 points, nine rebounds and eight assists to lead host Milford in the Tri-Valley League.
Will Ward scored five of his team-high 14 points in the first quarter as Milford opened an 11-1 lead.
“We did a great job defensively,” Wildcats coach Frank Spurchise said. “We did a good job on (Robert) Burton and Weinert. They’re good players, so you’re not going to shut them down, but I was pleased with our defense on them.”
Weinert had 14 points and Burton finished with 11.
Milford (10-3, 9-1), which received nine points from Elijah Coley, will host Cherry Valley-Springfield on Wednesday.
UV 73, B-G 59
Senior Justin Hofer tied his varsity high of 36 points as host Unadilla Valley won in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Hofer hit two of his five three-pointers and scored 13 points in the opening quarter as the Storm took a 23-7 lead. Bainbridge-Guilford, led by Austin Bauerle’s 27 points, never got closer than 10 thereafter.
“He shot the ball well from three,” UV coach Matt Osborne said of Hofer, who also scored 36 in a game last season against Walton. “In the second half, he started to drive to the middle of the lane and hit mid-range jumpers.”