Cole had 20 points in the first half and shot 12-for-16 from the floor overall, helping the Rams to a field goal percentage of 59.
Trevor Holdridge and Griff Metzko each had 11 points for SK, which hosts Bainbridge-Guilford in a non-leaguer Monday. The Rams return to Delaware League play next Friday at home versus Jefferson.
Roxbury 41, H-T 39
Host Roxbury got at game-high 16 points from Dakota Caronia in an upset win over first-place Hunter-Tannersville in the Delaware League.
With four seconds remaining and the score tied at 39, Roxbury’s Nick Hamil missed the front end of a 1-and-1 free throw opportunity. Coronia grabbed the offensive rebound and drove the baseline for a layup to secure the victory.
Eric Shultis contributed nine rebounds for the Rockets (6-8, 6-5), who play at Downsville on Wednesday.
Zach Mudge scored 15 points and Dylan Legg had 12 for H-T, which plays at Stamford on Wednesday. The Wildcats close their season against Windham.
Margaretville 55, Windham 23
Cooper Reither scored a game-high 13 points and Mitch Hull finished with 12 points and nine rebounds to lead host Margaretville to a Delaware League victory.
Kyle Short had 11 points and Matt VanValkenburgh contributed nine assists for the Blue Devils, who took a 37-6 lead into halftime.
David Saunders’ 10 points paced the Warriors (2-11, 2-10).
Margaretville hosts Davenport on Wednesday and closes its league schedule with a home game against Stamford on Feb. 8.
Downsville 47, Jefferson 39
Downsville won on the road in the Delaware League behind a 17-point night from Justin Baxter.
After building a 23-15 halftime lead, the Eagles got 12 their 14 third-quarter points from Baxter – all from three-point range.
Steven Casiola contributed 14 points for Downsville.
James Reves had 12 points and John Quagliano scored 10 for Jefferson, which travels to Gilboa on Tuesday.
Stamford 40, Davenport 30
Matt Anderson scored a game-high 13 points to lead visiting Stamford to a Delaware League win.