Erik Ehrhart and Greg Mattice contributed nine points apiece for the Indians, who outscored Davenport, 20-11, in the second half.
“We self-destructed with turnovers,” said Davenport coach Lee Fisher, whose team fell to 6-10 overall and 5-7 in the DL. “They were mental errors, not anything physical.”
Matthew Finne and Kyle Moorby scored six points apiece to pace the Wildcats, who visit Margaretville on Wednesday.
Cooperstown 58, Waterville 38
Liz Millea scored a game-high 14 points as Cooperstown clinched a share of the Center State Conference Division III title with a home win.
Nicole Cring had 12 points, six rebounds, three blocks and three steals for the Redskins, which led by 27 points in the fourth quarter.
“I think Nicole, Sumer (Murdock) and Lexi (Bloomfield) have been playing against the Waterville 2-3 defense for three years now and they know how to play against it,” said Cooperstown coach Mike Niles, whose team beat second-place Waterville (9-6, 6-2) for the second time in one week. “I think we match up really well with their shooters. Our three perimeter defenders were able to keep their kids under wraps.”
Stephanie Yoxall led the Indians with 12 points on four three-pointers, and Hannah Gray scored 10 points.
Murdock scored 10 points for Cooperstown (14-2, 8-0), which is at Hamilton on Tuesday.
at Twentieth Century Lanes
Bryant Gray’s 570 series included a match-high 204 game as Sidney rolled to a 4-0 boys victory at home.
Tyler Boice contributed a 201 for the Warriors, who will compete in the MAC Championships on Tuesday at Sunset Lanes in Kirkwood.
Madisyn Cutting had a 198 game in her 522 series, leading Sidney’s girls to a 3-1 win.