Taylor Kessler’s 10 points paced the Leopards, who trailed, 20-13, at halftime.
The Raiders (4-10, 3-8) are at Franklin next Friday.
RS 51, CV-S 39
Vanessa Miller finished with 12 points and 11 rebounds as Richfield Springs won in the Tri-Valley League.
Ashley Fuller grabbed 13 rebounds and Kaity Richvalsky scored 10 points for the Indians, who outscored Cherry Valley-Springfield, 20-10, in the fourth quarter.
Lauren Loucks’ 16 points paced the Patriots, who received 13 from Maddie Archer.
Richfield Springs hosts Schenevus on Tuesday.
Margaretville 38, Windham 21
Tess Svoboda scored a game-high 14 points as Margaretville won a Delaware League game on the road.
Keily Linger’s eight points and seven rebounds paced the Warriors (0-13), who visit Andes on Monday.
Oneonta 55, CV 44
Oneonta used a balanced scoring attack on Senior Night to gain a victory in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.
Mariah Ruff scored 16 points, grabbed seven rebounds and had six assists for the Yellowjackets, who received eight points and seven steals from Maria DiMartin.
“This group of seniors has done some pretty impressive things in their high school careers. I feel very fortunate to have coached these kids throughout high school,” OHS coach Matt Miller said. “This group of kids is hardworking, dedicated and competitive, but most importantly they are a cohesive group, which has helped to make them very successful in whatever they have done.”
Chelsea Henige led Chenango Valley with 11 points.
Oneonta (13-1, 11-0) travels to Class A Troy on Saturday for a non-leaguer.
“We are expecting a battle tomorrow,” Miller said. “They are a very talented Class A school, which should be a good test for us.”
Harpursville 77, Sidney 37
Harpursville jumped to a 20-point first quarter lead and cruised to a road victory in the MAC.
Savannah Murray had a game-high 32 points and Miranda Drummond contributed 26 for the Hornets.
Kelsey Decker’s 14 points paced Sidney (4-11, 4-7).
B-G 52, Delhi 18