Shianne Coss had eight points for Andes.
SK (16-0, 14-0), champion of the Mountain Division, will play at Jefferson on Thursday.
Roxbury 36, Downsville 29
Kennedy Faraci’s 19-point included an 8-for-11 showing from the free throw line and host Roxbury rallied in the fourth quarter to win in the Delaware League.
Shannon Sprague scored five of her seven points in the fourth quarter, when the Rockets outscored Downsville, 14-4.
“She gave us a little spark with a couple of steals that went for layups,” Roxbury coach Lisa Faraci said of Sprague.
Kaileen Townsend had 10 points to lead the Eagles.
Roxbury (10-6, 9-5) will host Gilboa on Thursday.
H-T 44, Stamford 40
Half of Sam Dibbell’s 14 points came in the fourth quarter, when host Hunter-Tannersville rallied for a Delaware League victory.
Dibbell scored on a two fastbreak layups with one leading to an old-fashioned three-point play in the fourth period. Sarah Murin capped a game-high 21-point night by going 3-for-5 from the line in the fourth quarter, when the Wildcats outscored Stamford, 17-11.
Murin scored 16 points in the first half as H-T took a 25-19 lead. Stamford took a 29-27 lead into the final quarter by outscoring H-T, 10-2, in the third quarter.
“I think Stamford is one of the best teams in the league,” H-T coach Nate Jones said. “Our team defense won the game.”
H-T (10-5, 7-5) will travel to Windham on Thursday.
Kim Freer’s 14 points paced Stamford.
Edmeston 48, Morris 46
An 18-5 fourth-quarter run fueled by freshman Sydney Smith helped host Edmeston to a surprising Tri-Valley League victory.
Smith scored 11 of her team- and varsity-high 18 points over the final eight minutes. She scored the final four points of the game from the free throw line, the last two coming with three seconds left. Both trips to the line came after Smith made steals.