Cassie Ehrhart scored a varsity-best 15 points to lead host Stamford to a Senior Night victory in the Delaware League.
Ehrhart also had 14 rebounds, nine steals and five blocks for the Indians (9-7, 8-5), who outscored the Blue Devils, 27-11, in the second half.
“She had a pretty good overall game on Senior Night,” Stamford coach Lonnie Nickerson said. “We started off slowly because there were a lot of emotions.”
Erin Hull scored a game-high 17 points for Stamford, which also received six points, six assists, six steals and 11 rebounds from Kim Freer.
Tess Svoboda’s eight points paced Margaretville.
Stamford is at Windham on Monday.
SK 53, Jefferson 23
Kayla Craft hit five three-point field goals en route to a game-high 31 points as Delaware Mountain Division champion South Kortright cruised to a Delaware League victory on the road.
“She was just on fire,” Jefferson coach Scott Valens said of Craft. “She would just catch the ball, pull up and shoot a three. I only remember her missing one. She came to play tonight.”
Elissa Starheim had a triple-double of 16 points, 15 rebounds and 10 blocks for the J-Hawks (6-9, 5-8), who visit Andes on Monday.
Roxbury 64, Gilboa 61
Ten of Kennedy Faraci’s game-high 30 points came in the fourth quarter as Roxbury earned a Delaware League victory on Senior Night.
Shannon Sprague’s tying shot with 11 seconds left in regulation sent the game into overtime. Allyce McIntosh contributed 19 points for the Rockets (11-6, 10-5), who rallied from a 37-30 halftime deficit.
Brooke Koerner scored 26 points for Gilboa, which also received three three-pointers and 11 points from Shelby Oliver.
H-T 43, Windham 27
Sarah Murin scored a game-high 14 points and Sam Dibbell had 11 to lead Hunter-Tannersville to a Delaware League victory on the road.
Keily Linger’s eight points paced the Warriors (0-15), who host Stamford on Monday.