Laurens 43, Edmeston 37
Taylor Kessler scored 14 points to lead host Laurens to a Tri-Valley League victory that marked its first win of the season.
Claire Fraser contributed 11 points for the Leopards, who rode a 17-12 fourth quarter to the triumph.
Savanna Fistrowicz scored 14 points for the Panthers, who were outscored from beyod the three-point arc, 15-0.
Laurens closes its season Monday against visiting Morris.
Downsville 32, Andes 23
Kaileen Townsend scored five of her team-high nine points during a 9-2 third-quarter run that helped Downsville to a Delaware League win over Andes at Roscoe.
It was Coaches vs. Cancer night.
Ashley Bivens and Samantha Bingay had eight points apiece for the Eagles (7-8), who will host Gilboa on Saturday.
Sam Falco had 14 points to lead Andes.
Chenango Forks 43, Oneonta 41
C.J. Melvin capped a game-high 22-point night by hitting a go-ahead three-pointer in the closing seconds of Chenango Forks’ Southern Tier Athletic Conference road victory.
“It was a synopsis of our season,” Oneonta coach Jerry Mackey said. “We have no answer on the perimeter for anyone with quickness and we can’t defend the three-point line.”
The Yellowjackets (6-10), who won’t play in sectionals, had three looks at a tying basket but couldn’t convert. Mackey said his team missed an 8-footer and two more attempts on putbacks before the final buzzer.
Senior Alec Picinich scored a team-high 15 points.
“He’s answered the call all season long,” Mackey said of Picinich. “From start to finish, he’s been our best player. It’s too bad we couldn’t put enough pieces around him.”
Mitchel Couch contributed nine points for OHS, which will play host Marathon at 5 p.m. Wednesday before Oneonta High’s girls host a STAC semifinal against Maine-Endwell or Binghamton.
Morris 72, Brookfield 62
Levi Decker scored 12 of his 23 points in the opening quarter, which ended with Morris ahead, 28-9, en route to a non-league road win.