Kyle Short scored nine of his 14 points in the third quarter to help Margaretville extend its five-point halftime advantage to 12. All of Short’s third-quarter points came from three-point range.
Stamford closed its deficit to four points with two minutes remaining, but Margaretville protected its lead by going 11-for-16 from the foul line in the fourth quarter.
Matt Anderson scored a game-high 16 points for Stamford, which awaits its seed for the upcoming Section Four Class D Tournament.
Oneonta 73, CF 41
Natalie Vanderlaan-Meyering and Mariah Ruff led Oneonta (15-1, 12-0) to a Southern Tier Athletic Conference road win that concluded the regular season for the state’s third-ranked team in Class B.
Vanderlaan-Meyering finished with 18 points, 12 rebounds and five blocks for OHS, which received 13 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists from Ruff.
Ruff scored seven points in the first quarter and Vanderlaan-Meyering had six as the Jackets outscored Chenango Forks, 20-5.
Minnie Webster contributed 13 points for STAC East Division champion Oneonta, which will host a STAC Tournament semifinal against Binghamton or Maine-Endwell at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday.
Michaela Transue (17 points) and Ashley Williams (12) sank four three-pointers apiece for the Blue Devils, who went 10-for-36 from behind the arc.
Davenport 55, H-T 47
Sarah Haight and Sam Maidens scored 16 points apiece as host Davenport earned a Delaware League victory.
Haight and Maidens had nine points apiece in the fourth quarter, when Davenport secured the victory with a 22-6 period. Maidens also grabbed 10 rebounds for Davenport (14-2, 11-2), who received 15 points from Cassie Wubbenhorst.
Sarah Murin had 13 points for Hunter-Tannersville, which received 11 points from Taylor Dart and 10 from Sam Dibbell.
Davenport coach Ray Preston is one win away from tying retired Red Hook coach John Kuhn’s state record of 619 all-time victories.
“If and when the record falls, I guess maybe I’ll think about it,” Preston said. “We’ve got to go to Downsville on Monday, so that’s our thought-process right now.”