Edmeston's Brianna Dunham tries to drive past Milford's Mataiah Waters during Thursday's Tri-Valley League game at Edmeston. Milford won, 38-27.


Lexi DuBois scored half of her team-high 16 points in the first quarter Thursday to lead unbeaten South Kortright to a 60-26 Delaware League girls basketball win over visiting Hunter-Tannersville.

SK led, 11-3, after one quarter and extended its lead to 31-14 by halftime.

“H-T paid a lot of attention to (Brianna) Laing and (Tori) Rockefeller, and that opened things up for Lexi,” SK coach Josh Burroughs said. “She drove the ball the well.”

DuBois also had eight rebounds, four assists and four steals.

Rockefeller finished with 14 points, eight steals and four rebounds, and Laing had eight points, six rebounds and five steals.

Of his team’s defensive play, Burroughs said, “We try to limit teams to 35 points and under, and we’ve been successful at doing that. We have a fairly deep team, so we can afford to play hard and get a sub and stay fresh.”

The Rams (12-0, 10-0) will travel to Roxbury on Wednesday.

Sam Dibbell had nine points to pace Hunter-Tannersville.

Greene 38, Unatego 32

Cassidy Newman had team-bests of 15 points and 12 rebounds, but host Unatego fell in overtime in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

Newman scored all of the Spartans’ points in overtime, first a layup to give her team a 30-28 lead early in the period, then she hit a pair of free throws.

‘‘It’s difficult to win a game when you’re not putting points on the board.’’ Unatego coach Greg Bonczkowski said.

Marissa Woodard scored 13 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Unatego (6-4, 4-3), which will travel to Sidney on Wednesday.

Jessica David scored seven of her game-high 18 points in overtime for Greene.

Delhi 34, Hancock 33

Allyce McIntosh scored the winning basket with seven seconds left to lead host Delhi to a victory in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

McIntosh finished with six points.

Karlye Heavey scored a team-best 10 points for Delhi (5-7, 2-5), which will travel to Walton on Wednesday.

Brooke Sherburne had a game-high 12 points for Hancock.

Gilboa 54, Windham 20

Makayla Foster scored a game-high 19 points, to go along with 10 rebounds and four steals to lead host Gilboa in the Delaware League.

Foster had 11 points in the first half as the Wildcats bolted to a 25-point lead.

Jana Traver and Skylie Roberts contributed 15 and 10 points, respectively, for Gilboa (6-5, 4-4), which will host Downsville on Wednesday.

Katie Pelham scored a team-best six points for Windham (0-11, 0-8), which will visit Stamford on Tuesday.

Davenport 63, Andes 38

Sarah Haight scored a game-high 18 points to lead visiting Davenport to a Delaware League win.

Jenna Lutz scored 15 points and Bailee Hymers finished with 10 points for Davenport.

Adriel Grapes contributed a team-best 11 points, and teammates Jordan Day and Shianne Coss had 10 and nine points, respectively, for Andes (1-11), which travels to Margaretville on Saturday.

Milford 38, Edmeston 27

Maddy Zenir scored a team-high 13 points to lead visiting Milford to a Tri-Valley League victory.

Addy Lawson contributed eight points for the Wildcats, who led, 28-13, at halftime.

Sydney Smith had nine of her 13 points, including both of her three-pointers, in the second half for Edmeston (3-10, 1-8), which visits Franklin on Wednesday.

Downsville 46, Margaretville 37

Eight of Kaileen Townsend’s game-high 28 points came during a 15-4 third-quarter run that helped Dowsville to a Delaware League victory.

Downsville turned a 23-22 halftime deficit into a 37-27 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Townsend also had seven rebounds, as did teammate Virginia Gilkeson.

The Eagles (6-4, 4-2) will travel to Davenport at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Annette Hogan had 18 points to lead Margaretville.

Stamford 44, Jefferson 39

Kimi Freer and Hailey Jutrzenka scored 19 and 15 points, respectively, to lead visiting Stamford to a Delaware League victory.

Freer went 11-for-24 from the free throw line. She hit six free throws in the fourth quarter to help the Indians seal it.

Jutrzenka had six points in the third quarter, when Stamford outscored the J-Hawks, 11-6, to take a 32-27 lead into the fourth quarter.

Shiann Bellinger had 13 points, and Shania Speenburgh contributed nine points and 16 rebounds for Jefferson (3-8), which will play at Andes on Wednesday.

B-G 55, Oxford 20

Taylor Palmatier scored her varsity high of 20 points in leading host Bainbridge-Guilford to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.

Palmatier scored 13 points as the Bobcats went on a 25-6 run in the third quarter.

“She just got into a rhythm,” B-G coach Bob Conway said of Palmatier. “She was shooting outside really well.”

Morgan Bullis contributed 17 points and 15 rebounds for B-G, which received six assists fro Abbey Smith.

B-G (8-4, 6-1) will travel to Greene on Wednesday.

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