Sabrina Bowman poured in 26 points to lead Waverly past Chenango Valley, 52-38, on Tuesday in a Section 4 Class B girls’ basketball quarterfinal.
Reylyn Schwartzhoff added 10 points for the fourth-seeded Wolverines (19-0), who led 28-11 at halftime. Chenango Valley (8-9) was the fifth seed.
Waverly moves on to the Class B semifinals, where the Wolverines will face top-seeded Oneonta at 7 p.m. Friday in Oneonta.
Seton Catholic 64, Whitney Point 34: Angelica Hauer scored 12 of her game-high 24 points in the third quarter and added 13 rebounds to lift the Saints past the Eagles in a Class B opener.
Jessica Cafferty had 14 points to lead Whitney Point, which finishes its season at 8-10.
Harpursville 79, Watkins Glen 35: Harpursville led 48-7 against an undermanned Watkins Glen team as Miranda Drummond scored 23 points in the first half and finished with 30.
Savannah Murray added 28 points for Harpursville.
Christi Murray had 12 points in the fourth quarter for Watkins Glen, which was missing leading scorer Amanda Pike with a knee injury.
Tioga 65, Edison 40: Tioga led by seven points at halftime but extended the lead to 16 at the end of the third quarter. Hannah Manwaring had four 3-pointers in the third quarter and finished with 21 points and Callie Patsellis had 18 points, 13 of them in the second half. Tioga will face fifth-seed Unatego (15-3), which eliminated No. 12 Moravia on Tuesday, 46-21.
In another Class C opening-round game, 10th-seeded Bainbridge-Guilford went on the road and scored a mild upset with a 51-40 defeat of seventh-seeded Groton. No other details were available.
Candor 47, Hunter-Tannersville 30: Candor never trailed as Brittni Swansbrough scored a career-high 10 points, all coming in the second half, and grabbed 11 rebounds. The Indians (8-9) will face the winner of the Stamford-Charlotte Valley game on Friday in the quarterfinals.
So. Cayuga 51, Worcester 38: Southern Cayuga led by 12 points and halftime and never looked back as Allyson Smith scored 13 points and had five rebounds. The Chiefs (10-8) will face Marathon in Friday’s quarters.
Marathon 54, Afton 36: Afton led early before the Olympians (7-11) took control, leading 30-20 at halftime. In the second half, Marathon extended its lead with a 10-5 run in the third quarter.
Amanda Horton led Marathon with 18 points and Danielle Peebles added 13.