The South Fork girls made it two wins in two days on Tuesday, getting the better of Calistoga 50-18 in Miranda.
Summer Contreras scored a game-high 16 points in the win, as the home team took control of the game with a dominating first half and led 30-6 at the interval.
Freshman Shawnessy Conway-O’Neill also had a big night in the win, scoring nine points, while teammates Caidence Young and Natalie Roberts each added seven points and Kaylee Cotter six.
The South Fork girls also defeated Hayfork 44-27 on Monday.
The Cubs, who are now 3-1, will open play at the Potter Valley tournament against Mendocino on Thursday afternoon at 3:30 p.m.