Makenzie White scored 27 points to lead host Scott past Summers County 72-55 Saturday night, ending the nation's longest active winning streak in girls high school basketball.
"That was fun,'' said Scott coach John Porter, whose team has lost to the Bobcats in the last two Class AA state championship games and were winless in their last six games against Summers. "It's nice to beat them. We had seven people play and they were all great.''
The Bobcats (9-1), who have won five straight Class AA state championships and were No. 1 in this week's Associated Press poll, had won 105 straight, last losing in January 2008.
Jaimee Dotson added 18 points and Julie Conway 11 for the No. 2 Skyhawks (9-1), who lost at home 54-50 to Chapmanville on Thursday.
Scott only led 12-10 after the opening quarter, then stretched its advantage to 10 points (27-17) at halftime. The Skyhawks outscored the Bobcats 45-38 in the second half.
Candace Brown netted a game-high 39 points and was the only player in double figures for Summers. Brown is featured in this week's issue of Sports Illustrated in the Faces in the Crowd section for surpassing 1,000 career points and helping the Bobcats to the winning streak.
GREEN. EAST 73, HURRICANE 52: Greenbrier East outscored the visiting Redskins 45-30 in the first half en route to the win.
Bianca Andre' scored 19 points for the Spartans (11-0), while Chaunte McDowell added 11 and Anna Hammaker 10. Allie Browne tallied 17 points for the Redskins (6-5) and Abby Watson 13. Hurricane's Chloe Barber contributed eight points and 12 rebounds.
SA 67, LINCOLN COUNTY 33: Three St. Albans players scored in double digits as the Red Dragons kept Lincoln County winless. Lindsey Davis had a game-high 13 points, while Brenna Propst and Sarah Reynolds contributed 11 apiece for host SA (5-8). Taylor Lucas netted 11 points for the Panthers (0-11).
RIVERSIDE 64, RIPLEY: Rachel Mills tallied 20 points and Kara Knapp 13 as visiting Riverside held on for a victory.
Knapp added seven steals and freshman Brittany Wood blocked seven shots for the Warriors (4-8). Paige Smith had 16 points and Rachel Stuck 14 for the Vikings (2-8), who trailed by 14 at halftime and got within two at the end.
WINFIELD 46, NITRO 40: Bethany Jordan posted 27 points for visiting Winfield. The Generals (3-8) held a 21-10 lead after the first quarter. Halie Miller netted 15 points for Nitro (2-8).
CHAPMANVILLE 57, SISSONVILLE 41: Kelli Garrett poured in 33 points, hitting five 3s, to lead the host Tigers (8-3) to their fifth straight win. Maynard also knocked down 12-of-13 foul shots. Logan Walker had nine points for the Indians (4-6).
PARKERSBURG 67, CAPITAL 37: The host Big Reds used a 16-6 second quarter to cruise to the win. Kennedy Walker tallied 20 points for the Big Reds (5-7), while Precious Ramsey chipped in 18 points, Imani Ward 12 and Kailey Cox 10. Tanijia Spencer had 11 points for the Cougars (6-5).
WAYNE 57, HOOVER 41: Wayne held a 19-5 advantage in the second quarter and cruised to a home win. Taylor Bartram scored 16 points to lead all scorers for the Pioneers, while Paige Childers and Shaina Hooks added 13 points each. Chelsie Chapman led the Huskies with 13 points and Hannah King chipped in with 12.
SPRING VALLEY 60, PRINCETON 44: Spring Valley held a 32-14 advantage through the second and third quarters as the Timberwolves handed Class AAA No. 5 Princeton its first loss. Megan Perry scored 14 points to lead No. 8 Spring Valley and Madison Morris had 13. McKenzie Akers scored a game-high 18 for the Tigers (10-1) and Hannah Preservati had 10.
CLAY 57, WIRT 36: The visiting Panthers jumped out to a 21-4 lead after the opening quarter and never looked back. Jacee Markle poured in 27 points for Clay (9-3) and McKinzee Barker added 14. Hannah Nichols scored eight for the Tigers.
NICHOLAS 54, BLUEFIELD 35: Shealyn Shafer registered 20 points and 14 rebounds as host Nicholas County rolled to a win. Shelia Hopkins paced Bluefield with 18.
LOGAN 53, MIDLAND 45: Shayna Gore scored 12 of her 25 points in the fourth quarter as the host Wildcats rallied to win. Kyra Cline added 11 points for Logan (4-8). For Cabell Midland (5-5), Emily Harbour had 16 points and Taylor Carter 12.
POCAHONTAS 80, PENDLETON 34: Pocahontas County's Chloe Bland scored 36 points, two more points than visiting Pendleton County, to lead the Class A No. 5 Warriors (12-3). Morgan Keplinger and Michaela Raines each had six points for Pendleton County (5-6).
TUG VALLEY 45, BELFRY 32: Tug Valley (5-8) was led in scoring by Elizabeth Evans with 14 points, while Hannah Armstrong chipped in 12. For host Belfry (Ky.), Jackie Stack and Bethany Tackett contributed eight points apiece.