Prep roundup: Bluefield edges Wyoming East in No. 1 vs. No. 2 AA battle
Lykel Collier scored 30 points, including 17 in the fourth quarter, to lead Class AA No. 1 Bluefield to a 90-89 win over No. 2 Wyoming East Tuesday night in boys basketball.
Anthony Eades added 28 points for the visiting Beavers (21-1). Luke Campbell tallied 27 points for the Warriors (15-5) and Josh Tunstalle added 17.
POCA 57, SCOTT 49: Noah Frampton turned in 20 points for host Poca (11-10), which overcame a 22-10 deficit in the second quarter. Cam Cottrill added 11 and Clinton Parsons contributed 10 for the Dots. Matt Dolan scored a game-high 26 points for Scott (9-13) and Cody Brown had 11.
WINFIELD 71, RIPLEY 47: Zach Gunter poured in 25 points and Chris Turner netted 12 for host Winfield (14-7), while Zach Fisher added 10. Jacob Haynes led Ripley (2-19) with 14 points, while Casey Smith and Kade Harrison added 12 apiece. Winfield outscored the Vikings 43-27 in the second half.
HURRICANE 79, MIDLAND 48: Henry Sorsaia netted 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds while Trey Dawson added 15 points as Hurricane (13-7) defeated visiting Cabell Midland. Stephen Matthews had a team-high 11 for the Knights (4-17).
GREEN. EAST 70, SA 58: Greenbrier East jumped out to a 42-15 first-half lead and held off a rallying St. Albans team for the road win. The Spartans (11-9) were led by Obi Romeo's game-high 20 points. Josh Kiser recorded 17 for the Red Dragons (5-15) and Taylor Clark added 12.
BUFFALO 82, HANNAN 51: The Bison outscored the host Wildcats 28-12 in the second quarter to turn a close game into a rout. Levi Jordan scored 18 points, Michael Erwin 17, Isaiah Robinson 12 and Laythen Good 10 for Buffalo, which only led 17-11 after the opening quarter. Darian Page's 12 points paced Hannan.
PARKERSBURG 75, LOGAN 72: Devin Hoehn had 25 points to lead host Parkersburg, while Alex Ash posted 14 and Jeremy Bell contributed 13 for the Big Reds (15-6). Stevie Browning poured in 29 points for Logan (13-8), Matt Greene added 14, Keaton Johnson 13 and Da'Jon Streeter 10. Logan lost its fifth in a row.