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Prep basketball: South Charleston rallies past Riverside

South Charleston rallied from a three-point halftime deficit to knock off Riverside 48-42 in a battle of unbeaten boys basketball teams Thursday in Quincy.

The Black Eagles trailed 14-7 after the first quarter, but outscored the Warriors 41-28 the rest of the way to secure the win.

Hunter Moles and A.D. Cunningham each scored 13 points to lead SC (3-0).

Josh Butcher scored 12 points and Tyus Wood finished with 10 for Riverside (3-1).

  • MIDLAND 55, RIPLEY 46: Dustin Scarberry scored 15 points as Cabell Midland came away with a road win.
  • Niles Dailey chipped in 10 points for the Knights (2-2). Chuck Sleboda scored 12 points for the Vikings (1-3), while Casey Smith and Cade Harrison added 10 apiece.

  • CAPITAL 64, SPRING VALLEY 61: Carrington Morris dumped in 26 points as the Cougars upended visiting Spring Valley.
  • Jordan Kinney added 14 for Capital (2-3). Jacob Kilgore scored a team-high 22 points for Spring Valley (3-1), while Greg Herbert had 13.

  • PRINCETON 83, NITRO 67: Ryan Meadows led four double-figure scorers with 23 points as the host Tigers jumped out to an early lead and held off Nitro.
  • Kyle Caron added 22, Hunter Walters 19 and Aaron Ferguson 14 for Princeton (3-1).

    For the Wildcats (2-2), Angelo Sirianni poured in a game-high 25 points, Sam Neff added 14 and Trevon Taylor scored 10.

  • HURRICANE 77, PARKERSBURG 51: Four Hurricane players scored in double-figures to lead the Redskins to the win at Parkersburg.
  • John Dawson led Hurricane (4-1) with 17 points while Garret DeFries scored 15. Ian Miles and Rasaan Harris each finished with 14. For Parkersburg (1-3), Adrian Webster had 10 points.

  • HUNTINGTON 76, LOGAN 50: Arick Nicks exploded for 27 points for Huntington in a road win.
  • Shaquan Miller contributed 12 points for the Highlanders (4-0). Brendyn Street tallied 11 points and Zach Minnick 10 for the Wildcats (1-2).

  • HAMPSHIRE 78, MOUNT RIDGE 52: Dane Heavener netted 23 points and Travis Clower added 20 as Hampshire (3-3) cruised to a home win. Reshawn Johnson had 15 points for Mount Ridge (Md.).
  • Wednesday's game

  • SCOTT 50, SISSONVILLE 49: Logan Webb made 1 of 2 free throws with 1.8 seconds left in overtime, allowing the unbeaten host Skyhawks (6-0) to escape with the win. Sissonville's Zach Null hit the front of the rim with a three-quarter-court shot at the final buzzer.
  • Matt Dolan led Scott with 22 points. For the Indians (1-3), Trent Stowers had 15 points and Ryan Kelly 10.

    Girls baskeball

  • POCA 42, MINGO CENTRAL 36: Madi McGrew had 18 points and 12 rebounds as Poca secured a win over Mingo Central. McKenzie Ball also contributed 12 points for the Dots (2-5). Ashley Curry had a team-high 14 points for the Miners (2-4).
  • SUMMERS 76, WYOMING 48: Summers County outscored Wyoming East 43-25 in the final two quarters as the Bobcats earned a home win.
  • Avery Pivont scored a game-high 19 points for Summers (5-1), while Tyra Wynes and Brandy Morrison each added 12. Bre Pertee scored 14 points for Wyoming East (5-2).

  • HOOVER 59, SHERMAN 46: Herbert Hoover (5-1) had 10 different players score, including a team-high 10 points from Caroline Thornburg, in its road win at Sherman.
  • Sarah Massey scored a game-high 15 points for Sherman (3-3) while Jordan Lewis added 11.

  • MIDLAND TRAIL 42, MONTCALM 18: Kennedy Cochran scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Midland Trail (1-3) to its first win of the season.
  • For Montcalm, Brenna Tyree led the Generals with six points.

    Wednesday's games

  • SPRING VALLEY 71, WOODROW 47: Makenzie Morris netted 20 points as Spring Valley picked up a win.
  • Madison Morris and Sarah Kelly added 13 apiece, while Brooke Heck scored 12 to lead the Timberwolves (4-2).

    Ty Hairston led Woodrow Wilson (1-6) with 12 points and Kavita Francois had 11 points.

  • RITCHIE 60, RAVENS-WOOD 57: Senior Tristin Toman poured in 33 points for host Ritchie County. Hailey Miller paced Ravenswood with 18 points, while Hannah Murray added 13.

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