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Prep roundup: Hot start carries Sissonville past Wayne 63-36

Sissonville jumped out to a 23-5 first-quarter lead and cruised to a 63-36 home win over Wayne in boys basketball Friday night.

 

For the Indians (2-3), Trent Stowers posted a game-high 21 points while Zach Null chipped in 15. Grant Ferguson tallied 14 for the Pioneers (2-2).

  • POCA 32, CHAPMANVILLE 29: Down by three points in the final minutes, Poca rallied to victory at Chapmanville.
  • With the Tigers leading 29-26, the Dots' Noah Frampton hit a 3-pointer, Adam Sigman converted 1 of 2 free throws and Cam Cottrill added two foul shots for the final margin.

    Frampton led the Dots (5-1) with 12 points, and Cottrill had 11. Mackenzie Martin led Chapmanville (1-3) with 19.

  • GEORGE WASHINGTON 58, ST. ALBANS 48: Luke Eddy contributed 29 points, eight assists and seven rebounds as George Washington pulled away to defeat St. Albans at GW.
  • Austin Breeden added 16 points for the Patriots (2-2). Nathan McNeil scored 18 points and Taylor Clark added 11 for the Red Dragons (1-2), who were without starter Thad Moss, who is sidelined with an ankle injury. 

  • TEAYS VALLEY 82, CALVARY 51: Teays Valley Christian built a 15-point first-quarter lead and defeated visiting Calvary Baptist for its sixth victory in seven games this season.
  • Justin Wojcieszak led the way with 25 points, Elias Beacom added 22, Zack Moore had 15 and Ben Parsons 11. For Calvary (8-1), Trent Spears scored 18, Jace Heller 15 and Michael Salmons 13.

  • GREEN. EAST 83, COVINGTON 41: Greenbrier East held visiting Covington (Va.) to just seven first-half points on its way to the one-sided win.
  •  For the Spartans (6-0), Rondell Watson had a game-high 20 points. Bryce Woodliff added 15 points and six assists while Tyler Canterbury finished with 12 points.

    Jordan Miller led Covington (0-8) with nine points.

  • GREEN. WEST 60, CROSS LANES 28: Colby Ennis scored 16 points and Chris Gabbert had 11 to lead Greenbrier West in the Hoops Classic at the Charleston Civic Center.
  • The Cavaliers blew open a 23-17 game in the second half, outscoring the Warriors 37-11 in the final 16 minutes. Tyler Corbin scored 13 points to lead Cross Lanes Christian.

  • WOOD COUNTY 58, ELK VALLEY 43: Patrick Goff scored 19 points and Jamie Arnold chipped in 14 as Wood County Christian defeated Elk Valley Christian at the Hoops Classic  Trey Suttle had a game-high 22 points for Elk Valley (1-5) and Daniel Beverly contributed 17 points.
  • Girls basketball

  • WINFIELD 45, RIVERSIDE 42: Riverside outscored Winfield 13-7 in the final quarter, but couldn't complete the comeback as the Generals held on for the road win.
  • Haeley Moore paced Winfield (3-2) with 14 points. For Riverside (2-6), Brittany Wood netted 12 points and grabbed 14 rebounds.

  • SC 41, CAPITAL 39: Taieah Cashwell's late 3-pointer proved to be the difference as visiting South Charleston beat Capital.
  • The Black Eagles (4-2) led for most of the game before finding themselves trailing by a single point late in the contest before Cashwell's shot put them ahead for good.

    Cashwell finished with 16 points to lead SC. For Capital (3-2), Khadijah Lee and Dashia Foster each scored 14 points with Foster grabbing 11 rebounds.

  • PRINCETON 58, CABELL MIDLAND 53: Mckenzie Akers netted 17 points as Princeton bested Cabell Midland at home.
  • Marissa Mullins added 15 for the Tigers, while Hannah Preservati had 13. Sierra Jordan tallied 20 for the Knights and Alex Ellis chipped in 18.

  • WOOD 44, ELK VALLEY 43: Hannah Lord scored 14 points as Wood County Christian earned a win in the Hoops Classic.
  • Rachel Ruble contributed 12 points for Wood County. Hannah Williams netted a game-high 19 for Elk Valley Christian, while Chelsea Burdette had 16.

  • SENECA 44, SC CHRISTIAN 37: Laura Boyrer exploded for 25 points as Seneca Trail Christian earned a road win. Samantha Carver had 10 points for South Charleston Christian (2-3).
  • HURRICANE 60, POINT 33: Abby Watson connected on 6 of 7 attempts from behind the 3-point arc and finished with 29 points to lead Hurricane to the home win. Taneisha Sturdivant had 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Redskins (3-2). Kaley Bruner and Hannah Porter each scored 12 points for Point Pleasant.

  • PARKERSBURG 59, SA 43: Haley Ackerman rolled out 21 points as the Big Reds, despite a slow start, picked up the home win.
  • Kennedy Walker contributed 12 points for Parkersburg (4-3). Breanna Propst posted a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds for St. Albans (3-3).


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