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Girls basketball standings, statistics

Chip Ellis
George Washington's Rachel Ward (14) scored 40 points in a game last week and moved into the top 10 on the Mountain State Athletic Conference scoring list at 18.0 points per game. South Charleston freshman guard Taliah Cashwell (right with hand on ball) is averaging 13.0 points.

Conference standings

Mountain State Athletic

East Division

Pos-School Div Conf All

1. Capital 1-0 3-0 3-2

1. Parkersburg 1-0 4-2 4-3

3. George Washington 0-0 4-0 4-1

3. Princeton 0-0 3-0 5-0

3. Ripley 0-0 0-4 0-6

3. Woodrow Wilson 0-0 0-4 1-5

7. Riverside 0-2 0-6 2-6

West Division

Pos-School Div Conf All

1. Huntington 1-0 4-0 6-1

2. Cabell Midland 0-0 2-1 5-2

2. Hurricane 0-0 1-2 3-2

2. Nitro 0-0 1-2 3-3

2. South Charleston 0-0 1-2 5-3

2. Spring Valley 0-0 2-0 5-2

2. Winfield 0-0 2-2 3-2

8. St. Albans 0-1 2-3 3-4

NOTE: MSAC championship and place-winner games determined by division standings. Some games against league teams are designated nonconference. First tiebreaker is head-to-head game.

Cardinal Conference

Pos-School Conf All

1. Scott 3-0 4-1

2. Sissonville 2-0 3-2

2. Tolsia 2-0 3-2

4. Herbert Hoover 2-1 5-1

5. Chapmanville 3-2 4-2

6. Poca 1-3 2-5

7. Mingo Central 1-4 2-5

8. Wayne 0-4 1-6

 

Other schools

School (Class) Rec

Clay County (AA) 8-0

Greenbrier East 5-0

Valley (A) 5-0

Tug Valley (AA) 4-1

Buffalo (A) 5-2

Logan (AAA) 4-2

Ravenswood (AA) 4-2

Sherman (AA) 3-3

Parkersburg South (AAA) 2-3

Charleston Catholic (A) 2-4

Point Pleasant (AAA) 2-6

Individual scoring

MSAC

Player, School G Pts Avg

McKenzie Akers, Prin. 5 137 27.4

Abby Watson, Hurr. 5 116 23.2

Kiana Evans, Hunt. 7 162 23.1

Khadijah Lee, Cap. 3 59 19.7

Savannah Shamblin, Nitro 6 111 18.5

Imani Ward, Park. 7 129 18.4

Marissa Mullins, Prin. 5 91 18.2

Madison Morris, SV 7 127 18.1

Rachel Ward, GW 5 90 18.0

Breanna Propst, SA 7 112 16.0

Brittany Wood, River. 8 127 15.9

Kelli Jo Harrison, GW 5 79 15.8

Keke Walker, Cap. 5 67 13.4

Dazha Congleton, Hunt. 7 93 13.3

Taliah Cashwell, SC 8 104 13.0

Sarah Kelly, SV 7 79 11.3

Sierra Jordan, CM 7 77 11.0

Haeley Moore, Win. 5 55 11.0

Mara Rhoades, Win. 5 53 10.6

Megan Morrison, Park. 7 71 10.1

Emily Pitkin, CM 7 70 10.0

Cardinal

Player, School G Pts Avg

Madison Jones, Siss. 5 93 18.6

Krista Maynard, Tolsia 5 92 18.4

Savannah Winnett, Tol. 5 77 15.4

Karli Pinkerton, Siss. 5 70 14.0

Madi McGrew, Poca 7 88 12.6

Jaimee Dotson, Scott 5 62 12.4

Ashley Curry, MC 7 86 12.3

Kristen Desrocher, Chap. 6 64 10.7

Julie Conway, Scott 5 50 10.0

Andrea Rankin, Scott 5 50 10.0

Caroline Thornburg, HH 6 60 10.0

Other schools

Player, School G Pts Avg

Alexis Payne, Valley 5 150 30.0

Chelsey Parkins, Buff. 7 132 18.9

Keya Bartlett, PS 5 83 16.6

Andrea Porter, PP 8 122 15.3

Tarryn McCutcheon, PS 5 74 14.8

Hannah Murray, Rav. 6 88 14.7

Samantha Fletcher, CC 6 86 14.3

Bianca Andre', GE 5 71 14.2

Abby Buchan, Valley 5 71 14.2

Chaunte McDowell, GE 5 71 14.2

Anna Whelan, CC 6 84 14.0

Jordan Lewis, Sher. 6 83 13.8

Sarah Massey, Sher. 6 81 13.5

Taylor Youell, Rav. 6 78 13.0

Shayna Gore, Logan 6 76 12.7

Elizabeth Romeo, GE 5 63 12.6

Adreana Vance, TV 5 61 12.2

Hannah Armstrong, TV 5 60 12.0

Monica Mitchell, Logan 6 67 11.2

Tiffani Bailey, Buff. 7 76 10.9

Tyra Cline, Logan 6 64 10.7

Hailey Miller, Rav. 6 63 10.5

NOTE: Wednesday's games not included. Clay County and Wayne failed to provide complete statistics. Figures provided by schools. Schools may submit weekly updates by fax (304-348-1740), e-mail (tatkinson@wvgazette.com) or phone (304-348-4811).

 


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