Sophomore Aalik Harris hit a game-tying 3-pointer from the corner as time expired to give Capital new life, and the Cougars took advantage, beating visiting Winfield 60-57 in overtime in boys basketball Tuesday night.
As a team, the Generals made just 17 of 35 foul shots and missed 11 attempts in the fourth quarter in overtime.
Carrington Morris led Capital (4-6) with 13 points while Harris finished with 12.
For Winfield (5-4), Chris Turner and Brock Pence each scored 15 points. Zach Fisher chipped in with 12 points for Winfield in the loss.
Breeden finished with 11 points for the Patriots (6-2) while Luke Eddy and Dominic King had 21 and 15, respectively. Keegan Adkins scored 15 points for Cabell Midland.
Rassan Harris chipped in with 12 points for the Redskins (7-2) while Cade Harrison tallied a game-high 30 points in the loss for Ripley (2-6).
The Huskies (6-2) hit 12 of 16 free throws in the fourth quarter to pull away. For Sissonville (3-5), Null and Ryan Kelly scored eight points apiece.
Noah Frampton exploded for 20 points for Poca (8-1) while Cam Cottrill chipped in 11. Brett Justice had 10 points for the Pioneers (2-4).
Josh Tunstalle had 17 points, Austin Canada and Brett Bowling each scored 14 and Cody Lester finished with 13 points to lead the Warriors (7-1).
For Summers County (5-3), Taron Ayers led all scorers with 34 points.