George Washington's Kelli Jo Harrison shoots over Ripley defenders in GW's home win.
Faith Davis finished with 15 points help to lead Class AA No.1 Westside to a 53-45 girls basketball win against visiting Scott on Wednesday.
The Renegades (14-0) also got 11 points from Hope Lester in the win.
For Scott (7-6), Ali Whitman scored a game-high 18 points and Jaime Dotson chipped in with 11 points.HOOVER 59, VALLEY 50: The Huskies outscored Valley 18-9 in the final quarter to provide the nine-point margin of victory. For Hoover, Bethany Romine finished with 20 points, including six 3-pointers in the second half to help the Huskies erase a nine-point halftime deficit. Also for Hoover, Bailey Aab scored 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Alexis Payne scored a game-high 21 points for the Greyhounds (8-3).ST. ALBANS 38, SC 32: Breanna Propst had 16 points and nine rebounds to lead the Red Dragons (7-7) to the win. For South Charleston (7-7), Lina Villanueva scored 15 points.PARKERSBURG 60, CAPITAL 53: Imani Ward tallied 22 points and Haley Ackerman scored 12 to push visiting Parkersburg past Capital. For the Cougars (6-8), Tatiyana Ward, Keke Walker and Dashia Foster each finished with 12 points.CATHOLIC 44, MAN 55: Samantha Fletcher poured in 24 points and Anne Whelan finished with 21 to lift Charleston Catholic (6-9) past Man. For the Hillbillies (8-4), Summer Sword was the leading scorer with 23 points.HUNTINGTON 81, NITRO 31: Huntington jumped out to a 21-6 by the end of the first quarter and never looked back. Kiana Evans led the Highlanders (14-3) with 26 points. For Nitro, Savannah Shamblin had 12 points.GW 81, RIPLEY 33: Rachel Ward scored 20 points and Kelly Jo Harrison had 16 to lead George Washington (8-4) to the win against visiting Ripley. Winless Ripley (0-15) was led by Kelli Poling's 12 points.PRINCETON 68, RIVERSIDE 47: McKenzie Akers poured in 30 points to lead the Tigers to a victory at Riverside. Ashley Culicerto added 11 points for Princeton (11-2). For the Warriors (4-13), Brittany Wood had 26 points and 15 rebounds.BRAXTON 70, CLAY 64: Hunter Sodaro scored 21 points and pulled down 13 rebounds as the host Eagles upset Class AA No. 3 Clay County. Taylor Bragg added 16 points and Logan Frame had 11 for Braxton County (10-5). For the Panthers (12-3), Brittany Gould scored 20 points, McKinzee Barker 13, Kaitlyn Horrocks 11 and Emily Wynn 10.POCAHONTAS 64, MOOREFIELD 34: Tristin Day poured in 23 points as Class A No. 6 Pocahontas County improved to 12-4 with a home win. Bobbie McNabb added 13 points for the Warriors and Olivia Workman had 10 rebounds, six assists and four points for the Warriors. Heather Snead had 13 boards to go with her five points for PC. Moorefield (6-9) was led by Tara George (14 points) and Courtney Parker (12 points, nine rebounds).
Wednesday's boys game
CATHOLIC 67, WAYNE 28: Keifer Hovorka had 16 points and Nick George 14 as Charleston Catholic (10-1) earned a first-round win in the St. Joseph Invitational at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena. Alex Elkins led the Pioneers with 15 points. The Irish meet Wesley Christian (Ky.) in Friday's finals.
Tuesday's late boys gamesBUFFALO 73, HANNAN 53: Levi Jordan tossed in 29 points to lead the host Bison to the win. Also for Buffalo (12-1), Laythen Good had 13 points and Isaiah Robinson 11. For the Wildcats (2-12), Tyler Burns scored 18 points and Paul Holley 11.WINFIELD 45, MIDLAND 38: Brock Pence scored 18 points and Zach Fisher 10 to pace the visiting Generals (7-6) to a win. Niles Dailey led the Knights (4-10) by scoring nine points.WEBSTER 91, ROANE 64: Brett Morris poured in 49 points as host Webster County (10-2) got off to a fast start and won a battle of state-ranked AA teams. Hunter Given added 14 points for the Highlanders. For the Raiders (11-3), Tyler Harper and Jacob Neal each had 20.VALLEY 82, SHERMAN 46: Raeshawn Breckenridge had 23 points and nine rebounds to pace the visiting Greyhounds to a win. Also for Valley (7-2), Arik McGinnis tallied 13 points and Henry Barron 11. TUG VALLEY 53, LOGAN 41: Mikey Newsome hit all seven of his free throws and scored 22 points to pace the visiting Panthers to victory. For the Wildcats (5-7), Zach Minnick had 15 points and Worm Street 10.MORGANTOWN 69, PARKERSBURG 54: Nathan Adrian led the way with 24 points as the host Mohigans (12-1) earned a win. For the Big Reds (5-9), Trevor Britton had 16 points.