Boys roundup: Poca defense shuts down Sissonville
Poca clamped down on defense Friday night, holding visiting Sissonville to eight first-half points in earning a 60-40 boys basketball victory.
Noah Frampton led the Dots (15-2), ranked No. 4 in Class AA, with 18 points followed by Cam Cottrill (14), Jake Payne (12) and Matt Chandler (11).
Zach Null was the lone double-digit scorer for Sissonville (7-11) with 18 points.
Donte Nabors led the Flying Eagles (15-4) with 22 points while Nathan McNeil led St. Albans (5-14) with 15. Nequan Carrington (18) and Chase Hancock (12) also scored in double digits for Woodrow.
McCarty finished with 22 points for the Big Blacks and Alex Somerville turned in 18. Zak Miller tallied 14 points for the Wildcats and Worm Street and Trent Dalton donated 10 each. Logan's A.J. Reynolds grabbed 14 rebounds.
Levi Lambert led the Renegades (13-6) with 21 points while Corey Bowls finished with 20. Adam Canada led Wyoming East (12-5) with 21 points.
Obi Romeo added 14 points and 22 boards for the Spartans (17-1) while Bryce Woodliff chipped in 14. Corey Coppola recorded a double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds for the Class AA No. 1 Beavers (15-2) and Anthony Eades had 15 points.
Doug Dennis pumped in 18 points for AAA No. 4 South (15-3) while Cody Monroe added 12 points and 12 assists. Ryan Reinbeau totaled 20 points for Park (6-9). Zach Snedeker dropped in 13 and Luke Saseen 10.
Jake Ullman led the Crusaders (16-3) with 22 points followed by Joe Padden with 17 and Ben Collie with 13. Jake Martin tallied 17 points for the Red Devils (4-12) and Heath Burgess had 16.
Travis Murphy led Union (12-5) with 16 points.
Trey Suttle and Jordan Elkins each scored 15 and Daniel Beverly had 11 for Elk Valley (7-8). Kris Adkins scored 22 points to lead Grace Christian (2-12).
Thursday's boys games
Greg Harbert tossed in 11 points for the Timberwolves. Angelo Sirianni led Nitro with 22 points and J.P. Mawyer added 13.
For the Vikings (6-13), Casey Smith and Chuck Sleboda had 13 points apiece.