LOGAN 69, LINCOLN COUNTY 42: Monica Mitchell had 19 points and 17 rebounds in leading visiting Logan to a win.
Shayna Gore contributed 12 points and 12 assists for the Wildcats (11-6) and Hannah Tothe chipped in 12 points. Taylor Lucas paced Lincoln County with 12 points.
SHERMAN 56, RICHWOOD 48: Sarah Massey scored 20 points and Jordan Lewis 19 as Sherman (7-10) downed visiting Richwood.
Breanna Mazzella netted 19 points for Richwood and Hannah Green had 10.
NICHOLAS 68, WEBSTER 35: Shealyn Shafer led all scorers with 22 points as host Nicholas County cruised. Mykenzie Martin and Nicole Hamilton each tallied 14 points for the Class AA No. 3 Grizzlies.
Samantha Stout's 11 points led Webster County (10-8) and Brandi Clevenger tossed in 10.
PARKERSBURG 49, RIPLEY 39: Megan Morrison netted 16 points as Parkersburg (12-8) downed host Ripley.
Chelsey Hager had 14 points for the Vikings (0-18).
MINGO CENTRAL 49, BELFRY 43: The Miners held host Belfry (Ky.) to 16 points combined in the second and third quarters.
Ashley Curry and Hannah Church totaled eight points apiece for Mingo Central (9-9).
BETH HAVEN 45, SC CHRISTIAN 31: Ashton Fry had a game-high 16 points and Megan Toppings added 10 for visiting Beth Haven Christian.
Amanda Carver scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for South Charleston Christian (5-10) and Haileah Light scored 10 points.
ELK VALLEY 45, GRACE 27: Katie Burdette scored 13 and Hannah Williams finished with 12 points to lead Elk Valley Christian (13-8) to a road win.
Shelby Cicenas led Grace Christian (10-4) with 10 points.
Thursday's girls games
MINGO 43, BELFRY 35: Freshman Caitlin Cantrell scored 12 points to help Mingo Central hold off visiting Belfry (Ky.).
Chrissy Farmer finished with nine points and Hannah Church scored six in the win for the Miners.
TUCKER 68, POCAHONTAS 51: Amber Evans and Stephanie Betler scored 17 points apiece as host Tucker County won a showdown between Class A top-10 teams.
Savannah Ambrose added 14 points and 10 rebounds for the No. 5 Mountain Lions (13-4). Bobbie McNabb, Heather Snead and Melissa Murphy each scored 12 points for No. 6 Pocahontas County (12-5).