Tanner Bragg came off the bench to drop in 21 points Saturday evening and lead Clay-Battelle to a 61-50 victory over Valley in the third-place game of the Hometown Invitational Tournament in Summersville.
Bragg hit 8 of 10 shots for the Cee-Bees, who shot 53 percent for the game (25 of 47). Valley, by comparison, made only 32 percent (22 of 69).
Zach Chisler added 18 points for Clay-Battelle, netting 8 of 13 shots. Logan Opyoke turned in a double-double (13 points, 10 rebounds).
For Valley, Zac Warden scored 16 points and Raeshawn Breckenridge 12. Keyshawn Payne grabbed a team-high six rebounds, but the Greyhounds trailed 28-21 off the boards.
It marked the third game in three days for the Greyhounds (11-6), the No. 10 team in Class A, who beat Oak Hill Thursday and lost at Buffalo on Friday.
Morris, who finished with 36 points, five rebounds and four blocks, was fouled shooting a 3 with about 20 seconds left in regulation, then made all three from the charity stripe to knot the game at 58. Webster jumped out to a 68-60 edge in OT behind Morris and held on for the win.
Hunter Given added 13 points and nine boards for the Highlanders (12-3), who trailed 32-22 at halftime. Trevor McGee netted 19 points for Liberty (9-7) while Levi Cook chipped in 18 and Matt Klucarich 10.