Girls roundup: Parkersburg South knocks off GW 68-64
Keya Bartlett poured in 32 points as Parkersburg South earned a win in a battle of Class AAA top 10 girls basketball teams, defeating George Washington 68-64 Monday in Parkersburg.
Taryn McCutcheon chipped in with 14 points for No. 7 Parkersburg South (13-6).
Rachel Ward led the way for No. 8 GW (13-7) with 24 points. Hailey Stewart added 17 points and Kelli Jo Harrison scored 14.
Katie Bruner led Point Pleasant with 11 points.
Alex Ellis and Emily Pikin each chipped in 14 points for the Knights (16-5).
Abby Watson netted a game-high 23 points for the Redskins (5-15).
Jordan Marshall also contributed 10 points for the Huskies (11-9).
Harley Hutchins paced the Dots (4-17) with 12 points and Paula Ord had 11.
Bianca Andre' and Shaunte McDowell scored 22 points each for the Class AAA No. 1 Spartans (18-0) and Elizabeth Romeo netted 14.
Khadijah Lee paced Capital (9-11) with 19 points and Daisha Foster scored 11.
Lewis turned in a season-high 20 points and 14 rebounds for Buffalo (16-4), which has won 11 in a row. Tiffani Bailey contributed 16 points for the Bison.
Jordan Lewis totaled 14 points for the Tide (7-12) and Sarah Massey had 10.
Jaimee Dotson contributed 11 points for the Skyhawks (12-8). Mykenzie Martin had 14 points for the Grizzlies (16-3) while Lauren Young added 11.
Monica Mitchell recorded 24 points and 20 rebounds and Hannah Tothe scored 14 points for the Wildcats (10-11).
Haylea Roberson had 15 points for Winfield (10-11).
Brittany Gould erupted for 42 points for Clay County (16-4) while Mckinzee Barker added 10.
Shelby Smith paced the Class AA No. 6 Bobcats (14-6) with 15 points and Tyra Wynes chipped in 14.
Maranda Wimmer paced the Tigers (16-3) with 21 points, followed by Mckenzie Akers with 16 and Ashley Culicerto with 14. Sarah Kessler had eight points for Oak Hill.
Chris Cole added 13 points and Michael Shamblin 11 for Clay (9-9). Jacob Neal had 10 points for the Raiders (13-5).
Taylor Bragg had 11 points for the Eagles (14-6). Karli Hamrick's eight points led the way for Lewis County.
Kennedy Cochran and Marissa Workman scored 11 points each for Midland Trail and Workman added 11 rebounds.
Bree Pertee scored 19 for Wyoming East.
Hannah Armstrong chipped in 12 points for the Panthers. Taylor Bartram scored 10 for Wayne.
Laura Jones added 14 points and 13 rebounds for the Warriors (19-4) and Kathryn Legg scored 11. Emily Carman led Ohio Valley Christian (4-10) with 21 points and Madison Crank registered 15.
Kerbie Slone had eight points for Lincoln County.