Moles has taken his day-to-day battles with big men around the Mountain State Athletic Conference in stride.
"I've gotten used to it, I guess you could say,'' he said.
"Obi Romeo, he's a big guy and I respect his game a lot, but I did the best I could on him. Coach [Boz Fakur], our big man coach, teaches me a lot. He says it doesn't matter how big you are - you can guard anybody. It doesn't matter the size.''
Moles realizes he can't defend taller opponents in the post without assistance from his teammates.
"My coaches and teammates, they really help me to guard those guys,'' Moles said, "and they show me a lot of confidence. They know I can try to shut them down, so they put me on them, and the guards do their work.''
No luck in Sissonville
Sissonville had higher hopes coming into the season, coming off an 18-7 record and returning two of its top three scorers in Zach Null and Trent Stowers.
However, the Indians have struggled to find a consistent scoring option behind those two and bring an 8-14 record into sectional play tonight.
Another obstacle has been bad luck. Sissonville is 1-9 in games decided by eight points or fewer, including three one-point losses.
"When you're losing, it seems like everything goes against you,'' said coach Rich Skeen, "even though it's really never more than before. We're just snake-bit. Just inconsistent.''
Reach Rick Ryan at 304-348-5175 or rickr...@wvgazette.com.