The hot-shooting Poca Dots took command early and defeated Clay County 84-40 in their season opener in boys high school basketball Friday night in Poca.
The Dots, who shot 29 of 49 from the field, jumped out to a 19-4 lead and led 27-6 after the first eight minutes. Helped by a 15-2 run in the second quarter, they built a 54-13 halftime lead.
"We played really well,'' said Poca coach Allen Osborne. "We had a great start and shot well.''
Noah Frampton led the Poca scoring with 20 points, Matt Chandler added 17 and Elijah Cuffee and Luke Frampton contributed 10 points each.
Chris Cole and Noah Taylor scored 10 each for Clay (1-1).
Jalen Jones scored 16 points, and Joey Re had 10 for Oak Hill (1-0), which led 44-10 at halftime. Will Dooley scored 10 for Fayetteville (0-1).
Cody Monroe led the Patriots (2-0) with 16 points, and Logan Lawrentz netted 15. Thomas Cole led the Bruins (0-1) with 18 points and 11 rebounds.
Keith Clemons led St. Joe with 33 points, Iain Clark added 17, Briant Conaty had 15 and Payne Meadows 13.
Aaron Lewis led Buffalo (0-1) with 22 points, Laythen Good had 16, Isaiah Robinson 14 and John Hodges 13.
Walker Rose scored eight to lead the Highlanders (0-1).
Bowles finished with a team-high 27 points, and Justin Cogar chipped in 20 points for the Renegades (1-0).
For the Spartans (1-1), Rondale Watson poured in a game-high 30 points and pulled down 14 rebounds, and John Tunstalle scored 20.
Vlad Novak recorded 11 points for Teays Valley (4-2). Julian Fleshman led Calvary with 15 points and Trent Spears scored 11.