Alanna Mobayed recorded her first career triple-double with 17 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists as George Washington routed visiting Winfield 65-35 in girls high school basketball action Thursday.
Shionna Banks contributed a double-double with 17 points and 13 rebounds and Maria Romeo scored 13 for the Patriots (1-2).
Haylea Roberson was the only double-digit scorer for the Generals (2-1) with 16 points.
SPRING VALLEY 71, CAPITAL 54: Madison Morris produced 22 points as Spring Valley picked up a road win. Jaida Adkins added 20 points for the Timberwolves. Capital (2-3) received all its points from Alex Gray (22), India Hairston (17) and Dashia Foster (15).
NITRO 60, PRINCETON 48: Savannah Shamblin scored a game-high 26 points as visiting Nitro beat Princeton. Hannah Linville, Bethany Linville and Tiffany Reavis each scored eight for the Wildcats (5-0). Kaleigh Barker led the Tigers (0-4) with 21 points.
SA 54, WOODROW WILSON 29: Breanna Propst poured in 16 points as visiting St. Albans beat Woodrow Wilson. Haleigh Legg scored 13 for the Red Dragons (4-1). Aaliyah Williams led the Flying Eagles (1-4) with 10 points.
PARKERSBURG 68, HURRICANE 64: Brooke Kurucz exploded for 36 points as host Parkersburg outlasted Hurricane. Kameron Snyder chipped in 18 points for the Big Reds. Abby Watson netted 28 for the Redskins (2-2) and Hannah Thompson scored 12.
OAK HILL 63, LIBERTY 25: Alyssa Barron netted 13 points as Oak Hill earned a home win. Savannah Keffer and Caelea Teel both chipped in 12 points for the Red Devils (3-3). Stacey Williams had nine points for Liberty (0-4).
BUFFALO 61, MAN 36: Olivia Dunn poured in 19 points as Buffalo rolled to a road win over Man. Chelsey Parkins added 14 points for the Bison (4-1). Morgan Conn paced the Hillbillies (1-4) with 16 points.
SISSONVILLE 58, CLAY COUNTY 40: Brittany Gould netted a game-high 18 points as Sissonville went on the road to beat Clay County. Madison Jones scored 17 and Karli Pinkerton 14 for the Indians. Isabelle Haverty led the Panthers (2-2) with 14 points and McKinzee Barker scored 12.
BETH HAVEN 38, SC CHRISTIAN 36: Megan Hager scored 12 points as Beth Haven Christian edged host South Charleston Christian. Ashton Fry and Hannah Browning each recorded 10 points for Beth Haven (2-2). Hannah Schafer led South Charleston (0-4) with 10 points and 16 rebounds.
MIDLAND 63, RIPLEY 47: Emily Pitkin scored 18 points as Cabell Midland handled host Ripley. Sierra Jordan added 11 points for the Knights. Amy Ferell and Chelsey Hager each scored 10 for the Vikings (2-3).
MIDLAND TRAIL 54, MONTCALM 25: Host Midland Trail got off to an 18-1 advantage after the first quarter and cruised to a win. Mallory Stonestreet led all scorers with 10 points for the Patriots. Heather Nicewander scored eight points to lead Montcalm.
SUMMERS 91, WYOMING EAST 47: Brandy Morrison poured in a game-high 31 points as Summers County went on the road to thump Wyoming East. Whittney Justice (17), Brittany Justice (10) and Audrey Holley (10) all scored double figures for the Bobcats (5-0). Bri Pertee led the Warriors (5-1) with 15 points.
POCAHONTAS 67, RICHWOOD 23: Tristin Day scored 13 points as visiting Pocahontas County beat Richwood. Sarah Ryder and Melissa Murphy each recorded 12 points and Bobbie McNabb netted 10 for the Warriors (3-1). Katie Mullins led the Lumberjacks (0-5) with 12 points.
SCOTT 67, MINGO CENTRAL 25: Landyn McKinney poured in 17 points as Scott won on the road. Ali Whitman added 14 points for the Skyhawks (4-0), Jaimee Dotson 12 and Julie Conway 10.
GILMER 58, ROANE 46: Julie Bishop had 20 points and Kylie Snuff 17 to pace visiting Gilmer County. For the Raiders, Cassidy Taylor scored 13, and Mary Kate Westfall 10.
SHERMAN 88, MONTCALM 64: Blake Brewer (20) and Cody Muncy (19) combined for 39 points as the host Tide (2-0) rallied from a halftime deficit to win. Travis Duncan led the Generals with 17 points and Tyler Goins had 15.
POINT 71, NITRO 47: Wade Martin had 23 points and Alex Somerville 18 to pace host Point Pleasant to victory. For the Wildcats, Buck Shepherd tallied 15 points and J.P. Mawyer 11.