Breanna Propst scored a game-high 27 points as visiting St. Albans outlasted South Charleston 58-54 in girls high school basketball Friday.
Tori Wilson chipped in nine points and Haleigh Legg contributed eight for the Red Dragons (5-1). Aaliyah Dunham and Talia Cashwell each sank 15 points to lead the Black Eagles (4-2).
Jahneese Clements (13 points), India Hairston (11) and Jenna Bsharah (11) all scored double-figures for the Cougars. Cassidy Taylor led Roane County with 10 points.
Brittany Gould led the way with 18 points, 14 rebounds, eight assists, four steals and three blocks. Also for Sissonville (5-0), Madison Jones scored 19, Karli Pinkerton 15 and Brooke Reed 10. Reed also pulled down 10 rebounds. Emily Marsh scored five points to pace the Pioneers (0-4).
Hannah King scored 29 points to lead the Huskies (5-1), who led 38-16 at halftime. Bethany Romine added 12 points.
For Parkersburg Catholic (2-5), Alex Schaffer had 15 points, Reily Sturm 14 and Alexis Saunders 11.
Tiffany Reavis contributed 18 points and 16 rebounds for the Wildcats (7-0). Savannah Shamblin and Halie Miller added 11 points each.
Anna Whelan led the Irish (3-1) with 13 points.
Jordan Presley added 12 points for the Rebels (2-3). Sarah Ryder led the Warriors (4-2) with 17 points.
Tolsia will play Nicholas County today in the championship matchup and Pocahontas County will face James Monroe in the consolation game.
Katelyn Horrocks scored a game-high 16 points for the Panthers (4-2). Abigail Lightner led the Hawks with nine points.
Lyndsay Hatfield totaled 17 points, Madison May added 13 and Courtney White had 10 for PikeView (7-1), which trailed 15-10 after the first quarter but outscored Graham 17-5 in the second. Lexi Kiser scored 14 and Dejah Carter 13 for Graham.