Prep basketball: St. Albans boys hang on at Ripley
ROANE 74, BRAXTON 53: Jacob Neal and Isaac Wilmoth each scored 15 points to lead visiting Roane County (8-3). For the Eagles (1-7), Cody Hilton had 24 points and Thomas Pritt 16.
CHAPMANVILLE 53, MINGO CENTRAL 27: Brady Cox scored a game-high 16 points as visiting Chapmanville downed Mingo Central.
Josh Butcher chipped in 12 points and Kenny Plumley added 11 for the Tigers (8-1). Alex Lee led the Miners (3-6) with 11 points.
CALHOUN 61, CLAY 53: Sam Brady tallied 14 points to pace a balanced attack for host Calhoun County (3-5). Also for the Red Devils, Ryan Slider and Tyler Sims scored 13 points apiece. Slider added a dozen rebounds.
For Clay County (4-5), Chris Cole poured in 28 points and Stephen Cole contributed nine points and nine rebounds.
WESTSIDE 60, TUG VALLEY 49: Justin Cogar (24 points, 14 rebounds) turned in a double-double and Justin Kenneda added 14 points for the visiting Renegades (7-1). For the Panthers (4-3), Hayden Sturgell scored 19 points and Calvin Blankenship 14.
WESTSIDE 56, PIKEVIEW 55: Hope Lester turned in 20 points and 10 rebounds to lead the host Renegades. Faith Davis chipped in 13 points for Westside (8-0), which is No. 1 in Class AA. Madison May notched 23 points and Lyndsay Hatfield had 14 for the No. 7 Panthers, whose only two losses are against Westside.
CHAPMANVILLE 38, TOLSIA 36: Shian Meeks tied her season high with nine points for the visiting Tigers. Kristen Desrocher, who was averaging 15.9 points for Chapmanville (7-4), was held to five. Jordan Presley scored 13 points for the Rebels (3-6) and Savannah Winnett added 12 points and seven boards.
LOGAN 60, BELFRY 27: Shayna Gore had 18 points and 10 assists and become the Wildcats' all-time leading girls scorer in a win over Belfry (Ky.). Gore passed Amanda Greene, who had 1,135 points. Logan (7-3) led 29-14 at halftime.
MINGO CENTRAL 58, WAYNE 36: Ashley Curry netted 19 points for the visiting Miners. Kierra Hammond scored 12 points for Mingo Central (5-5) and Tyshira Joplin 10. Emily Marsh had eight points for the Pioneers.