Trevon Taylor exploded for a career-best 31 points as host Nitro edged rival St. Albans 67-60 Wednesday in boys basketball.
Neil Sallada scored nine points and Tyler Barton and Josiah Bosley each chipped in eight points to lead the Wildcats (2-8), who have won back-to-back games. Kevic Watkins scored 16 points and Jeffrey Seams 13 to lead the Red Dragons (2-7).
Hurricane 70, Spring Valley 52: Ace Estep posted 18 points as Hurricane cruised past host Spring Valley, which saw a four-game win streak halted.
Trey Dawson netted 15 points and Henry Sorsaia (13) and Garrett DeFries (11) both scored double-figures to lead the Redskins (10-3). Jacob Kilgore led the Timberwolves (5-5) with a game-high 22 points and Greg Herbert scored 16.
Winfield 94, Midland 71: Toby Show's double-double (23 points, 11 rebounds) sparked the Generals to a home win. Winfield sank 22 of 28 free throws.
Also for Winfield (7-5), Bear Bellomy had 27 points and seven rebounds, Zach Fisher 18 points and five assists and Heath Diehl 10 points. For Cabell Midland (3-8), Coy Pettit had 17 points, Cole Tilley 13 and Mark Wilcox 10.
Hoover 47, Clay 46: Hunter White made two free throws with 2.2 seconds left as Herbert Hoover (2-9) slipped past host Clay County to break a six-game losing streak.
Noah Toops led Hoover with 17 points and Matthew Justice scored 16. Stephen Cole led the Panthers (4-6) with 19 points while Chris Cole added 11 and Storm Carver 10.
Valley 74, Van 46: Henry Barron-Houchins and Zac Warden each scored 25 points as the host Greyhounds ran past Van. Raeshawn Breckenridge added 10 points for Valley (9-1). Tyler Honeycutt scored 13, Keith Blevins 11 and Brandon Elswick and Cole Price 10 each for the Bulldogs (2-7).
Coal Grove 71, Wayne 55: Conor Markins scored 25 points as Coal Grove (Ohio) won at the Huntington Invitational. For the Pioneers (7-5), Brett Justice had 17 points and Nathaniel Earl 12.
Woodrow 62, Parkersburg 45: Brent Osborne tossed in 16 points as visiting Woodrow Wilson (6-2) flew out to a 37-18 halftime lead and cruised home. J.D. Wade led the Big Reds (3-8) with 10 points.