Taliah Cashwell posted 16 points as South Charleston edged host Huntington 53-49 Friday night in girls high school basketball.
Aaliyah Dunham scored 15 points for the Black Eagles (12-2). Dazha Congleton led the Highlanders (14-2) with 14 points and Jordyn Dawson scored 11.
Shady Spring 49, Oak Hill 41: Morgan Brown tallied 14 points while Abigail Gwinn added 13 as Shady Spring (5-10) secured a road win. Madison Lilly had 10 points for Oak Hill (5-10).
Clay County 80, Wirt County 34: Clay County jumped out to a 23-5 first quarter lead and crushed visiting Wirt County. McKinzee Barker led the Panthers (12-3) with 17 points and Emily Wynn (13), Bethany Young (11) and Katelyn Horrocks (10) also reached double figures. Miriam Smith led the Tigers with nine points.
Wood County Christian 54, Teays Valley Christian 35: Anna Lord scored 14 points as host Wood County rolled to a home win. Heather Lord contributed 13 points for Wood County. Rachel Kizer led Teays Valley with seven points.
Gilmer 62, Pocahontas 51: Julie Bishop poured in game-high 41 points to lead Gilmer County (12-2) past host Pocahontas County. Tristin Day led the Warriors (9-4) with 21 points.
Hurricane 73, Lincoln County 69: Abby Watson scored 13 of her game-high 26 points in the fourth quarter and overtime as Hurricane slipped past Lincoln County on the road. Taneisha Sturdavent tossed in 17 points and Audrey Barber contributed 12 points for the Redskins (9-7). Taylor Lucas led the Panthers (4-9) with 20 points and Lindsey Prichard scored 18.
Elk Valley 69, Riverside 55: Katie Burdette tallied 21 points as Elk Valley Christian (11-5) won at home. Rachel Mills exploded for 32 points for Riverside (1-9) while Brittany Woods had 13.
Summers 59, Westside 48: Whitney Justice netted 18 points and Brittney Justice had 16 as Summers County (13-0) secured a home win. Hope Lester posted 21 points for Westside (9-2) while Faith Davis added 11.
Morgantown 59, Logan 49: The Mohigans (10-6), ranked No. 10 in Class AAA, built an 18-5 first-quarter lead, but the Wildcats, ranked No. 6 in AAA, cut the deficit to 42-39 entering the final period. Leading Morgantown were Olivia Seggie with 14 points, Syndey Holloway (12), Sammie Parks (11) and Brie Giuliani (11). Shayna Gore scored 23 points and Lexi Hines had 15 for Logan (10-5).
Thursday's girls games
Tucker 47, Pocahontas 38: Airyanna Kachmarick had 13 points as visiting Tucker County won in a battle of top-10 Class A teams. Savannah Ambrose (12 points, nine rebounds) and Bekah Simmons (12 points) also stood out for the Lions (8-3). Lorena Rose had 11 points and Tristin Day 10 for the Warriors (9-3).
Mingo Central 49, Tug Valley 25: Hannah Church scored 18 points to lead Mingo Central over Tug Valley. Caitlyn Cantrell added 10 points for the Miners (7-7). Hannah Armstrong led the Panthers (3-8) with nine points.