Henry Sorsaia recorded 23 points and 11 rebounds to lead host Hurricane to an 84-73 win over St. Albans in boys high school basketball Tuesday.
Ace Estep notched 14 points, Garrett DeFries and J.T. Rogoszewski each chipped in 13 points and Trey Dawson added 12 for the Redskins (12-4).
Cody Young's 16 points paced the Red Dragons (2-9) with Jeffrey Seams and Quamise Carter finishing with 13 apiece and Ryan Broderick 11.SC 98, Cabell Midland 43: Brandon Knapper netted 21 points as South Charleston rolled to a home win. Tre Clark added 16 points for the Black Eagles (13-1). Coy Pettit paced Cabell Midland with 14 points.Capital 77, Ripley 58: Capital rolled to the road victory as Carrington Morris had 17 points and 12 rebounds and Jordan Kinney (19 points) and Bryce Goldsmith (12) both scored in double figures. Chase Johnson posted 18 points for the Vikings and Kade Harrison recorded 14 points, nine rebounds and eight assists.Woodrow 69, GW 62: Donte Nabors tallied 21 points to pace host Woodrow Wilson (11-2) to its 10th straight win. George Washington (9-4) was down by 19 with 3:51 to go and cut it back. Jon Elmore (34 points) and Anthony Dean (14) led the Patriots.Huntington 71, Spring Valley 57: Arick Nicks had 24 points, going 16 of 24 at the foul line, and Tavian Dunn-Martin hit five 3-pointers to score 20 for the host Highlanders (11-2). Jacob Kilgore led the Timberwolves (7-5) with 17 points.Logan 83, Lincoln County 47: Zak Miller nailed eight 3-pointers and finished with 24 points as Logan won at Lincoln County. Zach Acord tossed in 13 points for the Wildcats (6-6), who went 14 of 21 on 3s. Jacob Hudson led the Panthers (3-11) with 12 points and Jake Reynolds scored 10.Poca 81, Tolsia 48: Noah Frampton scored 26 points as Poca claimed its 10th win in a row. Matt Chandler added 15 points for the host Dots (12-1). Kaleb Sturgell netted 22 points for Tolsia (1-13) and Tyler Stroud added 20.Winfield 97, Nitro 61: Bear Bellomy erupted for 30 points as Winfield won easily on the road. Zach Fisher chipped in 22 for the Generals (9-5). Ian Lee scored 21 points for Nitro (3-11) while Neil Sallada had 16.Sissonville 58, Wayne 51: Nathan Miller scored 16 points and pulled down 17 rebounds for the visiting Indians. Blake Newhouse scored 14 points for Sissonville (6-8) and Duncan McClung added 10. Grant Ferguson led all scorers with 22 points for the Pioneers (7-7) with Brett Justice contributing 10.Valley 71, Midland Trail 46: Zac Warden (18 points), Druw Bowen (17) and Henry Barron-Houchins (14) scored in double figures for the Greyhounds (12-1). Rickie Carter had 10 points for the host Patriots (7-7).Parkersburg 68, Riverside 64: Ja'Darien Wade posted 20 points as Parkersburg won at home. Jordan Colebank added 19 points for the Big Reds (4-9). Tyus Wood paced Riverside (6-6) with 19 points and Josh Carpenter chipped in 16.Roane 70, Clay 68: Zach McKown's basket with 5 seconds left won it for visiting Roane County, as Clay County missed a potential tying shot at the buzzer. Jacob Neal and Tyler Harper scored 22 and 20 points, respectively, for Roane, with Ryan Errickson adding 19. Storm Carver led Clay County (6-7) with 21 points, Jarrod Woodyard had 20 and Chris Cole 12.Teays Valley 49, Grace 44: Zach Moore scored 12 points as Teays Valley Christian held off visiting Grace Christian. Parker D'Antoni added 11 points for Teays Valley (14-7). Josh Lycans led Grace Christian with 13 points and Andrew Step netted 11.Calvary 42, Cross Lanes 37: Trent Spears scored the 1,000th point of his prep career as Calvary Baptist defeated host Cross Lanes Christian. Spears finished with 21 points for Calvary (8-7). Brock Norman led Cross Lanes (3-8) with 17 points.Greenbrier East 55, Princeton 40: Obi Romeo scored 13 points and grabbed 15 rebounds as Greenbrier East won on the road. Tyler Canterbury paced the Spartans (12-3) with 15 points. Ian Southcott and Aaron Ferguson each had 12 points for Princeton (5-8).Ravenswood 65, Williamstown 59: Isaac Crow dominated inside with 30 points and 14 rebounds for the host Red Devils (8-5) and Jake Martin added 19 points. For the Yellowjackets (10-5), Chandler Weber had 24 points.