Alanna Mobayed netted 23 points and hauled in 11 rebounds as host George Washington clinched the Mountain State Athletic Conference East Division with a 62-46 girls basketball win over Capital Tuesday night.
GW earns a spot in the MSAC title game at 6 p.m. on Feb. 22 at the South Charleston Community Center against either SC or Spring Valley.
Hailey Stewart added 10 points and Shionna Banks scored 11 for the Patriots (11-6). India Hairston and Alex Gray each sank 16 points to lead the Cougars.
South Charleston 72, Nitro 40: Lina Villanueva and Aryaunna Mosley each tallied 16 points as South Charleston (14-3) cruised to a road win. Savannah Shamblin scored a team-high 14 points for Nitro (12-6).
Midland 59, Hurricane 44: Emily Pitkin netted 24 points as Cabell Midland scored a home victory. Haley Haggerty added 14 points for the Knights (13-6). Abby Watson tallied 23 points for Hurricane (10-9).
Riverside 87, Lincoln County 85: Brittany Wood exploded for 30 points as Riverside picked up a double-overtime home win. Kara Knapp added 21 points for the Warriors (3-11) and Rachael Mills had 20. Lindsey Pritchard netted 25 points for the Panthers (5-12) and Taylor Adkins and Taylor Lucas each had 17 points.
Sissonville 82, Tolsia 28: Madison Jones produced 22 points and Brittany Gould chipped in 18 as Sissonville (14-3) rolled to a home win. Jordan Presley had eight points for Tolsia.
Summers 68, Bluefield 49: Whitney Justice posted 16 points and Brandy Morrison added 14 as Summers County (16-1) won at home. Destiny Sims had 16 points for Bluefield (7-7).