Snow wiped out most of the schedule at the finals of the Hometown Invitational Tournament Saturday at the Summersville Arena and Conference Center, as six of the eight games were scrubbed.
In the lone contest of the night session, Buffalo rallied past Greenbrier West 54-50 in the third-place game.
Laythen Good and Gabe Garrison each tallied 14 points for the Bison (11-6), who was the HIT runner-up last year. Bradley Harris added 12 points and John Hodges 10.
For the Cavaliers (8-6), Jared Jennings had 11 points and Chris Gabbert 10. West led heading into the final quarter 42-38.
The only contest to be played in the early session was Valley Wetzel beating East Hardy 76-58 in the 15th-place game.
Tournament president Greg Crist was hopeful that some of the other place-winner games - culminating a statewide season-long tournament for 22 public-school teams - could be held later this season at a neutral site to be determined.
The title game between Valley (14-1) and Clay-Battelle (13-5) was among those games called off when Fayette County schools decided not to let its four teams travel to snowy Nicholas County on Saturday.
In the early game, Tucker Cain had 18 points for Valley Wetzel and Triston Kocher (16 points, 12 rebounds) was selected as the Lumberjacks' MVP. Michael Miller (20 points) was East Hardy's MVP.
Tyler Hurd led the Cougars (11-3) with 16 points and Jordan Kinney scored 15. Mark Wilcox tossed in a game-high 18 points to lead the Knights (4-15).