Noah Frampton posted 19 points as host Poca earned its 16th straight boys basketball win Wednesday night, defeating Mingo Central 81-37.
Kayden Meeks scored 18 points and Matt Chandler added 17 for the Dots (18-1). Alex Lee led the Miners (9-8) with 17 points and Dikembe Dixson chipped in 10 points.
Riverside 75, Spring Valley 65: Tyus Wood scored 26 points to go over 1,000 points for his career as host Riverside rallied for a win. Josh Carpenter and Tamar Lawson each had 15 points for the Warriors (11-7) and Quan Brock scored 11. Riverside outscored the Timberwolves 27-12 in the fourth quarter. Jacob Kilgore led all scorers with 29 points for Spring Valley (13-7) with Josh Steele and Greg Herbert each adding 17.
Ripley 68, Shady Spring 53: Luke Layhew poured in 25 points on 12-of-15 shooting as host Ripley picked up a win. Kade Harrison pitched in 13 points for the Vikings. Nathan Williams and Steven Chhabra each had 13 points for the Tigers with Jordan Meadows adding 12.
Sherman 87, Hannan 55: Host Sherman took a 49-24 lead into halftime and coasted to a win. Braden Harrah posted 16 points to lead the Tide (6-10) with Tyler Stewart adding 12 and Aaron Lowe 10. Tyler Burns led Hannan with 13 points with Jeremy Schofield (11) and Will Harbour (10) also reaching double figures.
Tuesday's boys game
Van 67, Hannan 57: Brandon Elswick poured in 29 points as Van earned a home victory. Logan Crouse added 10 points for the Bulldogs (7-9). Will Harbour paced the Wildcats with 22 points and Tyler Burns scored 19.
Winfield 50, Capital 47: Capital inbounded the ball with four seconds but could not get a shot off as the Cougars fell to visiting Winfield. Cheyenna Sawyers led the Generals with 19 points. Dashia Foster paced Capital (7-13) with 18 points and 17 rebounds.
Charleston Catholic 66, Pocahontas County 54: Anna Whelan nailed six 3-pointers to finish with 26 points as Charleston Catholic held off host Pocahontas County. Vida Imani added 17 points and Hannah Gallian chipped in 12 points for the Irish (15-5). Tristin Day led the Warriors (12-6) with 22 points and Melissa Murphy scored 18.
Man 52, Buffalo 48: Morgan Carr recorded 22 points as Man edged host Buffalo. Mika McCoy added 17 points for the Hillbillies. Chelsey Parkins led the Bison with 19 points and Katie Allen and Paige Roush each scored 10.