Vida Imani scored 14 points Saturday afternoon as host Charleston Catholic (17-5) earned a 42-28 girls basketball victory against Pocahontas County.
For the Warriors (13-7), Tristin Day tallied 12 points.
Sissonville 63, Herbert Hoover 41: Brittany Gould racked up 25 points, 14 rebounds and 10 steals as Sissonville rolled to a road win. Madison Jones added 17 points and Karli Pinkerton tossed in 13 points for the Indians (18-3). Hannah King led the Huskies (17-5) with 16 points.
Buffalo 49, Tucker County 47: Buffalo led by seven going into the fourth quarter and held on for a home win. Laythen Good led the Bison (12-8) with 12 points and John Hodges scored 10. Mitchell Mason led the Mountain Lions (14-4) with 17 points and Ian Nichols added 14.
Greenbrier East 82, Hedgesville 62: Chaunte McDowell erupted for 33 points and Lexi Tincher and Elizabeth Romeo added 13 points apiece for host East (20-1). Carly Elliott notched 38 points for the Eagles and Courtney Sansone had 17.
Cross Lanes Christian 71, Wood County Christian 65: Tyler Corvin scored eight of his game-high 28 points in overtime as Cross Lanes Christian slipped past host Wood County Christian. Brock Norman netted 23 points for Cross Lanes and Zack Matheny scored 10. Pat Goff paced Wood County with 21 points.
Chapmanville 61, Sissonville 39: Josh Butcher scored 15 points as Chapmanville cruised past host Sissonville. Trey Dalton added 12 points for the Tigers. Chance Brown powered the Indians (9-11) with a game-high 24 points.
Sherman 60, Midland Trail 58: Tyler Stewart made 1 of 2 free throws with under three seconds left as Sherman escaped with a road win. Stewart and Cody Muncy led the Tide (8-10) with 17 points each. Collin Carte paced the Patriots (7-12) with 15 points and Ricky Carter added 12.
Greenbrier East 96, Nicholas County 62: The host Spartans ran out to a 28-5 lead and never looked back. Tyler Canterbury turned in 20 points and six assists for East (15-5) while Obi Romeo contributed 13 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks, Rondale Watson pitched in 13 points and eight assists, Josh Tunstalle added 12 points and Ben Allen 11 points. Jared Tharp scored 22 points for the Grizzlies (10-8) and Cody McClung had 17.