Prep roundup: Sirianni leads Nitro past St. Albans 61-50
Webb finished with 16 points for the Skyhawks (7-0), while Matt Dolan posted a game-high 23. Nathan Blackburn had 16 points for Pike County (5-1).
PARK. SOUTH 87, FORT HILL 57: Parkersburg South (4-1) beat the host team at the Fort Hill Sentinel Classic in Cumberland, Md., behind a 23-point game from Doug Dennis.
Tyler Bolen (16) and Wes Mitchem (11) also hit double figures for the Patriots, who play Allegany (Md.) at 6 tonight. For Fort Hill (2-3), Travis Bush had 15 points and Jarrett Wolfe scored 13.
MARIETTA 50, WINFIELD 40: Erica Dawson exploded for 27 points as Marietta (Ohio) bested Winfield in the championship game of the 5th annual Jack Stephens Memorial Tournament at Parkersburg High School. Haylea Roberson scored nine points for the Generals (4-3).
SISSONVILLE 54, RAVENS-WOOD 44: Madison Jones scored a game-high 19 points to lead Sissonville to the win at the Rod Hudson Memorial Tournament at Ripley.
Karli Pinkerton added 10 for the Indians. Ravenswood's Tayhr Youell finished with a team-high 14 points with Taylor Treadway chipping in 13.
RIVERSIDE 46, RIPLEY 41: Rachel Mills tallied 15 points as Riverside downed Ripley in the Rod Hudson Memorial Tournament at Ripley.
Brittany Wood added 11 points for the Warriors. Chelsey Hager had 15 for the Vikings. Riverside will play Sissonville in the finals tonight at 8.
POCA 51, WAYNE 31: Paula Ord scored 13 points and pulled down 11 rebounds as the host Dots jumped out to a big lead and never looked back.
Maddie McGrew added 11 points and 10 rebounds for Poca (3-5), which led 16-2 after the first quarter and 30-9 at halftime. Tasha Maynard paced the Pioneers with eight points.
HOOVER 56, ROANE 37: Jordan Marshall posted 15 points as Herbert Hoover (6-1) extended its winning streak to six games. Kipra Rhodes scored 13 points for Roane County (2-5).
SPRING VALLEY 61, HUNTINGTON 57: Madison Morris scored 19 points as Spring Valley won on the road. Mackenzie Morris chipped in 15 points for the Timberwolves (5-2). Dazha Congleton and Kiana Evans had 12 points apiece for the Highlanders (6-2).