January 4, 2013
Girls roundup: Catholic girls handle Buffalo 49-43
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LOGAN 64, MORGANTOWN 61: Shayna Gore tallied 10 of her 25 points in the fourth quarter as the host Wildcats rallied from second-half deficits as high as 18 points to beat the Mohigans - the third win this season for Logan against a ranked team. Kyra Cline added 17 points and freshman Monica Mitchell had 12 rebounds for Logan (5-2). Haley Holloway led Morgantown with 21 points and Caroline Colombo scored 17.
BRAXTON 42, WIRT 27: Braxton County built a five-point halftime lead and pulled away in the second half for a victory over visiting Wirt County. Hunter Sodaro led Braxton (6-4) with 16 points and Bailey Stewart added 12. Stone Cheuvront scored 13 to lead Wirt (5-6).
POCAHONTAS 39, TUCKER 38: Bobbie McNabb drove to the basket and scored with 1.6 seconds left to lift Pocahontas County past visiting Tucker County. McNabb finished with 10 points for the Warriors (8-3). Amber Evans scored 16 points, and Stephanie Betler had 14 for Tucker (5-4).
CROSS LANES 37, TEAYS 22: Courtney Kendrick netted 23 points as Cross Lanes Christian (7-3) won on the road. For Teays Valley Christian (3-3), Gracie Kesier had 10 points.
Thursday's girls games
RAVENSWOOD 73, TYLER 66: Hailey Miller scored 21 points to pace Ravenswood past Tyler Consolidated. Taylor Youell added 19 points for the Red Devils, while Melonna Carmichael posted 17. Torrye Cline had 25 for Tyler.
POCAHONTAS 65, RICHWOOD 28: Tristan Day had 14 points and Heather Snead 11 and Olivia Workman nearly pulled off a triple-double for visiting Pocahontas County (7-3). Workman ended with eight points, 10 rebounds, 11 steals and eight assists. Breanna Mazzella tallied 11 points and Hanna Brown 10 for Richwood (4-4).