With South Charleston up 47-44, a moving Johnson seemed worried about being called for a possible double-dribble and threw an ill-advised pass that Kincaid swiped. He drew a foul and hit both foul shots.
It was one of 14 steals for SC and one of 21 turnovers by Woodrow.
"We kind of forced some shots there [early] in the fourth quarter and it got them back in the game,'' Kincaid said. "Then we stopped doing that.''
Woodrow also had an off-night from distance, going 0 of 11 from 3-point range.
"We're kind of in a slump,'' Kidd said. "We've got to get our confidence back and start knocking them down.''
Nabors led the Flying Eagles with 18 points, but went only 7 of 21 from the floor. Nequan Carrington backed him with a double-double (12 points, 10 rebounds), including three rebound goals.
Woodrow did control the boards, grabbing 53 rebounds to SC's 26. Chase Hancock led the hosts with 12 rebounds. Reese also had seven for the Black Eagles.
The Flying Eagles have now lost three straight after a 4-0 start.
"I can't believe they've lost three in a row in this building,'' Herbert said. "That's amazing to me. So this is a good win for us, and being 7-1 now.''
Reach Rick Ryan t 304-348-5175 or rickr...@wvgazette.com.