SHERMAN 60, VALLEY 58: Sarah Massey scored 20 points and Jordan Lewis added 18 as Sherman (9-11) downed visiting Valley. Alexis Payne paced Valley with 31 points, followed by Abby Buchan with 12.
RAVENSWOOD 58, RIPLEY 31: Taylor Youell paced the host Red Devils with 23 points followed by Hailey Miller with 20. Sarah Williams tallied 17 points for the Vikings.
WESTSIDE 91, INDEPENDENCE 18: Hope Lester netted 19 points as Class AA No. 1 Westside cruised to a home win. Faith Davis had 17 for the Renegades (18-1) and Morgan Spolarich scored 16. Emily Fedukovich had nine for Independence.
TUG VALLEY 56, CROSS LANES 50: Hannah Armstrong scored 15 points as Tug Valley downed visiting Cross Lanes Christian. Whitney Evans-Kirk chipped in 12 for the Panthers. Courtney Kendrick posted a game-high 22 points for Cross Lanes and Kathryn Legg 15.
Monday's boys games
GW 61, PARKERSBURG 51: Luke Eddy dropped in 23 points to pace visiting George Washington to a key victory over the Big Reds (7-12).
With the win, the Patriots (14-4) wrapped up a spot in the Mountain State Athletic Conference Night of Champions on Saturday at the South Charleston Community Center. GW will play Hurricane in the boys second-place game at 4 p.m.
Austin Breeden knocked down five 3-pointers for 15 points for the Patriots and Dominik King added 12 points. For Parkersburg, Dru Aldridge tallied 25 points.
HOOVER 55, GILMER 48: Cody Morris and Aaron Burdette each scored 16 points to lead the way for the visiting Huskies (12-6). Also for Herbert Hoover, Joey Forbes had 11 points. Gilmer County (10-8) received 18 points from Austin Cunningham, who hit five 3s. Anthony Aviles scored 12 points.
CLAY 41, ROANE 36: Alex Burkhamer scored a career-high 15 points to lead the visiting Panthers to a revenge victory. Stephen Cole added 13 points for Clay County (10-9). For the Raiders (13-5), Jacob Neal tallied 10 points. Clay led at halftime 17-15.
MSAC RESHUFFLING: Because of a clerical error, the Mountain State Athletic Conference boys basketball standings have been reshuffled as divisional games complete this week.
Riverside's Dec. 21 victory against Capital, designated all season as a conference game on the MSAC website (msacwv.org), was actually a nonconference game. Capital's win over the Warriors on Jan. 18 was the true conference contest, even though it remains listed as a nonconference game on the website. MSAC officials acknowledged the error on Tuesday.
See updated standings on Page 4B, and a list of Friday's place-winner games on Page 2B.