Abby Watson made two clutch free throws with 13 seconds left in the game as Hurricane upended visiting South Charleston 51-48 in girls high school basketball Monday. Watson finished the game with 29 points, 14 of which were scored in the fourth quarter, 10 rebounds and five blocks for the Redskins (2-2). Taneisha Sturdavent led Hurricane with 19 rebounds. Alleyah Webb netted 13 points for the Black Eagles (4-2).
VALLEY 55, FAYETTEVILLE 52: Alexis Payne exploded for 36 points as Valley (5-0) handed visiting Fayetteville its first loss of the season.
Jessica Brown had a team-high 20 points for the Pirates (4-1).
WESTSIDE 72, MAN 34: Westside jumped out to a 42-15 halftime lead over Man en route to a home win Monday.
Hope Lester posted a double-double with 17 points and 16 boards for the Renegades (5-0), while Faith Davis netted 16.
Summer Sword had a team-high 17 points for the Hillbillies.
BRAXTON 55, LIBERTY 20: Taylor Bragg tossed in 16 points and Hunter Sodaro 13 to pace the host Eagles (4-2).
Ann Golinsky added 10 assists and Caitlin Rhodes nine rebounds for Braxton County.
For Liberty Harrison, Heather Hickman had seven points.
SCOTT 54, WAYNE 25: Ali Whitman scored 13 points as Scott (4-1) downed visiting Wayne.
Tasha Maynard had 13 points for the Pioneers (1-5).
POINT 47, RIVER VALLEY 42: Andrea Porter erupted for 27 points as Point Pleasant earned a road win.
Katie Bruner added 13 points for the Big Blacks (2-5). Cady Gilmore had a team-high 15 points for River Valley (Ohio).
CLAY 45, POCA 30: The host Panthers jumped out to a 16-4 lead in cruising past the Dots. Brittany Gould notched 15 points for Clay (7-0).
Paula Ord had 12 points for Poca (1-5).
TEAYS VALLEY 49, HANNAN 12: Gabby Harrah scored 17 points and Rachel Kiser added 12 as Teays Valley Christian won at home.
Tamera Wilson was the high scorer for Hannan with six points.
TUG VALLEY 52, MINGO 39: Adreana Vance scored 19 points for visiting Tug Valley. Whitney Kirk added 13 points for the Panthers.
Kiearia Hammond contributed 11 points for Mingo Central.
EAST HARDY 66, PAW PAW 26: The host Cougars jumped out to a 40-11 lead at halftime and never looked back.
Shawn Skovron scored 15 points for East Hardy (2-2) and Tyler Mongold added 10. River Weese dropped in 10 points for the Pirates.