South Charleston's Neal Brown (left) looks to get off a shot against Riverside's Tim Womack (rear) and Nick Light during Thursday's game.
South Charleston rallied from a three-point halftime deficit to knock off Riverside 48-42 in a battle of unbeaten boys basketball teams Thursday in Quincy.The Black Eagles trailed 14-7 after the first quarter, but outscored the Warriors 41-28 the rest of the way to secure the win.Hunter Moles and A.D. Cunningham each scored 13 points to lead SC (3-0).Josh Butcher scored 12 points and Tyus Wood finished with 10 for Riverside (3-1).
MIDLAND 55, RIPLEY 46: Dustin Scarberry scored 15 points as Cabell Midland came away with a road win.
Niles Dailey chipped in 10 points for the Knights (2-2). Chuck Sleboda scored 12 points for the Vikings (1-3), while Casey Smith and Cade Harrison added 10 apiece.CAPITAL 64, SPRING VALLEY 61: Carrington Morris dumped in 26 points as the Cougars upended visiting Spring Valley.
Jordan Kinney added 14 for Capital (2-3). Jacob Kilgore scored a team-high 22 points for Spring Valley (3-1), while Greg Herbert had 13.PRINCETON 83, NITRO 67: Ryan Meadows led four double-figure scorers with 23 points as the host Tigers jumped out to an early lead and held off Nitro.
Kyle Caron added 22, Hunter Walters 19 and Aaron Ferguson 14 for Princeton (3-1).For the Wildcats (2-2), Angelo Sirianni poured in a game-high 25 points, Sam Neff added 14 and Trevon Taylor scored 10.HURRICANE 77, PARKERSBURG 51: Four Hurricane players scored in double-figures to lead the Redskins to the win at Parkersburg.
John Dawson led Hurricane (4-1) with 17 points while Garret DeFries scored 15. Ian Miles and Rasaan Harris each finished with 14. For Parkersburg (1-3), Adrian Webster had 10 points.HUNTINGTON 76, LOGAN 50: Arick Nicks exploded for 27 points for Huntington in a road win.
Shaquan Miller contributed 12 points for the Highlanders (4-0). Brendyn Street tallied 11 points and Zach Minnick 10 for the Wildcats (1-2).
HAMPSHIRE 78, MOUNT RIDGE 52: Dane Heavener netted 23 points and Travis Clower added 20 as Hampshire (3-3) cruised to a home win. Reshawn Johnson had 15 points for Mount Ridge (Md.).
Wednesday's gameSCOTT 50, SISSONVILLE 49: Logan Webb made 1 of 2 free throws with 1.8 seconds left in overtime, allowing the unbeaten host Skyhawks (6-0) to escape with the win. Sissonville's Zach Null hit the front of the rim with a three-quarter-court shot at the final buzzer.
Matt Dolan led Scott with 22 points. For the Indians (1-3), Trent Stowers had 15 points and Ryan Kelly 10.Girls baskeballPOCA 42, MINGO CENTRAL 36: Madi McGrew had 18 points and 12 rebounds as Poca secured a win over Mingo Central. McKenzie Ball also contributed 12 points for the Dots (2-5). Ashley Curry had a team-high 14 points for the Miners (2-4).
SUMMERS 76, WYOMING 48: Summers County outscored Wyoming East 43-25 in the final two quarters as the Bobcats earned a home win.
Avery Pivont scored a game-high 19 points for Summers (5-1), while Tyra Wynes and Brandy Morrison each added 12. Bre Pertee scored 14 points for Wyoming East (5-2).HOOVER 59, SHERMAN 46: Herbert Hoover (5-1) had 10 different players score, including a team-high 10 points from Caroline Thornburg, in its road win at Sherman.
Sarah Massey scored a game-high 15 points for Sherman (3-3) while Jordan Lewis added 11.MIDLAND TRAIL 42, MONTCALM 18: Kennedy Cochran scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Midland Trail (1-3) to its first win of the season.
For Montcalm, Brenna Tyree led the Generals with six points.Wednesday's gamesSPRING VALLEY 71, WOODROW 47: Makenzie Morris netted 20 points as Spring Valley picked up a win.
Madison Morris and Sarah Kelly added 13 apiece, while Brooke Heck scored 12 to lead the Timberwolves (4-2).Ty Hairston led Woodrow Wilson (1-6) with 12 points and Kavita Francois had 11 points.RITCHIE 60, RAVENS-WOOD 57: Senior Tristin Toman poured in 33 points for host Ritchie County. Hailey Miller paced Ravenswood with 18 points, while Hannah Murray added 13.