Sissonville jumped out to a 23-5 first-quarter lead and cruised to a 63-36 home win over Wayne in boys basketball Friday night. For the Indians (2-3), Trent Stowers posted a game-high 21 points while Zach Null chipped in 15. Grant Ferguson tallied 14 for the Pioneers (2-2).POCA 32, CHAPMANVILLE 29: Down by three points in the final minutes, Poca rallied to victory at Chapmanville.
With the Tigers leading 29-26, the Dots' Noah Frampton hit a 3-pointer, Adam Sigman converted 1 of 2 free throws and Cam Cottrill added two foul shots for the final margin.Frampton led the Dots (5-1) with 12 points, and Cottrill had 11. Mackenzie Martin led Chapmanville (1-3) with 19.GEORGE WASHINGTON 58, ST. ALBANS 48: Luke Eddy contributed 29 points, eight assists and seven rebounds as George Washington pulled away to defeat St. Albans at GW.
Austin Breeden added 16 points for the Patriots (2-2). Nathan McNeil scored 18 points and Taylor Clark added 11 for the Red Dragons (1-2), who were without starter Thad Moss, who is sidelined with an ankle injury. TEAYS VALLEY 82, CALVARY 51: Teays Valley Christian built a 15-point first-quarter lead and defeated visiting Calvary Baptist for its sixth victory in seven games this season.
Justin Wojcieszak led the way with 25 points, Elias Beacom added 22, Zack Moore had 15 and Ben Parsons 11. For Calvary (8-1), Trent Spears scored 18, Jace Heller 15 and Michael Salmons 13.
GREEN. EAST 83, COVINGTON 41: Greenbrier East held visiting Covington (Va.) to just seven first-half points on its way to the one-sided win.
For the Spartans (6-0), Rondell Watson had a game-high 20 points. Bryce Woodliff added 15 points and six assists while Tyler Canterbury finished with 12 points.Jordan Miller led Covington (0-8) with nine points.GREEN. WEST 60, CROSS LANES 28: Colby Ennis scored 16 points and Chris Gabbert had 11 to lead Greenbrier West in the Hoops Classic at the Charleston Civic Center.
The Cavaliers blew open a 23-17 game in the second half, outscoring the Warriors 37-11 in the final 16 minutes. Tyler Corbin scored 13 points to lead Cross Lanes Christian.
WOOD COUNTY 58, ELK VALLEY 43: Patrick Goff scored 19 points and Jamie Arnold chipped in 14 as Wood County Christian defeated Elk Valley Christian at the Hoops Classic Trey Suttle had a game-high 22 points for Elk Valley (1-5) and Daniel Beverly contributed 17 points.
Girls basketballWINFIELD 45, RIVERSIDE 42: Riverside outscored Winfield 13-7 in the final quarter, but couldn't complete the comeback as the Generals held on for the road win.
Haeley Moore paced Winfield (3-2) with 14 points. For Riverside (2-6), Brittany Wood netted 12 points and grabbed 14 rebounds.SC 41, CAPITAL 39: Taieah Cashwell's late 3-pointer proved to be the difference as visiting South Charleston beat Capital.
The Black Eagles (4-2) led for most of the game before finding themselves trailing by a single point late in the contest before Cashwell's shot put them ahead for good.
Cashwell finished with 16 points to lead SC. For Capital (3-2), Khadijah Lee and Dashia Foster each scored 14 points with Foster grabbing 11 rebounds.PRINCETON 58, CABELL MIDLAND 53: Mckenzie Akers netted 17 points as Princeton bested Cabell Midland at home.
Marissa Mullins added 15 for the Tigers, while Hannah Preservati had 13. Sierra Jordan tallied 20 for the Knights and Alex Ellis chipped in 18.WOOD 44, ELK VALLEY 43: Hannah Lord scored 14 points as Wood County Christian earned a win in the Hoops Classic.
Rachel Ruble contributed 12 points for Wood County. Hannah Williams netted a game-high 19 for Elk Valley Christian, while Chelsea Burdette had 16.SENECA 44, SC CHRISTIAN 37: Laura Boyrer exploded for 25 points as Seneca Trail Christian earned a road win. Samantha Carver had 10 points for South Charleston Christian (2-3).
HURRICANE 60, POINT 33: Abby Watson connected on 6 of 7 attempts from behind the 3-point arc and finished with 29 points to lead Hurricane to the home win. Taneisha Sturdivant had 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Redskins (3-2). Kaley Bruner and Hannah Porter each scored 12 points for Point Pleasant.PARKERSBURG 59, SA 43: Haley Ackerman rolled out 21 points as the Big Reds, despite a slow start, picked up the home win.
Kennedy Walker contributed 12 points for Parkersburg (4-3). Breanna Propst posted a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds for St. Albans (3-3).