Girls basketball standings, statistics


Chip Ellis
George Washington's Rachel Ward (14) scored 40 points in a game last week and moved into the top 10 on the Mountain State Athletic Conference scoring list at 18.0 points per game. South Charleston freshman guard Taliah Cashwell (right with hand on ball) is averaging 13.0 points.
Conference standingsMountain State AthleticEast DivisionPos-School Div Conf All
1. Capital 1-0 3-0 3-21. Parkersburg 1-0 4-2 4-33. George Washington 0-0 4-0 4-13. Princeton 0-0 3-0 5-03. Ripley 0-0 0-4 0-63. Woodrow Wilson 0-0 0-4 1-57. Riverside 0-2 0-6 2-6West DivisionPos-School Div Conf All1. Huntington 1-0 4-0 6-12. Cabell Midland 0-0 2-1 5-2
2. Hurricane 0-0 1-2 3-22. Nitro 0-0 1-2 3-32. South Charleston 0-0 1-2 5-32. Spring Valley 0-0 2-0 5-22. Winfield 0-0 2-2 3-28. St. Albans 0-1 2-3 3-4
NOTE: MSAC championship and place-winner games determined by division standings. Some games against league teams are designated nonconference. First tiebreaker is head-to-head game.Cardinal ConferencePos-School Conf All1. Scott 3-0 4-12. Sissonville 2-0 3-22. Tolsia 2-0 3-24. Herbert Hoover 2-1 5-15. Chapmanville 3-2 4-26. Poca 1-3 2-57. Mingo Central 1-4 2-58. Wayne 0-4 1-6 Other schoolsSchool (Class) RecClay County (AA) 8-0Greenbrier East 5-0Valley (A) 5-0Tug Valley (AA) 4-1Buffalo (A) 5-2Logan (AAA) 4-2Ravenswood (AA) 4-2Sherman (AA) 3-3Parkersburg South (AAA) 2-3Charleston Catholic (A) 2-4Point Pleasant (AAA) 2-6Individual scoringMSACPlayer, School G Pts AvgMcKenzie Akers, Prin. 5 137 27.4Abby Watson, Hurr. 5 116 23.2Kiana Evans, Hunt. 7 162 23.1Khadijah Lee, Cap. 3 59 19.7Savannah Shamblin, Nitro 6 111 18.5Imani Ward, Park. 7 129 18.4Marissa Mullins, Prin. 5 91 18.2Madison Morris, SV 7 127 18.1Rachel Ward, GW 5 90 18.0Breanna Propst, SA 7 112 16.0Brittany Wood, River. 8 127 15.9Kelli Jo Harrison, GW 5 79 15.8Keke Walker, Cap. 5 67 13.4Dazha Congleton, Hunt. 7 93 13.3Taliah Cashwell, SC 8 104 13.0Sarah Kelly, SV 7 79 11.3Sierra Jordan, CM 7 77 11.0Haeley Moore, Win. 5 55 11.0Mara Rhoades, Win. 5 53 10.6Megan Morrison, Park. 7 71 10.1Emily Pitkin, CM 7 70 10.0CardinalPlayer, School G Pts AvgMadison Jones, Siss. 5 93 18.6Krista Maynard, Tolsia 5 92 18.4Savannah Winnett, Tol. 5 77 15.4Karli Pinkerton, Siss. 5 70 14.0Madi McGrew, Poca 7 88 12.6Jaimee Dotson, Scott 5 62 12.4Ashley Curry, MC 7 86 12.3Kristen Desrocher, Chap. 6 64 10.7Julie Conway, Scott 5 50 10.0Andrea Rankin, Scott 5 50 10.0Caroline Thornburg, HH 6 60 10.0Other schoolsPlayer, School G Pts AvgAlexis Payne, Valley 5 150 30.0Chelsey Parkins, Buff. 7 132 18.9Keya Bartlett, PS 5 83 16.6Andrea Porter, PP 8 122 15.3Tarryn McCutcheon, PS 5 74 14.8Hannah Murray, Rav. 6 88 14.7Samantha Fletcher, CC 6 86 14.3Bianca Andre', GE 5 71 14.2Abby Buchan, Valley 5 71 14.2Chaunte McDowell, GE 5 71 14.2Anna Whelan, CC 6 84 14.0Jordan Lewis, Sher. 6 83 13.8Sarah Massey, Sher. 6 81 13.5Taylor Youell, Rav. 6 78 13.0Shayna Gore, Logan 6 76 12.7Elizabeth Romeo, GE 5 63 12.6Adreana Vance, TV 5 61 12.2Hannah Armstrong, TV 5 60 12.0Monica Mitchell, Logan 6 67 11.2Tiffani Bailey, Buff. 7 76 10.9Tyra Cline, Logan 6 64 10.7Hailey Miller, Rav. 6 63 10.5NOTE: Wednesday's games not included. Clay County and Wayne failed to provide complete statistics. Figures provided by schools. Schools may submit weekly updates by fax (304-348-1740), e-mail (tatkinson@wvgazette.com) or phone (304-348-4811). 
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