Prep roundup: Eddy scores 32 as GW defeats Logan 54-49
Luke Eddy accumulated 32 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists as George Washington picked up a 54-49 boys basketball win Friday night at Logan.
Austin Breeden contributed 10 points for the Patriots (4-2), who led 33-22 at halftime.
Chase Preston scored 14 points and A.J. Reynolds had 13 for the Wildcats (2-4).
Zach Fisher scored 25 points to lead the Generals (4-2), who trailed 33-21 at the break but outscored the Redskins 23-13 in the third quarter and 26-20 in the fourth.
Brock Pence added 16 points, Chris Turner had 13 and Toby Show 12 for Winfield.
Henry Sorsaia totaled 16 points to lead Hurricane (4-2), Trey Dawson had 15 and Garrett Defries 13.
In improving to 7-0, the Spartans outscored the Cougars (2-5) 16-11 in the third quarter and 21-8 in the fourth. Obi Romeo added 16 points for Greenbrier East, which will oppose Metrolina Christian in the championship game at about 7 p.m. today.
For Capital, Carrington Morris scored 20 points, Miquel Bays contributed 13 and Aalik Harris had 13.
Capital will play Trinity Christian at 3 p.m. today in the consolation game.
Josh Dominguez scored 31 points, Tyrell Nelson had 25 and Alec Bross 15 for Metrolina (10-5), which will face Greenbrier East in the championship game at about 7 p.m. today.
Anthony Ghiardi had 32 points and Cody Triplett 20 for Trinity (4-3), which will meet Capital at 3 p.m. today in the consolation game.
Garrett McCarty added 12 points for the Irish (3-1). Austin Rhodes scored 15 to lead the Eagles (1-2).
Robinson finished with 16 points for the Bison (7-0), while Laythen Good had a team-high 19 points and Levi Jordan 14. Jacob Neal netted 24 points for Roane County (5-2).
Casey Smith paced the Vikings with 14 points while Kade Harrison and Drew Harpold added 11 and 10 points, respectively.
Michael Hurst tallied 16 points for the Tigers (2-3) while Kenny Plumley had 14. John Keffer had a team-high 23 points for Man.
The Patriots (5-1) were led by a 21-point effort from Wes Mitchem. Also for South, Cody Monroe chipped in 13 points and Logan Cox finished with 10.
Allegany's Colton Civic and Bryce Nightingale each had 12 points in the loss.
Hunter Bradley paced the White Falcons (2-4) with 18 points and 11 rebounds while Trenton Gibbs chipped in with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
For Hannan (2-5), Paul Holley was the leading scored with 14 points.
Trevor McGee scored 23 points and Levi Cook had 20 to lead Liberty (1-1). Austin Lyons and Michael Prater each finished with 10 points for the Raiders.
Cody Muncy scored 23 points to lead Sherman (3-3).
Andrew Ray added 12 points for the Grizzlies. For Clay (2-4), Stephen Cole was the leading scorer with 20 points, followed by Michael Shamblin with 12. Chris Cole and Storm Carver each scored 10 for the Panthers.
Christian Hedinger netted 26 points for the Warriors (5-1), while Josh Tunstalle contributed 11. For the Polar Bears (3-3), Jarin Hilson recorded 22 points and DeVante Waites had 21.
Leading the Hampshire scoring were Dane Heavener with 23 points, Travis Clower with 19 and Logan Hill with 10. The Trojans improved to 4-3.
Gage Schaffer scored 14 to lead Frankfort.
P.J. Arbaugh scored 20 points to lead the Panthers (4-3), who lost their first three games of the season but have won four in a row. Tyler Jeffers added 11 points.
John McDaniels scored 12 points and Dalton Westfall had 10 for the B-U (1-6).
Josh Robinson added 21 points for Belfry. Mikey Newsome had 14 for the Panthers, while Austin Brewer and Thomas Baisden both had 14.
Madison Helmick and Hanna Whelan each scored 11 points for the Fighting Irish (3-4), with Whelan grabbing nine rebounds. Simone Assaley added 10 points and eight rebounds and Samantha Fletcher had nine points, four assists and four steals for Catholic.
Poca (3-6) was led by Paula Ord's game-high 16 points.
Dianca Andre added 13 points and Elizabeth Romeo scored 12 for the Spartans, who remain unbeaten at 6-0. Emily Carte led Midland Trail (1-4) with nine points.
Greenbrier East will face Amelia (Va.) in the championship game at 5 p.m. today. Midland Trail takes on Shady Spring in the consolation game at 1 p.m.
Takia Williams added 15 points for Amelia (8-1), which will face host Greenbrier East in the title game at 5 p.m. today. Shady Spring (1-7) was led by Morgan Hylton (21 points) and Kaylee Dickenson (12).
Sarah Williams netted 18 for the Vikings (0-7).
Lauren Young added 10 points and 10 rebounds for Nicholas, while Lyndsey Hatfield scored 13 points to lead PikeView.