Boys basketball standings, statistics


Chip Ellis
Nitro guard Angelo Sirianni ranks third in the MSAC at 20.6 points per game.
Standings Mountain State Athletic Conference East Division Pos-School Div Conf All
1. Riverside 1-0 3-1 4-3 2. George Washington 0-0 3-1 5-2 2. Parkersburg 0-0 0-3 1-5 2. Princeton 0-0 2-1 4-1 2. Ripley 0-0 0-3 2-4 2. Woodrow Wilson 0-0 2-0 3-1 7. Capital 0-1 1-3 3-5 West Division 1. Spring Valley 1-0 1-3 2-3 2. Hurricane 0-0 2-1 4-2 2. Huntington 0-0 1-1 4-1
2. Nitro 0-0 1-1 4-3 2. South Charleston 0-0 3-0 5-1 2. St. Albans 0-0 1-2 2-4 2. Winfield 0-0 1-2 4-3 8. Cabell Midland 0-1 2-1 3-4 NOTE: Does not include Friday's games. MSAC championship and place-winner games determined by division standings. Some games against league teams are designated as nonconference.
Cardinal Conference Pos-School  Conf All 1. Scott 4-0 7-0 2. Mingo Central 3-2 4-2 2. Poca 2-1 6-1 4. Tolsia 2-2 4-5 5. Chapmanville 1-2 4-3 5. Herbert Hoover 1-2 4-2 5. Sissonville 1-2 2-4 7. Wayne 0-3 2-3 Other schools School (Class) Rec Greenbrier East (AAA) 9-0 Buffalo (A) 7-0 Valley (A) 2-0 Parkersburg South (AAA) 7-1 Charleston Catholic (A) 4-1 Roane County (AA) 6-2 Tug Valley (A) 3-1 Sherman (A) 3-3 Logan (AAA) 2-3 Clay County (AA) 2-4 Ravenswood (AA) 2-4 Hannan (A) 2-5 Wahama (A) 2-5 Point Pleasant (AAA) 1-6 Man (A) 1-5 Van (A) 1-5 Scoring leaders MSAC Player, School G Pts Avg Luke Eddy, GW 7 184 26.3 Ryan Meadows, Prince. 5 117 23.4 Angelo Sirianni, Nitro 7 144 20.6 Arick Nicks, Hunting. 5 101 20.2 Andrew Johnson, WW 4 74 18.5 Jacob Kilgore, SV 5 91 18.2 Zach Fisher, Winfield 7 124 17.7 Donte Nabors, WW 4 70 17.5 Dustin Scarberry, CM 7 118 16.9 Marcus Reed, Riverside 7 109 15.6 Trey Dawson, Hurricane 6 93 15.5 Carrington Morris, Cap. 8 119 14.9 Chris Turner, Winfield 7 103 14.7 Trevon Taylor, Nitro 4 58 14.5 A.D. Cunningham, SC 5 72 14.4 Henry Sorsaia, Hurricane 6 85 14.2 Nathan McNeil, SA 6 83 13.8
Trevor Britton, Parkers. 6 81 13.5 Casey Smith, Ripley 6 80 13.3 Chase Hancock, WW 4 51 12.8 Greg Herbert, SV 5 64 12.8 Josh Butcher, Riverside 7 89 12.7 Kade Harrison, Ripley 6 75 12.5 Hunter Walters, Prince. 5 61 12.2 Tyus Wood, Riverside 6 70 11.7 Dru Aldridge, Parkers. 5 57 11.4 Rashaud Kincaid, SC 6 67 11.2 Garrett Defries, Hurricane 6 64 10.7 Kyle Caron, Princeton 5 52 10.4 Aaron Ferguson, Prince. 5 52 10.4 Chance Wooding, Hunt. 5 52 10.4 Rasaan Harris, Hurr. 6 62 10.3 Austin Keyser, SV 5 51 10.2 Shaquan Miller, Hunt. 5 50 10.0 Cardinal Conference Player, School G Pts Avg Mackenzie Martin, Chap. 7 156 22.3 Austin Banks, MC 6 112 18.7 Brett Justice, Wayne 3 52 17.3 Matt Dolan, Scott 7 118 16.9 Zach Null, Sisson. 6 101 16.8 Cody Morris, Hoover 6 99 16.5 Trent Stowers, Sisson. 6 92 15.3 Grant Ferguson, Way. 5 69 13.8 Kenny Plumley, Chap. 7 88 12.6 Noah Frampton, Poca 7 86 12.3 Eric May, Scott 7 77 11.0 Alex Lee, Mingo Cent. 6 65 10.8 Cameron Cottrill, Poca 7 72 10.3 Logan Webb, Scott 7 70 10.0 NOTE: Does not include Tolsia, which has not provided complete reports to the Gazette. Other schools Player, School G Pts Avg Rondale Watson, GE 9 223 24.8 Wes Mitchem, South 8 166 20.8 Mikey Newsome, Tug 4 75 18.8 Jacob Neal, Roane 8 146 18.3 Nick George, Catholic 5 88 17.6 Austin Brewer, Tug 4 70 17.5 Doug Dennis, South 8 139 17.4 Levi Jordan, Buffalo 7 119 17.0 Jake Martin, Ravens. 6 100 16.7 Stephen Cole, Clay 6 98 16.3 Brandon Elswick, Van 6 96 16.0 Cody Muncy, Sherman 6 94 15.7 Dillon McCarty, Point 7 109 15.6 Blake Brewer, Sherman 6 93 15.5 Garrett McCarty, CC 5 77 15.4 John Keffer, Man 6 88 14.7 Laythen Good, Buffalo 7 95 13.6 Hunter Bradley, Waha. 7 93 13.3 Tyler Harper, Roane 8 106 13.3 Wade Martin, Point 7 92 13.1 Zac Warden, Valley 2 25 12.5 Bryce Woodliff, GE 9 111 12.3 Arik McGinnis, Valley 2 24 12.0 Thomas Baisden, TV 4 46 11.5 Trenton Gibbs, Waha. 7 78 11.1 Jake Adkins, Man 6 65 10.8 Isaiah Robinson, Buff. 7 74 10.6 Cody Winter, Valley 2 21 10.5 Dylan Rich, Buffalo 7 72 10.3 Worm Street, Logan 6 62 10.3 R. Breckenridge, Valley 2 20 10.0 NOTE: Does not include Friday's games. Figures provided by schools and includes all games reported to the Gazette.  
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