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Boys roundup: SC edges Capital 69-62 in overtime

A.D. Cunningham poured in 30 points and host South Charleston fought off an inspired effort from short-handed Capital to earn a 69-62 overtime boys basketball victory at the S.C. Community Center.Capital's Carrington Morris forced the OT by hitting a 3-point shot in the final seconds. The Cougars (3-6), who recently lost several upperclassmen, led 35-32 at halftime.Morris led Capital with 23 points and Miguel Bays added 13, but the Cougars failed to score in the OT. Hunter Moles scored nine points for the Black Eagles (6-1), who rebounded from a 73-62 loss to Madison Central (Ky.) on Saturday.
  • WINFIELD 67, RIVERSIDE 55: Chris Turner contributed 20 points and nine rebounds and Zach Fisher had 20 points and seven assists to carry Winfield past visiting Riverside. Jake Lemmerman added 10 points for the Generals (5-3). For Riverside, Marcus Reed had 18 points, Tyus Wood 14 and Nick Light 13.
  • ST. ALBANS 55, PARKERSBURG 53: Nathan McNeil had a season-high 23 points as the host Red Dragons held on to get the win. SA spread the floor in the final quarter but made just 4 of 7 free throws. Tanner Aliff added 10 points and 10 rebounds for St. Albans (3-4). For the Big Reds, Trevor Britton scored 17 points, Ben Umpleby 12 and Braeden Cabbil 10.
  • HURRICANE 69, POINT 60: Trey Dawson led a balanced attack with 16 points as the visiting Redskins (5-2) held on for the win. Henry Sorsaia, Ian Miles and Alex Osburn each added nine points. Dillon McCarty led Point Pleasant with 23 points. The Big Blacks (1-7) played without No. 2 scorer Wade Martin, who sat out the first of a two-game suspension.
  • BUFFALO 50, SOUTH GALLIA, OHIO 42: Levi Jordan scored 14 points as Buffalo pulled away with a road win. Laythen Good added 13 for the Bison (8-0). Cody Lambert scored a game-high 19 points for South Gallia (4-6) and Brayden Greer pitched in 13.
  • SCOTT 63, CHAPMANVILLE 51: Eric May netted a season-high 21 points to pace the unbeaten host Skyhawks (8-0). Matt Dolan and Logan Webb each tallied 14 for Scott. For the Tigers, Kenny Plumley scored 17 points, Michael Hurst 15 and Mackenzie Martin 13.
  • WYOMING EAST 67, WESTSIDE 57: Brett Bowling scored 19 points to lead Wyoming East to the win on the road against Wyoming County rival Westside. Austin Canada finished with 16 points and Josh Tunstalle tallied 10 for the Warriors (6-1). For Westside (5-4), Corey Bowles had a game-high 21 points while Levi Lambert chipped in with 16 points and Justin Cogar finished with 14.
  • HUNTINGTON 77, RIPLEY 39: Huntington ran out to a 24-7 first quarter lead and never looked back as the Highlanders secured a home win. Arick Nicks exploded for 28 points for Huntington, while Nick Tubbs chipped in 10. Jacob Haynes was the lone Ripley player in double figures with 11 points.
  • WOODROW 56, SPRING VALLEY 41: Donte Nabors scored 23 points as Woodrow Wilson defeated host Spring Valley. Greg Herbert led Spring Valley (2-4) with 23 points.
  • SHERMAN 84, HANNAN 61: Cody Muncy had 23 points and 10 rebounds and Braden Harrah just missed his own double-double (18 points, nine rebounds) for the host Tide. Blake Brewer added 13 points for Sherman (4-3). For the Wildcats (2-7), Paul Holley had 14 points, Tyler Burns scored 11 and Brad Fannin 10.
  • MOUNT VIEW 54, JAMES MONROE 35: Maurice Brown and Antoine Callaway scored 16 points each to lead Mount View past visiting James Monroe. Donnell Bonds added 11 for Mount View (5-2). Garnet Mann led James Monroe with 15.
  • TEAYS VALLEY 73, CROSS LANES 39: Leading by just four points at halftime, Teays Valley Christian took command in the second half en route to victory over visiting Cross Lanes Christian. Elias Beacom and Justin Wojciezsak led Teays Valley (11-3) with 18 points each, Zack Moore added 13 and Ben Parsons had 11. Tyler Corbin scored 23 to lead Cross Lanes (5-6).
  • WOOD COUNTY 64, ELK VALLEY 52: Jamie Arnold erupted for 29 points as Wood County Christian won at home. For Elk Valley Christian (1-6), Daniel Beverly and Jordan Elkins both netted 15 points while Trey Suttle added 13.
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