Sophomore Aalik Harris hit a game-tying 3-pointer from the corner as time expired to give Capital new life, and the Cougars took advantage, beating visiting Winfield 60-57 in overtime in boys basketball Tuesday night.As a team, the Generals made just 17 of 35 foul shots and missed 11 attempts in the fourth quarter in overtime.Carrington Morris led Capital (4-6) with 13 points while Harris finished with 12.For Winfield (5-4), Chris Turner and Brock Pence each scored 15 points. Zach Fisher chipped in with 12 points for Winfield in the loss.
GW 62, CABELL MIDLAND 59: Austin Breeden hit a bucket with seven seconds left in overtime to lead Class AAA No. 9 George Washington to a home win.
Breeden finished with 11 points for the Patriots (6-2) while Luke Eddy and Dominic King had 21 and 15, respectively. Keegan Adkins scored 15 points for Cabell Midland.HURRICANE 74, RIPLEY 58: Trey Dawson scored 17 points and Ace Estep finished with 14 points to lead Hurricane (7-2) to the victory at Ripley.
Rassan Harris chipped in with 12 points for the Redskins (7-2) while Cade Harrison tallied a game-high 30 points in the loss for Ripley (2-6).HOOVER 45, SISSONVILLE 28: Aaron Burdette scored 17 points and Sam Schoolcraft had 12 as visiting Herbert Hoover successfully double-teamed point guard Zach Null and frustrated the Indians.
The Huskies (6-2) hit 12 of 16 free throws in the fourth quarter to pull away. For Sissonville (3-5), Null and Ryan Kelly scored eight points apiece.
POCA 53, WAYNE 29: Poca used a 14-6 third-quarter run as the Class AA No. 3 Dots downed Wayne on the road.
Noah Frampton exploded for 20 points for Poca (8-1) while Cam Cottrill chipped in 11. Brett Justice had 10 points for the Pioneers (2-4).WYOMING EAST 75, SUMMERS 68: Four players scored in double figures as Wyoming East knocked off visiting Summers County.
Josh Tunstalle had 17 points, Austin Canada and Brett Bowling each scored 14 and Cody Lester finished with 13 points to lead the Warriors (7-1).For Summers County (5-3), Taron Ayers led all scorers with 34 points.
CHAPMANVILLE 68, LINCOLN COUNTY 36: Mackenzie Martin recorded a double-double with 23 points and 17 rebounds as Chapmanville earned a victory.
Kenny Plumley also netted 20 points for the Tigers (5-4). T.J. Arbaugh had 13 points for Lincoln County (6-5).CLAY 59, CALHOUN 38: Stephen Cole netted 17 points as Clay County won at home. Chris Cole posted 14 points for the Panthers (4-5).
Ryan Slider has 10 points for Calhoun County.VALLEY 70, MEADOW BRIDGE 53: Raeshawn Breckenridge scored 20 points to help Valley beat visiting Meadow Bridge and remain undefeated.
Zac Warden finished with 14 points and Cody Winter had 12 points for the Greyhounds (4-0). Logan Pomery scored 23 points to lead Meadow Bridge (3-3).
GREENBRIER EAST 60, LOGAN 53: Rondale Watson posted a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds for Class AAA No. 4 Greenbrier East.
Bryce Woodliff contributed 14 points for the host Spartans (10-0). C.J. Williams scored 12 points for Logan (2-6).ROANE 52, BRAXTON 41: Tyler Harper scored 14 points as Class AA No. 6 Roane County downed visiting Braxton County.
Jacob Neal tallied 12 points for Roane (9-2). Derek Barnette scored a game-high 19 points for Braxton (1-8).TEAYS 70, WOOD 53: Elias Beacom tallied 26 points as Teays Valley Christian secured a win at home. Dustin Wojcieszak also contributed 22 points for Teays Valley (10-3).
Jamie Arnold scored 30 points for Wood County Christian (4-8).CROSS LANES 51, REGIONAL 41: Grant Humphreys poured in 19 points as Cross Lanes Christian (6-7) won at home.
Ben Stafford netted 18 for Regional Christian (0-7).