Keke Walker scored 15 points and had four steals to help lead Capital to a 59-45 girls basketball win over visiting Nitro Wednesday.Khadijah Lee scored 10 points while Dashia Foster had seven points and 11 rebounds and Katie Crowder scored six points and pulled down eight rebounds for the Cougars (5-4).Savannah Shamblin led Nitro (5-4) with 15 points.BUFFALO 83, WAHAMA 39: Buffalo's Chelsey Parkins set a school single-game scoring record with 35 points and also connected 19 rebounds in the lopsided win. Tiffani Bailey added 12 points for the Bison (6-4), while Rachel Rogue and Danielle LaMichael led visiting Wahama with 10 points apiece.
PRINCETON 58, HURRICANE 42: McKenzie Akers scored 14 points and Hannah Preservati added 14 points and nine rebounds to lead Class AAA No. 5 Princeton (8-1) to the win against visiting Hurricane. For the Redskins (4-5), Abby Watson scored 21 points.WESTSIDE 89, SHADY SPRING 14: Hope Lester scored 25 points to help keep Westside undefeated. Faith Davis scored 22 and Danielle Brown had 15 points for the Class AA No. 1 Renegades (9-0). For Shady Spring, Morgan Hylton scored a team-high eight points.LOGAN 47, SC 36: Monica Mitchell notched 14 points for the visiting Wildcats. Shayna Gore chipped in 11 points for Logan (6-2), which has won five straight. Lina Villanueva and Alliyah Webb had nine points apiece for South Charleston (6-6).ST. ALBANS 61, RIPLEY 37: St. Albans scored 17 points in the third quarter and 21 in the fourth to pull away in the second half and notch a road win at Ripley. Breanna Propst scored 33 points to lead the Red Dragons (5-4). For Ripley (0-8), Chelsea Hagen had 12 points.
BoysCLAY 94, WIRT 52: Stephen Cole set a Clay County school record with 23 rebounds while also scoring 17 points in the win against visiting Wirt County. Also for the Panthers (5-5), Eric McGlothin had 24 points and Chris Cole scored 14. Caleb Bell led Wirt with 20 points.NICHOLAS 79, SUMMERS 76: Cody McClung had 20 points and nine rebounds while teammate Eric Teyatt had 18 points and 13 rebounds in the road win for Nicholas County. Jared Tharp had a game-high 34 points in the win for the Grizzlies (5-2). Taron Ayers scored 21 points and T.J. Smith had 20 for the Bobcats (5-4).
Tuesday's boys gamesMOUNTAIN MISSION (VA.) 47, MOUNT VIEW 35: Scott Graham scored 18 points to help Mountain Mission (Va.) defeat visiting Mount View. Maurice Brown had a team-high 10 points in the loss for the Knights.BUFFALO 77, ST. JOSEPH 64: Buffalo jumped to a double-digit lead after the first quarter and never let visiting St. Joseph back in the game.
For the Bison (9-0), Joseph Good had a game-high 25 points while Levi Jordan and Dylan Rich each chipped in with 10 points. Anthony Rabel scored 17 points to lead St. Joe (1-10).
SHERMAN 74, VAN 42: Fourteen different players scored Tuesday in Sherman's road win at Van.
Garret Lester (15 points), Cody Muncy (10), and Brandon Harrah (10) all hit double digits in scoring for the Tide (5-3). For Van, Brandon Elswick finished with 21 points.