George Washington jumped out to a 37-20 halftime lead en route to 75-51 girls basketball road win at Hurricane Tuesday.Rachel Ward recorded 21 points, Kelli Jo Harrison contributed 18 and Kayla Stewart had 11 for the Class AAA No. 8 Patriots (8-4).The Redskins (5-6) were paced by Abby Watson with 26 points and 11 rebounds. NITRO 46, WOODROW 44: Woodrow Wilson cut the Nitro lead to two points with three seconds to play but could not get the ball back as the Wildcats ran out the clock to secure the win.
For Nitro (7-5), Savannah Shamblin scored 22 points while Kelli Douglas finished with 11 points.
Bre Thompson was the leading scorer for Woodrow Wilson (3-8) with 13 points.MIDLAND 47, CAPITAL 29: Emily Pitkin had 17 points and Sierra Jordan 14 to lead host Cabell Midland to victory.
For the Cougars, Keke Walker tallied nine points.HUNTINGTON 71, RIVERSIDE 36: Kiana Evans scored her 1,000th career point in the first quarter as Class AAA No. 6 Huntington won at home.
Evans finished the day with 26 points for the Highlanders (10-3) while Dazha Congleton added 15. For the Warriors (2-11), Brittany Wood scored 13.SCOTT 49, SISSONVILLE 43: Scott used a 15-4 second-quarter run to upend Class AA No. 7 Sissonville.
For the Skyhawks (7-5), Jaimee Dotson led all scorers with 15 points and Ali Whitman contributed 14.Karli Pinkerton netted 18 for the Indians (9-3).MIDLAND 47, RICHWOOD 43: Emily Carte tallied 11 points as Midland Trail bested Richwood in overtime. Jesika Cooper and Hannah Legg each contributed 10 points for Midland Trail (3-8).
Breanne Mazzelle had 11 points for Richwood. WESTSIDE 58, PIKEVIEW 26: Hope Lester had 15 points and Danielle Brown scored 13 to lead undefeated Westside to a win at PikeView.
Morgan Spolarich also hit double figures in scoring for the Renegades (12-0) with 11 points.For PikeView (5-6), Lyndsey Hatield and Courtney White each scored six points.PARKERSBURG 52, WINFIELD 36: Imani Ward netted 19 points and Kennedy Walker chipped in 14 as Parkersburg (8-6) earned a road win over Winfield.
Haylea Roberson and Marla Rhoades scored 12 points apiece for the Generals (7-5).TEAYS VALLEY 52, PARK. CHRISTIAN 26: Gabby Harrah tallied a game-high 18 points for host Teays Valley Christian. Angel Damh had 11 for Parkersburg Christian.
Monday's girls gamesCHAPMANVILLE 62, TUG 62: Kristin Desrocher netted 23 points as Chapmanville secured a home win. Kaitlyn Hall also contributed 21 points for the Tigers (6-6). Whitney Evans-Kirk had a game-high 25 points for Tug Valley (8-2) while Hannah Armstrong had 22.RAVENSWOOD 56, PARK. CATHOLIC 53: Ravenswood used a 22-9 fourth-quarter run to stun Class A No. 4 Parkersburg Catholic. Taylor Youell posted 21 points for the Red Devils, including four 3-pointers, while Hailey Miller tallied 16 points. Alex Schaffer poured in 22 for Parkersburg Catholic (8-5).