Winfield missed four foul shots in the closing four seconds and visiting Hurricane held on to a 47-45 boys basketball win Saturday.Trey Dawson led all scorers with 14 points for the Redskins (11-4) and Henry Sorsaia chipped in with 13. Taylor Hearn was the lone double-digit scorer for the Generals (7-7) with 12 points."We've always had a mental block against Winfield anyway,'' said Hurricane coach Lance Sutherland. "We've only beaten them, what, twice in the last 10 years? It's just one of those things against a county rival. You lose your head sometimes, but tonight we regained it."We've only had one other real close game this season, but now we've been in that position and we know what we need to do to win the game. We need to take care of the ball at crucial times. And we got an amazing defensive effort from Ian Miles.''Miles helped hold Winfield's top scorer, Zach Fisher, to three points, about 13 under his average. Fisher poured in 25 points in the Generals' victory over the Redskins earlier this season. TOLSIA 62, CAPITAL 59: Morgan Stacy tallied a game-high 21 points as Tolsia downed Capital in overtime at the King Coal Classic in Logan. Austin Brewer added 13 for the Rebels (9-6). Tyrell Davis paced the Cougars (7-10) with 18 points and Jordan Kinney had 15. VALLEY 77, MIDLAND TRAIL 57: Zac Warden fired in 28 points as Valley jumped out to a big lead and downed visiting Midland Trail.
Warden scored 16 of his points in the first half to help the Greyhounds (8-2) take a 49-25 lead. Arik McGinnis hit three 3-pointers in that half, part of his 13 points total. Raeshawn Breckenridge finished with 14. Jake Grimmett scored 21 points and Ricky Carter added 19 for the Patriots (4-6).
CATHOLIC 47, WESLEY 43: Charleston Catholic used a 16-8 fourth-quarter run to edge Wesley Christian (Ky.) in the small-school championship game of the St. Joseph Invitational Saturday at the Big Sandy Arena in Huntington.
Zach Casto paced the Class A No. 1 Fighting Irish (11-1) with 16 points while Nick George chipped in 15. Joshua Amuzu produced 14 points for Wesley Christian. POINT 55, SA 50: Wade Martin netted 17 points as Point Pleasant earned a road win. Dillon McCarty contributed 16 points for the Big Blacks (4-8). Nathan McNeil was the leading scorer for St. Albans (4-10) with 21 points, followed by Kevic Watkins with 10.
GREEN. EAST 47, LOGAN 43: Bryce Woodliff scored a game-best 16 points as No. 4 Greenbrier East (15-0) earned a win at the King Coal Classic in Logan. Rondale Watson scored 15 points for the Spartans and Dereck Weiford tossed in 10. Worm Street had 14 points to pace the Wildcats (5-8). SISSONVILLE 66, SCOTT 58: The host Indians hit 23 of 31 foul shots in the second half and ran away with a win. Zach Null led Sissonville (5-9) with 22 points while Trent Stowers had 19 and Anthony Bess 15. Matt Dolan had 22 to pace the Skyhawks (9-5) while Eric May tallied 17. TUG VALLEY 86, MAN 49: Tug Valley jumped out to a 34-7 first-quarter lead and cruised to a home win. Thomas Baisden netted 19 points for the Panthers while Austin Brewer added 17 and Mikey Newsome had 16. Christopher Justice scored 13 points for the Hillbillies.
Girls GW 59, WOODROW 29: Rachel Ward scored her 1,000th career point as George Washington topped Woodrow Wilson.
Ward finished with 23 points for the Patriots (10-4), who outscored the Flying Eagles 22-4 in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach. Kelli Jo Harrison added 21 points and Alanna Mobayed handed out 13 assists for GW. Breanna Thompson led Woodrow with eight points. HOOVER 65, WAYNE 23: Herbert Hoover closed out the opening half with a 30-1 run to turn a deficit into a commanding halftime lead. The host Pioneers led 6-3 with about three minutes to go in the first quarter before the Huskies turned it on and seized a 33-7 advantage at the break. Jordan Marshall canned five 3s in a game-high 20 points for Hoover (10-5). Taylor Bartram had seven points for the Pioneers (2-15). TEAYS VALLEY 45, GREATER BECKLEY 17: Olivia Hill, Rachel Kiser and Christa Larue each scored nine points for host Teays Valley Christian. Beka Graham had seven points for Greater Beckley Christian.