Class A No. 9 Valley raced out to a 31-12 first-quarter lead as the Greyhounds downed visiting Man 90-62 in a Hometown Invitational boys basketball contest Tuesday.Raeshawn Breckenridge netted 19 points for Valley (9-3) while Keyshawn Payne and Zac Warden chipped in 16 and 14 points, respectively. The Hillbillies (4-12) were paced by Jake Adkins with 22 points.TOLSIA 48, POCA 42: Class AA No. 7 Tolsia used an 18-11 fourth-quarter run to defeat visiting No. 2 Poca. Morgan Stacy scored 21 points for the Rebels (10-6) while Terry Davis contributed 11. Noah Frampton paced the Dots (13-2) with 12 points and Matt Chandler had 10.NICHOLAS 68, CHAPMANVILLE 59: Jared Tharp paced all Nicholas County scorers with 24 points as the Grizzlies won at home.
Austin Hill added 14 for Nicholas County (8-6). Mackenzie Martin netted 24 points for Chapmanville (8-6) while Kenny Plumley chipped in 19.HOOVER 51, CLAY 41: Aaron Burdette led Herbert Hoover (9-5) with 14 points while Sam Schoolcraft and Joey Forbes each scored 13 for the Huskies. For Clay County (7-8), Michael Shamblin had a team-high 11 points.CATHOLIC 64, GILMER 36: Garret McCarty netted 20 points as Class A No. 1 Charleston Catholic cruised to home win. Nick George added 13 points for the Fighting Irish (12-1) while David Godwin and Zach Casto each had 12. Austin Cunningham led Gilmer County with 11 points.SISSONVILLE 63, WAYNE 40: Trent Stowers turned in 17 points and six rebounds to power the visiting Indians. Zach Null pitched in 15 points for Sissonville (6-9), which outscored the Pioneers 22-1 in the second period for a 35-11 halftime edge. Alex Elkins had eight points for Wayne (4-10).TUG VALLEY 83, ST. JOE 43: Tug Valley raced out to a 45-13 halftime lead and never looked back for the home win. Three Tug Valley players scored double digits including Thomas Baisden (20), Mikey Newsome (15) and Austin Brewer (14). Michael Mayes had a team-high 20 points for St. Joseph.WILLIAMSTOWN 51, RAVENSWOOD 41: Jake Martin posted 18 points as Ravenswood won on the road. Dalton Gandee added 10 for the Red Devils (4-9). Williamstown (5-11) was paced by Chandler Webber's 13 points.TEAYS VALLEY 70, GRACE 59: Elias Beacom tossed in 32 points and Justin Wojcieszak 18 as host Teays Valley Christian celebrated Senior Night with a victory over Grace Chrsitian. Ben Parsons added 11 points for TVC (15-4). Grace received 21 points from Nathan Welch and 17 from Kris Adkins.WOOD COUNTY 55, CALVARY 48: Jamie Arnold scored 24 points and Patrick Goff finished with 10 to lead visiting Wood County Christian (7-12) to the win. For Calvary Baptist (10-7), Jace Heller led the way with 21 points while Trent Spears tallied 17.
GirlsST. ALBANS 53, WINFIELD 50: Breanna Propst finished with 18 points while Torri Wilson and Kaitlyn Propst each scored 12 to lift St. Albans (8-7) to the win. Haeley Moore scored 15 and Morgan Eggleton had 11 points for Winfield (8-8).NICHOLAS 58, PIKEVIEW 44: Nicholas County (14-1) battled early with PikeView before pulling away in the second half. Shaelyn Shafter led the Grizzlies with 21 points while Mackenzie Martin added 17. For PikeView (7-7), Hope Nester scored 19 points.
BUFFALO 69, SHERMAN 46: Chelsey Parkins tallied 22 points while Olivia Dunn contributed 17 as Buffalo secured a road win. Tiffani Bailey also scored 13 points for the Bison (10-4). Jordan Lewis had 12 points for the Tide (6-10) and Sarah Massey had 10.NITRO 56, HURRICANE 30: Nitro outscored Hurricane 27-9 in the second half as the Wildcats won on the road. Savannah Shamblin poured in 28 points for Nitro (8-8) while Kelli Douglas chipped in 11. Abby Watson led the Redskins with nine points.PRINCETON 60, WOODROW 49: Mckenzie Akers exploded for 27 points as Class AAA No. 5 Princeton earned a home win. Marissa Mullins and Khadija Payne added 10 points apiece for the Tigers (13-2). Kavita Francois had a team-high 15 points for Woodrow Wilson.SISSONVILLE 60, WAYNE 34: Madison Jones canned her first six shots and totaled 21 points for the visiting Indians, who ended a two-game losing skid. Mariah Youngblood and Brooke Reed donated 10 points apiece for Sissonville (12-5), which outscored the Pioneers 34-9 in the second and third quarters combined. Emily Marsh netted 15 points for Wayne (2-15).RIVERSIDE 50, RIPLEY 46: Brittany Wood had a triple-double with 16 points, 15 rebounds and 13 blocks to lead Riverside (5-14) to the win. Lamontica Burger added 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Warriors. For Ripley (0-16), Jillian Mullins finished with 16 points.MIDLAND TRAIL 67, OAK HILL 38: Four players scored in double digits as Midland Trail (4-10) beat visiting Oak Hill. Kennedy Cochran finished with 15 points, Emily Carte and Marissa Workman each scored 14 and Jesika Cooper had 11. For Oak HIll (0-15), Alyssa Barron scored 16 points while Kaitlynn Goodman had 12.
ELK VALLEY 84, OHIO VALLEY 41: Chelsea Burdette erupted for 29 points and Hannah Williams added 20 for host Elk Valley Christian (9-7). Madison Crank had 17 for Ohio Valley Christian.
Monday's girls gamesMINGO CENTRAL 52, POCA 34: The Miners outscored the visiting Dots 33-11 in the middle quarters. Brittany Maynard scored 11 points for Mingo (5-7). McKenzie Ball totaled 11 points for Poca (4-13).FAYETTEVILLE 66, VALLEY 45: Class A No. 10 Fayetteville outscored Valley 27-10 in the final period to upset the Class A No. 8 Greyhounds.
Senior Jessica Brown turned in 34 points and 14 rebounds for the host Pirates. Alvina Sedlock added 16 points for Fayetteville (9-3). Sophomore Abby Buchan netted 21 points Valley (8-4) and Kelsey Bird added 11. Greyhounds senior Alexis Payne, who was averaging 25.9 points, was held to nine.