Luke Eddy scored seven of his game-high 33 points in overtime as Class AAA No. 10 George Washington held off visiting Capital 78-73 Tuesday in boys basketball.
Cameron Hoston added 12 points for the Patriots (12-4) while Chris Kay had 10. GW outscored Capital 13-8 in the extra period.
Carrington Morris paced the Cougars (7-12) with 29 points. Jordan Kinney chipped in 18 points and Austin Coleman 13.
It was a revenge victory for the Patriots, who lost to Capital 36-35 on Dec. 12.
WINFIELD 54, SPRING VALLEY 39: Chris Turner led a balanced effort with 14 points for the visiting Generals (10-7), who outscored the Timberwolves 16-4 in the final period and held their hosts without a field goal. Bear Bellomy added 11 points for Winfield, Zach Fisher had 10 and Brock Pence 10 with a team-best eight rebounds. Greg Herbert led Spring Valley with 18 points.
HUNTINGTON 61, ST. ALBANS 44: Arick Nicks scored 24 points and Chancelor Wooding finished with 14 as Huntington (12-4) won at St. Albans. Nathan McNeil led the Red Dragons (4-11) with 19 points.
SISSONVILLE 74, MINGO 61: Four Sissonville players scored in double digits as the Indians downed visiting Mingo Central. Sissonville (7-10) was paced by Anthony Best (22 points), Zach Null (15), Bret Rorabaugh (15) and Trent Stowers (11). The Miners were led by Austin Banks with 19 points.
HURRICANE 58, MIDLAND 45: Henry Sorsaia scored 21 points as the Redskins used a big second quarter to earn a road victory. Rasaan Harris and Trey Dawson added 10 points each for Hurricane (14-4). Cabell Midland received 10 points from Niles Dailey.
POCA 53, CHAPMANVILLE 42: Noah Frampton scored 20 points as Class AA No. 4 Poca downed Chapmanville at home. Matt Chandler contributed 10 points for the Dots (14-2). Mackenzie Martin paced the Tigers (8-7) with 15 points and Brady Cox had 11.
SCOTT 60, HOOVER 34: Anthony Sigmon produced 17 points as Class AA No. 9 Scott cruised to a home win. Eric May also had 15 points for the Skyhawks (11-6) and Logan Webb 10. Aaron Burdette led Herbert Hoover with 10 points.
LOGAN 57, LINCOLN COUNTY 38: Worm Street scored 13 points and C.J. Williams had 12 as Logan improved to 6-8. T.J. Arbaugh led visiting Lincoln County with 17 points.
WYOMING EAST 74, SHADY SPRING 69: Austin Canada scored 29 points and Cody Lester 15 as Wyoming East (11-4) came back from a halftime deficit to beat visiting Shady Spring. Josh Tunstalle and Brett Bowling each added 14 points for the Warriors, while Chase Connor scored a game-high 30 for Shady (7-7).
SHERMAN 70, FAYETTEVILLE 65: Zach Semple and Aaron Krise each scored 22 points for Fayetteville (2-12), but it wasn't enough as Sherman won in a Hometown Invitational Tournament consolation game. For the Tide (6-8), Blake Brewer finished with 18 points and Aaron Lowe scored 12. Sherman will face Midland Trail today at home in the next round.
VALLEY 70, GREEN. WEST 58: Raeshawn Breckenridge tossed in 21 points and Keyshawn Payne added a season-high 17 as the Greyhounds won in the HIT South Division I semifinals. Arik McGinnis also had 17 points for the Greyhounds (10-4), who play in the division finals Friday against tonight's Buffalo-Richwood winner. Colby Ennis led Greenbrier West (9-4) with 17 points and Zach Johnson had 13.
WOODROW 74, RIPLEY 63: Donte Nabors netted 22 points as Class AAA No. 3 Woodrow Wilson (13-4) downed Ripley. Kade Harrison scored a team-high 21 points for the Vikings (6-12).
MOUNT VIEW 62, PIKEVIEW 56: Ishmyle Sawyers finished with a game-high 21 points to lead Mount View (10-3) to the win against visiting PikeView. For the Panthers (5-11), Jason Wetzel, Tanner Farley and Zach Meadows each scored 13 points.
POINT 61, GALLIA 48: Dillon McCarty netted 22 points in a Point Pleasant home win. Wade Martin added 18 points for the Big Blacks (6-9). Justin Bailey had 12 points for Gallia (Ohio) Academy.
WAHAMA 63, TRIMBLE 55: Austin Jordan scored 20 points and Wyatt Zuspan 13 for Wahama. Hunter Bradley and Trenton Gibbs each added 12 points for the White Falcons (7-10). For visiting Trimble (Ohio), Mike Couch had 14 points and Wyatt Bragg 11.
CROSS LANES 55, CALVARY 38: Tyler Corbin poured in 27 points and Grant Humphrey 14 as Cross Lanes Christian won at home. Jace Heller scored 15 for Calvary Baptist (10-8) and Trent Spears added 10.
TEAYS VALLEY 83, REGIONAL 34: Elias Beacom scored 29 points, Zack Moore added 16 and Justin Wojcieszak 13 as Teays Valley Christian improved to 18-4. Nathan Waters led visiting Regional Christian with 15 points.
ELK VALLEY 49, VICTORY 36: Trey Suttle scored 21 points to lead Elk Valley Christian to a win at Victory Christian. For Victory, Hunter Elliot scored a team-high 12 points.
GREEN. EAST 77, CATHOLIC 55: Bianca Andre' netted 21 points as Class AAA No. 1 Greenbrier East disposed of visiting Charleston Catholic. Chaunte McDowell chipped in 17 points for the Spartans (15-0) and Elizabeth Romeo had 10. Hanna Gallian tallied 27 points for the Fighting Irish (7-11) and Anna Whelan added 12.
CAPITAL 44, SC 30: Dashia Foster finished with 14 points and Keke Walker scored 10 to help Capital (7-7) to a win at South Charleston. Taliah Cashwell scored nine points for the Black Eagles (9-11).
ST. ALBANS 44, RIVERSIDE 30: Breanna Propst scored 16 points and Kaitlyn Propst 15 to pace the visiting Red Dragons (9-9) to victory. For the Warriors (6-14), Brittany Wood had 13 blocked shots and six rebounds.
SISSONVILLE 77, MINGO 48: Madison Jones exploded for 26 points, including seven 3-pointers, as Class AA No. 10 Sissonville earned a home win. Karli Pinkerton added 23 points for Sissonville (13-5) and Mariah Rhodes had 10. Ashley Curry had 11 for the Miners.
CHAPMANVILLE 42, POCA 31: Kristen Desrocher netted 16 points as Chapmanville downed Poca. Katelynn Hall chipped in 12 points for the Tigers (9-8). McKenzie Ball had a game-high 17 points for the Dots (4-15).
NICHOLAS 65, BLUEFIELD 33: Shealyn Shafer produced a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds as Class AA No. 3 Nicholas County cruised to a home win. Mykenzie Martin added 14 points for the Grizzlies (15-2). Destiny Sims had 10 points for Bluefield (10-9).
MIDLAND TRAIL 54, GREEN. WEST 37: Kennedy Cochran posted a double-double of 18 points and 16 rebounds as Midland Trail earned a home win. Madison Syner added 14 points for the Patriots (5-10). Kristan Harris was the lone Greenbrier West player in double digits with 18 points.
PRINCETON 59, SUMMERS 55: Princeton (14-3) outscored Summers County 19-8 in the fourth quarter to escape with a road win. McKenzie Akers scored a game-high 30 points for the Tigers. Tyra Wynes led Summers (11-5) with 15 points.
TOLSIA 48, WAYNE 23: Krista Maynard netted 14 points as Tolsia (14-3) rolled past host Wayne. Taylor Bartrum had eight points for the Pioneers.