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Prep roundup: Clay-Battelle takes third-place game in HIT

Tanner Bragg came off the bench to drop in 21 points Saturday evening and lead Clay-Battelle to a 61-50 victory over Valley in the third-place game of the Hometown Invitational Tournament in Summersville.Bragg hit 8 of 10 shots for the Cee-Bees, who shot 53 percent for the game (25 of 47). Valley, by comparison, made only 32 percent (22 of 69).Zach Chisler added 18 points for Clay-Battelle, netting 8 of 13 shots. Logan Opyoke turned in a double-double (13 points, 10 rebounds).For Valley, Zac Warden scored 16 points and Raeshawn Breckenridge 12. Keyshawn Payne grabbed a team-high six rebounds, but the Greyhounds trailed 28-21 off the boards.It marked the third game in three days for the Greyhounds (11-6), the No. 10 team in Class A, who beat Oak Hill Thursday and lost at Buffalo on Friday.
  • SC 54, NITRO 42: Hunter Moles scored 13 points while Trevond Reese and A.D. Cunningham each finished with 10 to help lead Class AAA No. 1 South Charleston (17-1) to a win at Nitro. Angelo Sirianni tallied a game-high 17 points in the loss for the Wildcats (7-12) and Ethan Clark added 13.
  • CHAPMANVILLE 67, SCOTT 45 The host Tigers raced out to a 31-12 halftime lead and upset the AA No. 9 Skyhawks. Mackenzie Martin poured in 27 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for Chapmanville (9-8) while Trey Dalton added 13 points and Kenny Plumley contributed 12 points and 11 boards. Matt Dolin notched 14 points for Scott (11-7) and Cody Brown had 10.
  • WEBSTER 68, LIBERTY RALEIGH 65: Brett Morris scored seven points in overtime to lead the host Highlanders past the Patriots.
  • Morris, who finished with 36 points, five rebounds and four blocks, was fouled shooting a 3 with about 20 seconds left in regulation, then made all three from the charity stripe to knot the game at 58. Webster jumped out to a 68-60 edge in OT behind Morris and held on for the win.Hunter Given added 13 points and nine boards for the Highlanders (12-3), who trailed 32-22 at halftime. Trevor McGee netted 19 points for Liberty (9-7) while Levi Cook chipped in 18 and Matt Klucarich 10.
  • LINCOLN COUNTY 53, SOUTH POINT 50: T.J. Arbaugh scored 21 points and grabbed 13 rebounds and Andrew Davis had 17 points and 10 boards as host Lincoln County (8-10) held off South Point (Ohio).
  • Girls
  • SUMMERS 52, CATHOLIC 40: Class AA No. 6 Summers County outscored Charleston Catholic 14-6 in the final quarter as the Bobcats earned a home win. Avery Pivont recorded 17 points for Summers (14-5) while Cara Wynes added 12. Samantha Fletcher poured in 26 points for the Fighting Irish (8-12).
  • CHAPMANVILLE 64, MINGO CENTRAL 32: Kristin Desrocher scored 21 points as Chapmanville improved to 11-9. Katelynn Hall added a double-double for the Tigers with 10 points and 10 rebounds and Jessice Rideout scored 12 points. Ashley Curry led visiting Mingo Central with 12 points.
  • TOLSIA 61, SCOTT 58: Krista Maynard hit a 3-point shot at the buzzer as Tolsia escaped with a home win over Scott. Maynard finished with 30 points for the Rebels (17-3) while Savannah Winnett posted 17 points and 13 rebounds and Jamie Maynard contributed 11 points. For the Skyhawks (11-9), Julie Conway netted 18 points and Ali Whitman had 17.
  • GREENBRIER EAST 66, LOGAN 62: Chaunte McDowell scored 25 points and Bianca Andre added 23 as Class AAA No. 1 Greenbrier East (17-0) held off visiting Logan. Hannah Toth led Logan (11-7) with 21 points while Shayna Gore scored 17 and Monica Mitchell chipped in 10.
  • POCAHONTAS 61, PENDLETON 51: Bobbie McNabb tallied 22 points as Class A No. 6 Pocahontas County earned a home win. Heather Snead also contributed 17 points for the Warriors (14-5). Hillary Ord paced Pendleton County (9-6) with 17 points.
  • ST. MARYS 64, CLAY 53: Kendra Walker score 13 of her game-high 31 points in the fourth quarter as St. Marys downed Clay County in the Little Kanawha Conference championship game. Ashley Hall scored 11 points for Class A No. 2 St. Marys (19-1). McKinzee Barker paced the Class AA No. 4 Panthers (15-4) with 15 points and Brittany Gould had 14.
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