Carrington Morris had 25 points, seven rebounds, six assists and six steals Friday as host Capital defeated Spring Valley 70-55 in the Mountain State Athletic Conference boys basketball fifth-place game.Brice Goldsmith contributed 13 points for the Cougars (8-14), followed closely by Brad Grose with 12 and Austin Coleman with 11. Austin Keyser led the Timberwolves with 16 points while Jacob Kilgore contributed 14 and Greg Herbert 11.WINFIELD 51, PARKERSBURG 44: Winfield built a 12-point halftime lead and downed Parkersburg in the MSAC fourth-place game on the Big Reds floor.
Bear Bellomy led Winfield (13-8) with 20 points, hitting all nine of his free throws, and Chris Turner added 14 points and led the Generals with seven rebounds. Zach Fisher had nine points and six rebounds.
The Generals hit six free throws in the final 51 seconds to survive a late Parkersburg threat. Trevor Britton scored 16 points to lead Parkersburg (8-13).CATHOLIC 59, ST. ALBANS 36: Nick George scored 16 points in leading host Charleston Catholic to a win in the MSAC eighth-place game. David Godwin tallied 14 points for the Class A No. 2 Irish (17-3) and Zach Casto contributed 12. Nathan McNeil had 15 points to lead the Red Dragons and Kevic Watkins chipped in 11.NITRO 60, RIVERSIDE 59: Riverside turned the ball over in the game's final seconds, allowing Nitro to escape with the victory in the MSAC sixth-place game at Riverside. Angelo Sirianni and Trevon Taylor led the Wildcats (9-12) with 23 and 22 points, respectively. Ethan Clark added 13. For Riverside (8-13), Marcus Reed had 20 points, Tyus Wood 14 and Nick Light 11.HUNTINGTON 84, PRINCETON 55: Huntington hit 30 of its 46 shots from the floor and rolled to a win in the MSAC third-place game at Princeton. Tavian Dunn-Martin had a game-best 26 points for the Highlanders (14-5) and Shaquan Miller (17), Arick Tubbs (15) and Chancelor Wooding (13) were also in double figures. Ryan Meadows' 14 points led the way for Princeton (16-5) and Hunter Walters tossed in 11.MIDLAND 74, RIPLEY 57: Cabell Midland erupted for 32 points in the final quarter in the MSAC seventh-place game at Ripley. Sawyer Beckett paced all scorers with 19 points for the Knights. Keegan Adkins tossed in 17 points for Midland and Niles Dailey added 12. Kade Harrison's 17 points led the way for the Vikings and Casey Smith had 10.BUFFALO 100, WAHAMA 67: Buffalo erupted for 63 first-half points and steamrolled to a road win. Laythen Good led the charge with 33 points for the Class A No. 8 Bison (16-3). Levi Jordan posted 15 and Isaiah Robinson 12. Austin Jordan had 15 to lead the White Falcons (8-11), Hunter Rose added 12 and Hunter Bradley 11.VALLEY 58, MEADOW BRIDGE 55: Zac Warden scored 19 points to help visiting Valley hold on to a win. Henry Barron (12 points) and Raeshawn Breckenridge (10) were also in double figures for the Greyhounds (14-6). Cody White led Meadow Bridge with 19 points, followed by Logan Pomeroy with 14 and Caleb Farr with 10.TUG 76, PENDLETON 34: Tug Valley led 44-10 at the break and cruised to a home win. Austin Brewer led all scorers with 16 points for the Class A No. 1 Panthers and Thomas Baisden chipped in with 15. Logan Raines led Pendleton County with nine points.GREATER BECKLEY 67, CROSS LANES 65: Greater Beckley Christian outscored Cross Lanes Christian 8-6 in overtime for a victory in the Christian School Tournament at Summersville. Javonne Staunton-Bailey led Greater Beckley (13-3) with 21 points and Elisha Kidd and Keith Mullins each had 19. Tyler Corbin led Cross Lanes (17-10) with 29 points and Grant Humphrey scored 19.
GirlsGREEN. EAST 71, HEDGESVILLE 61: Trailing by a point entering the final quarter, undefeated Greenbrier East dominated the final eight minutes. Bianca Andre' led the host Spartans (21-0) with 33 points, 16 rebounds, five assists and two blocks. Elizabeth Romeo scored 11 points. Alexis Taylor led Hedgesville (14-8) with 13 points and 22 rebounds and Kristen Nunn scored 18 points.
NICHOLAS 47, CLAY 43: Nicholas County took a 14-point lead into the final quarter and held on for a win. Shealyn Shafer had 23 points and 18 rebounds for the Class AA No. 3 Grizzlies (17-3) and Mykenzie Martin scored 11. Brittany Gould led No. 5 Clay County (16-5) with 16 points, followed by McKinzee Barker (12) and Kaitlyn Horrocks (10). BUFFALO 59, VAN 15: Ten players contributed to the scoring as Buffalo defeated visiting Van. Tiffani Bailey led the Bison (18-4) with 17 points.WESTSIDE 61, LOGAN 48: Kristen Hash led a balanced attack for Westside (21-1) with 15 points, Hope Lester and Danielle Brown contributed 13 each and Faith Davis had 12. For Logan (13-8), Shayna Gore had 19 points and nine assists and Monica Mitchell scored 19 points and had 12 rebounds.
Thursday's girls gameLOGAN 61, CHAPMANVILLE 30: Monical Mitchell scored 19 points and grabbed 17 rebounds for host Logan (13-7). Shayna Gore added 14 points and 13 assists and Summer Collins chipped in 10 points. Autumn Baisden and Jessica Rideout each had seven points for Chapmanville.