Donte Nabors, who helped Woodrow Wilson win the Mountain State Athletic Conference championship and reach the Class AAA state finals, earned a first-team berth on the All-MSAC squad announced Tuesday.Nabors, a junior guard, led the Flying Eagles in scoring at 20.2 points per game.He was joined on the first team by Carrington Morris (Capital), Arick Nicks (Huntington), Henry Sorasaia (Hurricane), Angelo Sirianni (Nitro), Ryan Meadows (Princeton), Marcus Reed (Riverside) and Rashaud Kincaid (South Charleston). (See all-conference list, Page 2B.)Previously, George Washington senior guard Luke Eddy was announced as the MSAC player of the year and Woodrow Wilson coach Ron Kidd as the coach of the year.
Eddy led the league in scoring at 26.2 points per game and Kidd took the Flying Eagles to the MSAC crown and the AAA title game.nn
WVU SPORTS: West Virginia wrestling associate head coach Greg Jones was inducted to the Southwestern Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame. Jones, who is in his eighth year as an assistant at his alma mater, was honored at this past Sunday's Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic held in Pittsburgh. Jones competed for the Mountaineers from 2000-05, where he was a three-time NCAA champion, compiled a 126-4 record and became the first WVU grappler to be named the NCAA's Most Outstanding Wrestler.Five West Virginia gymnasts were named Tuesday to the Academic All-Big 12 Gymnastics team. Chelsea Goldschrafe, Kaylyn Millick, Hope Sloanhoffer, Bethany Yurko and Lia Salzano were named to the first team for the Mountaineers. No. 25 WVU (13-7, 1-1 Big 12) will compete at their first Big 12 Gymnastics Championship Saturday in Ames, Iowa.WVU gymnast Jaida Lawrence was named the Big 12 newcomer of the week Tuesday. This is her second award and the sixth for a Mountaineer this season.nn
CORRECTION: Riverside's Alyssa Sparks hit a three-run homer in Saturday's softball game against Winfield. Her name was misspelled in Sunday's editions.