St. Albans' Breanna Propst is double-teamed by SC's ShyAnne Dunham (22) and Rhea Smith (11).
Breanna Propst scored a game-high 27 points as visiting St. Albans outlasted South Charleston 58-54 in girls high school basketball Friday.Tori Wilson chipped in nine points and Haleigh Legg contributed eight for the Red Dragons (5-1). Aaliyah Dunham and Talia Cashwell each sank 15 points to lead the Black Eagles (4-2).CAPITAL 68, ROANE COUNTY 37: Alex Gray led all scorers with 18 points as Capital cruised past Roane County at the Sissonville Invitational in Sissonville.
Jahneese Clements (13 points), India Hairston (11) and Jenna Bsharah (11) all scored double-figures for the Cougars. Cassidy Taylor led Roane County with 10 points.
SISSONVILLE 84, WAYNE 14: The Indians led 51-5 at halftime and coasted to a win in their tournament.
Brittany Gould led the way with 18 points, 14 rebounds, eight assists, four steals and three blocks. Also for Sissonville (5-0), Madison Jones scored 19, Karli Pinkerton 15 and Brooke Reed 10. Reed also pulled down 10 rebounds. Emily Marsh scored five points to pace the Pioneers (0-4).HERBERT HOOVER 63, PARKERSBURG CATHOLIC 59: Herbert Hoover built a 22-point halftime lead and survived a difficult second half to defeat Parkersburg Catholic in the Mary O Classic finals in Parkersburg.
Hannah King scored 29 points to lead the Huskies (5-1), who led 38-16 at halftime. Bethany Romine added 12 points.For Parkersburg Catholic (2-5), Alex Schaffer had 15 points, Reily Sturm 14 and Alexis Saunders 11.NITRO 49, CHARLESTON CATHOLIC 36: Nitro hurried out to an early 12-point lead and won at Charleston Catholic to stay unbeaten.
Tiffany Reavis contributed 18 points and 16 rebounds for the Wildcats (7-0). Savannah Shamblin and Halie Miller added 11 points each.Anna Whelan led the Irish (3-1) with 13 points. TOLSIA 59, POCAHONTAS COUNTY 51: Savannah Winnett poured in 26 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as Tolsia edged Pocahontas County in the first round of the Summersville Armory Classic in Summersville.
Jordan Presley added 12 points for the Rebels (2-3). Sarah Ryder led the Warriors (4-2) with 17 points.Tolsia will play Nicholas County today in the championship matchup and Pocahontas County will face James Monroe in the consolation game.
GREENBRIER EAST 72, POINT PLEASANT 27: Greenbrier East jumped out to a 33-2 lead after the first quarter and cruised to an easy win in the Spartan Holiday Invitational Friday in Lewisburg. Chaunte McDowell led the Spartans (6-0) with 21 points, while Charlie Leach scored 11 to pace Point Pleasant (0-9).CLAY COUNTY 67, SOUTH HARRISON 14: McKinzee Barker recorded a double-double with 11 points and 11 assists as Clay County crushed visiting South Harrison.
Katelyn Horrocks scored a game-high 16 points for the Panthers (4-2). Abigail Lightner led the Hawks with nine points. PIKEVIEW 55, GRAHAM 46: PikeView overcame an early deficit to collect a victory at Graham, Va.
Lyndsay Hatfield totaled 17 points, Madison May added 13 and Courtney White had 10 for PikeView (7-1), which trailed 15-10 after the first quarter but outscored Graham 17-5 in the second. Lexi Kiser scored 14 and Dejah Carter 13 for Graham.Boys
SOUTH CHARLESTON 77, POINT PLEASANT 46: After leading by 10 at halftime, South Charleston used a big third quarter to defeat Point Pleasant in the Chick-fil-A Tournament in South Charleston.
A.D. Cunningham and Jordan Lewis scored 19 points each for the Black Eagles (3-0), who broke the game open by outscoring Point Pleasant 29-5 in the third quarter. Brandon Knapper added 14 points for SC, which will face Cincinnati Woodward at 7 p.m. today.Nick Templeton scored 13 points and Adam Yates 12 for Point Pleasant, which will face St. Clairsville, Ohio, at 5:15 p.m. today.WYOMING EAST 55, CINCINNATI WOODWARD 47: Christian Hedinger scored 13 points as Wyoming East beat Cincinnati Woodward in the first round of the Chick-fil-A Tournament at the South Charleston Community Center.
Jordan Hayes chipped in 13 points and Cody Lester netted 12 for the Warriors (2-0). James Ingram recorded a game-high 23 points for Cincinnati Woodward (4-4). Wyoming East will take on North Marion tonight in the championship game.ROBERT C. BYRD 71, BROOKE 58: After leading by five points at halftime, Robert C. Byrd took command in the second half and defeated visiting Brooke.
Devonti Birch led RCB (3-0) with 18 points and Luke Dyer and Justin Noble contributed 15 each. Russell Schwertfeger had 23 to lead Brooke (3-3), Anthony Barnhart had 13 and Thomas Cole 11.GREENBRIER EAST 84, PARKERSBURG CATHOLIC 57: Rondale Watson exploded for 31 points as visiting Greenbrier East cruised past Parkersburg Catholic.
Obi Romeo contributed a double-double with 16 points and 22 rebounds for the Spartans (3-1). Ben Collie led the Crusaders (3-2) with 15 points and Joe Padden scored 14.BUFFALO 68, WAHAMA 51: Joseph Good sank 21 points as homestanding Buffalo beat Wahama.
John Hodges and Austin Moore each scored 11 for the Bison (4-1). Wyatt Zuspan and Hunter Rose led the White Falcons (1-5) with 13 points each.LINCOLN COUNTY 54, BUCKHANNON-UPSHUR 53: Andrew Davis hit a game-winning free throw with seconds left as Lincoln County edged Buckhannon Upshur in the Ritchie County Holiday Tournament.
Davis finished with 17 points and Schylar Kelly scored 14 for the Panthers (1-5). Cody Garrett led the Buccaneers (2-3) with 10 points.CHAPMANVILLE 62, MOUNT VIEW 33: Josh Butcher scored a game-high 16 points as the host Tigers advanced to the finals of the Bob Runyon Memorial Classic in Chapmanville.
Kenny Plumley added 14 points for the Tigers (5-0), who will take on Riverside tonight at 8 in the championship game.For Mount View, Darrell Barnes scored 12 points.VALLEY 51, RIPLEY 34: Zac Warden netted 23 points as Valley earned a win in the Sissonville Holiday Tournament. Keyshawn Payne added 12 points for the Greyhounds. Jamison Hunt paced Ripley with nine points.SISSONVILLE 67, WAYNE 54: Blake Newhouse erupted for 24 points as Sissonville secured a win in its holiday tournament. Chance Brown chipped in 14 points for the Indians (2-2). Grant Ferguson had a team-high 18 points for Wayne.nn
SWIM MEET: The 2013 HYCAT December Holiday High School Invitational hosted by Nitro High School will be held today in the University of Charleston's natatorium.Meet director Greg Olson expects 110 swimmers from Capital, George Washington, Hurricane, Nitro and Point Pleasant high schools to compete. Based on submitted times, George Washington is the pre-meet favorite to take home the girls, boys and combined team titles.The meet is scheduled to start at 1:15 p.m.