Roundup: Chapmanville boys outlast Scott

Zac Casto hit a free throw with 7.3 seconds remaining to complete a three-point play as Chapmanville outlasted visiting Scott 57-55 Friday in boys basketball.osh Butcher paced the Tigers (6-1) with 17 points, while Kenny Plumley added 15. Logan Webb scored 14 points for the Skyhawks (5-3). 
  • PARKERSBURG SOUTH 71, LINSLY 47: Parkersburg South jumped out to an 18-4 lead and cruised past visiting Linsly.
  •  Logan Lawrentz led the Patriots (6-0) with 16 points, while Ty Dobson (12), J.R. Kerr (14) and Tyler Berry (14) all scored in double figures.Anthony Wallace and Cole Griffin each had 11 points for Linsly (1-3). 
  • GREENBRIER EAST 54, LIBERTY CHRISTIAN (Va.) 50: Rondale Watson poured in 25 points as host Greenbrier East edged Liberty Christian Academy (Va.)
  •   Josh Tunstalle scored 11 for the Spartans (5-2) and Obi Romeo added nine points and seven rebounds. Jordan Tillas led Liberty (7-4) with 19 points.Girls basketball 
  • MIDLAND TRAIL 54, OAK HILL 33: Madison Syner recorded a double-double with 16 points and 14 rebounds as host Midland Trail handled Oak Hill.
  •  Marissa Workman added 12 points for the Patriots (4-2). Kaitlyn Goodman led the Red Devils with 14.
    Other sportsYMCA TENNIS: The YMCA is currently accepting registrations for its junior tennis clinics.
    Classes will begin today and run through February 20. Divisions include tiny tots, beginners, intermediates and tournament. For more information, call the tennis office at 304-340-3533. 
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  •  AREA BOXING: Local boxing pro Jason Pettaway (13-1, 8 knockouts) will square off against Grover Young of Memphis, Tenn., in a scheduled four-round cruiserweight bout that will headline the annual Tri-State Toughman Contest on Saturday, Jan. 11, at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in Huntington.Tickets are available at the arena box office, online at or by phone at 1-800-745-3000. For more information, visit 
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  •  YOUTH BOWLING: Galaxy Lanes will start its annual Youth Scholarship Bowling League today. Children ages 5 to 20 are eligible and the cost is $11 per week with a $17 membership fee. The start time is 9:30 a.m. For more information, contact Jerry Maxwell at 304-415-7467. 
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  •  CORRECTION: The Point Pleasant boys basketball team defeated St. Albans Thursday night. Their opponent was incorrectly identified in Friday's editions.
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