Parkersburg South jumped out to a commanding 47-8 lead and cruised past visiting Point Pleasant 110-23 in girls basketball Friday night.The Patriots (8-0) had four players score double-figures, including Keya Bartlett (25), Lexie Moore (12), Amber Cottrell (11) and Anna Hayton (10). Cassandra Nibert led the Big Blacks (0-11) with six points.
SUMMERS 71, JAMES MONROE 55: Brittney Justice recorded a double-double with 12 points and 15 rebounds as host Summers County beat James Monroe. Whittney Justice led the Bobcats (7-0) with 19 points and Brandy Morrison scored 17. Carter Shiflet led the Mavericks (0-6) with 16 points and Lane Shiflet netted 12. HUNTINGTON 72, RIPLEY 15: The Highlanders jumped out to a 26-6 lead after the opening quarter and never looked back. Ericka Budd netted 14 points for Huntington (7-1) while Lacy Johnson dropped in 13 and Jordyn Dawson had 12. Sarah Williams scored four points for the Vikings (3-6).
TOLSIA 56, WAYNE 45: Savannah Winnett scored 24 points to lead the visiting Rebels past the Pioneers. Jordan Presley chipped in 18 points for Tolsia (3-5). Taylor Bartam tallied 14 points for Wayne (0-9) and Kaitlyn Arnold had 12.Thursday's girls game CLAY 57, ROANE 36: McKinzee Barker scored 24 points as visiting Clay County downed Roane County. Katelyn Horrocks added 12 points for the Panthers (7-2) and Isabelle Haverty donated 10. Cassidy Taylor notched 17 points for the Raiders (3-7) and Hannah Hardman had 10.Boys GREENBRIER EAST 67, BLUEFIELD 52: Rondell Watson had 19 points and eight assists and Obi Romeo added 14 points and 14 rebounds to pace host Greenbrier East (7-2). Tyler Canterbury scored 15 points and Josh Tunstalle 14 for the Spartans. The Beavers (5-1), defending Class AA champions, received 15 points from Michael Yost, 13 from Anthony Eades and 11 from Lykel Collier. PARK. SOUTH 55, MORGANTOWN 49: Logan Lawrence turned in 18 points and 10 rebounds as visiting Parkersburg South stayed perfect. Cody Monroe totaled 13 points for the Patriots (8-0) and J.R. Kerr had 10. Scottie Core and Shaun Carden notched nine points apiece for the Mohigans (2-4). CLAY 56, BRAXTON 35: Stephen Cole scored 14 points and Chris Cole added 13 to pace the visiting Panthers to victory. Storm Carver added 10 points for Clay County (3-4). The Eagles (1-4) received 11 points from Cody Hilton. WYOMING EAST 55, OAK HILL 46: Christian Hedinger tossed in 20 points and Austin Canada 18 as the visiting Warriors (5-0) stayed unbeaten. For the Red Devils (2-4), Jalen Jones had 14 points and Mark Logan 12. ROANE 80, CALHOUN 59: Jacob Neal erupted for 32 points and 18 rebounds as host Roane County handled Calhoun County. Issak Wilmith scored 14 points and Tyler Harper added 12 for the Raiders (7-2). Tyler Sims sank 15 points for the Red Devils (2-4) and Ryan Slider netted 14. n GREATER BECKLEY 67, TUG VALLEY 53: Elisha Kidd hit 12 of 13 free throws and scored 27 points for host Greater Beckley Christian (6-0). For the Panthers (3-2), Thomas Baisden had 15 points.Thursday's boys game
WAYNE 74, TOLSIA 43: Brett Justice dropped in 21 points and the host Pioneers (5-2) ran out to a 26-6 lead and coasted to an historic victory. Wayne broke a 16-game losing streak to its county rival and won for just the second time in 60 meetings. For the Rebels (1-7), Kaleb Sturgell had 15 points.