Taylor Clark hit two free throws with three seconds left and St. Albans stole the ensuing inbounds pass seal a 66-64 victory over host Ripley Wednesday in boys basketball.Jeffrey Seams led the Red Dragons (2-5) with 19 points and Clark (17), Cody Young (15) and Kevic Watkins (11) all scored double-figures. Jakob Harrison led the Vikings with 17 points and Drew Harpold scored 15.SC 68, PARKERBURG 48: South Charleston outscored Parkersburg 22-6 in the third quarter and rolled to a road victory.
A.D. Cunningham and Brandon Knapper each scored 15 points for the Black Eagles (6-1) and Anthony Billings had 14. Ja'Darien Wade led the Big Reds (2-6) with 14 points.
CAPITAL 80, NITRO 51: Capital used a 16-0 first-quarter run as they put away visiting Nitro.
Carrington Morris led the Cougars (5-0) with 22 points. Capital forced 25 Nitro turnovers, 18 of which came off of steals. Trevon Taylor led the Wildcats (0-6) with 11 points.HURRICANE 64, PRINCETON 39: Henry Sorsaia had 23 points as the visiting Redskins (6-2) used strong second and fourth quarters to earn the win.
Jake Lemmerman, J.T. Rogoszewski, Trey Dawson and Garrett DeFries each added eight points for Hurricane. Aaron Ferguson led the Tigers (4-5) with 13 points.
SPRING VALLEY 66, POINT PLEASANT 46: Josh Steele scored a game-high 19 points as homestanding Spring Valley cruised past Point Pleasant.
Jacob Kilgore chipped in 16 points for the Timberwolves (3-3) and Greg Herbert netted 10. Robert Yates led the Big Blacks with 18 points and Alex Somerville scored 17.SUMMERS COUNTY 60, RICHWOOD 50: Terry Smith scored his 1,000th career point in leading Summers County past visiting Richwood.
Smith finished with a game-high 27 points and Ashton Garten netted 15 for the Bobcats (4-4). John Bard led the Lumberjacks with 16 points and Ben Beaver scored 11.
ROANE 74, BRAXTON 53: Jacob Neal and Isaac Wilmoth each scored 15 points to lead visiting Roane County (8-3). For the Eagles (1-7), Cody Hilton had 24 points and Thomas Pritt 16.CHAPMANVILLE 53, MINGO CENTRAL 27: Brady Cox scored a game-high 16 points as visiting Chapmanville downed Mingo Central.
Josh Butcher chipped in 12 points and Kenny Plumley added 11 for the Tigers (8-1). Alex Lee led the Miners (3-6) with 11 points.
CALHOUN 61, CLAY 53: Sam Brady tallied 14 points to pace a balanced attack for host Calhoun County (3-5). Also for the Red Devils, Ryan Slider and Tyler Sims scored 13 points apiece. Slider added a dozen rebounds.
For Clay County (4-5), Chris Cole poured in 28 points and Stephen Cole contributed nine points and nine rebounds.Tuesday's gameWESTSIDE 60, TUG VALLEY 49: Justin Cogar (24 points, 14 rebounds) turned in a double-double and Justin Kenneda added 14 points for the visiting Renegades (7-1). For the Panthers (4-3), Hayden Sturgell scored 19 points and Calvin Blankenship 14.
Girls basketballWESTSIDE 56, PIKEVIEW 55: Hope Lester turned in 20 points and 10 rebounds to lead the host Renegades. Faith Davis chipped in 13 points for Westside (8-0), which is No. 1 in Class AA. Madison May notched 23 points and Lyndsay Hatfield had 14 for the No. 7 Panthers, whose only two losses are against Westside.
CHAPMANVILLE 38, TOLSIA 36: Shian Meeks tied her season high with nine points for the visiting Tigers. Kristen Desrocher, who was averaging 15.9 points for Chapmanville (7-4), was held to five. Jordan Presley scored 13 points for the Rebels (3-6) and Savannah Winnett added 12 points and seven boards.LOGAN 60, BELFRY 27: Shayna Gore had 18 points and 10 assists and become the Wildcats' all-time leading girls scorer in a win over Belfry (Ky.). Gore passed Amanda Greene, who had 1,135 points. Logan (7-3) led 29-14 at halftime.MINGO CENTRAL 58, WAYNE 36: Ashley Curry netted 19 points for the visiting Miners. Kierra Hammond scored 12 points for Mingo Central (5-5) and Tyshira Joplin 10. Emily Marsh had eight points for the Pioneers.