Savannah Shamblin scored 24 points and dished out 11 assists as Class AAA No. 8 Nitro added to its undefeated record with a 73-49 beating of visiting Parkersburg on Saturday. Bethany Hill chipped in with 18 points for the Wildcats (9-0) with Halie Miller contributing 14 and Tiffany Reavis 12.Brooke Kurucz and Haley Ackerman each had 13 points for the Big Reds.CHARLESTON CATH-OLIC 60, ELK VALLEY 36: Charleston Catholic jumped out to a 13-3 first-quarter lead and rolled to a home victory. Hannah Gallian (20 points), Vida Imani (19) and Anna Whelan (12) all scored in double-figures to lead the Irish (8-2). Chelsea Burdette led Elk Valley Christian with 13 points.
POCA 54, WAYNE 26: Poca outscored Wayne 30-13 in the second half and cruised to a home win. McKenzie Ball led the Dots (3-8) with a game-high 17 points and Casey Skeens scored 12. Emily Marsh led the Pioneers with eight points.HURRICANE 74, RIVERSIDE 48: Abby Watson posted a triple-double with 29 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists as host Hurricane routed Riverside. Taneisha Sturdavent scored 17 points and pulled down 21 rebounds for the Redskins (7-3). Brittany Wood led the Warriors (1-6) with 16 points and Rachel Mills netted 13.WINFIELD 72, POINT 10: Haylea Roberson netted 24 points as Winfield rolled to a home win over Point Pleasant. Chelsea Kirby had 10 points for the Generals (5-2). Kylie Crump had four points for the Big Blacks.GREEN. EAST 63, LOGAN 57: Chaunte McDowell poured in 39 points and Sydney Nunley added 11 as Greenbrier East (10-0) won at home. Lexi Hines netted 18 points and 10 rebounds for Logan (8-4), while Shayna Gore had 16 points.SUMMERS 61, PIKEVIEW 49: Avery Pivont and Whitney Justice combined for 28 points as Summers County remained undefeated with a home win. Brandy Morrison added 12 points for the Bobcats (11-0). Madison May paced PikeView (9-3) with 18 points.GILMER 73, ROANE 59: Julie Bishop exploded for 29 points as visiting Gilmer County cruised past Roane County. Kylie Shuff scored 15 and Mackenzie Huff netted 13 for the Titans. Cassidy Taylor led Roane with 21 points and nine rebounds and Mary Kate Westfall added 13 points.SENECA TRAIL 49, SC CHRISTIAN 39: Laura Boyrer scored a game-high 16 points as host Seneca Trail Christian knocked off South Charleston Christian Academy. Alana Denning added 14 for Seneca Trail (4-0), which led 28-2 after the first quarter. For SC Christian (1-5), Haley Light scored 14 points and grabbed 17 rebounds, and Bethany Miller had 12 points.SOUTH CHARLESTON 65, RIPLEY 33: ShayAnne Dunham scored 15 points as host South Charleston crushed Ripley. Rhea Smith recorded 12 points and nine rebounds and Taliah Cashwell scored 12 for the Black Eagles (9-2). Chelsey Hager led the Vikings with nine points.ST. ALBANS 39, GW 28: St. Albans jumped out to an 11-2 first-quarter lead and rolled to a home win. Cameron Davis led the Red Dragons (9-2) with 12 points and Tori Wilson scored 10. Shi Banks netted 12 points to lead George Washington (2-5).PADEN CITY 56, VALLEY 35: Cydney Blatt led Paden City (7-4) with 15 points and Hannah Stanley scored 12. Abigail Buchan led visiting Valley (4-7) with 11 points and Kelsey Bird scored 10. MIDLAND TRAIL 43, RICHWOOD 35: Emily Carte scored a game-high 17 points as Midland Trail cruised to a road win. Madison Syner chipped in 11 points for the Patriots (6-4). Jennifer Shelford and Katie Mullins both scored 10 for the Lumberjacks (0-11).
HUNTINGTON 73, CAPITAL 32: Lacy Johnson netted 18 points for Huntington (11-1) while Lexi Sheffield 13, Ericka Budd 12 and Mariah Harmon 10. Alex Gray had 10 points for the Cougars (3-8), who failed to score in the second quarter and trailed 47-6 at halftime.
BoysCHAPMANVILLE 69, SISSONVILLE 54: Joe Tackett's 18 points led four players in double figures for the host Tigers. Josh Butcher added 14 points, Trey Dalton 11 and Kenny Plumley 10 for Chapmanville (9-1), which trailed 17-16 after the opening quarter but held the Indians to 18 total points in the second and third combined. Nathan Miller scored 16 points for Sissonville (4-6) and Seth Bowlin had 14.
Friday's boys gamesPARKERSBURG 59, NITRO 42: J.D. Wade scored 20 points and Michael Ramsey 18 to pace the host Big Reds (3-6), who trailed 28-25 at halftime. For the Wildcats (0-7), Trevon Taylor tallied 13 points and Brandon Preece and Josiah Bosely each had eight.HURRICANE 66, RIVERSIDE 44: Trey Dawson had 19 points and Henry Sorsaia 16 to spark the visiting Redskins to a win. For the Warriors (4-2), Josh Carpenter scored 14 points and Tamar Lawson 11.
SISSONVILLE 74, TOLSIA 51: Blake Newhouse tallied 16 points for the visiting Indians. For the Rebels, Tyler Stroud scored 22 points.MINGO CENTRAL 80, WAYNE 70: Julius Hatcher had 18 points and Stevie Hammond dished out 13 assists to spark host Mingo Central (4-6). For Wayne (6-4), Grant Ferguson scored 16 points.VAN 49, HANNAN 39: Logan Crouse netted 13 points as the visiting Bulldogs (2-5) rallied from a 23-12 halftime deficit to win. Will Harbour had a team-high 16 points for Hannan (1-7).