Luke Frampton recorded a triple-double of 14 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists as Poca defeated visiting Sissonville 79-47 Friday night in high school basketball.Elijah Cuffe paced the Dots (8-1) with a game-high 24 points. Chase Brown had 11 points for Sissonville (5-6).WAYNE 62, CHAPMANVILLE 59 (OT): Grant Ferguson's 24th point, a free throw with 12 seconds left in overtime, put the visiting Pioneers ahead for good.
After Ferguson's free throw, the Pioneers regained possession and Seth Napier scored his only two points from the line. Kenny Plumley's halfcourt heave at the buzzer missed, giving Wayne (7-5) the victory.
Nate Earl added 13 points for Wayne. Josh Butcher led Chapmanville (9-2) with 29 points. Plumley scored 15.BUFFALO 83, VALLEY WETZEL 55: Buffalo led 57-20 at halftime and handled visiting Valley Wetzel in the first round of the West Virginia Home Invitational Tournament. Brad Harris led the Bison (7-5) with 14 points and Laythen Good (13), Isaiah Robison (11) and Gabe Garrison all scored in double figures. Joey Preat led the Lumberjacks (4-8) with 14 points and John Wells netted 13.WYOMING EAST 112, INDEPENDENCE 53: Wyoming East stormed out to a commanding 55-14 lead at halftime and rolled to a road victory. Austin Canada led the Warriors (8-1) with 20 points and David Carte chipped in 15. Chris Mills led the Patriots (0-11) with 17 points.BRAXTON 73, CALHOUN 63: Cody Hilton exploded for 32 points as Braxton County won at home. Thomas Pritt added 18 points for the Eagles (3-7). Ryan Miller tallied 23 for Calhoun County (3-7) while Tyler Sims had 13.SHADY SPRING 81, SUMMERS 67: Shady Spring had four players score in double figures in a win over host Summers County. Jordan Meadows led the Tigers with 21 points and Steven Chhabra netted 19. Terry Smith led the Bobcats (4-5) with 21 points and Jacob Lively scored 17.RIPLEY 55, RAVENS-WOOD 41: Kade Harrison scored 16 points to lead Ripley to a home win. Drew Harpold added 14 points for the Vikings. Isaac Crow led the Red Devils with 11 points.TEAYS VALLEY 58, CALVARY 39: Jace Heller scored 16 points while Parker D'Antoni and Zack Moore chipped in 13 apiece as Teays Valley Christian (12-5) won at home. Julian Fleshman had a game-high 19 points for Calvary Baptist.
GirlsHUNTINGTON 82, WINFIELD 51: Dazha Congleton scored 20 points and Jordyn Dawson added 18 as Huntington rolled to a road win. Haylea Roberson netted 25 points for Winfield (5-5).SC 72, HURRICANE 40: Aaliyah Dunham posted 16 points for visiting South Charleston, while Taliah Cashwell contributed 14. Abby Watson recorded a game-high 30 points for Hurricane (7-5).HERBERT HOOVER 48, CHAPMANVILLE 40: Caroline Thornburg made four free throws in the final two minutes to give Herbert Hoover its seventh straight win. Thornburg finished with 14 points to lead the Huskies (8-1) and Bailey Aab recorded 13 points and eight rebounds. Alysa Meeks led the Tigers (9-5) with 11 points.
WHEELING CENTRAL 49, CATHOLIC 44: Regan Blaha posted 18 points as Wheeling Central (8-5) defeated host Charleston Catholic. Vida Imani amassed 16 points for the Irish (9-3) while Anna Whelan chipped in 12.CAPITAL 52, RIVERSIDE 31: Capital jumped out to a 13-4 first-quarter lead as the Cougars cruised at Riverside. India Hairston led Capital (4-8) with 16 points and Alex Gray and Dashia Foster both scored 15. Kara Knapp led the Warriors (1-7) with 10 points.FAYETTEVILLE 55, SHERMAN 50: Madie Pritt led all scorers with 20 points as Fayetteville edged visiting Sherman. Kendall Malay recorded 16 points and Alvina Sedlock scored 13 for the Pirates (7-4). Bailey Harless led the Tide (3-5) with 13 points and 10 rebounds.CROSS LANES 76, OHIO VALLEY 25: Courtney Kendrick tallied 17 points and 12 rebounds as host Cross Lanes Christian routed Ohio Valley Christian. Laura Jones added 10 points and 13 rebounds for Cross Lanes (10-2) and Abby Jeffrey (13), Juliana Lowery (11) and Katheryn Legg (10) all scored double figures. Emily Carman led Ohio Valley (6-10) with 12 points.