Tamar Lawson posted 17 points as Riverside defeated visiting Oak Hill 59-43 in boys basketball Tuesday.Tyus Wood added 15 points for the Warriors (5-3), who led 25-10 at halftime. Jalen Jones had 15 points for Oak Hill (4-5).WYOMING EAST 70, MOUNT VIEW 35: Austin Canada tallied 15 points as Wyoming East bested Mount View at the Big Atlantic Classic in Beckley. Michael Hayworth and David Carte scored 10 points apiece for the Warriors (9-1). Rashawn Brooks had nine points for Mount View. East plays Westside in the Class AA championship at 2 p.m. Saturday.CHAPMANVILLE 47, HOOVER 34: Joe Tackett netted 14 points and Kenny Plumley added 12 as Chapmanville (10-2) recorded a home win. Matthew Justice had a team-high 11 points for Herbert Hoover (1-9).
SCOTT 74, TOLSIA 44: Scott jumped out to a 22-6 first-quarter lead and rolled to a home win. Logan Webb scored 12 points and pulled down 10 rebounds and Eric May chipped in 10 points to lead the Skyhawks (7-5). Tyler Stroud led the Rebels (1-10) with a game-high 16 points and Kaleb Sturgell netted 11.MIDLAND TRAIL 50, MEADOW BRIDGE 44: Rickie Carter scored 17 points and Collin Carte added 12 as Midland Trail (6-4) earned a home win. Kaleb Farr had 17 points for Meadow Bridge (5-5).PARK. SOUTH 74, UNIVERSITY 38: Parkersburg South forced 23 University turnovers and cruised to a home win. Cody Monroe led the Patriots (11-1) with 17 points and eight assists and Tristan Stone and J.R. Kerr both scored 11. Tevin Dixon and Grant Gutmann each scored 10 for the Hawks (4-7).
Monday's boys gameGREATER BECKLEY 84, SHERMAN 66: Elisha Kidd (21 points) and Javonne Staunton-Bailey (16) provided the 1-2 punch for Greater Beckley Christian at the Big Atlantic Classic in Beckley. For the Tide (3-4), Cody Muncy had six of his team's nine 3-pointers and scored 19 points, backed by Tyler Stewart's 14 points.
Girls basketballLOGAN 88, TOLSIA 57: Kyra Cline poured in 16 points for Logan in a home win. Shayna Gore added 14 points for the Wildcats (10-4). Jordan Presley had a game-high 22 points for Tolsia and Savannah Winnett chipped in 14.SCOTT 86, WAYNE 30: Scott took a commanding 49-15 lead into halftime and cruised to a home victory. Maddy Weeks led the Skyhawks (8-2) with 20 points and Julie Conway and Landyn McKinney each scored 16.CHAPMANVILLE 58, SHERMAN 42: Kristin DesRocher scored her 1,000th career point as Chapmanville handled host Sherman. DesRocher finished with 12 points and Shian Meeks netted 11 to lead the Tigers. Kara Davis scored 14 points and Kendra Pannell recorded 12 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Tide (3-6). SUMMERS 71, SHADY SPRING 43: Brandy Morrison posted 22 points and eight steals as Summers County cruised past visiting Shady Spring. Whittney Justice scored 12 points and Brittney Justice chipped in nine points and six assists for the Bobcats (12-0). Morgan Hylton led the Tigers (4-8) with 20 points.SPRING VALLEY 91, HURRICANE 47: Kassidy Lemmons exploded for 24 points as Spring Valley rolled to a road win. Madison Morris recorded 23 points and 13 rebounds and Sarah Kelly added 14 points and 13 points for the Timberwolves (13-3). Abby Watson poured in 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Redskins (7-7).
OAK HILL 45, MIDLAND TRAIL 44: Madison Lilly stole an inbound pass and scored a layup with six seconds left as Oak Hill slipped past visiting Midland Trail. Lilly finished with 13 points and Savannah Keffer scored 14 for the Red Devils (5-8). Madison Syner led the Patriots with 13 points and Emily Carte scored 10.ELK VALLEY 59, GRACE 37: Jamie Brown produced 18 points and Hannah Williams had 16 for Elk Valley Christian. Shelby Cicenas scored 13 points for Grace Christian.
SwimmingHURRICANE SWEEPS: Madisyn Lyons won two individual events for the Hurricane girls and Quin Shurow and Luke Earls led two events for the Redskins in the boys meet as Hurricane swept both titles during the Putnam County Championships at the Toyota Aquatic Center in Scott Depot.Lyons led the 200-yard individual medley and 500 freestyle, while Shurow won the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke and Earls took 100 freestyle and 200 IM. (See results, Page 2B).