Capital coach Matt Greene has been hoping all season to see improvement from his largely inexperienced team. He got all of that Thursday evening.
CJ Meredith buried six 3-pointers on his way to a career-best 36 points Thursday evening as Spring Valley took down homestanding George Washington 84-77 in boys basketball.
Lauren Harmison scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and had plenty of help as George Washington earned a 73-44 home victory over Riverside in girls prep basketball Wednesday.
POCA — It’s a good thing for Poca that Isaac McKneely erupted for 39 points Tuesday night, because the Dots needed every last one of them.
Richard Law drained six 3-pointers on his way to 30 points as host Woodrow Wilson downed St. Albans 73-61 Tuesday night in boys basketball.
Clay-Battelle was awarded the top seed in Division 1 for the boys West Virginia Hometown Invitational Tournament that begins Friday around the state.
Cabell Midland and Shady Spring rose to the top of the Class AAA and Class AA rankings respectively as the latest AP boys basketball poll was released on Monday.
For the better part of four years, Chapmanville Regional has worn its traveling shoes. And it’s certainly taken the Tigers a long, long way.
ONA — Cabell Midland remained undefeated and established sectional supremacy with 78-56 win over visiting Hurricane on Friday in a Mountain State Athletic Conference boys basketball game.
POCA — For four years, everyone in the Cardinal Conference has known that Chapmanville’s Obinna Anochili-Killen can beat you with his defense.
Winfield’s Hunter Morris tallied 26 points and was 8 for 8 from the foul line in the fourth quarter to help the Generals earn a 68-58 road victory at Nitro in boys basketball Friday.
Scott did a lot of things well in Thursday’s game at Charleston Catholic. Taking care of the ball wasn’t one of them.
KK Potter and Jayda Potter each tossed in 13 points Thursday as Cabell Midland picked up a 59-39 girls basketball win over host Hurricane to remain undefeated.
ONA — It’s tough enough for Cabell Midland opponents having to defend All-State-caliber players like guard Chandler Schmidt and forward K.K Siebert. Then you throw someone like Palmer Riggio into the mix.
Rodney Toler scored 24 points and Jaimelle Claytor 21 Wednesday evening to lead visiting St. Albans to an 80-66 boys basketball win at Hurricane.
Logan defeated two-time defending West Virginia Class AA champion Chapmanville 72-61 Tuesday night at Willie Akers Arena in Logan, snapping Chapmanville’s 54-game winning streak against West Virginia teams.
The Charleston Catholic boys basketball team went from fifth to No. 2 in the latest Associated Press Class A state poll, released Monday. The Irish even picked up a first-place vote. Undefeated Williamstown earned the other nine first-place votes and moved up one spot to No. 1 this week. For…
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