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Shawn See, a 6-foot-10, 340-pound preferred walk-on to the WVU football team, delivered 18 points and nine rebounds to pace lead Keyser to a 75-61 boys basketball win over Sissonville Wednesday during the Little General Shootout at the Big House at West Virginia State University.

Also for Keyser, Ryan Shoemaker scored 25 points and P.J. Kennedy 14. The Golden Tornado led 43-31 at halftime and shot 57 percent from the floor for the game.

For the Indians, Brody Danberry scored 21 points, Dylan Griffith finished with 20 points and four assists and 6-9 Joseph Udoh had 11 points, 10 rebounds and four blocked shots.

Cabell Midland 64, Ripley 54: Kalen Siebert just missed a double-double with 20 points and nine rebounds in a road win for the Knights. Chandler Schmidt added 16 points for Midland. Ty Johnson had 22 points and 12 rebounds for Ripley.

Parkersburg South 84, Riverside 52: Malaki Sylvia poured in 37 points and added 10 rebounds in leading the Patriots to a road win. Alex Woolard and Jake Hogsett both scored 13 points for Parkersburg South (11-6). Javonte Elzy led Riverside (1-16) with 24 points and Braydin Ward had 10 points.

Braxton County 84, Doddridge County 56: The Eagles led by 25 at halftime in cruising to a home win. Jadyn Stewart scored 28 points for Braxton County (13-5). Holden Hages also tallied 28 points for Doddridge County (1-17).


Herbert Hoover 55, Roane County 28: The Huskies jumped out to a 34-6 halftime lead and cruised to a home victory. Allison Dunbar led Hoover (15-7) with 19 points and Taylor Ray added 10. Faith Mason led Roane (4-17) with eight points.

Charleston Catholic 42, Webster County 35: The Irish used strong defense, holding the Highlanders to just 11 first half points to earn a victory on the road. Sydney Bolles was the lone double-figure scorer for Catholic with 11 points. Sydney Baird scored a game-high 12 points for Webster County (7-12).

Parkersburg South 58, Magnolia 43: Makenna Winans led a balanced attack with 14 points in leading the Patriots to a road win. Skylar Bosley added 13 points and Erin Williams contributed 11 points for Parkersburg South (6-12). Kendra Pilant paced Magnolia with 15 points.

Wayne 63, Scott 39: The Pioneers led by 12 after the first quarter and rolled to a home win. Sarah Hooks led Wayne (17-2) with 13 points and Alana Eves added 11 points. Jenna Butcher tallied a game-high 19 points for Scott (4-17).

Chapmanville 57, Tolsia 53: The host Tigers erased a four-point halftime deficit by outscoring the Rebels by eight in the second half. Ali Williamson led Chapmanville with 17 points and Graci Brumfield added 15 points. Kylea Pollinger scored 17 points for Tolsia and Katie Marcum contributed 16 points.

Summers County 56, Nicholas County 22: The Bobcats held the Grizzlies to single figures in every quarter in a home win. Taylor Isaac and Gavin Pivont both scored 15 points for Summers County and Riley Richmond added 12 points.

Tuesday’s girls game

Pocahontas County 49, Calhoun County 38: Pocahontas’ 16-4 second quarter over Calhoun ended up being the deciding factor in the game. Laila Calhoun led Pocahontas (15-4) with 19 points, while Kira Bircher added 11. For Calhoun County (14-7), Josie Montgomery scored 13 and Madison Dennis added 10.