Justin Phillips fired in 23 points as George Washington cruised to 96-51 boys basketball win Tuesday against visiting Hurricane.
Mason Pinkett added 16 points and Bunky Brown 14 points and eight rebounds for the Patriots (17-3), who stop a two-game skid.
Nick Muto led the Redskins (10-11) with 17 points and Austin Dearing donated 14.
Cabell Midland 69, Winfield 67: Ty Sturm made a basket with 17 seconds remaining to help Midland outlast the visiting Generals in overtime. Winfield had chance to win it, but missed a 3 at the buzzer.
Isaiah Collins knocked down six 3s for 19 points, and Perry Gibson scored 18 to lead the Knights (7-14). Braeden McGrew tossed in 21 points, while Brian Fisher fired in 14 and Andrew 11 to lead Winfield (15-7).
Nitro 53, St. Albans 49: Joel Sweat scored 16 points as Nitro escaped with a road win.
Andrew Mahairas netted 14 points and Qwailei Turner turned in 13 for the Wildcats. Jaimelle Claytor collected 13 points to lead the Red Dragons (7-13), while Reggie Jackson and Rodney Toler tacked on 10 points each.
Sissonville 56, Roane County 45: Nate Samples scored 19 points as Sissonville won on the road.
Will Hackney scored 15 points for the Indians (11-10). Devin Heeter led the Raiders (11-10) with 19 points.
Chapmanville 71, Herbert Hoover 43: Drew Williamson scored a team-high 12 points to help lead Chapmanville (21-1) to the road win over Hoover.
Dylan Smith and Devin Collins each scored 11 points and Obinna Anochili-Killen each turned in 10 for the Tigers. Austin Stafford scored 12 points for the Huskies (3-18).
Braxton County 82, Charleston Catholic 71: Cole Browning scored a game-high 37 points to help lead Braxton County (18-4) to the road win.
Tayton Stout added 20 points,and Jacob Oates chipped in 12 for the Eagles. Robby Williams scored 36 points for the Irish (12-8) and Marshall Pile added 18.
Parkersburg South 81, Woodrow Wilson 77: Seth Fallon scored a career-high 24 points and doled out eight assists as South escaped with a triple-overtime win.
Cole Plants posted 21 points and 13 rebounds, and Shane Snider added 10 points and 11 boards for the Patriots (19-3), who made 15 of 30 3-pointers.
Ty Walton scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Flying Eagles (15-6), while Mikey Penn notched 23, Eddie Christian 13 and Danny Bickey 10.
Wayne 52, Poca 48: Corey Marcum collected 14 points as Wayne won at home.
Zach Perry scored 12 points and Kameron Atkins added 10 for the Pioneers (10-12). Evan McKneely led the Dots (5-17) with 21 points, and Ethan Payne added 12.
Calvary Baptist 63, Buffalo 46: Scotty Parsons scored 19 points as Calvary Baptist won on the road.
Issac Massey scored 15 points for Calvary (21-6). James Hinkle led the Bison (6-13) with 14 points.
Mount View 55, River View 40: Latrell Hairston scored a game-high 18 points as Mount View won on the road.
De’Moni’ Edwards scored 11 points for the Golden Knights (13-7). Ronnie Morgan led the Raiders (6-13) with 14 points.
Valley 74, Midland Trail 45: Nick Gipson gunned in 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as host Valley improved to 18-2.
Nate Kincaid scored 17 points for the Class A No. 5 Greyhounds. Noah Minor tossed in 24 points to power the Patriots (8-13).
Ravenswood 98, Magnolia 53: Isaiah Morgan recorded 27 points and 11 rebounds as Ravenswood routed visiting Magnolia.
Jayden Rhodes racked up 22 points, while Blake Bennett (13 points), Trey Mandrake (10) and Stephen Dawson (10) also contributed. Leo Herrick had 21 points to lead Magnolia, and Garret Babe scored 17.
Webster County 83, Richwood 29: Cody Lowther dropped in 25 points and Tyler Gray 19 to pace the host Highlanders to victory.
Also for Webster (14-6), Cole Taylor and Drew Holcomb each grabbed 10 rebounds. For the Lumberjacks, Jacob Holliday scored seven points.
Van 64, Independence 50: Taylor Jarrell had 19 points and five assists and Daniel Gibson added 14 points and 12 rebounds for the victorious host Bulldogs (13-6). For the Patriots, Kyle Saunders scored 21 points.
Roane County 54, Lewis County 46: Lucille Westfall poured in 29 points to help the No. 3-seeded Raiders (15-9) upset second-seeded Lewis County in Class AA Region 2 Section 2.
Bella Posey posted 11 points to lead the Minutemen (14-9), and Anna Tucker tacked on 10. Roane plays at Nicholas County Friday at 7 p.m.
Lincoln County 69, Chapmanville 64: Graci Brumfield exploded for 24 points as No. 4 seed Lincoln County knocked off No. 8-ranked and top-seeded Chapmanville in the Class AA Region 4 Section 2 tournament at Logan.
Carly McComas netted 19 points and Natalie Fout fired in 13 for the Panthers (14-9).
Kaylee Blair led the Tigers (13-8) with 22 points, while Kara Browning added 16 and Madison Webb and Olivia Dalton donated 10 apiece.