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 news was as bad as feared on Monday as word came out that South Charleston point guard Kiki Terrell is out for the year with a torn ACL, her second in two years.
Quay Sutton’s 22 points led the way as South Charleston won its fourth straight game, beating Shelby Valley, Kentucky 54-33 in boys basketball Saturday during the Hatfield-McCoy Shootout at the Williamson Field House.
WINFIELD — With blood falling to the floor, fouls piling up and tempo reaching dizzying heights, Thursday’s Class AA showdown between No. 7 Nitro and No. 2 Winfield felt very much like a heavyweight fight.
George Washington shot out to a 21-point first quarter lead at Hurricane and went on to a 84-66 boys prep basketball victory Thursday night.
It should’ve been a joyous, celebratory scene after the performance South Charleston put on in front of a home crowd on Wednesday night.
It may be a new year, but the retribution tour of Allison Dunbar and Herbert Hoover’s girls basketball team is showing no signs of slowing down.
A new team sits atop the girls basketball rankings in both Class AAA and Class AA with several other squads on the move in the latest AP poll released on Monday.
LOGAN -- Road-weary, tested and improving -- George Washington will enter the Mountain State Athletic Conference portion of its schedule ready for some stability.
ONA -- The Cabell Midland girls basketball team remained unbeaten while handing Winfield its first loss in a battle between top teams in Class AAA and Class AA Friday night.
Austin Womack recorded 26 points and 12 rebounds as host Hurricane held off Musselman 78-68 in boys basketball Thursday night.
“New Nitro” may not quite be fully back to its old ways, but there were certainly some things on Thursday that looked like the vintage girls basketball team.
MONTGOMERY — A pair of Kanawha Valley Class AAA girls basketball teams showed their early-season progression on Saturday at the FCA Hoops Classic at YMCA of Montgomery Gymnasium.
Coming off a winless season two years ago, Capital girl’s basketball coach Michael Cunningham took a long-term, grand-scheme look ahead in an effort to rebuild the program brick by brick.
There is a lot to read between the lines of Winfield’s season-opening wins over Hurricane and St. Albans, and most of it is positive.
Gracie Brumfield tossed in 22 points as Chapmanville earned a 74-57 girls prep basketball win over Tolsia Saturday in Fort Gay.
Buffalo led by 18 points after the first quarter and had good balance in earning a 61-34 home victory over Wirt County in girls prep basketball Friday night.
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