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The heavy snowfall that hit Kanawha County Thursday afternoon wiped out the prep basketball schedule, and county schools will be closed again Friday.

With the county’s no school-no play policy, games scheduled for Friday night will also not be played in Kanawha County.

School officials who had games postponed are asked to send rescheduled games to

Wednesday’s boys games

Herbert Hoover 91, Nicholas County 48: Eli Robertson registered 22 points and Dylan Paxton poured in 21 to lead the Huskies to a home win. Zane Hatfield tallied 12 points and Devin Hatfield added 10 points and 11 assists for Hoover (5-2). Colby Pishner led the Grizzlies with 16 points.

Hurricane 61, Riverside 53: P.J. James netted 18 points and Dillon Tingler tacked on 17 to help host Hurricane hold off Riverside. Nas’Jaih Jones added 14 points for the Redskins (3-5). Braydin Ward led the Warriors with 15 points and Sam Mitchell and Peyton Foreman each chipped in 10.

Greenbrier East 69, PikeView 55: Gabe Patton made five 3-pointers on his way to 19 points to help the host Spartans take down PikeView. Goose Gabbertt added 15 points and Bryson Brammon chipped in 10 for East. Dylan Blake paced the Panthers with 20 points, while Jared Vestal tacked on 12 and Nathan Riffe recorded 10.

Wednesday’s girls games

Nitro 51, Ripley 38: Taylor Maddox fired in 15 points as Nitro picked up a road victory. Ava Edwards added 13 points for the Wildcats. Erin Ryan and Sophie Nichols each scored 15 points to lead the Vikings (7-3).

Webster County 59, St. Marys 43: Sydney Baird dropped in 26 points as Webster County won on the road. Natalie Snyder scored 12 points and Holly Perrine donated 11 for the Highlanders (6-2). St. Marys falls to 6-3.