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Charleston Catholic used a big advantage in the second half Thursday evening to pull away for an impressive 58-42 boys basketball win at Notre Dame in a battle of state-ranked teams.

Catholic, ranked No. 3 in Class AA, outscored Notre Dame 37-24 in the second half after leading by just three points at halftime.

Aiden Satterfield led the way with 18 points for Charleston Catholic (8-2), followed closely by Jayallen Turner with 17 points. Jaidyn West scored 13 points and Wade Britton added 10 for Notre Dame, ranked No. 9 in Class AAA.

South Charleston 68, Capital 66: Cayden Faucett scored 10 of his 19 points in the final quarter as the host Black Eagles came all the way back for a victory in the MSAC fifth-place game. SC (10-4) trailed after one quarter 26-13.

Also for the Eagles, DJ Johnson had 21 points and Wayne Harris 17. For the Cougars (6-5), Elijah Poore scored 19 points, Kcion Welch 11 and Anthony Hersh 10.

Hurricane 50, Spring Valley 44: The Redskins trailed by three points entering the fourth quarter but outscored the Timberwolves by nine to win at home in the MSAC seventh-place game.

Elijah Crompton led Hurricane with 15 points and Dillon Tingler added 13 points. Corbin Page scored a game-high 22 points for Spring Valley and Jace Caldwell chipped in 13 points.

Nitro 65, Ripley 59: Austin Lowe (22 points) and Kolton Painter (19 points) combined for 41 points in the road win for the Wildcats.

Joseph Udoh added 12 points for Nitro (10-3) and Bryce Myers handed out six assists. Brady Anderson led Ripley (6-8) with 14 points and Cade Goode and Isaiah Casto had 11 points each.

Webster County 71, Greater Beckley Christian 59: Rye Gadd poured in 25 points and four Highlanders players scored in double figures in the home win.

Other top scorers for Webster (8-4) included Carter Williams (18 points), Kaden Cutlip (15) and Devin Coley (10). B.J. Mitchell fired in 22 points for Greater Beckley (4-5).

Lincoln County 56, Point Pleasant 55: John Blankenship scored 20 points and the the Panthers escaped with the hard-fought home win.

Scooter Phillips added 12 points for Lincoln County (8-6). Hunter Bush led Point Pleasant with 17 points and Kyelar Marrow contributed 11 points.

GirlsRoane County 43, Poca 31: Faith Mason (15) and Grace Drake (14) hit for double figures in points and the host Raiders (7-6) took control with a 23-10 halftime lead and cruised home for the win.

The Dots were led by 16 points from Devin Ord.

Parkersburg South 57, John Marshall 50: The Patriots trailed going into the fourth quarter but used a 16-2 run to earn the come-from-behind road win.

Rylee Harner filled up the boxscore for Parkersburg South (7-6) with 16 points, seven steals, six rebounds and four assists. Skylar Bosley added 15 points for the Patriots.

Scott 67, Van 25: Shea Miller tallied 20 points in the home win for the Skyhawks (3-12). The Bulldogs fell to 1-6.