Prep basketball roundup: George Washington girls crush South Charleston
Kalissa Lacy poured in a game-high 29 points to lead George Washington to a 76-39 girls basketball win over visiting South Charleston Tuesday. Katy Darnell chipped in 22 points and 13 rebounds and Vivian Ho added 13 points for the Patriots (8-3). Genevieve Potter paced the Black Eagles (5-8) with 13 points.
Hurricane 64, Riverside 40: Mary Rogoszewski fired in 18 points as Hurricane won on the road. Nadia Legros added 14 points and Maddy Pifer chipped in 12 for the Redskins (7-6). Jasmine Simms led the Warriors (3-10) with 14 points.
Charleston Catholic 35, Buffalo 16: Mills Mullen scored 11 points as Charleston Catholic (4-9) picked up a home win. Emily Riley led the Bison with 10 points.
Wayne 60, Poca 43: Lakyn Adkins scored 15 points to lead the Pioneers past Poca at home. Maddie Wilcox chipped in 14 points and Aerial Adkins added 11 points for Wayne (13-1). Jessica Pontier paced Poca (6-9) with 13 points.
Nicholas County 60, Clay County 48: Anna Hamilton scored 21 points to lead the Grizzllies to a road win over Clay County. Emily Parker chipped in 16 points for Nicholas County (10-3). Kate Murphy paced Clay County (8-6) with 16 points.
Parkersburg South 70, Teays Valley Christian 59: Makenna Winans recorded a double-double with 21 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Patriots to a home win over Teays Valley Christian. Allie Taylor chipped in 19 points and Devin Hefner added 14 points for the Patriots (10-3). Myra Cuffee paced Teays Valley Christian (11-7) with 21 points.
Greenbrier East 62, James Monroe 48: Haley McClure netted 22 points to lead Greenbrier East over host James Monroe. Autumn Hill had 11 points and six rebounds and Taylor Dunbar donated 10 points for the Spartans (12-1). Chylyn Fox paced the Mavericks with 15 points.
Wyoming East 77, PikeView 43: Jasmine Blankenship poured in 27 points as Wyoming East rolled to a road win. Karen Sandy added 17 points for the Warriors (10-1). Shiloh Bailey led the Panthers (4-7) with 13 points.
Monday’s girls game
South Charleston 65, Point Pleasant 32: Freshman Maliah Witten had 20 points in leading SC to the road win. Also for South Charleston (5-7), Genevieve Potter (14 points) and Lashae Watts (13 points) contributed. Allison Henderson paced Point with 13 points.
Valley 76, Sherman 57: Spencer Dean dropped 16 points and hauled in seven rebounds as Valley dispatched visiting Sherman to remain undefeated. Nick Gipson added 15 points, seven steals and six assists, and Adam Falbo (15 points) and Jimmy Harper (14) also contributed for the Greyhounds (8-0). Will Hensley had 20 points and Chris Abbott netted 19 for the Tide (3-5).
Nicholas County 71, Herbert Hoover 62: Nicholas County stormed out to a 25-9 lead after the first quarter to take down host Herbert Hoover. Luke LeRose led the Grizzlies with 18 points while Jake Hamilton (17 points), Nick Nutter (15) and Tanner Huffman (14) also contributed. Austin Stafford scored 17 points, Gavin Robertson recorded 16 and Grant Bonner 13 to lead the Huskies, who knocked down 13 3s in the loss.
St. Joseph 65, Buffalo 37: Isaac Bias scored 11 points to lead the Irish (5-3) to a home win. James Hinkle paced Buffalo (3-7) with eight points.
Lincoln County 67, Wayne 58: Kadin Beckelheimer paced the Panthers with 13 points while Tanner Walls and Kolton Beckelheimer each tacked on 12. Devin Hall powered the Pioneers with 18 points.
Ravenswood 78, Wirt County 39: Isaiah Morgan exploded for 38 points and 15 rebounds as Ravenswood rolled visiting Wirt. Stephen Dawson donated 15 points and 10 boards for the Red Devils. Kyler Carper and Hunter Hickman each had 11 points to lead the Tigers.
Webster County 96, Gilmer County 66: Drew Holcomb had 25 points and 11 rebounds as Webster County (9-3) routed visiting Gilmer. Hunter Self and Justin Dean each gunned in 15 points to lead the Titans.
Van 83, PikeView 59: Taylor Jarrell pumped in 31 points to power Van past visiting PikeView. Caleb Green collected 13 points for the Bulldogs (6-3). Chase Watkins and Taylor Williams each scored 11 for the Panthers.
Monday’s boys game
Parkersburg 64, South Charleston 63: Brenton Strange scored 24 points to lead Parkersburg to a home win. Parker Miller chipped in 20 points for the Big Reds (5-6). Romeo Dunham paced South Charleston (7-3) with 24 points and Corey Allison added 19.