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Prep basketball roundup: Watson has double-double in Hurricane win

By From staff reports

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Abby Watson scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Hurricane (1-1) to a 48-30 road win over Beckley in girls high school basketball on Tuesday.

Tanesha Sturdivant added eight points and 17 rebounds for the Redskins.

For Beckley (1-2), Kavita Frances and Summer Butler led the way with eight points apiece.

Nitro 62, Ripley 40 - The Wildcats (3-1) built a 39-16 halftime lead and cruised to the road win.

Savannah Shamblin led Nitro with 19 points, followed by Melissa Belcher with 11 and Kelli Douglas with 10.

For Ripley (0-3), Chelsey Hager netted a team-high 12 points.

Spring Valley 75, Riverside 35 - The Timberwolves (1-2) scored 30 points in a decisive second quarter in Quincy, rolling to a rout of the host Warriors (2-3).

Sarah Kelly had 16 points for Spring Valley, who also got double-digit contributions from Madison Morris (15 points) and Kassie Lemon (10).

Sheree Clayborn led Riverside with 13 points and nine rebounds.

In boys action:

Winfield 81, Lincoln County 27 - Chris Turner scored 16 points and pulled down 15 rebounds to lead the Generals (2-0) at home.

Bear Bellamy led Winfield with 23 points.

Andrew Davis led Lincoln County with 12 points.

Chapmanville 42, Herbert Hoover 24 - The Tigers (1-0) got 14 points from Denver Adkins and Mackenzie Martin to cruise past visiting Hoover.

The Huskies (0-1) were led by Cody Morris' 10 points in the mutual season opener.

Roane County 65, Calhoun County 34 - The Raiders Jacob Neal scored 21 points and Tyler Harper chipped in 12 as the team got its third win in as many games this season.

The winless Red Devils (0-3) were led by Ryan Harper's 11 points.

Valley 67, Fayetteville 26 - Valley (1-0) got 15 points from Arik McGinnis and 11 from former George Washington two-sport athlete Raeshawn Breckenridge in a rout of the Pirates (0-2).

Fayetteville was led by Zach Stemple's eight points.


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