Boys basketball roundup: Riverside remains unbeaten
Riverside trailed by eight points at the half, but rallied in the second half to remain unbeaten with a 76-70 win over Spring Valley in boys high school basketball action Tuesday.
Tyus Wood led the Warriors (3-0) with 18 points, while Nick Light added 17 points and 19 rebounds.
Marcus Reed chipped in with 15 points and 10 assists, followed by Josh Butcher with 11 points.
For Timberwolves (1-2), Jacob Kilgore blistered the nets for 31 points, while Greg Herbert added 15 points and Joshua Steele 12.
Poca 58, Nicholas County 50 - Noah Frampton scored 13 points to lead the Dots (4-1) on the road.
Jacob Payne added 11 points for Poca, which led 30-17 at the half.
For the Grizzlies (1-2), Cody McClung led all scorers with 17 points, followed by Austin Hill with 10.
Scott 80, Wayne 52 - Matt Dolan had a game-high 19 points and Cody Brown chipped in 15 as the Skyhawks rolled to a road victory over the Pioneers in a matchup between Cardinal Conference members.
Eric May added 14 points, while Anthony Sigmon had 12. Logan Webb had eight points and 10 rebounds for Scott (5-0).
For Wayne (2-1), Brett Justice had a team-high 18 points and Grant Ferguson chipped in 14 points.
Princeton 63, Winfield 57 - The Generals (3-1) were outscored by a combined 31-15 in the second and third quarters in a tough home loss.
Winfield trailed by 19 with three minutes left in the third quarter and trimmed the lead to four with a minute to play, but couldn't pull any closer.
Ryan Meadows paced Princeton (2-1) with 26 points, while Hunter Walters added 14 points and Aaron Ferguson had 10.
For Winfield, Zach Fisher led the way with 27 points, followed by Chris Turner with 13.
Buffalo 84, Fayetteville 35 - Senior Levi Jordan scored 18 points to lead the Bison (4-0) at home.
Dylan Rich added 14 points for Buffalo, which led 46-16 at the half. Bradley Harris added 11.
For Fayetteville (1-3), Aaron Krise had 12 points.
Nitro 77, Ripley 51 - Ethan Clark scored 13 of his team's 18 first-quarter points as the Wildcats (2-1) rolled past the Vikings at Nitro High School.
Angelo Sirianni took over from there, scoring 18 of his game-high 23 points in the middle two quarters for the hosts.
Casey Smith had 16 points and Chuck Sleboda 12 for Ripley, which returns to action Thursday at home against Cabell Midland.
Trevon Taylor and Hunter Ferrari had 11 and 10 points, respectively for the Wildcats, who visit Princeton on Thursday.
Wahama 61, Eastern (Ohio) 51 - Austin Jordan, Trenton Gibbs and Hunter Bradley combined for 42 points to lead the White Falcons in Mason.
Max Carnahan dropped in 29 in the loss for Eastern (Ohio).