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High school basketball: Capital downs Spring Valley

By From staff reports

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Junior forward Carrington Morris scored 26 points and pulled down 16 rebounds to lead Capital (2-3) to a 64-61 win over visiting Spring Valley in boys high school basketball on Thursday.

Jordan Kinney added 14 points for Capital.

For Spring Valley (2-2), Jacob Kilgore led the way with 22 points, while Greg Herbert added 13 and Josh Steele 12.

Hurricane 77, Parkersburg 61 - Hurricane (4-1) spread the points around with four players in double figures for the win on the road.

John Dawson led the Redskins with 17 points, followed by Garrett DeFries with 15, and Ian Miles and Rasaan Harris with 14 points apiece.

Adrian Webster led the Big Reds (1-3) with 10 points.

Cabell Midland 55, Ripley 46 - Dustin Scarberry netted 14 points to lead the Knights (2-2) on the road.

Niles Dailey added 10 points for Midland.

For Ripley (1-3) Chuck Sleboda scored 12 points, followed by Casy Smith and Cade Harrison with 10 points apiece.

Princeton 83, Nitro 67 - Ryan Meadows scored 23 points and Kyle Caron added 22 to lead the Tigers (3-1) at home.

Hunter Walker added 19 points and Aaron Ferguson 14 for Princeton.

For Nitro (2-2), Angelo Sirianni led the way with 25 points, followed by Sam Neff with 14 and Trevon Taylor 10.

Huntington 76, Logan 50 - The Highlanders (4-0) got 27 points from Arick Nicks in cruising to an easy road win at Logan.

The Wildcats (1-2) got double-digit production from Brendyn Street (11 points) and Zach Minnick (10) but lost at home for the second time this season in as many games.

In girls action:

Herbert Hoover 59, Sherman 46 - Caroline Thornburg scored 10 points to lead the Huskies (5-1) on the road.

Sarah Massey had a game high 15 points for the Tide (3-3), while Jordan Lewis contributed 11.

Poca 42, Mingo Central 36 - Madi McGrew scored 18 points and pulled down 12 boards to lead the Dots (2-5) on the road.

McKenzie Ball added 12 points for Poca.

Ashley Curry dropped in 14 points to lead Mingo Central (2-5).

 


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