"I'm hoping we will be 12-deep by sectional time," said Cabell, whose team scores 63.1 points and allows 51.6 points per game. "It is coming slowly but surely."
Dolan leads the team in scoring at 17.5 points per game, followed by May (12.4), Webb (10.0), Sigmon (7.9) and Cody Brown (7.4).
"There isn't a kid who goes into the game for us who can't score," Cabell said. "The biggest thing is our unselfishness. We just try to find the open guy. It starts with our point guard, Cody Brown. He could score 15 points per game if he wanted to, but he is happy dishing the ball."
Cabell, who is in his second season as the head coach at his alma mater, led Scott to a 7-16 finish in his first year.
"After taking so many butt-kickings last year, they were determined and focused not to do it again this year," said Cabell, whose team also has victories versus Lincoln County (62-52), Tolsia (57-46), Sherman (73-44), Mingo Central (62-61), Wayne (80-52), Sissonville (50-49) and Kentucky's Pike County Central (60-58) this season.
"They didn't like that feeling, and they don't want to experience it again. They aren't going to settle for a loss without going down with a major fight."
The Skyhawks will face their toughest test next week. Scott will play three consecutive Cardinal Conference road games - at Tolsia (3-4) on Tuesday, at Poca (7-1) on Friday and at Herbert Hoover (5-2) on Jan. 15 - before welcoming Class AA perennial power Wyoming East (6-1) to Madison on Jan. 16.
"Tolsia is never an easy place to play," Cabell said. "They are a senior-dominated team, and they are only going to get better once that senior leadership starts to kick in. I'm really worried about that game. Poca is playing some of their best basketball. Herbert Hoover won't be easy, either.
"Wyoming East is going to be rough. They just beat Westside by 10 (on Friday). It's going to tell us where we stand in the state. I don't think we are in the top tier of teams. I think we are in that second tier of teams. I would love for them to prove me wrong, but we are going to find out one way or the other because we have Wyoming East next week and Bluefield the following week."