CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Winfield Coach Pat McGinnis has been looking for the right mix to his lineup all season.
If Wednesday night's game against Logan at the Shootout at the Big House at the Charleston Civic Center was any indication, he may have just found it.
Three different scorers were in double figures and the Generals got plenty of contributions across the board as the Winfield boys basketball team earned a convincing 61-42 victory over Logan.
The victory is the fifth in the last six games for the Generals (12-8), while the Wildcats (6-12) lost their fourth in a row.
It was a rough day for Logan and Coach Mark Hatcher after Willie Akers, who coached the Wildcats from 1962-83, fell at the Civic Center and is currently in the hospital.
"My thoughts and prayers are out for Coach Akers," McGinnis said. "I know that had to be on their mind. I feel for Mark. He is worn out after running back and forth to the hospital. His mind couldn't have been on basketball."
Despite the rough situation for Hatcher and Logan, everything seemed to go Winfield's way.
John Bellomy led the way with 18 points, including 15 in the first half. Zac Fisher added 15 points and seven rebounds, Chris Turners contributed 12 points and eight boards, Kenneth Pence had eight rebounds and Toby Shaw also grabbed seven boards.