CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Class AA No. 3 Bluefield trailed midway through the fourth quarter, but rallied down the stretch to notch a tough, 76-64 win at No. 8 Scott in boys high school basketball action Monday.
Down 60-59 with four minutes remaining, the Beavers (13-2) finished the game on a 17-4 run to pull away.
Seniors Anthony Eads and D.J. Edwards led Bluefield with 22 point and 17 points, respectively, while Lykel Collier added 11.
Poca 54, Clay County 36 - The Class AA No. 2 Dots (17-1) notched their 15th straight with the easy road win.
Noah Frampton led the balanced Poca attack with 13 points, followed by Elijah Cuffee and Matt Chandler with 12, and Luke Frampton with 11.
For Clay (6-10), Eric McGlothlin and Noah Taylor netted seven points apiece.
In Monday's girls action:
St. Albans 63, Lincoln County 22 - The Red Dragons (15-5) led 16-0 after one quarter and cruised to the home win.
Junior Breanna Propst led St. Albans with 23 points and nine rebounds, followed by Torri Wilson with 10 points.
For Lincoln County (5-13), Jessi Linville scored a team-high six points.
Cabell Midland 69, George Washington 61 - Senior Stephanie Bias and sophomore Haley Haggerty each scored 18 points to lead Class AAA No. 10 Cabell Midland (14-4) on the road.
Senior Sierra Jordan also chipped in with 12 points in the win for the Knights.
The Patriots (11-7) were led by a 20-point performance from junior Alanna Mobayed.