CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Senior Tyus Wood scored 26 points and reached the 1,000-point mark for his career in leading Riverside to a 75-65 victory over Spring Valley in boys basketball action at Quincy on Wednesday night.
Wood also scored his 1,000th career point during the game for the Warriors (11-7).
The Timberwolves' (13-7) were led by a 29-point performance in the loss from junior Jacob Kilgore.
Poca 81, Mingo Central 37 - Class AA No. 2 Poca (18-1) continued to roll with an easy 81-37 win over Mingo Central in boys high school basketball play Wednesday.
Poca, which won its 16th straight in capturing the Cardinal Conference title, was led by Noah Frampton's 19 points, while Kaden Meeks poured in 18 points while filling in for the injured Cam Cottrill.
Poca's Matt Chandler and Elijah Cuffee added 17 points and 11 points, respectively. Cuffee and Luke Frampton added eight assists each.
For Mingo Central (9-9), Alex Lee led the way with 17 points, while Dikembe Dixon added 10.
Ripley 68, Shady Spring 53 - Luke Layhew scored 25 points on 12-of-15 shooting, to lead the Vikings at home.
Kade Harrison added 13 points for Ripley, while Layhew added eight rebounds and Jamison Hunt 10 assists.
For Shady Spring, Steven Chhabra and Nathan Williams had 13 points apiece, followed by Jordan Meadows with 12.
In Wednesday's girls hoops play:
Herbert Hoover 63, Roane County 33 - The Huskies (17-3) built a 36-11 halftime lead and cruised at home.