CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Sophomore Jayne Lawman scored on a lay-in with less than 10 seconds to play to lead Winfield to a 51-49 win over visiting Capital in girls high school basketball action Thursday.
Haeley Moore led the Generals (5-3) with 18 points, while connecting on 12-of-15 free throw attempts.
For Capital (3-4), Dashia Foster netted a team-high 16 points, followed by Khadijah Lee and KeKe Walker with 11 points apiece.
South Charleston 54, Beckley 48 - Lina Villanueva scored the first eight points of the fourth quarter and the Black Eagles had 13 steals at South Charleston High School to send the Flying Eagles (1-6) to their sixth consecutive loss.
Villanueva was just 2-of-13 from the floor the first three periods, but helped SC (6-4) rebound from a three-point loss to Princeton. South Charleston entertains Morgantown on Saturday.
Beckley's 6-foot-2 junior Bre Thompson had 23 points, while Alexia Wade had 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Black Eagles.
Tug Valley 70, Sherman 57 - Whitney Evans-Kirk lit up the scoreboard with a game-high 23 and to lead the Panthers to a road victory.
Hannah Armstrong and Andreana Vance each had double digits in the win. Sarah Massey had a team-high 16 for Sherman.
In boys action:
Ravenswood 61, Tyler Consolidated 49 - It took the Red Devils four more games to reach two wins in basketball than it did in football.
Sophomore Jacob Barr scored 17 points to lead three double-figure scorers as Ravenswood (2-4) ended a three-game losing streak.
Dylan Romine had 14 points to lead four double-digit scorers for the Silver Knights (3-6).