Boys basketball: Harris scores 20 to lead South Charleston to road win
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- After a tight first quarter of play, South Charleston (12-1) pulled away in the second and third quarters en route to a surprisingly easy 66-46 road win over Huntington (9-3) in boys high school basketball action Tuesday.
Devyn Harris led the Black Eagles with 20 points, while Neal Brown added 10.
For Huntington, Shaquan Miller led the way with a team-high 10 points.
Herbert Hoover 43, Chapmanville 42 - Sam Schoolcraft's bucket with 30 seconds to play provided the difference for the Huskies at home.
Cody Morris led Hoover (8-4) with 12 points.
For the Tigers (8-5), Mackenzie Martin netted 18 points and Kenny Plumley had 13.
Poca 49, Clay County 31 - Noah Frampton's 13 points helped lead the Dots (12-1) to their 10th straight win.
Adam Sigman added 12 points for Poca, while Jacob Payne chipped in with 10.
For Clay County (7-6), Chris Cole scored nine points.
Beckley 67, Capital 43 - The Flying Eagles (7-4) jumped to an early first quarter lead and never looked back in winning its third straight.
Donte Nabors led Beckley with 18 points, while Brent Osborne contributed 13.
For Capital (6-9), senior Carrington Morris scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.
Hurricane 84, Spring Valley 77 - Trey Dawson scored 24 points and Rasaan Harris added 23, to lead the Redskins (10-4) at home.
Harris also pulled down eight rebounds and dished 11 assists.
Henry Sorsaia added 12 points for Hurricane, while Ace Estep contributed 10.
For Spring Valley (3-9), Josh Steele netted 22 points, followed by Greg Herbert with 21 and Jacob Kilgore with 20.
Scott 56, Lincoln County 53 - Matt Dolan scored 17 points and Logan Webb added 12 as the Skyhawks (9-4) won at home.
For Lincoln County (6-9), T.J. Arbaugh led all scorers with 31 points, while Andrew Davis added 11.
In girls basketball action:
Buffalo 65, Midland Trail 48 - Chelsea Parkins scored 21 points and grabbed 17 rebounds as the Bison (9-4) won at home.
Paige Roush added 16 points and seven assists for Buffalo.
For Midland Trail, Kennedy Cochran scored a team-high 14 points.
Elk Valley Christian 44, Teays Valley Christian 27 - Chelsea Burdette scored 21 points to lead the Eagles (8-7) at home.
For Teays Valley (6-7), Olivia Hill led the way with 10 points.