South Charleston has the most girls crowns with four followed by Capital with three.
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THE OTHER Class AAA sectional involving area schools is Region 3, Section 1, with George Washington, Capital, South Charleston, Riverside and Ripley.
The Patriots (14-8) earned the top seed. They will open Wednesday at home against the winner of Monday's game between Riverside (6-17) and Ripley (0-19).
The Black Eagles visit the Cougars, also on Wednesday.
The other half of the region contains Greenbrier East and Princeton.
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AREA CLASS AA teams will be competing in Region 4, Section 1, and it is a good one.
Clay and Sissonville square off Wednesday in a game that will knock out one top 10 team. Herbert Hoover (12-10) took its first winning record into postseason play since 1996 and faced Poca Monday night, but the Dots handed the Huskies a 46-37 loss (see story, page 1B).
Poca plays top 10 Nicholas County on Wednesday.
Tolsia, Chapmanville and Scott are also in Section 2.
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IN CLASS A there are two area schools and they play each other in the first round.
Buffalo takes a 13-game winning streak to Charleston Catholic on Wednesday.
"I think our tougher schedule will make a difference," Catholic Coach Paul Sutherland said.
In a rebuilding year, the Irish have been decimated by injuries on the way to an 8-13 finish.
Buffalo stands at 15-4.
The Region 4, Section 2 winner will likely face top-ranked St. Joseph.
The other half of the region contains Parkersburg Catholic, Gilmer County and Williamstown, who have all been in the top 10 most of the season.
Contact sportswriter J.T. Simms at jtsi...@dailymail.com or 304-348-1735.