Paw Paw wins; Keyser falls to Trinity in OT; Petersburg, Moorefield lose

Feb. 23—PAW PAW, W.Va. — Donovan Tanouye and Ayden Crabtree scored 16 points each to lead Paw Paw to a 67-31 rout of Legacy on Thursday night.

The Pirates (14-8) jumped out to a 19-9 lead and extended it to 38-14 at the half and 52-25 after three.

Tanouye added six rebounds and five assists to his scoring total, and Crabtree tallied four 3-pointers, six rebounds and six assists. Taylor Carder chipped in nien points, and Greyson Corbett scored seven points with six boards.

Aiden Garber paced Legacy with 10 points.

Paw Paw is at East Hardy (17-2) in the section playoffs on Monday.

Trinity 65 Keyser 62

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Keyser entered the fourth quarter with a 44-40 lead, but Trinity leveled the score to force overtime and outscored the Golden Tornado in the extra period to win on Thursday.

The Golden Tornado (6-16) added another close defeat to their 2023-24 resume, having lost by 10 or fewer points 10 times.

Tied at 55 after regulation, Trinity outscored Keyser, 10-7, in OT. Chayce Adams led Trinity with a game-high 23 points.

Jace Courrier hit five 3-pointers as part of his Keyser-best 18 points, and Chase Davis joined him in double figures with 14 points.

Keyser dominated the junior varsity game 45-18 behind a game-high 14 points from Braylin McGreevy.

Keyser hosts Berkeley Springs on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in a section semifinal game.

Berk. Springs 66 Petersburg 49

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Without the services of leading scorer Kaleb Kuhn, Petersburg was routed by Berkeley Springs on Thursday night.

Kuhh, a 17-point-per-game scorer, has been battling the flu but will be back in time for the section playoffs next week.

Berkeley Springs led after each quarter, 14-12, 38-24 and 50-34.

The Vikings (15-6) had three players in double figures: Peyton Tingler (14), Caden Ours (13) and Trace Rohrbaugh (10).

Landen Schetrompf scored a game-high 23 points for Berkeley Springs.

The Vikings host Moorefield (6-15) on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in a section semifinal game.

Pendleton Co. 58 Moorefield 43FRANKLIN, W.Va. — Cashton Kisamore scored 12 of his game-high 19 points in the second half, leading Pendleton County to a win over Moorefield on Thursday.

Kisamore scored eight points in the third quarter for the Wildcats (11-9).

Chase Owens finished with 18, scoring 12 in the second quarter.

Dusty Smith added 10 points while Josiah Kimble recorded nine.

Ronny Griest led the Yellow Jackets (6-15) with 15 points.

Pendleton County led 10-8 after one quarter, 28-20 at halftime and 49-36 heading into the fourth.

The Wildcats will be the top seed in Class A, Section 2, Region I and will host the winner of No. 4 seed Pocahontas County and No. 5 Harman on Wednesday.