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Prep basketball roundup: Westside avenges Wyoming East; Mavs beat Cavs in OT

Jan. 30—PREP BASKETBALL

Boys

Westside 49,

Wyoming East 44

Class AA co-No. 10 Westside avenged its earlier Wyoming County rivalry loss, defeating No. 9 Wyoming East 49-44.

Bryson Blankenship led the Renegades (10-4) with 15 points and nine rebounds. Brayden French added 12 points, Austin Bishop nine and Kadien Vance seven.

Cole Lambert scored a game-high 33 and Braxton Morgan had seven for the Warriors (9-4).

James Monroe 62,

Greenbrier West 59, OT

Class A No. 2 James Monroe trailed Greenbrier West at halftime but picked up a 62-59 win in overtime to avoid the upset.

Cooper Ridgeway led the Mavericks with 16 points. Brady Baker had 13 and Ryan Cole 11.

Greenbrier West got a game-high 39 points from Brayden McClung. Tanner Hagy added 10.

Shady Spring 70,

PikeView 56

Ammar Maxwell scored 24 points and Gavin Davis had a career-high 20 as Class AAA No. 2 Shady Spring defeated PikeView 70-56.

Davis also had four steals. Jack Williams added 18 points for the Tigers (10-2).

PikeView was led by Elijah Hall with 19 points. Bryson Bailey and Jared Vestal both scored 10.

Greater Beckley Christian 63, Mount View 30

Four players scored in double figures as Class A No. 9 Greater Beckley Christian defeated Mount View 63-30.

Isaiah Kincaid led the way with 13 points for the Crusaders (9-4). Kellan Heffernan added 11, while Keegan Davidson and Aaron Hall both had 10.

Mount View got 13 from Zymir Martin.

Bluefield 76, Oak Hill 52

RJ Hairston generated his second double-double in as many outings, firing up 18 points while rounding up 11 rebounds in Class AA No. 1 Bluefield's 76-52 win over Oak Hill. (9-2).

Kamron Gore added 17 points, eight assists and five rebounds for the Beavers (9-2). Brett Samosky added 13 point, Glen Keene 11 and EJ Washington nine. Sencere Fields finished with eight rebounds and five assists.

Brett Conley led the Red Devils with 14 points. Malachi Lewis contributed 12, Cole Nelson 10 and Armonyi Hicks eight.

Midland Trail 75, Pocahontas County 42

Midland Trail led 42-10 at halftime and the Class AAA No. 8 Patriots raced by Pocahontas County 75-42.

Eli Campbell hit five 3-pointers and finished with 21 points. Payton Bailes added 12 for the Patriots (10-2).

Michael McQuain led the Warriors with 13.

Summers County 61,

Independence 47

Ayden Plumley's game-high 26 points paced Summers County in a 61-47 win over Independence.

Brandan Isaac had 17 points and five steals for the Bobcats (6-5). Ryan Oliveros finished with 10 assists and eight rebounds.

Ashton Arthur had four of the Patriots' 12 3-pointers and finished with 19 points.

Girls

Greenbrier West 56,

Meadow Bridge 36

Maddie Fields scored 17 points in leading Class A No. 7 Greenbrier West to a 56-36 win over Meadow Bridge.

Preslee Treadway followed with 12 points. Brilee Redden added 10 and Sam Holliday nine for the Cavaliers (11-5).

Meadow Bridge (9-6) was led by Kierston Rozell with 14. Charity Reichard added 10.

Independence 56, Liberty 38

Class AA No. 10 Independence outscored Liberty 22-0 in the first quarter and cruised to a 56-38 victory.

Harmony Mills finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds for the Patriots (13-2). Kamryn Wooten had 10 rebounds and eight steals, and Lacey Goodson scored 10 points.

Rhiley Honaker and Brooke Brown both scored 12 for the Raiders, who scored 30 of their 38 points after halftime.

Oak Hill 49, Riverside 31

Taysia Gray scored 13 points and Oak Hill took a 49-31 road win over Riverside.

Jordan Harris added 11 for the Red Devils.

Riverside was led by Ava Ward with 13 points.

Late Monday

Wyoming East 72,

Mingo Central 51

delbarton — Maddie Clark scored 21 points and Cadee Blackburn 20 as Class AA No. 1 Wyoming East easily dispatched of No. 6 Mingo Central 72-51.

Abi Baker added 17 for the Warriors (13-2).

Addie Smith poured in 33 points for the Miners.

MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Boys

Independence 49, Oak Hill 22

I: Broc Johnson 17, Brock Green 15, Iziah Gordon 12

OH: Keelan Remy 6, Jag Knox 5

Next: Independence (12-1) will visit Trap Hill on Thursday