The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

January 5, 2013

Boys: Valley 71, Midland Trail 48

HICO — Valley stayed undefeated Friday night with a victory on the road against a winless Midland Trail squad.

The Greyhounds (3-0) were led by 16 points from Raeshawn Breckenridge and 14 points from Zac Warden. Druw Bowen scored 13 as the other player in double figures.

The Patriots (0-4) found 14 points from Ricky Carter and 13 from Jake Grimmett.

Midland Trail will be at Richwood Tuesday.

Valley (3-0)

Drew Jones 1 1-3 3, Henry Barron 4 1-9 10, Keyshawn Payne 1 0-0 2, Raeshawn Breckenridge 5 3-10 16, Cody Winter 1 0-2 2, Zac Warden 5 4-8 14, Dante Wilkerson 1 0-2 2, Arik McGinnis 4 0-2 9, Druw Bowen 4 5-8 13. Totals: 26 14-44 71

Midland Trail (0-4)

Jake Grimmett 4 5-10 13, Collin Carte 1 1-2 3, Tyler Skaggs 1 1-2 4, Rickie Carter 5 4-9 14, Austin Burdette 1 0-0 2, Nate Vaught 2 1-2 5, Ryan Wilson 1 1-6 3, Glen Neal 0 2-2 2, Tristan Minor 1 0-0 2. Totals: 16 15-33 48.

V    14    22    14    21    —    71

MT    9    14    17    8    —    48

3-point goals — V: 5 (Breckenridge 3, Barron, McGinnis); MT: 2 (Skaggs, Neal). Fouled out — none.�

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