GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL
Woodrow Wilson 49, PikeView 37
Kavita François made three treys on her way to 17 points to lead Woodrow Wilson over Class AA PikeView Saturday afternoon.
Sarah Akers dished out 10 assists for Woodrow (6-11).
PikeView’s Hope Nester scored 14 points, while Lyndsey Hatfield and Courtney White each had nine rebounds.
Woodrow Wilson hosts Shady Spring Monday and Oak Hill Wednesday.
PikeView plays at James Monroe Tuesday and travels Wednesday to Wyoming East for a makeup game. The Panthers are at Summers County Friday. PikeView will host James Monroe on Thursday, Feb. 14.
JV: PikeView won 43-19 behind 14 points from Katelyn Shrewsbury and Katelyn Odle’s 12 points.
Hope Nester 14, Madison May 5, Lauren Hatfield 2, Lyndesy Hatfield 9, Courtney White 7.
Woodrow Wilson (6-11)
Sarah Akers 8, Kavita François 17, Rebekah Cook 3, Paige Lewis 6, Summer Butler 4, Jasha Payne 7, Bre Thompson 4.
PV 10 10 13 4 — 37
WW 15 10 9 15 — 49
3-point goals — PV: none; WW: 6 (Francois 3, Cook 1, Lewis 2).
GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL
- High School Sports
Boatwright named all-state defensive captain
With all the attention Malik Boatwright gets as an offensive force for Greenbrier West, it can be easy to forget how good he is on defense.
Cavalier effort not enough
Greenbrier West’s defense has stopped nearly everything it’s seen all season.
6 champs for Shady in BNI win
This time, there was no narrow loss for Shady Spring.
ROUNDUP: Lady Spartans now 2-0; BNI wrestling results
Sydney Nunley had 14 points, 14 rebounds and four blocks as Greenbrier East defeated visiting St. Albans.
Wrestling a benefit to football players
When you read this article, the 2013 West Virginia High School football playoffs will be in the record books.
Cavs in Wheeling looking for Class A title
Greenbrier West isn’t new to the state championship game. The Cavaliers played Spencer for the Class AA football crown in 1991.
BNI kicks off wrestling season today for 7 teams
Independence got started Wednesday, but most area teams will open the wrestling season today.
North-South volleyball games to be played at Woodrow Sunday
Some of the best senior talent in West Virginia high school volleyball will converge on Beckley for the annual North-South All-Star Games, at noon Sunday at Woodrow Wilson High School.
Indians topple Pioneers
Anthony Caldera rushed for two first-half touchdowns and Bridgeport beat Wayne 14-13 in the Class AA championship game in snowy conditions Friday night at Wheeling Island Stadium.
ROUNDUP: Fayetteville stops Trail
Freshman Kendall Malay scored 20 points and grabbed 20 rebounds to lift the Lady Pirates to their second win in as many days.
- More High School Sports Headlines
- Boatwright named all-state defensive captain