The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

February 26, 2013

Boys: Meadow Bridge 56, Richwood 52

RICHWOOD — Junior Logan Pomeroy poured in a game-high 22 points to lead the Meadow Bridge Wildcats past Richwood in a second Class A Region 3, Section 2 game.

Kaleb Farr added 14 points, while Cole Porter and Marvin Bragg had seven points apiece.

John Bard led the Lumberjacks with 18 and Zach Bennett had 12 points.

The Wildcats (11-10) advance to play Class A No. 10 Valley in the semifinals Wednesday in Smithers.

Meadow Bridge 56, Richwood 52

Meadow Bridge (11-10)

Cody White 1 5-8 7, Cole Porter 1 1-2 3, Logan Pomeroy 6 6-7 22, Marvin Bragg 2 3-4 7, Zach Wingerd 1 0-1 3, Kaleb Farr 6 2-10 14. Totals: 7 17-32 56.

Richwood (9-13)

Levi Mowery 2 0-0 6, Zach Bennett 5 0-0 12, John Bard 6 2-2 18, Braden Johnson 1 0-0 2, Brian Bennett 2 1-4 5, Ben Weber 3 1-2 7, Larry Gwinn 1 0-0 2. Totals: 20 4-8 52.

MB    18    15    10    13    —    52

R    13    11    16    12    —    56

3-point goals — MB: 5 (Pomeroy 4, Wingerd); R: 8 (Mowery 2, Bennett 2, Bard 4). Fouled out — none.

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