GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL

Greenbrier East 76, Winfield 46

Chaunté McDowell scored 15 points, and Anna Hammaker added 14 as the unbeaten Spartans rolled over the Generals.

Cheyenne Hooper added nine points, 12 rebounds and four blocks.

Stephanie Jordan led Winfifeld (5-10) with 18 points. Carlie Cooper had 11 rebounds.

Class AAA No. 1 Greenbrier East (15-0) hosts No. 7 Princeton (13-2) at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

James Monroe 57, Greenbrier West 37

LINDSIDE — Kelsie Mann scored 17 points to go along with six rebounds and six assists to lead the Mavericks past Greenbrier West for their fourth straight victory.

Melissa Johnston chipped in nine points and grabbed 10 rebounds for James Monroe, while Jordan Page scored 10 points and had eight assists.

Rachel Redden led West with 14 points, and Autumn Lively had 12 points.

James Monroe (7-7) hosts Mount View on Friday. Greenbrier West (8-6) hosts PikeView on Monday.

Nicholas County 56, PikeView 50

GARDNER — Junior Shealyn Shafer recorded another double-double to lead Nicholas County past PikeView Wednesday. Shafer had 22 points, grabbed 17 rebounds and had six steals in the win.

Krista McGirl scorched the nets with five 3-point baskets and 15 points for the Grizzlies.

Hope Nester led all scorers with 27 points to go along with five rebounds and five steals for the Panthers. Danielle Compton chipped in 16 points for PikeView.

PikeView (8-6) travels to Summers County tonight. Nicholas County travels to play Woodrow Wilson on Saturday.

Bluefield 39, River View 36

BLUEFIELD — Sheila Hopkins scored 15 points and Kadijah Brown added 10 points to lead the Beavers past River View.

Sheila Hopkins scored 15 points to lead River View, while Tara Bowles scored 10 points with 11 rebounds and four steals. Chelsey Dobbs had 14 rebounds for the Raiders.

River View (5-10) travels to Hurley, Va. tonight.

Late Monday

River View 28, Mount View 26

WELCH — Samantha Matney scored 14 points to lead River View past Mount View Monday.

Chelsey Dobbs scored eight points, grabbed 14 rebounds and had five steals.

Palsey Belfore led the Golden Knioghts with 14 points.

River View (5-9) travels to Bluefield tonight.

BOYS PREP BASKETBALL

Oak Hill 55, Liberty 32

OAK HILL — Sophmores Rondale Watson and Jalen Jones led the way for the Red Devils for the second night in a row to cruise past Liberty Wednesday. Watson scored 14 points and Jones added 13 in the win.

Freshman Levi Cook led Liberty with 13 points.

Oak Hill (8-3) hosts sectional rival Westside in a Friday night showdown. Liberty travels to Nicholas County on Friday.

Late Tuesday

Greenbrier West 50, Summers County 45

HINTON — Chase Bryant scored 14 points and Colby Ennis added 11 points to lead Greenbrier West past Summers County Tuesday.

Josh Callison added nine points for West.

T.J. Smith led the Bobcats with 15 points and Isaiah Brown added 10 points.

Summers County (4-8) hosts Shady Spring on Friday. Greenbrier west (8-5) travels to Independence on Friday.

Huntington St. Joe 77, Valley 61

SMITHERS — Josh Pierson poured in 33 points to lead Huntington St. Joe past Valley Wednesday.

Michael Mays also had a big night with 23 points for St. Joe.

Eric McGinnis led a balanced Valley attack with 11 points while Robbie Belmont and Corey Tolley added 10 points apiece.

Valley (4-8) travels to Midland Trail on Friday.

GIRLS MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Glen Fork 49, Herndon 21

GLEN FORK — Taleah Bailey scored 17 points as Glen Fork remained undefeated.

Brianna Bailey added 12 points and seven rebounds to the win.

Hannah Ford led Herndon with 14 points, followed by Connie Reed with four.

Glen Fork (15-0) will host Pineville at 5 p.m. Monday.

Park 50, Shady Spring 14

Ashley Lane scored a game-high 14 points and Brooke Pudder added 12 points to lead the Roadrunners past the Tigers Wednesday.

Heather Ratcliff led Shady with seven points in the contest.

Shady (8-4) hosts Independence and Park (11-1) hosts Bluefield tonight.

Summers 8th Grade 57, Mountain View 40

The Bobcats had a big night by the Justice twins to roll past Mountain View Wednesday.

Brittney had 16 points and 11 rebounds while Whittney scored 15 points and had nine steals.

Brennah Davis added 11 points and eight assists for the Bobcats.

Molly Huffman led Mountain View with 12 points.

Summers County (13-1) hosts Valley at 6 p.m. on Saturday. The game is being played at Summers County High School.

BOYS MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Peterstown 26, Western Greenbrier 18

Caleb Spencer scored 14 points to lead Peterstown to the win.

Justin Estep had six points for Western Greenbrier (4-10), which plays Peterstown again Feb. 5.

Summer County 58, Mountain View 35

Matt Ryan had another big night with 20 points to lead Summers County past Mountain View Wednesday.

Caleb Harrah chipped in 12 points in the Bobcat win.

Mountain View was led by Caleb Ward with 14 points.

Summers County (5-7) hosts Valley Saturday at 4:30p.m. The game will be played at Summers County High School.

Beckley Stratton 50, PikeView 37

Beckley Stratton used a balanced scoring attack to defeat PikeView Wednesday.

Tarek Payne and Ray Thompson scored nine points apiece while Courtney Walton and Micah Wallace added eight points apiece for the Bulldogs.

PikeView was led by Levi Nosh with 17 points.

Beckley Stratton (10-1) travels to Princeton tonight.

Late Tuesday

Meadow Bridge 32, Western Greenbrier 25

Dylan Walker led Meadow Bridge with 21 points.

Justin Estep had 11 for Western Greenbrier.

Trap Hill 68, Seth 29

Devin Acord scored 19 points and had nine assists to lead the Wildcats. Drew Stover added 16 points and nine rebounds, while Tanner Cantley had seven points

Trap Hill (3-5) plays Park at 1:15 p.m. Monday in the Big Atlantic Classic.

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