The Chapmanville Regional High School girls’ basketball team improved to 4-2 on the season with Saturday’s 45-37 win over Bridgeport in the Big 10/Cardinal Conference Challenge at East Fairmont High School.
Chapmanville led 10-3 after one quarter and went into the halftime tied at 16 before outscoring the Indians 17-8 in the third to grab a 33-24 lead.
Kara Browning tossed in 15 points to lead Chapmanville Regional. Abby Marcum had 11, while Madison Webb had eight, Olivia Dalton seven and Kaylee Blair four.
Bridgeport got 13 points from Quinn Stalnaker. Emily Riggs had eight, Gianna Renzelli six, Kaitlin Smith three and Tori McDaniels two.
The Lady Tigers host Herbert Hoover on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Chapmanville’s Danny Godby Gymnasium. CRHS then hosts the Poca Dots on Dec. 29 over Christmas break.
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The Logan High School girls’ basketball team dropped to 2-3 on the season with Saturday’s 54-28 loss to Philip Barbour in the Big Ten/Cardinal Conference Challenge at East Fairmont High School.
Jazmyne Early led Logan with seven points. C.C. Knox had five, Britney Welch four and Beth Adkins and Alexis Perry had three each. Kaileah Williams, Zoe Browning and Kennedy Hamlet had two each.
Sarah Jones tossed in 14 points for Philip Barbour.
The Lady Cats play at Wayne on Tuesday night and then are off for Christmas break. Logan’s next action is Jan. 7 at Princeton.
The Cardinal Conference went 3-5 in the Big 10/Cardinal Conference Challenge in girls’ games.
Winfield beat East Fairmont 69-32 and improved to 5-0. Freshman Z.Z. Russell nailed five 3s and finished with 25 points for Winfield.
Nitro won 56-45 over Lewis County behind an 18-point effort by Nadia Legros. Nitro is 4-2 on the season.
Robert C. Byrd doubled up on Cardinal Conference team Hebert Hoover, winning 60-30.
North Marion destroyed Sissonville 86-37. The Indians committed 41 turnovers in the game.
Lincoln beat the Poca Dots 53-38. Madi Ord had 12 points and Aubrey Chandler 11 for the Dots.
Fairmont Senior won 58-38 over Wayne. Aeriel Adkins netted 16 for Wayne.
The Mingo Central and Scott girls did not play in the Challenge.
(Paul Adkins is the Sports Editor of the Logan Banner. He can be reached by email at [email protected] or on Twitter @PAdkinsBanner).