CHAPMANVILLE — The Chapmanville Regional High School girls’ basketball team picked up their first win of the season as the Lady Tigers knocked off Poca 69-64 on Tuesday night in Chapmanville’s Cardinal Conference opener at Danny Godby Gymnasium.
Chapmanville, 1-1 overall and 1-0 in the conference, was led by freshman Madison Webb’s 17 points and eight rebounds.
Senior point guard NeNe Osborne tossed in 15 points and handed out six assists. Lexi Martin had 10 points, while Abby Marcum had nine and Shian Meeks eight. Katie Workman tallied four and Richelle Thompson and Lexi Hines had three each.
Meeks added seven steals and six assists. Osborne had six assists and Marcum six boards.
Poca (2-1) was led by freshman Madison Ord’s game-high 22 points. She sank six 3-pointers on the night. Casey Skeens had 18 points.
CRHS is scheduled to play in the Summers County tournament on Friday and Saturday.
The Lady Tigers host defending Class AA state champion Sissonville next Wednesday in another league game.
RIPLEY — Ripley handed the Logan High School girls’ basketball team their first loss of the season with Tuesday night’s 51-36 victory over the Lady Cats at Ripley.
Monica Mitchell led Logan (2-1) with a 12-point effort. She was the only Lady Cat in double figures.
Beth Adkins had five, while Jamyya Knox, Ashton Spry and Mingo County transfer Kaileah Williams had four each. Ally Sipple had three and Jazmyne Early two points.
Ripley (2-0) led 16-8 after one quarter but fell behind 20-18 at the half as Logan outscored the Lady Vikings 12-2 in the stanza. Ripley regained the lead 30-28 after three and outscored LHS 21-8 in the fourth.
Logan plays George Washington on Friday at 6 p.m. in the Tolsia Shootout at Tolsia High School in Glenhayes. LHS returns to Tolsia to play on Saturday in either the championship or consolation game.
The Lady Cats host Huntington on Dec. 17.
(Paul Adkins is the Sports Editor of the Logan Banner. He can be reached at 304-752-6950 ext. 1730, by email at [email protected] or on Twitter @PAdkinsBanner).