A split was earned by the Chapmanville Regional High School girls’ basketball team in its season series with arch-rival Logan as the Lady Tigers went to Logan’s Willie Akers Arena on Monday and walked away with a 57-44 victory.
Chapmanville, which lost at home to Logan in the season opener, evened its record to 4-4 on the season and won its second straight game.
Logan continued its tailspin, falling to 3-6 and losing its fourth straight game and sixth in its last seven.
The Lady Cats led 15-14 after one quarter but it was all Chapmanville after that. The Lady Tigers outscored Logan 16-8 in the third to take a 30-23 lead. A 14-12 third pushed the lead to 44-35 after three. Chapmanville’s 13-9 edge in the fourth then set the final score.
Freshman Madison Webb tossed in 24 points to lead Chapmanville. Shian Meeks also broke into double digits in scoring with 11 points.
NeNe Osborne and Abby Marcum had seven each. Kaylee Blair had four, Richelle Thompson had three and Taylor Manns had one.
Britney Welch and Jamyya Knox tallied 10 apiece to lead the Lady Cats. Monica Mitchell had eight, Ally Sipple and Beth Adkins tossed in seven each and Brigette Duncan had two.
The Lady Tigers are scheduled to get back in action on Thursday at Wayne in Cardinal Conference action. CRHS then hosts Herbert Hoover on Jan. 14.
Logan travels to Lincoln County on Thursday night, then to Morgantown on Jan. 9 and Spring Valley on Jan. 13 before hosting Belfry (Ky.) on Jan. 19.
West Virginia Coaches Association
Girls Basketball Poll
3 Parkersburg South
4 South Charleston
5 Greenbrier East
6 Spring Valley
7 Buckhannon Upshur
Other Teams Receiving Votes: George Washington, St. Albans, Jefferson, Ripley, John Marshall
1 Wyoming East
2 Fairmont Senior
3 North Marion
4 Summers County
10 Clay County
Other Teams Receiving Votes: Pikeview, Bridgeport, Frankfort
1 Huntington St. Joe
2 Tucker County
3 St. Marys
5 Gilmer County
6 Wheeling Central
7 Charleston Catholic
9 Notre Dame
Other Teams Receiving Votes: Parkersburg Catholic, Poahontas County, Tyler County
(Paul Adkins is the Sports Editor of the Logan Banner. He can be reached at 304-752-6950 ext. 1730, by email at email@example.com or on Twitter @PAdkinsBanner).