CRHS to play Tolsia; Logan gets Spring Valley again in sectionals

CRHS to play Tolsia; Logan gets Spring Valley again

By Paul Adkins - [email protected]

The Chapmanville and Logan high school basketball teams will play some old rivals next week in the sectional tournament.

Chapmanville Regional (12-8) received the No. 2 seed for the Class AA Region 4 Section 2 tournament and are scheduled to take on No. 3 Tolsia (12-10) on Tuesday, March 1 at 8 p.m. at Logan High School’s Willie Akers Arena.

The Tigers and Rebels split during the regular season. Tolsia won 80-60 at home on Jan. 28 and then lost 71-57 to the Tigers on the road last Saturday night.

The 2A play-in game has No. 5 seed Mingo Central (2-18) battling it out with No. 4 seed Wayne (6-15) on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. at Logan.

The Wayne-Mingo Central winner then advances to play No. 1 seed Scott (10-12) on Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the other semifinal matchup. The Skyhawks, which beat Chapmanville twice this season, received a first-round bye.

The two semifinal winners then advance to play on Friday, March 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the championship game. Both teams advance to play in the upcoming regional tournament.

Over in Class AAA Region 4 Section 2, Logan (9-10) has grabbed the No. 2 seed and is slated to take on No. 3 seed Spring Valley (6-15) on Wednesday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. at Cabell Midland High School.

Logan lost to Spring Valley in the sectional tourney in each of the last two seasons. The two teams did not meet during the regular season.

The 3A play-in game has No. 5 Lincoln County (14-6) playing No. 4 Cabell Midland (2-19) on Monday, Feb. 29 at 7 p.m. at Midland. The Panthers received the lowest seed by the coach’s vote despite winning 12 more games than the host Knights. Lincoln County also beat Cabell Midland 56-50 during the regular season.

No. 1 seed and top-ranked Huntington (19-1) got the first-round bye and is slated to play with Lincoln County/Cabell Midland winner on March 2 at 5:30 p.m. in one of the two semifinals. Capital recently handed the Highlanders their first loss of the season — a 67-57 decision last Friday night at Capital.

The two semifinal winners move on to play on Friday, March 4 at 7 p.m. in the sectional championship game, also at Cabell Midland.

The Class A sectionals, involving Man, Tug Valley, Van, Sherman, Montcalm and Greater Beckley Christian, have not yet been released.



Logan 43,

Lincoln County 33

HAMLIN — The Logan High School girls’ basketball team got past Lincoln County 43-33 on Monday night at Hamlin in the first round of the Class AAA sectional tournament.

Logan (7-14) is scheduled to play No. 1 seed Huntington (20-1) on Wednesday at Spring Valley High School in the sectional semifinals. Tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

The Lady Cats led LCHS 13-4 after one quarter, 19-11 at the half and 28-19 after three.

Monica Mitchell led Logan with 19 points and 14 rebounds. Beth Adkins also broke into double digits with 11 points.

Jamyya Knox had four points, Chelsea Napier three and Britney Welch, Ally Sipple and Brigette Duncan had two each.

Van 48, Man 28

VAN — The Man High School girls’ basketball team’s season came to a close with Monday night’s 48-28 loss at Van in the Class A sectionals.

Man closed out with a 6-12 record. The Lady Billies had beaten Van 38-32 during the regular season, also on the road.

The Bulldogs are scheduled to play at Boone County rival Sherman on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in one of the two sectional semifinal games. The other semifinal has Greater Beckley Christian hosting Montcalm on Wednesday at 7.

Montcalm advanced with Monday night’s 47-29 win over Tug Valley in sectional play.

No Man-Van game statistics were reported to The Logan Banner.


2015-16 Man High School

Girls’ Basketball Schedule (6-12):

Dec. 3: Mountain Mission, Va. (at River View tourney), W 36-29

Dec. 4: River View (at River View tourney), L 23-63

Dec. 8: Teays Valley Christian, L 50-63

Dec. 9: at Fayetteville, L 22-53

Dec. 11: at Mingo Central, L 33-49

Dec. 14: Greater Beckley Christian, W 52-46

Dec. 17: at Westside, L 21-59

Dec. 22: River View, L 32-70

Jan. 8: at Montcalm, W 34-31

Jan. 11: at Van, W 38-32

Jan. 14: at Teays Valley Christian, W 48-38

Jan. 19: at Sherman, L 37-48

Jan. 28: Montcalm, W 27-20

Feb. 1: Westside, L 24-58

Feb. 5: at Greater Beckley Christian, L 29-56

Feb. 12: Sherman, L 25-40

Feb. 16: Mingo Central, L 39-62

Feb. 22: at Van (Class A sectionals), L 28-48


2015-16 Logan High School

Girls’ Basketball Schedule (7-14)

Dec. 2: at Chapmanville, W 59-56

Dec. 4: Lincoln County, W 55-45

Dec. 8: at Ripley, L 36-51

Dec. 11: vs. George Washington (at Tolsia Shootout), L 24-41

Dec. 12: vs. Princeton (at Tolsia Shootout), W 63-46

Dec. 17: Huntington, L 25-69

Dec. 19: North Marion, L 51-69

Dec. 30: Morgantown, L 28-49

Jan. 4: Chapmanville, L 44-57

Jan. 7: at Lincoln County, L 42-57

Jan. 9: at Morgantown, L 20-54

Jan. 13: at Spring Valley, L 36-54

Jan. 19: Belfry (Ky.), W 52-25

Jan. 30: Buchannan-Upshur (King Coal Classic at Logan), L 53-68

Feb. 3: Ripley, L 38-47

Feb. 6: Winfield, L 45-48

Feb. 8: vs. St. Albans (Little General Shootout at the Big House, Charleston Civic Center), L 52-63

Feb. 9: vs. Chapmanville (Little General Shootout at the Big House, Charleston Civic Center), L 44-49

Feb. 13: at Belfry, Ky., W 54-43

Feb. 16: Tolsia, W 66-64

Feb. 22: at Lincoln County (Class AAA sectionals), W 43-33

Feb. 24: vs. Huntington (Class AAA sectionals at Spring Valley), 7:30 p.m.

CRHS to play Tolsia; Logan gets Spring Valley again

By Paul Adkins

[email protected]

(Paul Adkins is the Sports Editor of the Logan Banner. He can be reached by email at [email protected] or on Twitter @PAdkinsBanner).

(Paul Adkins is the Sports Editor of the Logan Banner. He can be reached by email at [email protected] or on Twitter @PAdkinsBanner).

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