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Girls Basketball Roundup: Summers County tops Pocahontas; Oak Hill and Wyoming East fall on the road

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 2021-12-31
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Summers County's Liv Meador goes after a loose ball in a game against Shady Spring on Dec. 20 (File Photo by Karen Akers)

Summers County 52, Pocahontas County 37

HINTON – Summers County held Pocahontas County scoreless in the second quarter Thursday, beating the Warriors 52-37 in Hinton.

Summers’ Maggie Stover led the way with a game-high 22 points while Gracie Harvey added 12. Sullivan Pivont was the third Lady Bobcat in double figures with 10 points.

Olivia Vandevendor led Pocahontas County with 15 points.

PC: 7 0 15 15 – 37

SC: 11 21 12 18 – 52

Pocahontas County 37

Olivia Vandevendor 15, Makayla Ervine 10, Macaden Taylor 2, Haley Spencer 3, Talisa Arbogast 2, Sara Stull 3, Kelsi Taylor 2

Summers County 52

Ashley Cooper 2, Maggie Stover 22, Gracie Harvey 12, Avery Lilly 4, Liv Meador 1, Sullivan Pivont 10, Kaylee Jones 8, Cheyenne Smith 2, Janet Jackson 1

3-point goals – PC: 4 (Vandevendor 1, Ervine 2, Stull 1); SC: 0.

Bluefield 53, Oak Hill 48

BRUSHFORK – Beyonka Lee and Ny’Asia Hanley each scored 13 points as Bluefield picked up a 53-48 home win over Class AAAA Oak Hill Thursday at the Brushfork Armory.

Cara and Adie Brown each scored in double figures as well for the Beavers, adding 10 points each.

Oak Hill’s Samiah Lynch led all scorers with 20 points in the loss.

The Red Devils will host Van on Jan. 4 while Bluefield will host Westside on Jan. 5.

Oak Hill 48

Smith 3, Jordan Harris 4, Samiah Lynch 20, Taysia Gray 11, Smith 3, Davis 2, Hannah White 5

Bluefield 53

Melania Hayes 2, Cara Brown 10, Adie Brown 11, Ny’Asia Hanley 13, Beyonka Lee 13, Arianna Dowell 4

3-point goals – OH: 5 (Lynch 1, Gray 3, White 1); B: 1 (Brown 1). Fouled Out: OH: Harris

Logan 63, Wyoming East 48

LOGAN – Peyton Ilderton dazzled with 25 points as Logan beat Wyoming East 63-48 Thursday evening at Willie Akers Arena in Logan.

Colleen Lookabill was a bright spot for the Lady Warriors, pouring in a career-high 20 points in the loss. Maddie Clark was steady again, adding 15 for East.

East drops to 4-2 and will travel to Westside on Jan. 4. Logan improves to 9-0 and will travel to Lincoln County on Jan. 3.

WE: 10 13 11 14 – 48

L: 17 17 21 13 – 63

Wyoming East 48

Maddie Clark 15, Kayley Bane 9, Colleen Lookabill 20, Cadee Blackburn 2, Alivia Monroe 2

Logan 63

Natalie Blankenship 11, Abbie Myers 5, Addyson Amick 2, Halle Crouse 7, Peyton Ilderton 25, Emma Elkins 5, Autumn Adkins 6, Bam Mosey 2, Ryle Conn 2

3-point goals – WE: 3 (Clark, Bane 2); L: 7 (Blankenship 1, Myers 1, Crouse 2, Elkins 1, A. Adkins 2).

Ripley 54, Shady Spring 52 OT

RIPLEY – Ripley scored on a bucket with a second left in overtime to top Shady Spring 54-52 Thursday in Ripley.

McKennan Hall led Ripley with 16 points.

Shady Spring had four players score in double figures, highlighted by double-double efforts from Kierra Richmond (17 points and 10 steals) and Braylie Wiseman (11 points and 14 rebounds).

Shady drops to 5-3 and will return to action Jan. 7 when it hosts Winfield.

SS: 17 8 6 14 7 – 52

R: 10 16 9 10 9 – 54

Shady Spring 52

Kierra Richmond 17, Brooklyn Gibson 14, Kylee Barnes 10, Braylie Wiseman 11

Ripley 54

Morga Shocklin 4, Erin Ryan 15, Kyaidra Baldwin 9, Sophia Nicholas 10, McKennan Hall 16

3-point goals – SS: 5 (Richmond 1, Gibson 4); R: 5 (Ryan 3, Nicholas 2). Fouled Out – None

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