With the win Fort Frye remains unbeaten in the PVC.
Derek Thompson led the way for the Cadets with 20 points, while Frontier was led by Justin Rose with 14.
Paden City 48
WILLIAMSTOWN —Williamstown got its 10th win here Tuesday night, beating visiting Paden City, 59-48.
The Yellowjackets (10-2) were led by Daniel Spurgeon with 16 points while Matt Kiger and Rodney Shawver added 10 points each.
Paden City (3-10) got 17 points from Ricky Wright and 10 each from Ryan Thobrun and Malakai Anderson.
Both teams are back in action Friday when Williamstown visits Tyler Consolidated and Paden City visits Bellaire St. John.
Gilmer County 72,
Webster County 63
GLENVILLE —Gilmer County placed three players in double figures here Tuesday night to beat visiting Webster County, 72-63.
James Farley led the Titans (8-4) with 22 points while Jordan Knight added 19 and Zach Burkhammer 12.
Chance McCoy led Webster with 22 points while Kyle Riffle added 16.
Gilmer visits South Harrison tonight.
Calvary Baptist 71,
Wood County Christian 54
HURRICANE —Calvary Baptist upped its record to 12-3 here Tuesday night with a 71-54 win over visiting Parkersburg Christian.
Ethan Peterson led Calvary with 25 points. Wood County (6-9) was led by Judah Longgrear with 16 points.
Doddridge County 43
WEST UNION —Visiting Williamstown outscored Doddridge County 20-7 in the second quarter here Tuesday night en route to a 54-43 Little Kanawha Conference win over the Bulldogs.
Brice Fenton led the Yellowjackets (9-6) with 20 points and Shila Allman added 11 points.
Hannah Hutson had 13 points and Kristen Hutson 12 for Doddridge (6-8).
Both teams return to action on Thursday when Williamstown entertains Ritchie County and Doddridge County travels to Parkersburg Catholic.
Tyler Consolidated 59,
Ritchie County 27
ELLENBORO —Visiting Tyler Consolidated blasted Ritchie County, 59-27, here Tuesday night in a Little Kanawha Conference game.
The Silver Knights led 31-10 at halftime. Kylee Evans led Tyler with 15 points while Cameron Yoho added 14 and Megan Wiseman had 12. Kelsey Clark led Ritchie County with eight points.
Wood County Christian 52,
Calvary Baptist 46
HURRICANE —Tiffany Cowdery scored 20 points here Tuesday night to lead visiting Wood County Christian to a hard-fought 52-46 win over Calvary Baptist.
Kara Smith added nine points for Wood County (6-4).
Megan Burke led Calvary Baptist (7-8) with 14 points.
Wood County visits Greater Beckley Christian on Friday.
George Washington 49
CHARLESTON —Ripley won for the 10th time here Tuesday night, knocking off George Washington, 66-49, in a Mountain State Athletic Conference contest.
The Vikings (10-4) got 17 points from Tori Eagle, 16 from Taylor Wilson and 11 from Lexy Kessel.
George Washington (6-8) was led by Anita Davis with 16 points and Katy Somerville with 11.
Ripley entertains Hurricane at Thursday.
Clay County 64,
Braxton County 59
SUTTON —Visiting Clay County won for just the third time here Tuesday night, upsetting Braxton County, 64-59, in a Little Kanawha Conference game.
Sierra Carver led Clay County (3-13) with 21 points while Brittany Rogers added 15, Kelli Cole 14 and Toni Holcomb 10.
Wheeling Central 76,
NEW MARTINSVILLE —Visiting Wheeling Central jumped on Magnolia early Tuesday night and never let up in downing the Blue Eagles, 76-57.
Central (12-3) took an 18-10 first quarter lead and widened it as the game progressed.
St. Marys 78,
Gilmer County 28
ST. MARYS —St. Marys led visiting Gilmer County 36-7 at halftime here Tuesday night en route to a 78-28 Little Kanawha Conference win.
The Blue Devils (9-4) were led by Kari Childers with 18 points and Kelsea Fickiesen with 16.
Gilmer County (6-8) got 10 points from Brooke Turner.
St.Marys will conduct its invitational tournament on Thursday and Friday. Opening round games pit Frontier Local against Calhoun County and St. Marys against Parkersburg Christian.
Huntington St. Joe 68, Wahama 50
MASON — Amber Tully scored a game-high 28 points here Tuesday but it wasn’t nearly enough as Class A No. 1 Huntington St. Joe improved to 13-1 with a 68-50 road win at Wahama.
The White Falcons (7-8) had no other player reach double figures. HSJ was led by Sara Sang’s team-high 17 points.