Wednesday’s high school sports roundup with stats

Roane County’s Lucille Westfall, pictured here earlier this year in a game at Wirt County, became the first junior in Roane County history (boys or girls) to surpass 1,000 career points. Westfall reached her milestone during the second quarter of the Raiders’ 56-50 home triumph Wednesday night against Calhoun County. Photo by Jay W. Bennett.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Roane 56, Calhoun 50

SPENCER — Lucille Westfall became the first junior in Roane County history to record 1,000 career points and she had a monster game here Wednesday as host Roane County nipped Calhoun County, 56-50.

Westfall became the fifth Raider girl and just the eighth player in RCHS history to reach the milestone, which she did at 2:40 of the second quarter. Westfall, who made 13 field goals and hit 12 of 16 from the foul line, poured in game-highs of 38 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocked shots.

Calhoun County, which dropped to 7-10 and came out on the short end of second chance points, 16-7, was led by Makayla Smith’s 17 markers and game-high five assists.

The Raiders (9-8) also received seven points and seven rebounds from Olivia Mace.

Kaylea Bennett contributed 11 points for the Red Devils, who also got nine points and 13 boards from Katie Jones.


Parkersburg Catholic 73, Wirt County 55

ELIZABETH — Olivia Ullman scored a career-high 32 points and Alexis Saunders added 21 as Parkersburg Catholic defeated Wirt County 73-55 Wednesday night.

Nobody else scored in double figures for the Crusaderettes, who led 13-12 after a quarter and 29-23 at halftime, but used a 28-17 third quarter to pull away. Ullman scored 18 points in the pivotal third stanza.

The Tigers were led by Sarah Cunningham’s 20 points and Cori Hughes’ 18.


BOYS BASKETBALL

Parkersburg 64, Riverside 57

BELLE — One-win Riverside got a game-high 25 points from Jacob Clark and led 31-27 here Wednesday at intermission, but No. 8 Parkersburg used a 21-5 posting in the third quarter as the Big Reds rallied for a 64-57 triumph.

PHS, which improved to 10-4 and knocked down seven 3-pointers, was led by Kam White’s 16 points. Karson Snyder added 15 and Tyler Lawrentz 11.

The Warriors (1-13) also had double figure scoring efforts from T.J. Wood (15) and Dom Reed (13).


Madonna 75, Paden City 47

WEIRTON — Paden City kept it close for nearly three quarters here Wednesday, but host Madonna got a game-high 22 points from Joey Ewusiak and 21 more from Tavon Jeter to help hand the Wildcats a 75-47 setback.

PCHS, now 8-9 with a Saturday afternoon WVHIT home game versus Meadow Bridge, received a team-high 20 points from Hayden Hizer. Aaron Heasley chipped in 14 points.

Capital 71, Ripley 23

CAPITAL — Capital absolutely shut down Ripley, 71-23, Wednesday night.

The Vikings were held to just 17.9 percent (5 for 28) from the floor and scored double figures in just one quarter (11 in the third).

Jamison Hunt scored 10 of Ripley’s 23 points. Eli Casto added seven.

Capital jumped out to a 21-4 lead after a quarter. The hosts received 15 points from Kerry Martin, 14 from Jabar Thompson and 12 from Anthony Dean.


PREP WRESTLING

PHS downs Point Pleasant in dual

PARKERSBURG — The Parkersburg Big Reds has no problems getting past visiting Point Pleasant in a dual wrestling match Wednesday at Memorial Fieldhouse.

The Big Reds claimed two decisions, six pins and two forfeits in a 54-24 victory.

Parkersburg’s Garrett Donahue (106) registered a decision against Justin Cornell, 9-5, while teammate Hunter Ackerman (113) earned a 10-7 decision over George Smith.

Recording pins for PHS were Braxton Byrd (126), Jared Donahue (138), Matt Fox (152), Logan Nay (160), Tyler Moler (170) and Donavon McCune (285).

Byrd bested Gregory Carr (:30), Jared Donahue topped Jacob Bryant (1:26), Fox took down Nazar Abbis (1:52), Nay triumphed over Colton Carr (:08), Moler pinned Tyler Clendenin (1:11) and McCune flattened Brian Gillispie (6:53).

Bo Moler (132) and Stephen Carder (145) won via forfeit.

The Big Reds of head coach Chris Way are back in action at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in St. Albans for the Mountain State Athletic Conference Championships.


GIRLS BASKETBALL STATS

Parkersburg South 69, Logan (Ohio) 52

Logan (Ohio)      8  12  17  15 — 52

Parkersburg South      22  14  19  14 — 69

LOGAN (12-7)

Danielle Arnett 4 0-0 8, Haley Sammons 5 3-5 17, Bethany Starlin 3 2-2 9, Paige Lunsford 2 6-10 10, Payton Frasure 2 0-0 6, Hannah Evans 0 1-2 1, Mikayla Leach 0 0-0 0, Abigail Downs 0 0-0 0, Alexis Halley 0 0-0 0, Kaymbre Zimmerman 0 1-2 1, Lexis Fickel 0 0-0 0, Emily Dicken 0 0-0 0; TOTALS: 16 13-21 52; 3-point goals: Sammons 4, Frasure 2, Starlin 1

No. 5 PARKERSBURG SOUTH (14-4)

Jordan Johnson 0 4-4 4, Cassie Whitlatch 3 0-0 6, Lexi Moore 6 1-1 14, Destiney Wells 2 0-0 6, Lauren Hanna 3 0-0 7, Devin Hefner 6 0-0 14, Sierra Hays 1 0-0 2, Rachel Cogar 0 0-0 0, Haley Cothern 0 0-0 0, Kyla Marshall 0 0-0 0, Kenzie Johnson 1 0-0 2, Jordan Huffman 2 1-1 5, Makenna Winans 1 0-0 2, Allie Taylor 2 3-4 7; TOTALS: 27 9-10 69; 3-point goals: Wells, Hefner 2, Moore, Hanna 1

Shooting: L 16-49 (32.7%), PS 27-47 (57.4%); 3-pointers: L 7-18, PS 6-13; Rebounds: L 22 (Arnett 8), PS 33 (Moore 6, Johnson, Whitlatch 5); Assists: L 9 (Lunsford 8), PS 14 (Moore 5, Whitlatch 3); Steals: L 11 (Lunsford 5, Arnett 4), PS 5 (Hefner 2); Turnovers: L 9, PS 14

JV score: South 47, Logan 35

JV scoring: Logan – Leach 2, Dicken 5, Fickel 2, Eggleston 8, Downs 2, Zimmerman 4, McCabe 12; South – Erin Williams 2, Hays 19, Cogar 3, Cothern 4, Marshall 5, K. Johnson 2, Allyssa Wiilson 6, Huffman 2, Winans 4

9th grade: Logan 50, South 33

9th grade scoring: Logan – Gabriel 12, Eggleston 2, Breining 10, Dixon 12, Primmer 4, McGreevy 2, Hill 8; South – Jaylee Dye 15, Tessa Thorn 2, Lauren Pelfrey 9, Amber Flinn 2, Emily Westfall 3, Catreena Shears 2


Gilmer County 57, Williamstown 55

Gilmer County      20  11  19  7 — 57

Williamstown      26  9  7  13 — 55

No. 2 GILMER COUNTY (13-2)

Bayley Wellings 7 0-0 14, Abby Gwinn 5 0-2 10, Kylie Shuff 5 1-2 11, Carly Somerville 5 0-0 14, Riley Fitzwater 4 0-3 8; TOTALS: 26 1-7 57; 3-point goals: Somerville 4

No. 7 WILLIAMSTOWN (12-4)

BreeAnn Reynolds 2 1-2 5, Ashley Morris 6 0-1 13, Jenna Pridemore 1 1-2 3, Victoria Clark 5 0-0 13, Bethany Wager 1 0-0 2, Sam Dedrick 2 0-0 4, Bethany Arnold 7 0-0 15; TOTALS: 24 2-5 55; 3-point goals: Morris 1, Clark 3, Arnold 1

Shooting: GC 26-50 (52%), W 22-57 (39%); Rebounds: GC 31 (Fitzwater 19, Shuff 5), W 30 (Dedrick 9); Steals: GC 3, W 8; Blocks: GC 7 (Fitzwater 6, Somerville 1), W 0; Turnovers: GC 14, W 14

Next games: Wirt County at Williamstown, 7 p.m. Friday (varsity only); Braxton County at Gilmer County, 7 p.m. Friday


Roane 56, Calhoun 50

Calhoun County      14  12  9  15 — 50

Roane County      18  13  12  13 — 56

CALHOUN COUNTY (7-10)

Carissa Yoak 3 1-3 7, Katie Jones 4 0-2 9, Tori Allen 1 1-2 3, Makayla Smith 4 9-15 17, Kaylea Bennett 4 1-1 11, Karlie Whited 0 0-2 0, Alisha Fulks 1 0-0 3; TOTALS: 17 12-25 50; 3-point goals: Bennett 2, Fulks, Jones 1

ROANE COUNTY (9-8)

Danielle Godbey 1 0-0 2, Olivia Mace 3 1-3 7, Lucille Westfall 13 12-16 38, Kristen Blosser 1 0-2 2, Abby Bode 2 0-0 4, Emily Hunt 1 0-0 2, Silken Harlan 0 1-2 1, Kim Waggoner 0 0-0 0; TOTALS: 21 14-23 56; 3-point goals: None

Shooting: C 17-50 (34%), R 21-62 (33.9%); 3-pointers: C 4-11, R 0-2; Rebounds: C 40 (Jones 13), R 50 (Westfall 14, Blosser 8, Mace 7); Assists: C 10 (Smith 5), R 8 (Mace 3); Steals: C 12 (Allen, Bennett 3), R 11 (4 with 2); Blocks: C 2 (Allen, Fulks), R 8 (Westfall 7); Turnovers: C 20, R 17

Note: Westfall surpaseed the 1,000 point mark in the second quarter. She’s the first junior to do so in school history and the fifth female.


Clay County 87, Webster County 27

Webster      12  0  6  9  —  27

Clay      20  28  24  13  —  87

WEBSTER COUNTY

Megan Hamrick 3 0-2 8; Kendra Hall 2 0-2 5; Desire Cochran 1 0-0 2; Carson Short 4 1-6 10; Sierra Riffle 0 1-2 1; Brianna Hawkins 0 1-2 1; TOTALS: 10 3-14 27; 3-point goals: Hamrick 2, Hall 1, Short 1

CLAY COUNTY (9-9)

Cate Murphy 1 0-0 2; Marisa Williams 1 5-6 7; Graci Mitchell 4 3-5 11; Sarah Boggs 4 2-3 10; Cassie Richards 0 4-6 4; Kaleigh Brown 7 2-2 16; Lexi Grose 3 1-2 7; Mikayla Horrocks 4 0-0 8; Erica Boggs 3 1-1 8; Kacie Butcher 6 1-2 14; TOTALS: 33 19-27 87; 3-point goals: E. Boggs 1, Butcher 1

Steals: C: E. Boggs 9

Next game: Tolsia vs. Clay County, 7 p.m. Tuesday (Location TBD)


Parkersburg Catholic 73, Wirt County 55

Catholic     13  16  28  16  —  73

Wirt      12  11  17  15  —  55

CATHOLIC (10-9)

Julia Ambrozy 1 0-0 2; Alexis Saunders 9 1-4 21; Olivia Ullman 12 6-9 32; Kiah Eastwood 0 1-2 1; Madeline Huffman 3 0-0 7; Emma Pfeiffer 3 0-0 6; Katelyn Hammerer 1 0-0 2; Emma Gardner 1 0-0 2; TOTALS: 30 8-15 73; 3-point goals: Saunders 2, Ullman 2, Huffman 1

WIRT COUNTY

Loden Campbell 1 0-0 2; Caitlyn Cottrell 1 2-5 4; Taylor Anderson 1 3-4 6; Cori Hughes 6 4-5 18; Sarah Cunningham 10 0-1 20; Morgan Klagner 2 1-2 5; TOTALS: 21 10-17 55; 3-point goals: Anderson 1, Hughes 2

Next game: Ironton St. Joseph at Parkersburg Catholic, 7 p.m. Friday


BOYS BASKETBALL STATS

Parkersburg 64, Riverside 57

Parkersburg      10  17  21  16 — 64

Riverside      15  16  5  21 — 57

No. 8 PARKERSBURG (10-4)

Bradley Craig 1 0-0 2, Kam White 6 1-4 16, Parker Miller 2 2-2 6, Easton Martin 3 0-2 6, Kyle Mullen 1 0-0 3, Karson Snyder 5 3-4 15, Brenton Strange 2 1-3 5, Tyler Lawrentz 4 2-2 11; TOTALS: 24 9-18 64; 3-point goals: White 3, Snyder 2, Mullen, Lawrentz 1

RIVERSIDE (1-13)

Dom Reed 4 1-2 13, Butcher 1 0-2 2, Scites 1 0-0 2, Jacob Clark 8 6-13 25, T.J. Wood 4 7-8 15; TOTALS: 18 14-27 57; 3-point goals: Reed 4, Clark 3

Madonna 75, Paden City 47

Paden City      13  15  10  9 — 47

Madonna      18  17  19  21 — 75

PADEN CITY (8-9)

Hayden Hizer 7 1-1 20, Trey Slider 2 0-0 5, Aaron Heasley 5 2-3 14, Matt Saxton 2 0-0 6, Seth Bohrer 1 0-0 2, E.J. Weber 0 0-0 0, Ryan Cross 0 0-0 0, Anthony Newman 0 0-0 0, Marcus Allen 0 0-0 0; TOTALS: 17 3-4 47; 3-point goals: Hizer 5, Saxton, Heasley 2, Slider 1

MADONNA

Tavon Jeter 10 0-0 21, Jimmy Mazzone 1 0-0 3, Gavin Dietriech 0 5-6 5, Tripp Moore 1 0-0 2, Chase DiBartolenie 4 0-0 9, Dustin Brown 2 0-1 4, Joey Ewusiak 9 4-4 22, Justin Canei 3 1-2 7; TOTALS: 31 10-13 75; 3-point goals: Jeter, DiBartolenie, Mazzone 1

PCHS stats: Shooting: 17-36 (47%); Rebounds: 15 (Heasley, Newman 4); Assists: 13 (Hizer 5, Saxon 4); Steals: 3 (Hizer 3); Turnovers: 16

Next game: Meadow Bridge at Paden City in WVHIT round-robin 3 p.m. (JV start) Saturday.


Capital 71, Ripley 23

Ripley      4  7  11  1  —  23

Capital     21  18  13  19  —  71

RIPLEY

Jamison Hunt 2 6-9 10; Ty Johnson 0 2-2 2; Jaxob Harris 0 2-2 2; Griffin Durst 0 0-0 0; Cyrus Casto 0 0-0 0; Eli Casto 3 0-0 7; Nathan Hall 0 2-2 2; Elijah Riffe 0 0-2 0; TOTALS: 5 12-17 23; 3-point goals: E. Casto 1

CAPITAL

Kerry Martin 6 2-2 15; Calvin Wilder 0 0-0 0; Leondre Rogers 2 2-4 6; Jabar Thompson 3 5-6 14; Anthony Pittman 0 0-0 0; Nasir Harris 1 0-0 2; Tevin Pinket 3 0-0 8; Jay Fannin 3 3-4 9; K.J. Figures 1 1-2 3; Dorian Etheridge 1 0-0 2; Anthony Dean 4 4-8 12; TOTALS: 24 17-26 71; 3-point goals: Martin 1, Thompson 3, Pinket 2

Shooting: R: 5-28 (17.9%); C: 24-55 (43.6%); Rebounds: R: 20 (Johnson 7); C: 37 (Dean 8); Assists: R: 3; C: 11 (Rogers 4); Steals: R: 3; C: 15 (Thompson 5); Turnovers: R: 20; C: 4

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