The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Sports

February 14, 2007

Trail boys capture 10th straight; Fayetteville, OH, MH girls post wins

In recent high school basketball games:



Fayetteville 76

Oak Hill 46



Class A No. 7 Fayetteville pulled away from host Oak Hill in the second half to secure the triumph Tuesday.

Oak Hill trailed by just 29-23 at halftime.

“We just quit playing defense,” said Red Devil assistant Kelly Epperly, who guided the team in the absence of coach Stuff Lynch, sidelined for two games due to technicals received in earlier games. And, the Pirates resorted to a box-and-one on leading OHHS scorer Ashley Milstrey, Epperly added.

Casey Smith tallied 21 points to pace four Pirates in double figures. Cayla Rhodes added 15, and Stephanie Nickell and Hannah Bare chipped in 11 each.

Milstrey bucketed a game-high 29 points for Oak Hill (2-17).

Fayetteville (16-3) plays at Greenbrier West Thursday and at Richwood Friday.

Oak Hill visits PikeView at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.



Midland Trail 61

Richwood 42



A trio of double-digit scorers allowed the Patriot boys to clip the Lumberjacks for their 10th consecutive victory Tuesday.

For Class A No. 8 Midland Trail, Tommy Stull registered 18 points and 10 rebounds, Dustin Nickell chipped in 14 points and Bo Kesler added 13.

Travis Sarver led Richwood with 15 points.

MIdland Trail (15-3) hosts Fayette County rival Mount Hope at 7:30 p.m. Friday.



Mount Hope 72

Greenbrier West 51



Jamel Shelton scored a team-high 25 points and Channing Lowe added 20, including four treys, as Mount Hope won with ease Tuesday night.

Shawn Rowand scored 16 points for West (5-9).

Mount Hope (12-6), which outscored the Cavaliers 26-8 in the third period, hosts MSU Academy at 7 p.m. Thursday.



Meadow Bridge 64

Elk Valley 47



Meadow Bridge rolled by the Elk Valley boys Tuesday to improve to 13-4 on the season.

Chris Rowe led the way with a double-double of 21 points and 12 rebounds. Teammate Eric Halstead added 10 points.

Logan Neely led Elk Valley with 17 points.

The Wildcats (13-4) host Greenbrier West at 7:30 p.m. Friday.



Shady Spring 69

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