Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

Conliffe Leads GW to King Coal Victory

Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

Conliffe Leads GW to King Coal Victory

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Tracy Conliffe connected for 24 points, including four 3- pointers, as George Washington defeated Perry Central 59-56 Friday in boys basketball at the King Coal Classic in Logan. Bunky Brown added 12 points and Traevon Isabell 11 for GW (13-2), which was playing without leading scorer Justin Phillips. Damon Tobler poured in a game-high 29 points for Kentucky power Perry Central (16-7).

Hurricane 48, Winfield 46: Down by two with two seconds left, Winfield inbounded from half court, but a Hurricane player tipped the pass, preventing a shot and preserving a win for the Redskins. Hurricane's Nick Muto led all scorers with 14 points, and the Redskins (6-8) got double-digit scoring from Steven Shine (12 points) and Braxton Dobert (11). Winfield (8-6) got nine points each from Kyle Machel and Brian Fisher.

Poca 71, Herbert Hoover 34: The Dots scorched the nets for 13 3- pointers en route to the easy home win. Luke Frampton tallied 29 points, including seven treys and J.T. Phillips added 11 points for Poca (10-2), ranked No. 1 in Class AA. Chase King was the top scorer for Hoover (7-8) with seven points.

Nitro 51, Lincoln County 43: The Wildcats trailed by 14 at halftime but outscored the Panthers 39-17 in the second half for the come-from-behind road win. Austin Woodrum paced Nitro with 17 points, followed by Joel Sweat with 13 and Deshawn Womack with 11. Caleb Rusk led Lincoln County (8-5) with 12 points and Nate Spencer added 11.

Mingo Central 88, Sissonville 74: Despite hitting 14 3-pointers, the Indians couldn't keep up, falling at home to the Miners. Jeremy Dillon poured in a game-high 30 points for Mingo Central and Drew Hatfield added 19. For Sissonville (9-4), Nate Samples hit for 20 points and Brady Jones connected on six treys for 18 points.

Scott 76, Wayne 50: Andrew Day and Alan Johnson combined for 38 points in leading the Skyhawks to the home win. Day had 20 points with Johnson right behind with 18 for Scott. Cameron Wallace paced Wayne (3-12) with 20 points.

Logan 64, Wyoming East 58: The Wildcats trailed by 11 after the first quarter but outscored the Warriors by 26 over the next two quarters for the home win. …

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