Elkins placed three players in double figures to defeat rival Philip Barbour 52-39 Thursday in Big 10 Conference action.
Logan Phillips had a team-high 15 points to lead Elkins (4-0), who led 32-15 at halftime and 43-25 after three quarters of play.
L.J. Lawrence followed with 12 points and eight rebounds, while Brandon Roth chipped in 11 points and nine rebounds for the Tigers.
The Inter-Mountain photo by Andrew Davis
Elkins HIgh School’s Logan Phillips goes up for a layup in front of Philip Barbour’s Ben Hart Thursday at Richard P. Simmons Memorial Gymnasium.
Braden Hammond added seven points, while Tyler Shreve had five assists for Elkins.
"I?thought we set the tempo early and really played well offensively and defensively in the first half," Elkins coach John Lawson said. "I thought as a team we played really good defense and really shut down Philip Barbour."
Quentin Mouser and Chance Price had 12 points each for the Colts (2-1).
Antonio Dalton had nine points for Philip Barbour.
"Elkins outplayed us tonight, hands down," Philip Barbour coach Marcus Johnson said. "We give Elkins credit. They came ready to play."
Philip Barbour host Buckhannon-Upshur next Tuesday for a Big 10 Conference matchup at 7:30 p.m.
Elkins visits Lincoln on the same day for a conference matchup at 7:30 p.m.
Pendleton?County 87, Harman 35
FRANKLIN?- Evan Arrington had 28 points and five rebounds to lead Pendleton County past Harman 87-35 Thursday in Potomac Valley Conference action.
Logan Raines added nine points, while Dylan Dunkle chipped in with eight points for the Wildcats (2-1), who led 47-24 at halftime and 72-33 after three quarters of play.
Alex Armentrout had 14 points, while Kaleb Shiflett had 11 points for the Panthers.
Harman hosts South?Harrison on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Pendleton?County travels to Lincoln County on Dec. 22 at 7:30 p.m.
Musselman 92, Moorefield 53
INWOOD?- Trevor Wesco had 24 points to lead Musselman past Moorefield 92-53 Thursday in the Musselman Holiday Tournament.
Jacob Bare added 20 points, while Noah Brooks added 14 points for the Appleman.
Adam Snyder finished with a team-high 17 points, while Aaron Cole had eight points for the Yellow Jackets?(0-2).
Moorefield won the junior varsity contest 62-54.
Shane Myers had 16 points to lead the Yellow Jackets.
Moorefield plays Hedgesville in the tournament today at 6 p.m.