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Philip Barbour holds off EHS

December 15, 2012
By Andrew Davis Staff Writer , The Inter-Mountain

PHILIPPI?- Haley Stewart, Kaitlynne Neville and Lindsey Riley had 13 points each to lead Philip?Barbour past Elkins 50-43 Friday in Big 10 Conference action.

Celeste Kelly added six points for the Lady Colts who led 27-15 at halftime and 37-22 after three quarters of play.

Logan Dudley and Charlie George had nine points each for the Lady Tigers (1-3).

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The Inter-Mountain photo by Angie Pritt
Elkins High School’s Brianna Swecker goes up for a shot in front of a Philip Barbour defender Friday in Big 10 Conference action.

Dudley also had seven rebounds and four steals for Elkins.

Colleen Webley added five points for Elkins.

Philip Barbour won the junior varsity contest 40-34.

"We played good defense tonight," Elkins coach Nancy Lewis said. "We just missed way too many layups and free throws tonight."

Philip Barbour travels to Buckhannon-Upshur next Wednesday for a Big 10 Confernece matchup at 7:30 p.m.

Elkins hosts Lewis County on Monday for a conference matchup at 7:30 p.m.

Clay County 67, Pocahontas County 30

HINTON - Brittany Gould had 17 points to lead Clay County past Pocahontas County 67-30 Friday in the Reynolds Oil Classic.

Mackenzie Barker added 16 points for Clay County.

Heather Snead finished with a team-high 10 points and six rebounds, while Bobbi McNabb had nine points and nine rebounds for the Lady Warriors.

Pocahontas County plays Webster County tonight at 5 p.m. for the third place game.

High School Boys Basketball

Tucker County 66, East Hardy 44

HAMBLETON - Ian Nichols had 20 points to lead Tucker County past East Hardy 66-44 Friday in Potomac Valely Conference action.

Nathaniel Goldstein followed with 18 points, while Mikhail Lewis added eight points for the Mountain Lions (3-1), who led 30-20 at halftime and 49-30 after three quarters of play.

Shawn Skovron had 18 points, while Levi Beck added 16 points for the Cougars.

"We didn't play well tonight," Tucker County coach Tom Gutshall said. "We made way too many turnovers, but we will take the victory tonight, We still have some work to do before our next game."

Tucker County travels to Petersburg next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. for a non-conference matchup.

East Hardy hosts Paw Paw on Monday for a PVC matchup at 6 p.m.

Hedgesville 97, Moorefield 43

MUSSELMAN?- Chris Shields and Junan Howell had 18 points each to lead Hedgesville past Moorefield 97-43 Friday in the Musselman Holiday Tournament.

C.J.?Burks added 17 points for Hedgesville, who led 36-15 at halftime and 67-29 after three quarters of play.

Garrett Kelley and Jackie Burton had nine points each for the Yellow Jackets (0-3).

Moorefield visits Allegheny (Md.) next?Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.



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