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|Ritchie rolls past Doddridge; Philip Barbour tops B-U
by Randall Jett
WEST UNION -- The Ritchie County Rebels, behind the stellar play of Jay Cronin and Eli Heagy, avenged an earlier regular season loss, downing depleted Doddridge County 64-45.
Doddridge County (2-7) was without three of its starters for much of the game, and Ritchie took advantage, jumping to an early lead and controlling throughout. Starters Ben McKinney, Rick Hamilton and Chris Gum each saw limited time for Doddridge.
Ritchie County's 11-0 first quarter run gave it a comfortable lead Doddridge never would threaten. The Bulldogs' deficit never dipped below nine points.
Cronin and Heagy each led Ritchie (5-2) with 17 points. Teammates Ryan Jones and Michael Satterfield each added 11.
Doddridge was led by Chris Mitchell's 17 points.
n PHILIP BARBOUR 66, Buckhannon-Upshur 61: Philip Barbour jumped to a 35-21 halftime lead and held on to down B-U.
Aaron Yeager's 16 points led Philip Barbour (2-5). Hans Schubert added 15 points, and Nick Brown scored 11.
Andrew McDaniels and Chad Winters each scored 14 points to lead B-U (3-8).
n FAIRMONT STATE 86, W.Va. Wesleyan 75: Marcel O'Neal led Fairmont State (8-6, 2-1 West Virginia Conference) with 15 points, followed by Dan Barker, Jonathan Denham and Chris Freeman with 11 each and Paul McLeod (10).
Damien Jackson paced the Bobcats (5-6, 1-2) with 21 points.
n FAIRMONT STATE 63, W.Va. Wesleyan 62: Jennifer Wilson's 18 points and nine rebounds led Fairmont State to a narrow win.
Julie Guttowsky added 15 points and 13 rebounds, and Natasha Ross and Jessica Parker each scored 10 points. Ross also had 11 rebounds for Fairmont State (6-5, 1-2).
W.Va. Wesleyan (5-6, 2-3) was led by Shana Green with 19 points. Jessie Roeth added 16, followed by Shelley Williams (11) and Katie Davis (10).