CHARLESTON -- Marsh Fork's Stephen Dye was named The Associated Press state high school player of the week Monday for his heroics in a wild finish.
Dye scored 32 points, including nine in overtime, in a 80-78 victory over Wyoming East,.
Wyoming East took a 78-75 lead with one second left on a dunk, but the Warriors' player was called for a technical foul for hanging onto the rim. Dye sank both free throws and, on the ensuing inbounds play, he took the pass and made a 35-foot shot.
Dye also had 15 points in a victory over Meadow Bridge and 24 points in a victory over Mount Hope.
Other top performances last week:
n Winfield's Chris Dosier scored 45 points in a victory over Sissonville and had 34 in a rout of Buffalo. Dosier, who is averaging more than 25 points per game, went over the 1,000-point mark for his career.
n Wheeling Park's Durran Goodwin scored a career-high 51 points in a victory over Brooke and 22 points in a loss to East Liverpool, Ohio.
n Williamson's Chris Carroll averaged 15 points, 14.5 rebounds and 7.5 blocked shots in victories over Chapmanville and Tolsia. Teammate Fred Russell had 22 points and 10 rebounds against Tolsia.
n George Washington's Phillip Crum averaged 30.5 points in two losses and passed the 1,000-point mark for his career.
n Hurricane's Aaron Arthur scored 20 points in a victory over Nitro and 17 in a victory over Poca.
n St. Albans' Matt Fletcher helped break his team's nine-game losing streak with 24 points and eight rebounds in a victory over George Washington.
n Spring Valley's Kris Wilson averaged 18.3 points, five rebounds, five assists and three steals in victories over Logan and Parkersburg and in a loss to Riverside.
n Cabell Midland's Mark Patton had 26 points and eight rebounds in a victory over George Washington.
n Burch's Dustin Wicker scored 14 points, including half of his team's overtime points, in a two-point victory over St. Mary's.
n Madonna's Jeff Geisinger had 26 points in a victory over Clay-Battelle.
n Riverside's Nat Moles had 30 points and eight assists in a win over Spring Valley.
n Tug Valley's Kyle Gillman had 18 points, five assists and two steals while playing with a broken right hand suffered in a 68-65 overtime win over Pikeville, Ky. He will be out up to six weeks.
Marsh Fork strengthened its hold on the top spot in this week's Associated Press Class A poll. Wyoming East remained No. 1 in Class AA despite the loss to Marsh Fork.
Marsh Fork received nine of 10 first-place votes from sports writers and broadcasters from across the state. Williamson was second and Wheeling Central, which received the other first-place vote, was third.
Oceana was fourth, followed by Valley Fayette, Madonna, Burch, Matewan, Charleston Catholic and newcomer Pendleton.
Wyoming East received five first-place votes. No. 2 Winfield and No. 3 Tug Valley received two apiece and No. 4 Bluefield earned the other one.
Williamstown was fifth in Class A, followed by Shady Spring, Bridgeport, Chapmanville, Iaeger and newcomer Oak Hill.
Woodrow Wilson remained No. 1 in Class AAA but was not a unanimous selection. George Washington and Wheeling Park were tied for second. They were followed by No. 4 Parkersburg, which received one first-place vote this week.
Cabell Midland moved up one place to No. 5 and Capital fell two spots to sixth. Parkersburg was seventh, followed by South Charleston and Princeton. Nitro and Hedgesville each entered the poll this week tied for 10th.
The top teams in this week's West Virginia Coaches Association's girls high school basketball poll remain unchanged.
Morgantown is a near-unanimous pick for the No. 1 spot in Class AAA. The Nos. 2 through 5 spots remained the same with Huntington, Fairmont Senior, Capital and Hampshire County.
In Class AA, Bridgeport has a big lead. Ritchie County moved up one spot to No. 2 and Williamstown fell one place to third. Oak Glen was fourth and Tucker County was fifth.
In Class A, Mercer Christian is in its usual spot at No. 1. Burch and Gilmer County were tied for second, Midland Trail was fourth and Madonna was fifth.