WEST UNION -- Senior forward Tim Richmond's game-high 24 points helped keep Tyler Consolidated's 10-game winning streak alive in a 60-44 victory over Doddridge County on Wednesday.
Tyler Consolidated (15-5) took control of the game midway through the third quarter with an 11-0 run, highlighted by six of Blake Patterson's 12 points.
The run gave the Knights a 42-30 lead with 3:28 left in the third quarter.
Doddridge County cut the lead to 10 points twice, the last time on a pair of free throws by Chris Mitchell with 2:14 left in the third quarter, but was unable to get any closer
"We did the job defensively tonight," Tyler Consolidated coach Rick Leach said.
"Doddridge County didn't get many shots off. Our match-up zone just worked tremendously in the second half."
Doddridge County (8-12) led 26-25 at halftime but was shutdown offensively in the second half, while Tyler Consolidated's frontcourt took the game over.
Richmond scored 13 in the second half, while Patterson added six.
"We just took advantage of our size in our offense," Leech said.
"Richmond has been our leading scorer, but we also got some nice contributions from other players tonight."
Doddridge County was led by David Hoskinson's 16 points, while teammate Chris Gum added 11 points.
Tyler Consolidated visits Lincoln on Saturday, while Doddridge County finishes its regular season Friday at Gilmer County.
n LEWIS COUNTY 74, Philip Barbour 69: Nathan Silcott scored a game-high 22 points and Lewis County (2-18) overcame a 37-33 halftime deficit in an upset win over Philip Barbour.
Jeremy Nestor led Philip Barbour (15-5) with 19 points, while teammates Hans Schubert and Aaron Yeager each added 15 points.
Jacob Mulenix followed with 12 points for Lewis County, and teammates Travis Randolph and Glenn Scheuvront chipped in nine and eight points, respectively.
n PENDLETON COUNTY 48, Pocahontas County 37: Casey Yokum scored 18 points and Pendleton County used a 16-7 third quarter scoring advantage to defeat Pocahontas County.
Greg Hammons and Jonathon Parker led Pocahontas County (9-10) with 12 and 10 points, respectively.
Corey Koliscak chipped in 12 points for Pendleton County (11-9).