Basketball teams winning in spite of weather
Lady Warriorsﾠﾠﾠ 74
Fayettevilleﾠﾠﾠ ﾠﾠﾠ 26
The Lady Warriors (8-4) sent a strong message last Tuesday with a 74-26 blowout victory at Fayetteville (5-6).
PCHS and the Pirates represented Region 3 in the state tournament last year, the first with the new super-regional format
The Lady Warriors dropped out of the top ten in both state class A polls for the first time this season last week.
PCHS set the tone early jumping out to a commanding 28-7 lead at the end of the first quarter.
Junior Shelby Snead and sophomore Miranda McNabb were integral parts of a potent Lady Warrior outside game that combined for 10 three-point field goals on the night
Snead and McNabb each drained three treys in the first quarter to help PCHS put the game out of reach early.
The Lady Warrior offense continued to roll for the duration to clinch the win in the first-ever regular season meeting between the two squads.
Snead finished with a game-high 21 points, including six three-pointers for PCHS.
Sophomore Chloe Bland racked up her seventh double-double performance of the season posting 15 points and a team-high 11 rebounds.
McNabb ended in double-figures with11 points, all coming in the first quarter.
Classmate Erin White handed out a team-high seven assists.
Sophomore Lyndsey Barlow led a Lady Warrior defense that tallied 23 steals with six.
Barlow, White, and freshmen Heather Snead added six points each.
PC- 19(10) 6-12 74: S. Snead 21, Bland 15, McNabb 11, Barlow 6, H. Snead 6, White 6, Arbogast 5, Wilfong 4
F- 10(0) 6-14 26: Myles 8, Brown 7, Smith 3, Murphy 2, Mitchell 2, Hogan 2, Keller 2
Lady Warriors JVﾠﾠﾠ 51
Fayettevilleﾠﾠﾠ ﾠﾠﾠ 29
The Lady Warrior JV squad improved to 5-3 with a 51-29 win at Fayetteville last Tuesday.
The game was closely contested early with PCHS holding a slight 11-10 edge after the opening stanza.
The Lady Warriors made some adjustments in the second quarter and grabbed a 23-16 halftime lead that would continue to grow throughout.
Freshman Tiffanie Alexander led PCHS with 10 points.
Sophomore Sarah Jonese and junior Karen Wilfong added nine and eight points respectively.
Lady Warriorsﾠﾠﾠ 64
Pendleton Countyﾠﾠﾠ 50
The Lady Warriors (9-4) picked up their second road win of the week with a 64-50 over Pendleton County (6-7) last Thursday.
Junior Shelby Snead scored eight of her game-high 17 points in the first quarter to help lift PCHS to an early 21-6 lead.
The Wildcats used a 21-18 scoring run in the second to cut the Lady Warrior lead to 12 at the break.
PCHS fought off Pendleton Countyﾒs second half rally to clinch the win and sweep the regular season series between the two teams.
The Lady Warriors downed the Wildcats 73-29 on January 16.
Snead, the current PCHS season three-point record holder (60), finished with four three-point field goals on the night to bring her season total to 42.
Sophomore Chloe Bland added 15 points and a team-high 13 rebounds for her eighth double-double of the season.
Classmate Miranda McNabb landed in double-figures for the third consecutive game with 10 points.
Sophomore Erin White tallied a team-high five assists and a team-high five steals.
PC- 13(8) 14-20 64: S. Snead 17, Bland 15, McNabb 10, White 8, Barlow 6, H. Snead 3, Jonese 3
Pe- 17(1) 13-25 50: Kimble 15, Beatty 13, Sasso 9, Lambert 6, Kiser 4, Henry 2, Wright 1
Lady Warriors JVﾠﾠﾠ 34
Pendleton Countyﾠﾠﾠ 21
The Lady Warriors JV (6-3) avenged an early season 35-38 loss to Pendleton County with a 34-21 road win last Thursday.
PCHS took a 20-8 lead into the half behind a 13-1 scoring run in the second quarter.
The Wildcats outscored the Lady Warriors 12-7 in the third.
The PCHS defense held Pendleton County to one point in the final frame, despite only playing with only four players in the final minute, to clinch the win.
Junior Karen Wilfong led the Lady Warriors with seven points.
Classmate Elizabeth Arbogast and freshmen Olivia Workman and Alicia Cadrette added six points each.
Lady Warriorsﾠﾠﾠ -
Tucker Countyﾠﾠﾠ -
The Lady Warriors game at fourth-ranked Tucker County on Friday was canceled due to inclement weather.
The game has been rescheduled for February 9.ﾠ Tip-off is 5:45 p.m.
UPCOMING LADY WARRIOR GAMES*
2/5ﾠﾠﾠ at Webster Co., 5:45 p.m.
2/6ﾠﾠﾠ at Midland Trail, 6:00 p.m.
2/9ﾠﾠﾠ at Tucker Co., 5:45 p.m.
2/11ﾠﾠﾠ at Richwood, 5:45 p.m.
2/12ﾠﾠﾠ Tucker Co., 6:00 p.m.
* Dates and times are subject to change.
Warriorsﾠﾠﾠ ﾠﾠﾠ 71
East Hardyﾠﾠﾠ ﾠﾠﾠ 49
The sixth-ranked Warriors (8-2) overwhelmed visiting East Hardy (7-4) with 22 points in the fourth quarter to cruise to a 71-49 win last Wednesday.
PCHS swept the regular season series between the two schools 2-0 with the win.
The Warriors squeaked out a 69-64 road win over the Cougars January 11.
PCHS broke open a 12-11 first quarter lead with a 20-11 scoring spree in the second to grab a 32-20 halftime lead.
The Warrior lead was never seriously threatened the remainder of the contest.
Senior Jimmy Wiley scored a game-high 28 points on a scorching 69-percent shooting effort from the floor to pace the PCHS offense.
Wiley also collected a team-high 15 rebounds to complete his fifth double-double performance of the season.
Wiley was a factor at both ends of the floor recording a team-high five assists and a team-high four steals.
Classmate Jerry Simonin added 15 points while junior Lakota Jonese chipped in with 13.
Sophomore Jed Sheets narrowly missed scoring in double-figures with nine points.
PC- 18(7) 14-18 71: Wiley 28, Simonin 15, Jonese 13, Sheets 9, Kelly 2, Lash 2, Graham 2
EH- 15(4) 7-11 49: Miller 16, Orndorff 15, Fansler 8, Foltz 5, Kerr 3, Enje 1, Mahn 1
Warriorsﾠﾠﾠ ﾠﾠﾠ -
Pendleton Countyﾠﾠﾠ -
The Warriors road game against Pendleton County scheduled for Friday, January 29 was called off due to inclement weather.
The contest has been moved to February 19 at 6:15 p.m.
Warriorsﾠﾠﾠ ﾠﾠﾠ -
James Monroeﾠﾠﾠ -
The Warriors were unable to host James Monroe on Saturday due to unsafe traveling conditions for the Mavericks.
The game has been rescheduled for February 6 at 5:00 p.m.
UPCOMING WARRIOR GAMES*
2/3ﾠﾠﾠ at Tygarts Valley, 6:00 p.m.
2/5ﾠﾠﾠ at Tucker Co., 5:45 p.m.
2/6ﾠﾠﾠ James Monroe, 5:00 p.m.
2/9ﾠﾠﾠ Webster Co., 6:00 p.m.
2/10ﾠﾠﾠ Greenbrier West, 6:00 p.m.
* Dates and times are subject to change.