Wv high school basketball tournament 2017

wv high school basketball tournament 2017

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By DOUG HUFF

West Virginia Sports Writers Association

The "Father" of the West Virginia Boys Basketball Tournament was, in reality, an enterprising college student.

Harry Stansbury was a junior student-athlete at West Virginia Wesleyan in 1914 who also served as the school's athletic director and publicist when he wasn't playing football and baseball and serving as manager of the track and basketball teams.

After Wesleyan constructed what was reported to be the state's finest gymnasium in September of 1913, Stansbury started thinking of ways to showcase the 500-seat venue which included a track, pool and batting cages. Why not a high school basketball tournament to crown a state champion?

But the idea came to Stansbury too late in 1914 to contact all state schools so he decided to stage a one-game title contest and invited two state powers which had split regular season games and claimed to be the best in the Mountain State: Elkins and Wheeling.

On March 14, 1914, at the new Wesleyan gymnasium in Buckhannon, Elkins defeated Wheeling by 28-13 and was presented a championship trophy. The Elkins' starting lineup included Frank Wimer, who later would coach his alma mater to state titles in 1926 and 1935. His 1926 team was led by the state's first high school All-American, Marshall “Little Sleepy” Glenn, who later starred at West Virginia University.

In 1915, the tournament invited all state schools to compete -- 14 accepted -- for the one-class brass ring and has evolved through the years with qualifying tournaments and multiple enrollment-based class competition.

Since that one-game event, some 350 high schools have competed at some tournament level with more than 230 crowned as state champions.

Two years after graduating from Wesleyan, Stansbury started a 21-year tenure in 1917 as athletic director at West Virginia University. The tournament remained in Buckhannon through 1938 before it was moved to the old WVU Field House in Morgantown -- later fittingly named Stansbury Hall after the current WVU Coliseum was constructed.

Basketball, and the tournament, popularity continued to grow during the early years and 64 teams entered the 1922 open event, prompting the organizers to split into two classes based on team strength. That format lasted four years. In 1933, the sectional/regional tournament qualifier systems started. The three-class format originated in 1959.

The event has been a treasure-house of memories which live forever in the athletic heritage of the Mountain State. The tournament's stage has produced not only high school standouts but future college and professional stars. Unknown, local, athletes became statewide names. The thousands of tournament viewers have witnessed great high school teams as well as the unheralded Cinderella teams like the 1930 Hundred and 1945 Normantown squads, which are the state's versions of Indiana's well-documented "Hoosiers."

The first state tournament champion to record an unbeaten season was the 24-0 record Wheeling High team of 1929, the second straight crown for the Wildcats of coach John Knight, who later coached Bethany College. The Wildcats had a two-season run of 42 consecutive wins, not including a 1928 trip to Chicago for the National Interscholastic Tournament, which was held from 1917-30 and included some Mountain State entries. The 1928 Wildcats -- led by Lou Modar and Irv Flading -- went 5-1 at Chicago and won consolation bracket honors (the best showing for a W.Va. team).

A year earlier, in 1927, the "Little Davids" of Fairmont Senior followed up their state championship with a trip to Chicago and lost by only two points to eventual champion Morton High of Cicero, Ill. The Polar Bears were led by Lee Satterfield and no one standing over 5-foot-9 in an era with a jump ball following every goal.

An all-Harrison County final in 1933 resulted in Clarksburg Victory dominating Shinnston, 42-28, behind the two-hand jump-shooting Jack Gocke, who later starred at West Virginia University and became a prominent surgeon in his hometown. Shinnston was led in the 1930 and 1931 events by Joe Stydahar, a Hall of Fame football great at WVU and with the Chicago Bears.

In 1934, Parsons immortalized the team in Tucker County annals by besting arch-rival Elkins in the finals. A year later, Elkins captured the crown with future Pitt and National Football League running back Marshall Goldberg running the show.

From 1936-40, Everett Brinkman coached three of his five championship teams at Wheeling High. The Wildcats were led by brothers Bernie Mehen (1936-38) and Dick Mehen (1938-40), who would later earn All-America honors at the University of Tennessee and played in the early pro era. The long-legged frontcourt jumping jacks teamed up on the unbeaten 1938 powerhouse, which routed a Grafton team, 68-41 in the finals. Grafton was led by future WVU All-American Scotty Hamilton.

A tournament single-game scoring record was set in 1941 when two classes were revived for a two-year period. Jack Conrad of Glenville scored 49 points in the 85-61 Class B title game romp of Athens, bettering the 21-year-old mark of 44 points posted by Roy “Legs” Hawley of Bluefield in a 66-12 rout of Richwood in 1920. Hawley was athletic director at tournament-host WVU when Conrad broke his record.

The 1946-57 period was the start of the Woodrow Wilson dominance in the largest class. National Hall of Fame coach Jerome Van Meter, for whom the state High School Coach of the Year award is named, guided the Flying Eagles to six titles, including a then-record four straight from 1951-54, in 12 years. A cocky, colorful Dwayne Wingler led the Eagles to the 1953 and 1954 titles. Woodrow Wilson leads all schools with 16 championships -- all in the largest class -- through 2019.

Even the legendary Hot Rod Hundley couldn't derail the Flying Eagles. His Charleston High teams of 1951 and 1953 lost to Woodrow Wilson in the tournament, including the '51 finals.

There were other noteworthy feats during that period. In 1948, future WVU teammates Jim Coalter of Princeton and 6-9 Mark Workman of Charleston, dueled in the quarterfinals before Princeton captured the crown. Wheeling went unbeaten in 1950 with future WVU shooting star Eddie Becker and Dino Hadjis leading the way. A year earlier, Fairmont Senior coach Paul “Biz” Dawson won his third crown with a once-beaten power. In 1954, Larry Hardman scored a remarkable 18 consecutive field goals, and 19 of 21 overall, in a 71-66 win over Warwood.

In 1955, pencil-thin sharpshooter Leo Byrd tied the tournament record with 49 points in an 83-68 semifinal win over South Charleston. However, the Pony Express bowed to a Willie Akers-led Mullens team, 87-74, in the finals. Byrd scored a tournament-record 128 points in three games before becoming an All-American at Marshall.

The next year, 1956, Akers and the Lewis D'Antoni-coached Mullens' Rebels lost, 77-73, in the semifinals to Jerry West-led East Bank. The Pioneers swamped hometown Morgantown, 71-56, in the title game. West set three-game tournament records with 44 field goals and 56 rebounds. The East Bank community celebrated the championship by renaming the city, West Bank, for a day.

In 1958, future WVU All-American and NBA player Rod Thorn had his weakest season performance in an 84-58 semifinal loss to eventual champion Parkersburg and failed to earn all-tournament. The 1958 Ansted team went unbeaten, won the Class B title with a win over fellow unbeaten Aurora, and reeled off 48 consecutive wins stretching into 1959.

During the 1960s, Logan coach Willie Akers won the first of his four titles in 1964 with a finals' win over a Ron “Fritz” Williams-led Weir, which was in its third straight title game. Williams, a prep and college All-America selection at WVU who helped integrate the Mountaineer program, guided the Red Riders to the 1963 title after an unforgettable 1962 Class AAA finale matching, for the only time, two largest class unbeatens. Woodrow Wilson prevailed, 71-69, on a driving goal at the buzzer by Bill Karbonit.

In 1966, Moundsville sharpshooter Bob Hummell scored 45 points in a Class AAA semifinal win over Richwood before a powerhouse Melvin Walker-led Dunbar squad won the title. It was the second championship for Bill Young, the only coach to win titles in three classes -- 1957 with Class B Burch and 1985 with Class AA Dunbar.

Charleston High flexed its muscles under coach Lou Romano with the Mountain Lions winning 48 consecutive games, including the unbeaten 1968 Class AAA title team led by Curtis Price, Levi Phillips and Larry Harris -- all WVU recruits. Other unbeaten title teams in the 1960s, besides Woodrow Wilson and Charleston, were 1960 Class AA Romney led by Bill Maphis; 1961 Class A Barrackville led by Teddy Darcus; 1964 Class A Kermit led by Lewis Hale; 1965 Class AA Oceana led by Joe Pendry; and 1967 Class A Bramwell led by Bill Pierce.

Charleston High won back-to-back triple-A crowns in 1973-74, including an unbeaten '73 club. In 1972, future WVU star Warren Baker led Greenbrier East to the largest class title. Fred Aldridge coached George Washington to its first crown in 1971.

In the 1970s and 1980s, National Hall of Fame coach Jennings Boyd piloted Northfork to nine Class AA crowns, including a national record-setting eight in a row from 1974-81. The 1975 team, led by Russel Todd, went 26-0. Ergie Smith coached segregated Gary District to the 1965 Class A crown and integrated Gary High to the 1973 Class AA title. Mullens, the only school to capture titles in three classes, won five of their seven crowns from 1970-84, all under coach Don Nuckols. The 1970 and 1972 teams won double-A titles while three straight Class A titles were recorded from 1982-84 with record-setting guard Herbie Brooks running the show. Brooks, later a WVU player, set the existing single-game points' mark of 50 in an 87-69 semifinal win over Parkersburg Catholic. Future Virginia Tech guard Jeff Schneider tallied 43 in an 84-74 Clarksburg Washington Irving semifinal win over Martinsburg in 1977 and added 39 in the title loss to Logan. He netted 114 points in three games.

The 1976 unbeaten Rivesville team won the Class A title and became the only school to end unbeaten in football and boys basketball in the same school year. The 1985 perfect-record Stonewall Jackson team gave coach Don Stover his second of three Class AAA crowns including back-to-back in 1985-86.

The 1987 Paden City team, led by Troy Cooper and coached by Bob Burton, bested Bramwell, 71-61, in a championship showdown of unbeaten teams. The Wildcats were joined as champions by Class AAA Brooke and Class AA Wheeling Central with all three from the same conference -- the nation's largest, the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference.

Williamson won four Class AA titles in the 1980s -- the last three coached by David Hatfield. In 1989, future WVU star Pervires “P.G.” Green tallied 45 in an 88-81 Class AA semifinal win over Stonewall Jackson and tallied 110 in three tournament games.

In the 1990s, Dave Barksdale -- who played on the unbeaten 1962 Woodrow Wilson team -- coached the Flying Eagles to five Class AAA crowns and into seven finals. He sat out the exciting 1995 finale -- the first statewide televised title game -- in which Wheeling Park outlasted the Eagles by 99-96 in three overtimes. Park coach Sam Andy recorded his third crown of a 611-win career. In 1994, Martinsburg bested a DuPont team in the triple-A finals, 79-73, which featured two future pro athletes -- Pro Football Hall of Famer Randy Moss and Jason Williams of the NBA. Martinsburg coach Dave Rogers also won a 2009 title and has more than 760 wins, a state record, and counting through 2019.

In 2003, Matt Shamblin led Class AAA champion Parkersburg South with 40 and 39 points in the final two games.

Since 2000, Huntington won three straight Class AAA titles (2005-07) under coach Lloyd McGuffin. Future University of Kentucky and NBA player Patrick Patterson anchored all three teams and was joined in 2007 by another future NBA player, and Southern California cager, O. J. Mayo. Both earned McDonald's All-America honors and were state Evans Award winners. In the 2007 finale, Mayo scored 41 points in a 103-61 rout of South Charleston.The Highlanders added back-to-back triple-A titles in 2014-15 with guard Tavian Dunn-Martin leading the way.

Huntington, in four straight finals, was halted in a three-peat title bid in 2016 as David Tallman coached Morgantown to its first state Class AAA crown with a 27-0 record.

In 2013, future Clemson University and NBA player Donte Grantham led Martinsburg to a Class AAA championship.

In Class AA, Fairmont Senior advanced to six finals in seven years, including five straight (2015-19), and played Chapmanville in three consecutive title games (2017-19). Chapmanville (27-1) ended the 44-game, two-season winning streak of Fairmont Senior (25-1) in the 2018 finals, 69-60. In 2015, Poca (27-0) became the first unbeaten champion since 1987 with a title for coach Allen Osborne, who has more than 645 wins, and counting, through 2019.

In Class A, Webster County, and coach Michael Gray, recorded the state's first 28-0 record with the school's first state crown in any sport. Single-A championships since 1996 have been dominated by parochial schools with 18 of 24 titles, including 15 of the last 18 crowns. Wheeling Central, which won 21 titles in 32 years competing in the old state Catholic Tournament, captured nine of the Class A titles including the last six by current coach Mel Stephens. Central won four straight titles from 2002-05.


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2017–18 West Virginia Mountaineers men's basketball team

Date
time, TV Rank#Opponent#Result Record High points High rebounds High assists Site (attendance)
city, state Exhibition Oct 28, 2017*
7:30 pmAlbany
Charity exhibitionW 98–67 –
 26 – West  8 – Harris  6 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (5,174)
Morgantown, WVDec 16, 2017*
2:00 pm, AT&TNo. 11 Wheeling JesuitW 98–50 –
  –     –     –    WVU Coliseum (8,502)
Morgantown, WVRegular season Nov 10, 2017*
6:00 pm, ESPNNo. 11 vs. No. 25 Texas A&M
Armed Forces ClassicL 65–88 0–1
 19 – Bolden  6 – Bender/Konate  7 – Carter  Ramstein Air Base (3,128)
Ramstein Air Base, GermanyNov 15, 2017*
7:00 pm, AT&TNo. 24 AmericanW 98–64 1–1
 20 – Carter/Miles Jr.  8 – Harris  7 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (9,180)
Morgantown, WVNov 18, 2017*
7:30 pm, NexstarNo. 24 Morgan StateW 111–48 2–1
 32 – Miles Jr.  7 – Harris  7 – Harler  WVU Coliseum (11,698)
Morgantown, WVNov 20, 2017*
7:00 pm, AT&TNo. 23-T Long Beach State
AdvoCare Invitational campus gameW 91–62 3–1
 22 – West  8 – West  7 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (8,676)
Morgantown, WVNov 23, 2017*
8:30 pm, ESPNewsNo. 23-T vs. Marist
AdvoCare Invitational QuarterfinalsW 84–78 4–1
 20 – Carter  10 – Konate  7 – Miles Jr.  HP Field House (3,348)
Lake Buena Vista, FLNov 24, 2017*
5:00 pm, ESPN2No. 23-T vs. UCF
AdvoCare Invitational semifinalsW 83–45 5–1
 17 – Bolden  9 – Konate  5 – Carter  HP Field House (2,834)
Lake Buena Vista, FLNov 26, 2017*
9:30 pm, ESPN2No. 23-T vs. Missouri
AdvoCare Invitational championship gameW 83–79 6–1
 29 – Carter  10 – Wesley  3 – Carter  HP Field House (2,591)
Lake Buena Vista, FLNov 30, 2017*
7:00 pm, AT&TNo. 19 NJITW 102–69 7–1
 25 – Carter  9 – Carter  6 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (8,882)
Morgantown, WVDec 5, 2017*
7:00 pm, ESPNUNo. 18 No. 15 VirginiaW 68–61 8–1
 23 – Carter  10 – Carter  7 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (12,816)
Morgantown, WVDec 9, 2017*
8:00 pm, ESPN2No. 18 at Pittsburgh
Backyard BrawlW 69–60 9–1
 19 – Carter  8 – West  9 – Carter  Petersen Events Center (7,748)
Pittsburgh, PADec 20, 2017*
7:00 pm, AT&TNo. 10 Coppin StateW 77–38 10–1
 24 – Allen  9 – Allen  4 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (8,102)
Morgantown, WVDec 23, 2017*
12:00 pm, AT&TNo. 10 FordhamW 86–69 11–1
 21 – Miles Jr.  12 – Carter  11 – Konate  WVU Coliseum (11,296)
Morgantown, WVDec 29, 2017
7:00 pm, ESPNUNo. 7 at Oklahoma StateW 85–79 12–1
(1–0)  15 – Allen  9 – Konate  7 – Carter  Gallagher-Iba Arena (8,257)
Stillwater, OKJan 1, 2018
5:00 pm, ESPNUNo. 6 at Kansas StateW 77–69 13–1
(2–0)  22 – Allen  8 – Carter  10 – Carter  Bramlage Coliseum (9,712)
Manhattan, KSJan 6, 2018
7:15 pm, ESPN2No. 6 No. 7 OklahomaW 89–76 14–1
(3–0)  20 – Allen  13 – Konate  10 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (15,106)
Morgantown, WVJan 9, 2018
7:00 pm, ESPN2No. 2 BaylorW 57–54 15–1
(4–0)  12 – Miles Jr./West  12 – Konate  5 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (12,551)
Morgantown, WVJan 13, 2018
2:00 pm, ESPNNo. 2 at No. 8 Texas TechL 71–72 15–2
(4–1)  28 – Carter  11 – Konate  5 – Miles Jr.  United Supermarkets Arena (15,098)
Lubbock, TXJan 15, 2018
9:00 pm, ESPNNo. 6 No. 10 KansasL 66–71 15–3
(4–2)  16 – Konate  10 – Konate  4 – Carter/Miles Jr.  WVU Coliseum (14,115)
Morgantown, WVJan 20, 2018
2:00 pm, CBSNo. 6 TexasW 86–51 16–3
(5–2)  22 – Carter  14 – Konate  8 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (14,001)
Morgantown, WVJan 22, 2018
9:00 pm, ESPNNo. 7 at TCUL 73–82 16–4
(5–3)  16 – Carter  8 – Konate  7 – Carter  Schollmaier Arena (7,368)
Fort Worth, TXJan 27, 2018*
7:00 pm, ESPNNo. 7 Kentucky
Big 12/SEC Challenge/College GamedayL 76–83 16–5
 26 – Carter  6 – Konate  7 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (15,835)
Morgantown, WVJan 31, 2018
7:00 pm, ESPNUNo. 15 at Iowa StateL 77–93 16–6
(5–4)  18 – Carter  8 – Ahmad  9 – Carter  Hilton Coliseum (14,219)
Ames, IAFeb 3, 2018
4:00 pm, ESPN2No. 15 Kansas StateW 89–51 17–6
(6–4)  19 – Konate  9 – Konate  11 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (13,329)
Morgantown, WVFeb 5, 2018
9:00 pm, ESPNNo. 19 at No. 17 OklahomaW 75–73 18–6
(7–4)  17 – West  11 – Konate  8 – Carter  Lloyd Noble Center (10,650)
Norman, OKFeb 10, 2018
12:00 pm, ESPNNo. 19 Oklahoma StateL 85–88 18–7
(7–5)  33 – Carter  7 – Konate  5 – Miles Jr.  WVU Coliseum (13,057)
Morgantown, WVFeb 12, 2018
9:00 pm, ESPN2No. 20 TCUW 82–66 19–7
(8–5)  16 – Allen  6 – Allen/Bender  9 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (11,773)
Morgantown, WVFeb 17, 2018
6:00 pm, ESPNNo. 20 at No. 13 Kansas
ESPN College GameDayL 69–77 19–8
(8–6)  22 – Miles Jr.  6 – 3 tied  7 – Carter  Allen Fieldhouse (16,300)
Lawrence, KSFeb 20, 2018
7:00 pm, ESPN2No. 21 at BaylorW 71–60 20–8
(9–6)  15 – Ahmad/Carter  10 – Konate  4 – Miles Jr.  Ferrell Center (7,519)
Waco, TXFeb 24, 2018
6:00 pm, ESPNUNo. 21 Iowa StateW 85–70 21–8
(10–6)  24 – Carter  11 – Ahmad  3 – Ahmad  WVU Coliseum (14,205)
Morgantown, WVFeb 26, 2018
9:00 pm, ESPN2No. 20 No. 12 Texas TechW 84–74 22–8
(11–6)  21 – Carter  11 – Ahmad  7 – Carter  WVU Coliseum (14,542)
Morgantown, WVMar 3, 2018
12:00 pm, ESPNNo. 20 at TexasL 79–87 OT22–9
(11–7)  15 – West  8 – Konate  6 – Carter  Frank Erwin Center (11,364)
Austin, TXBig 12 TournamentMar 8, 2018
9:00 pm, ESPNU(3) No. 18 vs. (6) Baylor
QuarterfinalsW 78–65 23–9
 21 – Ahmad  8 – Ahmad  11 – Carter  Sprint Center (17,653)
Kansas City, MOMar 9, 2018
9:00 pm, ESPN2(3) No. 18 vs. (2) No. 14 Texas Tech
SemifinalsW 66–63 24–9
 16 – Miles Jr.  7 – Harris  4 – Carter  Sprint Center (18,223)
Kansas City, MOMar 10, 2018
6:00 pm, ESPN(3) No. 18 vs. (1) No. 9 Kansas
ChampionshipL 70–81 24–10
 25 – Miles Jr.  6 – Ahmad  9 – Carter  Sprint Center (17,718)
Kansas City, MONCAA TournamentMar 16, 2018*
4:00 pm, TNT(5 E) No. 15 vs. (12 E) Murray State
First RoundW 85–68 25–10
 21 – Carter  7 – Konate  8 – Carter  Viejas Arena (10,892)
San Diego, CAMar 18, 2018*
9:40 pm, TBS(5 E) No. 15 vs. (13 E) Marshall
Second RoundW 94–71 26–10
 28 – Carter  10 – West  7 – Ahmad  Viejas Arena (11,628)
San Diego, CAMar 23, 2018*
7:27 pm, TBS(5 E) No. 15 vs. (1 E) No. 2 Villanova
Sweet SixteenL 78–90 26–11
 16 – Miles Jr.  9 – Konate  8 – Carter  TD Garden (19,055)
Boston, MA

*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses. E=East.
All times are in Eastern Time.

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Basketball Friday Night in WV

Fayetteville Pirates
32 - 44

BOYS: MADONNA BLUE DONS 44, FAYETTEVILLE PIRATES 32 (A)

Martinsburg Bulldogs
58 - 46

BOYS: UNIVERSITY HAWKS 58, MARTINSBURG BULLDOGS 46 (AAA)

Ravenswood Red Devils
62 - 41

BOYS: RAVENSWOOD RED DEVILS 62, SAINT JOSEPH CENTRAL IRISH 41

Valley (Fayette) Greyhounds
67 - 52

BOYS: WHEELING CENTRAL CATHOLIC MAROON KNIGHTS 67, VALLEY (FAYETTE) GREYHOUNDS 52

Capital CougarsParkersburg South Patriots
85 - 65

BOYS: CAPITAL COUGARS 85, PARKERSBURG SOUTH PATRIOTS 65 (AAA)

66 - 45

BOYS: NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH 66, GILMER COUNTY TITANS 45 (A)

Wyoming East Warriors
65 - 42

BOYS: CHAPMANVILLE TIGERS 65, WYOMING EAST WARRIORS 42 (AA)

Morgantown MohigansGeorge Washington Patriots logo
56 - 45

BOYS: MORGANTOWN MOHIGANS 56, GEORGE WASHINGTON PATRIOTS 45 (AAA)

Bluefield Beavers
59 - 63

BOYS: LINCOLN COUGARS 63, BLUEFIELD BEAVERS 59 (AA)

Fairmont Senior Polar Bears
59 - 39

BOYS: FAIRMONT SENIOR POLAR BEARS 59, HERBERT HOOVER HUSKIES 39 (AA)

Huntington HighlandersMusselman Applemen
65 - 48

BOYS: HUNTINGTON HIGHLANDERS 65, MUSSELMAN APPLEMEN 48 (AAA)

52 - 75

BOYS: MINGO CENTRAL MINERS 75, PHILIP BARBOUR COLTS 52 (AA)

Ravenswood Red Devils
41 - 36

BOYS: RAVENSWOOD RED DEVILS 41, MADONNA BLUE DONS 36 (A)

40 - 57

BOYS: CHAPMANVILLE TIGERS 57, LINCOLN COUGARS 40 (AA)

51 - 73

BOYS: NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH 73, WHEELING CENTRAL CATHOLIC MAROON KNIGHTS 51

Capital CougarsMorgantown Mohigans
52 - 50

CAPITAL COUGARS vs MORGANTOWN MOHIGANS

Fairmont Senior Polar Bears
62 - 44

BOYS: FAIRMONT SENIOR POLAR BEARS 62, MINGO CENTRAL MINERS 44 (AA)

Huntington Highlanders
65 - 73

BOYS: HUNTINGTON HIGHLANDERS 73, UNIVERSITY HAWKS 65 (AAA)

Ravenswood Red Devils
63 - 55

BOYS: NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH 63, RAVENSWOOD RED DEVILS 55 (“A” CHAMPIONSHIP)

Fairmont Senior Polar Bears
59 - 54

BOYS: FAIRMONT SENIOR POLAR BEARS 59, CHAPMANVILLE TIGERS 54 ("AA" CHAMPIONSHIP)

Capital CougarsHuntington Highlanders
42 - 50

BOYS: HUNTINGTON HIGHLANDERS 50, CAPITAL COUGARS 42 (AAA CHAMPIONSHIP)

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YOUR GAME HAS CHANGED!

(H) vs North Catholic HSCentral Catholic Athletic Center . (H) vs Spring Mills HSCentral Catholic Athletic Center . (H) vs Trinity Christian School
Varsity OnlyCentral Catholic Athletic Center . (A) vs North Marion HS . (A) vs Shadyside HS . (A) vs Oak Glen HS . (H) vs Williamstown HSCentral Catholic Athletic Center . (H) vs Shadyside HSCentral Catholic Athletic Center . (A) vs Notre Dame HS . (A) vs Magnolia HS . (H) vs Oak Glen HSCentral Catholic Athletic Center . (H) vs Winfield HSCentral Catholic Athletic Center . (A) vs Dover HS . (H) vs North Marion HSCentral Catholic Athletic Center . (A) vs Weirton HS . (A) vs St. Clairsville HS . (H) vs Notre Dame HSCentral Catholic Athletic Center . (H) vs Opponent TBD
OVAC Class 2A SemifinalsHigher Seed Facility . (H) vs Opponent TBD
OVAC Class 2A FinalsUnion Local High School . (H) vs Weirton HSCentral Catholic Athletic Center . (A) vs Harrison Central HS . (H) vs Charleston Catholic HSCentral Catholic Athletic Center .
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The 2017 high school boys basketball state tournament schedule from the Charleston Civic Center.

 

Wednesday, March 15 – Quarterfinals

Game 1 (Class A): 9:30 a.m. – No. 3 Fayetteville (24-0) vs. No. 6 Madonna (17-8)

Game 2 (Class AAA): 11:15 a.m. – No. 2 University (23-2) vs. No. 7 Martinsburg (17-8)

Game 3 (Class A): 1 p.m. – No. 2 Ravenswood (22-2) vs. No. 7 St. Joseph Central (17-9)

Game 4 (Class A): 5:30 p.m. – No. 1 Wheeling Central (23-2) vs. No. 8 Valley Fayette (16-10)

Game 5 (Class AAA): 7:15 p.m. – No. 1 Capital (21-4) vs. No. 8 Parkersburg South (14-11)

Game 6 (Class A): 9 p.m. – No. 4 Notre Dame (20-5) vs. No. 5 Gilmer County (21-4)

 

Thursday, March 16 – Quarterfinals

Game 7 (Class AA): 9:30 a.m. – No. 3 Chapmanville (21-4) vs. No. 6 Wyoming East (15-10)

Game 8 (Class AAA): 11:15 a.m. – No. 4 Morgantown (19-6) vs. No. 5 George Washington (19-6)

Game 9 (Class AA): 1 p.m. – No. 2 Bluefield (22-3) vs. No. 7 Lincoln (12-13)

Game 10 (Class AA): 5:30 p.m. – No. 1 Fairmont Senior (22-3) vs. No. 8 Herbert Hoover (13-13)

Game 11 (Class AAA): 7:15 p.m. – No. 3 Huntington (19-5) vs. No. 6 Musselman (21-4)

Game 12 (Class AA): 9 p.m. – No. 4 Philip Barbour (22-3) vs. No. 5 Mingo Central (19-6)

 

Friday, March 17 – Semifinals

Game 13 (Class A): 9:30 a.m. – Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 3

Game 14 (Class AA): 11:15 a.m. – Winner of Game 7 vs. Winner of Game 9

Game 15 (Class A): 1 p.m. – Winner of Game 4 vs. Winner of Game 6

Game 16 (Class AAA): 5:30 p.m. – Winner of Game 5 vs. Winner of Game 8

Game 17 (Class AA): 7:15 p.m. – Winner of Game 10 vs. Winner of Game 12

Game 18 (Class AAA): 9 p.m. – Winner of Game 2 vs. Winner of Game 11

 

Saturday, March 18 – Championship Saturday

12 p.m. – Class A boys basketball state championship

2:30 p.m. – Class AA boys basketball state championship

7:15 p.m. – Class AAA boys basketball state championship

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By DOUG HUFF

WVSWA.org



Questions

(Answers below)


1. Name the five players who helped teams win state championships the same years they led the state in season game scoring average.

2. Name two coaches who guided state championship teams in boys and girls tournaments.

3. The team which set a state record for game point average didn't win a championship. Name the team, year and average.

4. Two coaches who won boys basketball crowns also guided teams in two other sports to state championships. Who were they?

5. Who was the first African-American athlete to play in the state public school tournament?

6, Five coaches who won state titles also recorded more than 600 career victories. Name them.

7. Two players who competed in the state tournament were pro draftees in two sports. Name them and the sports.

8. Name a coach who guided an unbeaten football team the same calendar year he piloted a state basketball title squad.

9. Who was the tallest player to earn All-Tournament honors?

10. One high school conference produced all three state champions in a season. Name the year, conference and schools.

Answers

1. The five players who led title teams the same year they paced the state in season game scoring average were Jerry West of East Bank (1956), Bill Maphis of Romney (1960), Herbie Brooks of Mullens (1983), Ted Talkington of Magnolia (2003), and O.J. Mayo of Huntington (2007).

2. Coaches who led teams to titles in boys and girls tournaments were Carl Clark and Clyde “Hard Times” Green. Clark led Stonewall Jackson to girls titles in 1983 and 1984 and Capital to boys crowns in 2000 and 2001, all in Class AAA. Green coached the Romney boys to the 1960 Class AA crown and the Morgantown girls to a 1977 Class AAA title.

3. In 1972, the Northfork boys basketball team set a state standard by averaging 100.7 points a game but the Blue Demons lost in the Class AA regional tournament finals to eventual state champion Mullens, 64-58.

4. Hol Slutz guided Huntington to state one-class football, basketball and track crowns in the 1930-31 school year. Burdell “Jimmy” Carey led Weir High to five state championships in three sports: Class AAA basketball (1963), Class AAA football (1957, 1960-61), and one-class baseball (1959).

5. Bill Lewis competed for Grafton in the 1955 tournament in Huntington. The Bearcats lost in the largest Class A quarterfinals to Keyser, 45-37.

6. The coaches who won state titles and also surpassed 600 career victories were Jerome Van Meter of Woodrow Wilson, Sam Andy of Wheeling and Wheeling Park, Dave Rogers of Martinsburg, Mick Price of Ravenswood and Allen Osborne of Poca.

7. Ron “Fritz” Williams of Weir was a pro draft choice in basketball and football while Vernell “Bimbo” Coles of Greenbrier East was a draftee in basketball and baseball. Williams was drafted in 1964 out of West Virginia University and Coles was selected in 1990 out of Virginia Tech.

8. Bob Sullivan coached Magnolia to the 1961 state Class AA basketball crown before guiding the 1961 Blue Eagle football team to a 10-0 record.

9. Earl Jones, a junior and prep All-American at Mount Hope, was listed at 6-foot-11 in 1979 when he earned Class A all-tournament in Morgantown.

10. In 1987, three members of the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference, the nation's largest functional conference, captured championships -- Brooke in Class AAA, Wheeling Central in Class AA, and Class A Paden City, which finished unbeaten.



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