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Records
The individual,team records, and PHS History are current as of March 2, 2014.

Friday, March 28
2013-2014 AAA All-State

Congratulations to junior Alexis Schoolcraft and freshman Brittany Sanders for being named to the 2013-2014 honorable mention all-state lists.

 

First Team

Taryn McCuthean  Soph.   Parkersburg South

Mariah Callen  Sr.            University

Keya Bartlett   Jr.        Parkersburg South

Olivia Seggie  JR.            Morgantown

Maddie Morris  JR.         Spring Valley

Sarah Kelly   JR.             Spring Valley

Shayna Gore  Jr.             Logan

Abby Watson  Jr.            Hurricane

 

Second Team

Chaunte McDowell  Sr.     Greenbrier East

Angela Steffileno  Jr.      Brooke

Sydney Nunley       Jr.      Greenbrier East

Dazho Congleton  Soph.     Huntington

Tori Derrow         Soph.    John Marshall

Carly Elliott          Sr.       Hedgesville

Monica Mitchell    Soph    Logan

Kristen Nunn        Jr.        Martinsburg

 

Third Team

Sierra Jordan       Sr.      Cabell Midland

Morgan Hilton       Jr.       Shady Spring

Torri Wilson        Soph     St.  Albans

Haylea Roberson   Jr.       Winfield

Anna Hayton        Soph     Parkersburg South

Emily Pitkin          Sr.        Cabell Midland

Shelby Boyle       Soph      University

Sydney Holloway  Soph     Morgantown

 

Honorable Mention

Alexis Schoolcraft     Jr.      Preston

Brittany Sanders        Fr.      Preston

Courtney Reed           Jr.      Buckhannon-Upshur

Brooklyn Perkey        Soph    Lewis County 

Shae Chico                Sr.       University

Sammie Parks            Jr.      Morgantown

Morgan Adams          Jr.       Washington

Bailey Filben            Soph     John Marshall

Emily Winters          Sr.       John Marshall

Chloe Honaker          Sr.       Greenbrier East 

Savannah Shamblin   Jr.      Nitro

Sarah Williams         Sr.       Ripley

Brooke Kurucz       Soph      Parkersburg

Katelyn Byrd           Soph    Parkersburg South

Alana Mobayed        Jr.       George Washington

Brittany Wood         Jr.       Riverside

Breanna Propst        Soph     St. Albans

Aaliyah Dunham       Fr.       South Charleston

Taliah Cashwell        Soph    South Charleston

Jaylyn Copeland        Fr.      Spring Mills

Jordyn Dawson         Fr.       Huntington

Kassidy Lemons        Jr.        Spring Valley

Stephanie Bias         Sr.        Cabell Midland

Ericka Budd            Soph      Huntington

Essence Underwood   Sr.     Martinsburg

Taylor Ferguson       Jr.       Martinsburg

Ericka Gordon        Soph      Hampshire

Aaliyah Williams     Fr.         Woodrow Wilson

Rebekah Cook         Soph       Woodrow Wilson

Ashley Culicerto       Sr.        Princeton

Kaitlyn Goodman                    Oak Hill

Abigail Gwynn           Jr.        Shady Spring

Alex Gray                 Fr.        Capital 



Friday, March 28
Other All-State Players We Played Against

AA

 

First Team

Kaden Whaley     Jr.      Fairmont Senior 

Lexi Carr             Sr.     Keyser

Emily Knight        Sr.      Lincoln

 

Second Team

Megan Haller                 Soph     North Marion

Anna Marie Mocsufo      Sr.        North Marion

Emily Stoller                  Jr.        Fairmont Senior

 

Thrid Team

Hannah Griffith      Soph    Grafton 

Lexi Taylor               Sr.     Keyser

 

Honorable Mention

Makayla McElwayne     Sr.   Lincoln

Hayley Hanning            Sr.   Lincoln

Kelsey Morrone           Sr.   Fairmont Senior

Presley Tuttle             Fr.   North Marion

Noca Singleton            Sr.   North Marion

Felicity Van Gilder    Soph   East Fairmont

Brooklyn Weaver        Jr.    East Fairmont

Hannah Fetty              Jr.    Bridgeport

Kaelyn Drainer          Soph   Grafton

Tessa Clark               Soph   Grafton

Tyiana Horton           Soph   Fairmont Senior

Corin Todd                Soph   Robert C Byrd

 

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Third Team

Madie Pritt               Jr.    Fayetteville 

 



Monday, March 17
Big Ten All Conference Awards

Coach of the year -- Cory Hines, Fairmont Senior

Player of the year -- Emily Stoller, Fairmont Senior

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1st Team All Conference

Emily Stoller, JR -- Fairmont Senior

Corin Todd, Soph -- Robert C Byrd

Emily Knight, SR -- Lincoln

Hannah Fetty, JR -- Bridgeport

Megan Haller, Soph -- North Marion

Anna Marie Moscufo, SR -- North Marion

Brooklyn Perkey, Soph -- Lewis County

Hannah Griffith, Soph -- Grafton

Kaden Whaley, JR -- Fairmont Senior

Makayla McElwayne, SR -- Lincoln

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2nd Team All Conference

Alexis Schoolcraft, JR -- Preston

Logan Dudley, Soph -- Elkins

Shayla Hinterer, JR -- Robert C Byrd

Kaylynn Drainer, Soph -- Grafton

Morgan Cox, SR -- Grafton

Hayley Hanning, SR -- Lincoln

Chelsea Mayle, FR -- Philip Barbour

Felicity Van Gilder, Soph -- East Fairmont

Brooklyn Weaver, JR -- East Fairmont

Bailey Frederick, Soph -- East Fairmont

Megan Wilfong, JR -- Buckhannon-Upshur

Ty Horton, Soph -- Fairmont Senior

Kelsey Morrone, SR -- Fairmont Senior

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All Freshman Team

Brittany Sanders -- Preston

Presley Tuttle -- North Marion

Quinn Stalnaker -- Bridgeport

Christa Tobin -- North Marion

Hope Bray -- Lincoln

Chelsea Mayle -- Philip Barbour

Lauryn Antlock -- East Fairmont

Erica Bowles -- Fairmont Senior

Gianina Renzelli -- Bridgeport

Makayla Reynolds -- Buckhannon-Upshur

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All Defensive Team

Kaitlyn Workman, SR -- Preston

Shayla Hinterer, JR -- Robert C Byrd

Noca Singleton, SR -- North Marion

Emily Knight, SR -- Lincoln

Ty Horton, Soph -- Fairmont Senior

Jasmine Johnson, Soph -- Fairmont Senior

Alexis Rumbach, FR -- Lewis County

Megan Wilfong, JR -- Buckhannon-Upshur

Felicity Van Gilder, Soph -- East Fairmont

Kaylynn Drainer, Soph -- Grafton

Logan Dudley, Soph -- Elkins

Hannah Fetty, JR -- Bridgeport

Brooke Pomp, FR -- Philip Barbour



Thursday, March 13
Final Big Ten Scoring Offense and Scoring Defense Rankings

Scoring Offense

1.  Fairmont Senior     70.6

2.  North Marion        67.5

3.  Lincoln                   59.6

4.  Grafton                 54.8

5.  Lewis County         48.7

6.  East Fairmont       48.2

7.  Bridgeport            47.7

8.  Preston                 46.7

9.  Robert C Byrd       43.4

10. Philip Barbour       40.0

11. Buckhannon           39.3

12. Elkins                   36.4

13. Liberty                23.8

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Scoring Defense

1.  Grafton                37.4

2.  Lincoln                 41.6

3.  Bridgeport           41.7

4.  Fairmont Sr.        41.9

5.  Preston                43.0

6.  Robert C Byrd      43.6

7.  North Marion       44.4

8.  East Fairmont      47.0

9.  Liberty                 49.5

10. Elkins                   50.7

11. Philip Barbour       51.6

12. Buckhannon          53.6

13. Lewis County       56.8 

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Sectional opponents scoring

scoring offense

University                 64.6

John Marshall           59.3

Morgantown              49.6

sectional opponents scoring defense

Morgantown               43.4

University                  44.4

John Marshall            58.2



Sunday, March 2
Final WVMETRONEWS Power Index AAA

overall state rankings in ().  click on headline for link 

1.  Parkersburg South (1)

2.  University (2)

3.  Spring Valley (3)

4.  Huntington (4)

5.  South Charleston (5)

6.  Greenbrier East (6)

7.  St. Albans (8)

8.  Martinsburg (9)

9.  Morgantown (11)

10. Cabell Midland (14)

11. Logan (19)

12. Nitro (21)

13. Spring Mills (23)

14. George Washington (24)

15. Jefferson (27)

16. Preston (29)

17. John Marshall (31)

18. Hurricane (32)

19. Winfield (42)

20. Wheeling Park (44)

21. Parkersburg (47)

22. Hampshire (51)

23. Musselman (56)

24. Brooke (61)

25. Capital (62)

26. Woodrow Wilson (68)

27. Washington (69)

28. Hedgesville (70)

29. Buckhannon-Upshur (75)

30. Shady Spring (84)

31. Lincoln County (88)

32. Riverside (94)

33. Ripley (97)

34. Lewis County (102)

35. Princeton (103)

36. Oak Hill (113)

37. Elkins (121)

38. Point Pleasant (124)

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others on schedule overall ranking

Fairmont Senior (7)

North Marion (12)

Keyser (13)

Lincoln (17)

Grafton (28)

Robert C Byrd (30)

Bridgeport (36)

Fayetteville (50)

East Fairmont (53)

Philip Barbour (83)

Liberty (114)

 



Monday, February 24
AAA Coaches Poll for February 23, 2014

1.  Parkersburg South

2.  Greenbrier East

3.  University

4.  Spring Valley

5.  Martinsburg

6.  Huntington

7.  South Charleston

8.  St. Albans

9.  Morgantown

10. Logan

11. Cabell Midland

12. Preston

13. George Washington

14. John Marshall

15. Nitro



Monday, February 17
Reschedule
Game at Buckhannon-Upshur has been rescheduled for Wednesday February 19th.  Lincoln has been rescheduled for Friday February 21st.

Monday, February 17
AAA AP Poll for February 17, 2014

1.  Parkersburg South

2.  Greenbrier East

3.  Spring Valley

4.  University

5.  Martinsburg

6.  Huntington

7.  South Charleston

8.  St. Albans

9.  Morgantown

10. Logan

11. Cabell Midland

12. Preston

13. Spring Mills



Monday, February 17
Big Ten Individual Statistics as of Februar 16th *courtesy of the Clarksburk Exponent Telegram

*Not all teams participated*

Scoring

1.  Megan Haller       17.1  NM

2.  Corin Todd          15.8  RCB

3.  Brooklyn Perkey  15.4  LC

4.  Hannah Griffith   14.1  Grafton

5.  Emily Knight        12.4  Lincoln

6.  Makayla McElwayne  12.1  Lincoln

7.  Hayley Hanning    11.4  Lincoln

8.  Brittany Sanders   10.4  Preston

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Free Throw Percentage (Minimum of 25 attempts)

1.  Megan Haller        85%  NM

2.  Kaelyn Drainer     79%  Grafton

3.  Makayla McElwayne  74%  Lincoln

4.  Brooklyn Perkey    73%  LC

5.  Morgan Cox         72%  Grafton

6.  Emily Knight        72%  Lincoln

7.  Gianina Renzelli    71%  Bridgeport

8.  Hope Bray           68%  Lincoln

9.  Caitlyn Lampinen   66%  BU

10. Hope Chalfant     65%  Bridgeport

11. Corin Todd          65%  RCB

12. Shayla Hinterer  64%  RCB

13. Quinn Stalnaker   63%  Bridgeport

14.  Cara Egress        62%  NM

15. Anna Marie Moscufo  62%  NM

16. Alexis Schoolcraft   61%  Preston

17. Presley Tuttle       61%  NM

18. Karlee Good           59%  Preston

19. Samantha Buffey   57%  RCB

20. Courtney Reed       56%  BU

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3 Pointers Made

1.  Megan Haller             45  NM

2.  Makayla McElwayne   31  Lincoln

3.  Hope Chalfant           25  Bridgeport

4.  Emma McClelland       23  Preston

5.  Presley Tuttle           21  NM

6.  Sierra Gabbert          20  Grafton

7.  Christa Tobin            16  NM

8.  Kaelyn Drainer          15  Grafton

9.  Karlee Good               15  Preston

10. Corin Todd               14  RCB

11. Karli Hamrick           13  LC

12. Marlee McCrobie      12  Preston

13. Shae Tomasik           12  Bridgeport

14. Lauren Wickenhofer  12  Bridgeport

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Rebounds

1.  Shayla Hinterer         9.3  RCB

2.  Megan Wilfong          9.2  BU

3.  Anna Marie Moscufo   8.1  NM

4.  Hayley Hanning          8.0  Lincoln

5.  Quinn Stalnaker         7.2  Bridgport

6.  Hannah Griffith         7.1  Grafton

7.  Tessa Clark                6.9  Grafton

8.  Emily Knight               6.7  Lincoln

9.  Makayla Reynolds       6.6  BU

10. Noca Singleton          6.4  NM

11. Hannah Fetty             6.2  Bridgeport

12. Alexis Rumbach         6.1  LC

13. Brittany Sanders       6.1  Preston

14. Alexis Schoolcraft     5.9  Preston

15. Shyanne Elsey             5.8  Grafton

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Assists

1.  Morgan Cox                  4.9  Grafton

2.  Emily Knight                4.7  Lincoln

3.  Kaitlyn Workman          3.9  Preston

4.  Corin Todd                   3.6  RCB

5.  Samantha Buffey         3.3  RCB

6.  Hope Bray                    3.2  Lincoln

7.  Gianina Renzelli            3.2  Bridgeport

8.  Megan Haller                3.1  NM

9.  Brooklyn Perkey            2.6  LC

10. Hannah Griffith           2.4  Grafton

11. Michaela Reger             2.4  BU

12. Alexis Schoolcraft       2.3  Preston

13. Karli Hamrick               2.3  LC

14. Mackensey Hess          2.3  NM

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Steals

1.  Kaitlyn Workman           4.6  Preston

2.  Corin Todd                    3.9  RCB

3.  Brooklyn Perkey            3.7  LC

4.  Hannah Griffith            3.6  Grafton

5.  Hope Bray                     3.3  Lincoln

6.  Samantha Buffey          3.3  RCB

7.  Morgan Cox                   3.1  Grafton

8.  Kaelyn Drainer              3.1  Grafton

9.  Emily Knight                  3.1  Lincoln

10. Hayley Hanning             2.8  Lincoln

11.  Makayla McElwayne      2.5  Lincoln 

 



Monday, February 17
AAA Coaches Poll for the week of February 17, 2014

1.  Parkersburg South

2.  Spring Valley

3.  University

4.  Greenbrier East

5.  Martinsburg

6.  St. Albans

7.  Huntington

8.  South Charleston

9.  Morgantown

10. Logan

11. Cabell Midland

12. Preston

13. George Washington

14. Nitro



Thursday, February 13
AAA AP Poll for February 10

1.  Parkersburg South

2.  Greenbrier East

3.  Spring Valley

4.  University

5.  Huntington

6.  Martinsburg

7.  Morgantown

8.  Logan

9.  South Charleston

10. Cabell Midland

10. St. Albans

12. Preston

13. Nitro

14. Spring Mills



Monday, February 10
WVmetronews Power Index #2 as of February 10, 2014 *with Link

Rankings is for AAA.  The number in () will be that schools ranking for all classifications in the state.  Power index takes into consideration wins and losses and strength of schedule.

AAA Rankings

1.  Parkersburg South  (1)

2.  University  (2)

3.  Huntington  (3)

4.  South Charleston  (5)

5.  Spring Valley  (6)

6.  Greenbrier East  (8)

7.  Morgantown  (10)

8.  Martinsburg  (11)

9.  St.  Albans  (14)

10. Preston  (15)

11. Logan  (17)

12. Cabell Midland (18)

13. Nitro  (23)

14. Hurricane (28)

15. Jefferson  (30)

16. Spring Mills  (33)

17. John Marshall (35)

18. George Washington  (38)

19. Winfield  (42)

20. Wheeling Park (47)

21. Hampshire  (54)

22. Parkersburg  (56)

23. Capital  (60)

24. Lincoln County  (63)

25. Washington  (65)

26. Musselman  (71)

27. Woodrow Wilson  (72)

28. Buckhannon-Upshur  (76)

29. Hedgesville  (78)

30. Shady Spring (79)

31. Ripley  (86)

32. Brooke (102)

33. Elkins  (108)

34. Lewis County  (110)

35. Oak Hill  (111)

36. Riverside  (117)

37. Princeton  (123)

38. Point Pleasant  (124)

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Other teams on our schedule and their rankings

Fairmont Senior (#1 in AA and #4 overall)

North Marion (#4 in AA and #12 overall)

Keyser (#5 in AA and #13 overall)

Lincoln (#6 in AA and #16 overall)

Grafton (#27 overall)

Robert C Byrd (#29 overall)

Bridgeport (#48 overall)

Fayatteville (#51 overall)

East Fairmont  (#52 overall)

Philip Barbour (#74 overall)

Liberty  (#114 overall)



Monday, February 10
AAA Coaches Poll for February 10, 2014

1.  Parkersburg South

2.  Spring Valley

3.  University

4.  Greenbrier East

5.  Martinsburg

6.  St. Albans

7.  Huntington

8.  South Charleston

9.  Morgantown

10. Logan

11. Preston

12. Cabell Midland

13. Nitro

14. John Marshall

15. George Washington

 



Monday, February 10
Big Ten Standings as of February 9, 2014 *courtesy of WDTV and WV Radio

1.  Fairmont Senior     9-0   (14-1)

2.  Preston                 8-0   (12-4)

3.  North Marion        8-1   (15-2)

4.  Lincoln                 6-2   (12-2)

5.  Robert C Byrd      6-4   (9-9)

6.  Grafton                5-4   (10-4)

7.  East Fairmont       4-5   (8-8)

8.  Bridgeport           3-5   (8-8)

9.  Lewis County        3-5   (3-10)

10. Philip Barbour      3-7  (5-12)

11. Buckhannon          2-7   (6-9)

12. Elkins                  2-8  (3-13)

13. Liberty               0-11  (1-18)



Monday, February 10
Lincoln Reschedule
Lincoln has been rescheduled for February 15th.

Monday, February 3
AAA AP Poll for February 3rd

1.  Parkersburg South

2.  Greenbrier East

3.  University

4.  Huntington

5.  Spring Valley

6.  Martinsburg

7.  Cabell Midland

8.  Logan

9.  Morgantown

10. Nitro

11. South Charleston

12. St. Albans

13. Preston



Monday, February 3
Big Ten Standings as of February 2nd *Courtesy of WV Radio and WDTV

Big Ten Conference record will be listed first with overall record second and in ()

1.  Fairmont Senior     8-0  (13-1)

2.  Preston                 7-0  (10-4)

3.  North Marion        7-1  (14-2)

4.  Lincoln                  6-1  (10-1)

5.  Robert C Byrd      6-4  (9-6)

6.  Grafton                4-3  (8-3)

7.  East Fairmont       4-5  (7-7)

8.  Lewis County         3-4  (3-7)

9.  Bridgeport            3-5  (6-7)

10. Philip Barbour       3-7  (4-11)

11. Buckhannon           2-7  (4-8)

12. Elkins                   2-7  (3-11)

13. Liberty                0-11  (1-17)



Monday, February 3
Big Ten Scoring Offense/Defense as of February 3rd

Scoring Offense

1.  Fairmont Senior     71.9

2.  North Marion        71.1

3.  Lincoln                  68.5

4.  Grafton                56.1

5.  East Fairmont       49.6

6.  Preston                 48.5

7.  Robert C Byrd      48.4

8.  Bridgeport            48.3

9.  Lewis County         44.3

10. Philip Barbour       40.3

11. Buckhannon           36.5

12. Elkins                   35.9

13. Liberty                21.2

Scoring Defense

1.  Grafton                 36.4

2.  Preston                 38.1

3.  Fairmont Senior     40.6

4.  Robert C Byrd      42.2

5.  Bridgeport            44.2

6.  East Fairmont        44.5

7.  Lincoln                  44.8

8.  North Marion        46.3

9.  Liberty                49.0

10. Elkins                   50.1

11. Lewis County         51.0

12. Philip Barbour      51.8

13. Buckhannon           55.1



Sunday, February 2
Preston vs. Philip Barbour on Feb. 4th
There will be no jv game at philip barbour on the 4th.  The preston boys varsity will play at 545 with the preston girls varsity playing after.

Tuesday, January 28
Area Leaders As of January 28, 2014 *Courtesy of the Dominion Post

Scoring

1.  Mariah Callen     18.2    UHS

2.  Jackie Halapy    14.1    TCS

3.  Katlyn Casino     11.0     C-B

4.  Hayley Jones     10.9    C-B

5.  Brittany Sanders   10.5   Preston

6.  Shelby Boyle      10.0    UHS

7.  Sydnay Hollaway   9.4   MHS

8.  McKinley Meadows   9.4   UHS

9.  Brie Giuliani          8.8   MHS

10. Olivia Seggie        8.3    MHS

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3-Pointers Made

1.  Mariah Callen         38    UHS

2.  Brie Giuliani           27    MHS

3.  Sammie Parks        17     MHS

4.  Emma McClelland    13    Preston

5.  Shae Chico            13     UHS

6.  Megan Myers        11     TCS

7.  Cassidy Seamon    10     UHS

8.  Katlyn Casino        10     C-B

9.  Karlee Good           9     Preston

10. Meagan Triplett    9    TCS

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FT Percentage (minimum 10 attempts)

1.  Brie Giulani           86%   MHS

2.  Shae Chico           82%    UHS

3.  Paige Poffenberger   79%   MHS

4.  Jackie Halapy       71%     TCS

5.  Marlo Lively          70%   Preston

6.  Sydney Holloway    69%   MHS

7.  Abigail Barnett      67%   TCS

8.  Mariah Callen         66%   UHS

9.  Hayley Jones          66%   UHS

10. Mackenzie Hill       65%   TCS



Thursday, January 23
1st Edition of the WVmetronews Girls Power Index (1/22/14) *with link*

Click on heading for link to entire rankings complete with strength of schedule and overall scores 

Rankings are for AAA.  Overall state ranking (all classes) will be last in ()

1.  University  (1)

2.  Parkersburg South  (2)

3.  Huntington  (3)

4.  Morgantown  (5)

5.  Greenbrier East  (6)

6.  Logan  (7)

7.  Spring Valley  (10)

8.  Nitro  (11)

9.  Martinsburg  (12)

10.  St. Albans  (13)

11.  South Charleston  (15)

12.  Cabell Midland  (16)

13.  Preston  (19)

14.  Hurricane  (22)

15.  Winfield  (23)

16.  John Marshall  (25)

17.  Spring Mills  (35)

18.  Jefferson  (39)

19.  Hampshire  (50)

20.  Wheeling Park  (51)

21.  Lincoln County  (55)

22.  Woodrow Wilson  (58)

23.  Washington  (59)

24.  Capital  (61)

25.  George Washington  (65)

26.  Musselman  (71)

27.  Hedgesville  (72)

28.  Lewis County  (77)

29.  Ripley  (81)

30.  Parkersburg  (86)

31.  Shady Spring  (89)

32.  Brooke  (93)

33.  Buckhannon  (94)

34.  Riverside  (104)

35.  Elkins  (111)

36.  Oak Hill  (112)

37.  Point Pleasant  (123)

38.  Princeton  (124)   

 

Notable Teams that we play  with overall ranking in ()

Fairmont  Senior (9)

Keyser (14)

North Marion (17)

Lincoln (18)

RCB (28)

Grafton (31)

Bridgeport (46)

East Fairmont (52)

Fayetteville (68)

Philip Barbour (69)

Liberty (116)



Thursday, January 23
Updated Schedule as of 1/23

At North Marion is rescheduled for February 10th.

At Buckhannon has been rescheduled for February 17th.

*Not official but home vs RCB may be on February 20th.



Monday, January 20
Big Ten Team Standings as of January 19, 2014 * courtesy of WV Radio and WDTV

Team standings in order with conference record listed first.  overall record in ()

1.  Fairmont Senior     7-0  (11-1)

2.  Preston                 6-0  (9-4)

3.  Lincoln                  6-1  (9-1)

4.  North Marion        4-1  (11-2)

5.  Robert C Byrd       5-3  (7-5)

6.  Grafton                 3-3  (6-3)

7.  Lewis County          3-3  (3-5)

8.  East Fairmont        4-5  (5-5)

9.  Philip Barbour        3-5  (4-9)

10. Bridgeport             2-4  (5-6)

11. Buckhannon            1-6   (3-6)

12. Elkins                    1-6  (2-10)

13. Liberty                 0-8  (1-14)



Monday, January 20
Big Ten Team Scoring Offense and Scoring Defense as of January 20, 2014

Scoring Offense

1.  Fairmont Senior     70.0

2.  North Marion        64.5

3.  Lincoln                 62.4

4.  Bridgeport            48.8

5.  Preston                 47.5

6.  Grafton                47.1

7.  East Fairmont       45.7

8.  Robert C Byrd      42.5

9.  Lewis County         38.9

10. Philip Barbour       38.2

11. Elkins                    36.1

12. Buckhannon           31.8

13. Liberty                 22.8

 

Scoring Defense

1.  Grafton                 36.6

2.  Preston                 37.9

3.  Fairmont Senior     39.3

4.  Lincoln                  41.7

5.  Lewis County          41.8

6.  North Marion         43.0

7.  Philip Barbour        43.5

8.  East Fairmont         43.8

9.  Bridgeport             44.2

10. Robert C Byrd       44.7

11. Buckhannon             47.1

12. Liberty                  48.9

13. Elkins                    51.3

 



Monday, January 20
AP AAA State Rankings for January 20, 2014

1.  Parkersburg South

2.  Greenbrier East

3.  Huntington

4.  Spring Valley

5.  University

6.  Nitro

7.  Logan

8.  Morgantown

9.  Martinsburg

10. Cabell Midland

11. St. Albans

12. South Charleston

13. Preston

14. George Washington

* other teams on our schedule who is ranked in their class include:

AA

Fairmont Senior #2

North Marion #4

Lincoln #5

Keyser #10

Bridgeport #14

RCB #18

Grafton is #11 in coaches poll

 



Friday, January 17
Big Ten Conference Standings as of 1/11/14 *courtesy of WV Radio

Conference Record listed first.  Overall record listed second and in () 

1.  Fairmont Senior    5-0  (8-1) 

2.  Preston                4-0   (6-4)

3.  Lincoln                 3-1   (6-1)

4.  North Marion       2-1   (9-2)

5.  Grafton                2-1   (5-1)

6.  Lewis County        3-2   (3-4)

7.  Robert C Byrd      3-3   (5-4)

8.  Philip Barbour      3-3   (3-7)

9.  East Fairmont      3-3    (4-3)

10. Bridgeport          1-3    (3-5)

11.  Elkins                 1-3    (2-7)

12. Buckhannon          1-4    (1-4)

13. Liberty               0-7   (1-11)



Friday, January 17
Individual Conference Statistics as of games played through 1/16/14

Individual Stats as of 1/17 for the conference schools that have participated.  *Not all schools are turning in stats to the Clarksburg Exponent Telegram.  Stats are provided by the Clarksburg Exponent Telegram.  East Fairmont, Fairmont Senior, Elkins, Liberty, Philip Barbour did not participate.

 

Scoring

1.  Corin Todd            16.7   RCB

2.  Megan Haller        16.4   NM

3.  Brooklyn Perkey    16.1   Lewis

4.  Hannah Griffith     14.6  Grafton

5.  Emily Knight          11.1   Lincoln

6.  Makayla McElwayne  11.1  Lincoln

7.  Brittany Sanders    10.9  Preston

8.  Hope Bray             10.3  Lincoln

9.  Morgan Cox           10.3  Grafton

10. Hannah Fetty         10.2  Bridgeport

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FT Percentage (minimum 15 attempts)

1.  Megan Haller          90%   NM

2.  Makayla McElwayne  81%  Lincoln

3.  Morgan Cox            73%   Grafton

4.  Hope Chalfant         72%   Bridgeport

5.  Emily Knight           68%   Lincoln

6.  Shayla Hinterer      67%  RCB

7.  Brooklyn Perkey      65%  Lewis

8.  Presley Tuttle         64%  NM

9.  Anna Marie Moscufo   62%  NM

10. Cara Egress            60%  NM

11. Karlee Good             60%  Preston

12. Brittany Sanders     60%  Preston

13. Corin Todd              60%  RCB

14. Kaja Tenney             56%  Lewis

15. Samantha Buffey      55%  RCB

16. Hannah Griffith        54%  Grafton

17. Alexis Schoolcraft    54%  Preston

18. Hayley Hanning         53%  Lincoln

19. Noca Singleton          53%  NM

20. Tory Hershman         50%  Preston

21.  Mackensy Hess         50%  NM

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3-Pointers Made

1.  Megan Haller               37  NM

2.  Hope Chalfant             16  Bridgeport

3.  Makayla McElwayne    13  Lincoln

4.  Christa Tobin              13  NM

5.  Presley Tuttle             13  NM

6.  Emma McClelland         11  Preston

7.  Shae Tomasik              11  Bridgeport

8.  Cara Egress                 9  NM

9.  Kaelyn Drainer             7  NM

10. Tikisha Flint                7  RCB

11. Karlee Good                 7  Preston

12. Mackensy Hess            7  NM

13. Corin Todd                  7  RCB

14. Stephanie Alvaro         6  Bridgeport

15. Siera Gabbert             6  Grafton

16. Karli Hamrick              6  Lewis

17. Alysse Parsons             6  Lincoln

18. Michaela Reger            6 BU

19. Alexis Schoolcraft       5  Preston

20. Marlee McCrobie         5  Preston

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Rebounding

1.  Shayla Hinterer             9.8  RCB

2.  Hayley Hanning              8.4  Lincoln

3.  Quinn Stalnaker            8.1  Bridgeport

4.  Anna Marie Moscufo     7.9  NM

5.  Megan Wilfong             7.5  BU

6.  Alexis McDaniels          7.2  BU

7.  Hannah Fetty                6.9  Bridgeport

8.  Hannah Griffith            6.8  Grafton

9.  Makayla Reynolds          6.7  BU

10. Tessa Clark                  6.5  Grafton

11. Alexis Rumbach              6.0  Lewis

12. Emily Knight                  5.7  Lincoln

13. Shyanne elsey                5.5  Grafton

14. Noca Singleton              5.5  NM

15. Hope Bray                      5.0  Lincoln

16. Alexis Schoolcraft         5.0  Preston

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Assists

1.  Morgan Cox                      5.4  Grafton

2.  Emily Knight                     4.4  Lincoln

3.  Kaitlyn Workman              4.2  Preston

4.  Gianina Renzelli                3.6  Bridgeport

5.  Corin Todd                        3.6  RCB

6.  Stephanie Alvaro              3.5  Bridgeport

7.  Samantha Buffey               3.2  RCB

8.  Hope Bray                        3.0  Lincoln

9.  Megan Haller                    3.0  NM

10. Hannah Griffith                2.6  Grafton

11. Karli Hamrick                    2.4  Lewis

12. Mackensy Hess                 2.3  NM

13. Makayla McElwayne          2.2  Lincoln

14. Alexis Schoolcraft            2.1  Preston

15. Kaelyn Drainer                  2.1  Grafton

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Steals

1.  Kailtyn Workman                5.1  Preston

2.  Hannah Griffith                 4.4  Grafton

3.  Brooklyn Perkey                 4.3  Lewis

4.  Kaelyn Drainer                   4.1  Grafton

5.  Corin Todd                         3.9  RCB

6.  Hope Bray                         3.6  Lincoln

7.  Samantha Buffey                3.4  RCB

8.  Morgan Cox                       3.4  Grafton

9.  Hayley Hanning                  2.7  Lincoln

10. Makayla McElwayne          2.6  Lincoln

11. Karlee Good                       2.4  Preston

12. Emily Knight                      2.3  Lincoln

13. Karli Hamrick                    2.2  Lewis

14. Hannah Fetty                     2.1  Bridgeport

15. Hope Chalfant                   2.0  Bridgeport

16. Shawna Graham                 2.0  Grafton

 

 



Tuesday, January 14
Jan. 13th AP Poll

AP Poll

1.  Parkersburg South

2.  Greenbrier East

3.  Huntington

4.  Spring Valley

5.  University

6.  Martinsburg

7.  Logan

8.  Nitro

9.  Morgantown

10. Cabell Midland

11. South Charleston

12. Preston

13. John Marshall

14. Spring Mills



Wednesday, January 8
Area Leaders as of January 6th

Here are the area leaders courtesy of the Dominion Post.  The area teams consist of Preston, Morgantown, University, Clay-Battelle, and Trinity.

Scoring

1.  Mariah Callen        17.5     University

2.  Jackie Halapy       11.9     Trinity

3.  Brittany Sanders   11.1      Preston

4.  Shelby Boyle         10.5     University

5.  Sydney Holloway    9.8      Morgantown

6.  Peyton Konchesky    9.6     Trinity

7.  Hayley Jones         9.4      Clay-Battelle

8.  Kaitlyn Casino        9.4      Clay-Battelle

9.  McKinley Meadows   8.6    University

10. Brie Guiliani           8.1      Morgantown

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3-point leaders

1.  Mariah Callen          22      University

2.  Brie Guiliani            17      Morgantown

3.  Shae Chico              10      University

4.  Sammie Parks           9      Morgantown

5.  Karlee Good             7      Preston

6.  Cassidy Seamon        7      University

7.  Megan Myers           7      Trinity

8.  Emma McClelland      6      Preston

9.  Paige Poffenberger   6      Morgantown

10. Marlee McCrobie     5     Preston

11. Meagan Triplett       5     Trinity

12. Sarah Miller            5     University

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FT percentage (minimum ten attempts)

1.  Shae Chico              78%     University

2.  Paige Poffenberger  77%    Morgantown

3.  Olivia Seggie          71%     Morgantown

4.  Abigail Barnett       70%    Trinity

5.  Sydney Holloway     68%    Morgantown

6.  McKinley Meadows   64%   University

7.  Shelby Boyle            62%   University

8.  Alexis Schoolcraft    59%   Preston

9.  Brittany Sanders      59%   Preston

10. Mariah Callen           59%  University

11. Karlee Good               58%  Preston



Wednesday, January 8
Conference Individual Statistics as of 1/5/14

All stats are courtesy of the Clarksburg Exponent.  Not all teams are listed becasue they did not participate.  only the Big Ten teams that they have covered or teams that have participated are listed.  those teams participating include Preston, Buckhannon, Grafton, Lewis, Lincoln, Bridgeport, and RCB.  Teams who have not submitted anything are Fairmont Senior, East Fairmont, North Marion, Elkins, and Philip Barbour.

Scoring

1.  Hannah Griffeth     15.4     Grafton

2.  Brooklyn Perkey     15.2     Lewis County

3.  Corin Todd            14.6     RCB

4.  Hope Chalfant       12.3     Bridgeport

5.  Kaelyn Drainer      11.8     Grafton

6.  Hayley Hanning      11.7     Lincoln

7.  Brittany Sanders    11.1     Preston

8.  Hope Bray             10.8     Lincoln

9.  Megan Wilfong      10.8     Buckhannon

10. Morgan Cox          10.0     Grafton

11. Hannah Fetty         10.0     Bridgeport

12. Emily Knight         10.0     Lincoln

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FT Percentage  (minimum of 15 attempts)

1.  Makayla McElwayne     85%     Lincoln

2.  Hope Chalfant             77%     Bridgeport

3.  Shayla Hinterer          70%     RCB

4.  Emily Knight                69%     Lincoln

5.  Brooklyn Perkey          63%     Lewis County

6.  Hannah Griffeth          60%     Grafton

7.  Brittany Sanders         59%     Preston

8.  Alexis Schoolcraft       59%     Preston

9.  Karlee Good                 58%     Preston

10. Tory Hershman            56%     Preston

11. Kaja Tenney                 56%     Lewis County

12. Corin Todd                 56%      RCB

13. Samantha Buffey         53%     RCB

14. Hannah Fetty              52%     Bridgeport

15. Hayley Hanning           52%     Lincoln

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3-pointers made

1.  Hope Chalfant     13     Bridgeport

2.  Karlee Good         7     Preston

3.  Kaelyn Drainer     7     Grafton

4.  Tikisha Flint        6      RCB

5.  Siera Gabbert     6     Grafton

6.  Emma McClelland   6    Preston

7.  Makayla McElwayne  6   Lincoln

8.  Stephanie Alvaro    5    Bridgeport

9.  Karli Hamrick        5     Lewis County

10. Marlee McCrobie    5    Preston

11. Michaela Reger       5    Buckhannon

12. Alexis Schoolcraft    4    Preston

13. Alysse Parsons         4     Lincoln

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Rebounds

1.  Megan Wilfong         11.0     Buckhannon

2.  Hayley Hanning        9.2      Lincoln

3.  Shayla Hinterer       9.1       RCB

4.  Tessa Clark             7.4       Grafton

5.  Hannah Griffeth       7.4      Grafton

6.  Quinn Stalnaker      6.7      Bridgeport

7.  Hannah Fetty          6.5       Bridgeport

8.  Makayla Reynolds    6.5      Buckhannon

9.  Alexis McDaniels     6.0      Buckhannon

10. Emily Knight           5.7      Lincoln

11. Hope Bray               5.5      Lincoln

12. Shyanne Elsey         5.4      Grafton

13. Janel Kittle           5.2      Grafton

14. Courtney Reed        5.0     Buckhannon

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Assists

1.  Morgan Cox            6.6      Grafton

2.  Kaitlyn Workman    4.4     Preston

3.  Emily Knight           4.2     Lincoln

4.  Corin Todd             4.1      RCB

5.  Stephanie Alvaro    3.5     Bridgeport

6.  Samantha Buffey     3.4     RCB

7.  Gianina Renzilli       3.0     Bridgeport

8.  Kaelyn Drainer        2.8     Grafton

9.  Hannah Griffith      2.8      Grafton

10. Karli Hamrick         2.3      Lewis County

11. Alexis Schoolcraft   2.3     Preston

12. Hope Bray             2.2      Lincoln

13. Hope Chalfant        2.0      Bridgeport

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Steals

1.  Kaitlyn Workman      5.3     Preston

2.  Hannah Griffith       4.6     Grafton

3.  Morgan Cox             4.4     Grafton

4.  Brooklyn Perkey       4.3     Lewis County

5.  Hope Bray               4.2     Lincoln

6.  Kaelyn Drainer         4.2     Grafton

7.  Corin Todd               3.9     RCB

8.  Samantha Buffey      3.7     RCB

9.  Makayla McElwayne   2.7    Lincoln

10. Karlee Good             2.6     Preston

11. Stephanie Alvaro      2.5     Bridgeport

12. Hannah Fetty           2.5     Bridgeport

13. Hayley Hanning        2.5     Lincoln

14. Karli Hamrick          2.2     Lewis County

15. Emily Knight            2.2      Lincoln

16. Shawna Graham        2.0     Grafton   



Thursday, January 2
Big Ten Team Scoring Offense and Defense Rankings as of January 1st

PPG (scoring offense)

1.  Fairmont Senior     67.9

2.  North Marion        66.1

3.  Lincoln                  59.7

4.  Grafton                 59.2

5.  Bridgeport             49.4

6.  Preston                  48.6

7.  Lewis County           44.3

8.  Robert C Byrd       42.7

9.  East Fairmont         41.2

10. Philip Barbour        40.6

11. Elkins                     38.4

12. Buckhannon             30.5

13. Liberty                   23.3

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Opponents PPG (scoring defense)

1.  Grafton                    31.4

2.  Bridgeport               37.4

3.  Fairmont Senior        38.4

4.  Preston                    40.7

5.  Lincoln                     42.0

6.  North Marion           42.7

7.  Robert C Byrd          43.3

8.  Philip Barbour          45.1

9.  East Fairmont            45.8

10. Buckhannon               46.0

11. Lewis County             47.5

12. Elkins                       50.9

13. Liberty                     54.6 



Thursday, January 2
Big Ten Individual Statistics as of December 17th

Here are individual stats for the conference as of December 17th.  Not every team participates so some teams in the conference will be omitted.  These are stats only of teams that have participated or been covered by the clarksburg-exponent telegram newspaper.  Stats are courtesy of the exponent telegram.

 SCORING

1.  Corin Todd          RCB     15.8

2.  Hayley Hanning   Lincoln     12.5

3.  Brittany Sanders  Preston   11.8

4.  Hannah Fetty     Bridgeport   11.5

5.  Hope Chalfant    Bridgeport   11.0

6.  Megan Wilfong   Buckhannon   10.8

7.  Shayla Hinterer  RCB         10.5

8.  Hope Bray          Lincoln      10.0

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REBOUNDING

1.  Megan Wilfong     Buckhannon     11.0

2.  Hayley Hanning     Lincoln        9.5

3.  Shayla Hinterer    RCB           8.8

4.  Makayla Reynolds   Buckhannon   6.5

5.  Alexis Schoolcraft  Preston      6.0

6.  Alexis McDaniels    Buckhannon  6.0

7.  Brittany Sanders    Preston       5.8

8.  Corin Todd           RCB           5.5

9.  Courtney Reed      Buckhannon    5.0

10. Quinn Stalnaker   Bridgeport    5.0

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ASSISTS

1.  Kaitlyn Workman    Preston       5.0

2.  Corin Todd            RCB            4.5

3.  Emily Knight          Lincoln        3.3

4.  Lauren Wichenhofer   Bridgeport  3.0

5.  Samantha Buffey    RCB             2.8

6.  Alexis Schoolcraft  Preston        2.5

7.  Hannah Fetty         Bridgeport    2.0

8.  Emma McClelland    Preston         2.0

9.  Makayla McElwayne  Lincoln       2.0

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STEALS

1.  Hope Bray               Lincoln           4.3

2.  Samantha Buffey     RCB               4.0

3.  Corin Todd              RCB               3.8

4.  Kaitlyn Workman     Preston          3.8

5.  Karlee Good            Preston           3.0

6.  Hayley Hanning       Lincoln            3.0

7.  Emily Knight           Lincoln            2.8

8.  Stephanie Alvaro    Bridgeport      2.5

9.  Hannah Fetty         Bridgeport       2.5

10. Makayla McElwayne   Lincoln        2.5

11. Alexis Schoolcraft    Preston          2.0

12. Brittany Sanders      Preston         2.0

13. Azlee Barnard         Lincoln           2.0

14. Lauren Wichenhofer   Bridgeport    2.0

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3-POINTERS MADE

1.  Hope Chalfant           Bridgeort       5

2.  Michaela Reger         Buckhannon     5

3.  Marlee McCrobie      Preston          4

4.  Alysse Parsons          Lincoln           4

5.  Emma McClelland       Preston           3

6.  Alexis Schoolcraft    Preston          3

7.  Tikisha Flint             RCB               3

8.  Makayla McElwayne   Lincoln          3

9.  Hope Bray                Lincoln            2

10. Corin Todd               RCB                2

11. Shae Tomasik           Bridgeport       2

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FT PERCENTAGE (minimum 10 attempts)

1.  Makayla McElwayne     Lincoln      81%

2.  Shayla Hinterer           RCB          74%

3.  Hope Chalfant             Bridgeport   70%

4.  Alexis Schoolcraft      Preston       67%

5.  Emily Knight               Lincoln         65%

6.  Samantha Buffey         RCB            64%

7.  Corin Todd                 RCB              58%

8.  Brittany Sanders         Preston        56%

9.  Karlee Good                Preston         55%

10. Hayley Hanning          Lincoln          50% 



Monday, December 9
All State Volleyball
Congratulations to Emma McClelland for being named to the honorable mention All State volleyball list for the 2013 season.

Monday, December 9
National Honor Society
Congratulations to Alexis Schoolcraft, Marlee McCrobie, and Dixie Shahan for being inducted into the National Honor Society.  They join Kaitlyn Workman who was already inducted.

Sunday, December 1
2013-2014 Big Ten Preseason Poll

Preseason poll as voted on by the coaches.  coaches could not rank their own teams.  teams got 12 points for a first place vote.  11 points for second and ten for third and so on.  The number of first place votes are in ().

1.  Fairmont Senior (6) 137 points

2.  North Marion (4) 130 points

3.  Lincoln (3) 129 points

4.  Grafton 100 points

5.  Bridgeport 96 points

6.  Preston 89 points

7.  Robert C. Byrd 81 points

8.  East Fairmont 59 points

9.  Buckhannon-Upshur 53 points

10. Lewis County 51 points

11. Philip Barbour 36 points

12. Elkins 33 points

13. Liberty 20 points



Sunday, December 1
Top Returning Conference Players

Here are the top returning conference players in each category.  Fairmont Sr., East Fairmont, and Grafton did not submit any players.  This list will exclude those teams.

Scoring

1.  Ann Marie Moscufo (NM) 15.2

2.  Makayla McElwayne (Lin) 13.7

3.  Lyndsay Riley (PB) 12.9

4.  Emily Knight (Lin) 11.6

5.  Megan Haller (NM) 11.0

6.  Raina Young (Bport) 11.0

7.  Haley Hanning (Lin) 10.6

8.  Brooklyn Perkey (LC) 9.9

9.  Karli Hamrick (LC) 9.1

10. Corin Todd (RCB) 7.3

11. Megan Wilfong (BU) 7.0

12. Logan Dudley (Elk) 6.0

13. Shayla Hinterer (RCB) 5.6

14. Kaylee Ritter (Lib) 5.6

15. Alexis Schoolcraft (PHS) 5.0

Rebounding

1.  Ann Marie Moscufo (NM) 10.1

2.  Hayley Hanning (Lin) 9.2

3.  Noca Singleton (NM) 8.5

4.  Megan Wilfong (BU) 8.0

5.  Lyndsay Riley (PB) 7.5

6.  Raina Young (Bport) 7.3

7.  Cassidy Rodriguez (NM) 7.1

8.  Shayla Hinterer (RCB) 7.0

9.  Emily Knight (Lin) 6.9

10.  Kaitlyn Neville (PB) 6.6

11. Logan Dudley (Elk) 6.5

12. Kaitlyn Workman (PHS) 5.4

13. Autumn Jones (Lib) 4.5

14. Corin Todd (RCB) 4.3

15. Alexis Schoolcraft (PHS) 4.2

15. Kaylee Ritter (Lib) 4.2

Assists

1.  Kaitlyn Workman (PHS) 6.4

2.  Lyndsay Riley (PB) 3.2

3.  Celeste Kelley (PB) 2.9

4.  Corin Todd (RCB) 2.6

5.  Makayla McElwayne (Lin) 2.5

6.  Brooklyn Perkey (LC) 2.5

7.  Alexis Schoolcraft (PHS) 2.3

8.  Logan Dudley (Elk) 1.8

9.  Samantha Buffey (RCB) 1.6

10. Emily Knight (Lin) 1.3

Steals

1.  Emily Knight (Lin) 4.0

2.  Corin Todd (RCB) 2.8

3.  Makayla McElwayne (Lin) 2.7

4.  Brooklyn Perkey (LC) 2.5

5.  Raina Young (Bport) 2.5

6.  Kaitlyn Workman (PHS) 2.3

7.  Samantha Buffey (RCB) 2.3

8.  Hayley Hanning (Lin) 2.1

9.  Cassy Rodriguez (NM) 2.0

10. Karli Hamrick (LC) 2.0

11. Shayla Hinterer (RCB) 1.6

12. Karlee Good (PHS) 1.5

13. Alexis McDaniels (BU) 1.2

3 Pointers Made

1.  Megan Haller (NM) 28

2.  Makayla McElwayne (Lin) 24

3.  Karlee Good (PHS) 16

4.  Cassidy Rodriguez (NM) 13

5.  Cara Egress (NM) 12

6.  Alysse Parsons (Lin) 12

7.  Karli Hamrick (LC) 11

8.  Corin Todd (RCB) 10

9.  Jacquelyn Wolfe (Bport) 10

10. Mackensy Hess (NM) 9

11. Lyndsay Riley (PB) 9

12. Karli Litter (BU) 6

FT Percentage

1.  Caitlyn Lampinen (BU) 75%

2.  Raina Young (Bport) 71%

3.  Kaitlyn Neville (PB) 66%

4.  Megan Haller (NM) 65%

5.  Brooklyn Perkey (LC) 65%

6.  Ann Marie Moscufo (NM) 64%

7.  Lyndsay Riley (PB) 62%

8.  Mackensy Hess (NM) 60%

9.  Corin Todd (RCB) 60% 



Friday, November 15
2013-2014 Schedule

December 3rd  vs. Buckhannon-Upshur

December 5th  vs. Northern, MD

December 7th  @ Washington

December 12th  @ East Fairmont

December 19th  vs. Morgantown

December 27th  @ Greenbrier East Christmas Tourney * varsity only

December 28th  @ Greenbrier East Christmas Tourney * varsity only

January 2nd  @ Bridgeport

January 4th  @ John Marshall

January 6th  @ Northern, MD

January 7th  @ North Marion

January 9th  vs. Liberty

January 14th  @ Grafton

January 16th  vs. Elkins

January 21st  @ Buckhannon-Upshur

January 23rd  vs. Robert C Byrd

January 28th  vs. Philip Barbour

January 30th  @ Lincoln

February 4th  @ Philip Barbour

February 6th  vs. Lewis County

February 11th  @ Fairmont Senior

February 13th  vs. University



Monday, September 23
Homecoming
Congrats to Karlee Good for being crowned the 2013 Preston High homecoming queen.

Sunday, June 30
Herbert Hoover Results

Preston Silver vs. St. Albans JV     W 33-29

Preston Black vs. Winfield Varsity     L 41-33

Preston White vs. Braxton County Varsity     W 36-26

Preston Silver vs. Pocahontas County JV     W 46-41

Preston Black vs. St. Albans Varsity     L 44-23

Preston White vs. Herbert Hoover Varsity     L 42-32

Preston Black vs. Princeton Varsity     L 36-35

Preston Silver vs. Herbert Hoover JV     L 41-35

Preston White vs. Pocahontas Co. Varsity     L 54-39



Sunday, June 30
St. Albans Results

Preston vs. Parkersburg     W 35-30

Preston vs. Huntington     L 48-38

Preston vs. Capital     L 38-30

Preston vs. South Charleston     L 49-23

Preston vs. Winfield     W 40-30

Preston vs. Hurricane     L 43-42

Preston vs. George Washington     L 40-28



Monday, June 24
WVU Team Camp Results

WVU Team Camp results: PHS 1 and PHS 2 played in the "Varsity" division and PHS 3 played in the "JV" division.  Congratulations to PHS 3 for being the WVU team camp "JV" divisions champions.

Varsity division

PHS 1

PHS 1 vs. George Washington     W 32-29

PHS 1 vs. Boonsboro (MD)     L 31-26

PHS 1 vs. Delaware Hayes (OH)     L 47-34

PHS 1 vs. Lorain (OH)     W 26-19

PHS 1 vs. Nicholas County     W 62-29

PHS 1 vs. Bethel Park (PA)     L 45-18

PHS 1 vs. Woodgrove (VA)     L 31-27 -- Sweet 16 Round

PHS 2

PHS 2 vs. Bethel Park (PA)     L 70-26

PHS 2 vs. St. Albans     L 52-38

PHS 2 vs. North East (PA)     L 44-29

PHS 2 vs. Washington Impact (PA)     L 63-34

PHS 2 vs. Butler (PA)     L 41-9

PHS 2 vs. Cambria Heights (PA)     L 36-29

PHS 2 vs. Boonsboro (MD)     L 34-27

JV Division

PHS 3

PHS 3 vs. Delaware Hayes 2 (OH)     W 45-26

PHS 3 vs. Woodgrove 2 (VA)     W 27-20

PHS 3 vs. Cambria Heights 2 (PA)     L 38-32

PHS 3 vs. Belle Vernon 2 (PA)     W 47-39

PHS 3 vs. Oak Glen 2    W 42-22

PHS 3 vs. Nicholas County 2     W 33-26

PHS 3 vs. St. Albans 2     W 40-15 -- Elite 8 Round

PHS 3 vs. Lake 2 (OH)     W 50-22 -- Final Four round

PHS 3 vs. Hickory 2 (PA)     W 48-23 -- Championship    



Sunday, June 16
Preston Results Top of Mountain

Preston 1 vs. Tygarts Valley/Elkins/ Grafton Varsity  W 44-24

Preston 2 vs. Tygarts Valley/Elkins/Grafton Varsity  L 38-27

Preston 3 vs. Tygarts Valley/Elkins/Grafton Varsity  L 37-34



Sunday, June 16
Top of the Mountain Bracket Winners

Middle School Girls -- Buckhannon 1

Middle School Boys -- MPB 7

High School Boys -- Triple Threat

High School Girls -- Preston 1



Thursday, June 6
three week schedule update

June 10th -- practice will be from 5:30-8 for everyone.  parent meeting at 5:45.

all other practices (june 11,12,13,17,18,19,20) -- 5-7 will be for those that were on varsity or jv last year.  6-8 will be for those that were on the freshman team or newcomers.  we will do this unless numbers are not too overwhelming and we can combine the groups into one.

June 14-16 tournament at PHS

June 21-23 WVU team camp

June 25-26 St. Albans Shootout (for those that were on varsity last year)

June 27 (28th if needed) Herbert Hoover Shootout (for everyone else except those on varsity last year) 



Wednesday, May 15
Three Weeks
The three week period will begin on June 10th at the high school.  The three weeks is for any interested in trying out for the high school team next year.  It is not mandatory.  Practices will be for the first two weeks monday through thursday from 5-8.  on June 10th there will be a parent meeting as well.  Time is still to be determined.  if you are entering high school i would like a copy of your last years physical.  the practices will be broken up with one group being 5-7 and another group 6-8.  that will be determined soon so check back for updates. 

Wednesday, May 15
Herbert hoover Summer Shootout

Dates will be June 27th and possibly 28th if need be but planning on 27th only. 

other info to follow as i receive it.



Monday, May 6
2012-2013 Team Awards

MVP -- Carly Kelley

Offensive Champion -- MJ Braham

Defensive Champion -- Kaitlyn Workman

Best Teammate -- Jessie Feather

Best Hustler -- Karlee Good

Ironman -- Alexis Schoolcraft



Saturday, March 23
West Virginia All State
Congratulations to the senior trio of MJ Braham, Carly Kelley, and Jessie Feather for being named to the 2012-2013 all state teams.  MJ Braham was named 3rd Team All State.  Carly Kelley and Jessie Feather were named Honorable Mention All State. These seniors helped lead the Knights to a top ten state ranking and highest state ranking in school history at #7 in both the AP and Coaches poll.

Saturday, March 23
All Big Ten
Congratulations to seniors Carly Kelley and MJ Braham for being named to the all conference team for the Big Ten Conference.  Carly was placed on the 1st Team while MJ was named to the 2nd Team.

Friday, March 22
Braham To Become A Senator

Congratulations to senior center MJ Braham who has committed to continue her basketball playing career in college with the Davis & Elkins Senators.  D&E is coached by Jason Asbell.  D&E finished with an overall record of 15-12 losing to Alderson-Broaddus in the first round of the WVIAC tournament.  Her signing will take place in a few weeks with pictures to follow. 



Tuesday, March 12
Final Big Ten Team Stats

Offensive Points Per Game

1.  North Marion     64.8

2.  Fairmont Sr.      57.4

3.  Lincoln               54.7

4.  Robert C Byrd    54.0

5.  Preston               51.1

6.  Bridgeport          47.9

7.  Grafton               44.1

8.  Philip Barbour      41.3

9.  Liberty                40.3

10. Elkins                  38.9

11. East Fairmont      38.8

12. Lewis County       37.6

13. Buckhannon         35.7

Defensive Points Per Game

1.  Bridgeport           33.9

2.  Robert C Byrd     41.0

3.  Preston                43.5

4.  Grafton               44.6

5.  Fairmont Sr.        45.4

6.  Lincoln                 46.9

7.  Buckhannon          47.5

8.  North Marion       49.2

9.  Elkins                    51.1

10. Liberty                52.5

11. Lewis County        54.6

12. East Fairmont     55.0

13. Philip Barbour      57.3



Tuesday, February 5
Various Rankings for Week of 2/5/13

AAA Rankings

WV coaches poll -- # 10

AP Poll -- # 10

Maxpreps -- # 13

USA Today -- #13

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WV coaches poll

1.  Greenbrier East

2.  Spring Valley

3.  Huntington

4.  Morgantown

5.  University 

6.  Parkersburg South 

7.  Princeton

8.  George Washington

9.  Cabell Midland

10. Preston

11. Wheeling Park

12. Logan

13. John Marshall

14. Hedgesville

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AP Poll

1.  Greenbrier East

2.  Spring Valley

3.  Morgantown

4.  Huntington

5.  Princeton

6.  University

7.  Parkersburg South

8.  George Washington

9.  Wheeling Park

10. Preston

11. John Marshall

12. Cabell Midland

13. Parkersburg

14. Logan

15. Hedgesville

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Maxpreps

1.  Morgantown

2.  Greenbrier East

3.  University

4.  Parkersburg South

5.  Spring Valley

6.  Huntington

7.  Wheeling Park

8.  George Washington

9.  Princeton

10. Cabell Midland

11. Logan

12. John Marshall

13. Preston

14. Hedgesville

15. Parkersburg

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USA Today

1.  Morgantown

2.  Greenbrier East

3.  Spring Valley

4.  Parkersburg South

5.  University

6.  Huntington

7.  Wheeling Park

8.  George Washington

9.  Cabell Midland

10. Logan

11. John Marshall

12. Princeton

13. Preston

14. Hedgesville

15. Parkersburg



Tuesday, February 5
Big Ten Leaders as of 2/513

*Stats by Clarksburg-Exponent Telegram that coaches have sent in.

Scoring

1.  Mike Glenn (B'Port) -- 21.5

2.  Heather Hickman (Lib) -- 16.9

3.  Alicia Noble (RCB) -- 16.3

4.  Sarah Barksdale (RCB) -- 15.5

5.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 15.2

6.  Anna Marie Moscufo (NM) -- 15.2

7.  Makayla McElwayne (Lin) -- 13.7

8.  Lindsey Riley (PB) -- 12.9

9.  Carly Kelley (Preston) -- 12.6

10. Emily Knight (Lin) -- 11.6

11. Megan Haller (NM) -- 11.0

12. Raina Young (B'port) -- 11.0

13. Hayley Hanning (Lin) -- 10.6

14. Audia Bartlett (NM) -- 10.4

15. Jessie Feather (Preston) -- 10.2

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FT Percentage

1.  Miki Glenn (B'port) -- 125/153  82%

2.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 25/34  74%

3.  Heather Hickman (Lib) -- 78/107  73%

4.  Raina Young (B'port) -- 42/59  71%

5.  Alicia Noble (RCB) -- 82/123  67%

6.  Kaitlyn Neville (PB) -- 21/32  66%

7.  Megan Haller (NM) -- 24/37  65%

8.  Brooklyn Perkey (LC) -- 32/49  65%

9.  Jessie Feather (Preston) -- 37/58  64%

10. Anna Marie Moscufo (NM) -- 44/69  64%

11. Mikayla Prunty (Lin) -- 19/30  63%

12. Lindsey Riley (PB) -- 43/69  62%

13. Carly Kelley (Preston) -- 20/33  61%

14. Mackensy Hess (NM) -- 29/48  60%

15. Corin Todd (RCB) -- 18/30  60%

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3-Pointers Made

1.  Carly Kelley (Preston) -- 35

2.  Megan Haller (NM) -- 28

3.  Audia Bartlett (NM) -- 26

4.  Makayla McElwayne (Lin) -- 24

5.  Karlee Good (Preston) -- 16

6.  Tori Coulter (B'port) -- 13

7.  Heather Hickman (Lib) -- 13

8.  Cassidy Rodriguez (NM) -- 13

9.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 12

10. Cara Egress (NM) -- 12

11. Alysse Parsons (Lin) -- 12

12. Karli Hamrick (LC) -- 11

13. Corin Todd (RCB) -- 10

14. Jacquelyn Wolfe (B'port) -- 10

15. Mackensy Hess (NM) -- 9

16. Lindsey Riley (PB) -- 9

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Rebounds

1.  Heather Hickman (Lib) -- 11.6

2.  Anna Marie Moscufo (NM) -- 10.1

3.  Hayley Hanning (Lin) -- 9.2

4.  Noca Singleton (NM) -- 8.5

5.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 7.5

6.  Jessie Feather (Preston) -- 7.5

7.  Lindsey Riley (PB) -- 7.5

8.  Raina Young (B'port) -- 7.3

9.  Alicia Noble (RCB) -- 7.1

10. Cassady Rodriguez (NM) -- 7.1

11. Shayla Hinterer (RCB) -- 7.0

12. Emily Knight (Lin) -- 6.9

13. Kaitlynn Neville (PB) -- 6.6

14. Miki Glenn (B'port) -- 6.5

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Assists

1.  Kaitlyn Workman (Preston) -- 6.6

2.  Miki Glenn (B'port) -- 5.5

3.  Mikayla Prunty (Lin) -- 4.6

4.  Audia Bartlett (NM) -- 3.6

5.  Lindsey Riley (PB) -- 3.2

6.  Celeste Kelley (PB) -- 2.9

7.  Sarah Barksdale (RCB) -- 2.7

8.  Corin Todd (RCB) -- 2.6

9.  Makayla McElwayne (Lin) -- 2.5

10. Brooklyn Perkey (LC) -- 2.5

11. Heather Hickman (Lib) -- 2.4

12. Alexis Schoolcraft (Preston) -- 2.3

13. Jessie Feather (Preston) -- 2.1

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Steals

1.  Sarah Barksdale (RCB) -- 4.1

2.  Emily Knight (Lin) -- 4.0

3.  Miki Glenn (B'port) -- 3.8

4.  Mikayla Prunty (Lin) -- 2.8

5.  Corin Todd (RCB) -- 2.8

6.  Audia Bartlett (NM) -- 2.7

7.  Makayla McElwayne (Lin) -- 2.7

8.  Heather Hickman (Lib) -- 2.6

9.  Brooklyn Perkey (LC) -- 2.5

10. Raina Young (B'port) -- 2.5

11. Kaitlyn Workman (Preston) -- 2.3

12. Samantha Buffey (RCB) -- 2.3

13. Hayley Hanning (Lin) -- 2.1

14. Cassady Rodriguez (NM) -- 2.0

15. Karli Hamrick (LC) -- 2.0



Tuesday, February 5
Area Hoop Leaders 2/5/13

*Provided by Dominion Post

Scoring

1.  Mariah Callen (UHS) -- 20.1

2.  Jackie Halapy (Tinity) -- 16.1

3.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 15.2

4.  Leah Taylor (MHS) -- 12.8

5.  MaKayla Wilkins (CB) -- 12.7

6.  Carly Kelley (Preston) -- 12.6

7.  Kayla Boggs (UHS) -- 12.4

8.  Hayley Jones (CB) -- 10.7

9.  Jessie Feather (Preston) -- 10.2

10. Caroline Columbo (MHS) -- 9.6

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3-Point Leaders

1.  Carly Kelley (Preston) -- 35

2.  Mariah Callen (UHS) -- 34

3.  Caroline Columbo (MHS) -- 32

4.  Megan Myers (Trinity) -- 26

5.  Leah Taylor (MHS) -- 20

6.  Meagan Triplett (Trinity) -- 20

7.  Hayley Harrison (UHS) -- 20

8.  Karlee Good (Preston) -- 16

9.  Emily Sabatino (MHS) -- 15

10. Haley Holloway (MHS) -- 14

11. Cassidy Seamon (UHS) -- 14

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FT Percentage

1.  Lexi Kolar (UHS) -- 10/12  83%

2.  Mariah Callen (UHS) -- 75/97  77%

3.  Jackie Halapy (Trinity) -- 44/58 76%

4.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 25/34 74%

5.  Leah Taylor (MHS) -- 62/86 72%

6.  McKinley Meadows (UHS) -- 42/60  70%

7.  Caroline Columbo (MHS) -- 16/23  70%

8.  Kayla Boggs (UHS) -- 46/69  67%

9.  Hayley Jones (CB) -- 16/24 67%

10. Breann Dean (CB) -- 42/64 66%



Tuesday, January 29
Various Rankings As Of 1/29/13

Preston AAA state Rankings for Week of 1/29/13

WV Coaches Poll -- #7

AP Poll -- #7

Maxpreps -- #13

USA Today -- #13

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WV Coaches Poll

1.  Greenbrier East

2.  Spring Valley

3.  Huntington

4.  University

5.  Morgantown

6.  Princeton

7.  Preston

8.  Parkersburg South

9.  George Washington

10.  Wheeling Park

11.  Cabell Midland

12.  Logan

13.  John Marshall

14.  Hedgesville

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AP Poll

1.  Greenbrier East

2.  Spring Valley

3.  Morgantown

4.  Huntington

5.  Princeton

6.  University

7.  Preston

8.  Wheeling Park

9.  George Washington

10.  Parkersburg South

11.  John Marshall

12.  Logan

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Maxpreps (updated on 1/27)

1.  University

2.  Morgantown

3.  Parkersburg South

4.  Spring Valley

5.  Huntington

6.  Wheeling Park

7.  Greenbrier East

8.  Princeton

9.  George Washington

10. Cabell Midland

11.  Logan

12.  John Marshall

13.  Preston

14.  Hedgesville

15.  Parkersburg

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USA Today

1.  University

2.  Morgantown

3.  Greenbrier East

4.  Spring Valley

5.  Huntington

6.  Parkersburg South

7.  Wheeling Park

8.  Princeton

9.  Cabell Midland

10.  Logan

11.  John Marshall

12.  George Washington

13.  Preston

14.  Hedgesville

15.  Martinsburg 

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WDTV Power Poll

1.  Clay-Battelle

2.  University

3.  Morgantown

4.  Bridgeport

5.  Preston

6.  Robert C. Byrd

7.  Tucker County

8.  Fairmont Senior

9.  Lincoln

10.  Gilmer County



Tuesday, January 29
Big Ten Individual Leaders as of 1/29/13

*all stats are from Clarksburg-Exponent Telegram that has been given to them by coaches 

Scoring

1.  Miki Glenn (Bridgeport) -- 22.0

2.  Alicia Noble (RCB) -- 16.5

3.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 16.3

4.  Heather Hickman (Liberty) -- 16.3

5.  Sarah Barksdale (RCB) -- 15.3

6.  Makayla McElwayne (Lincoln) -- 13.9

7.  Carly Kelley (Preston) -- 12.4

8.  Lindsey Riley (PB) -- 12.1

9.  Emily Knight (Lincoln) -- 11.8

10. Raina Young (B'port) -- 11.0

11. Hayley Hanning (Lincoln) -- 10.7

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FT Percentage

1.  Miki Glenn (B'port) -- 118/146  81%

2.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 23/30  77%

3.  Raina Young (B'port) -- 42/59  71%

4.  Heather Hickman (Liberty) -- 74/103  72%

5.  Hayley Hanning (Lincoln) -- 29/43  67%

6.  Brooklyn Perkey (LC) -- 31/47 66%

7.  Alicia Noble (RCB) -- 66/100  66%

8.  Jessie Feather (Preston) -- 31/48  65%

9.  Mikayla Prunty (Lincoln) -- 19/30  63%

10.  Lindsey Riley (PB) -- 34/54  63%

11.  Carly Kelley (Preston) -- 18/29  62%

12.  Kaitlynn Neville (PB) -- 16/26  62%

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3 Pointers Made

1.  Carly Kelley (Preston) -- 28

2.  Makayla McElwayne (Linc) -- 22

3.  Karlee Good (Preston) -- 15

4.  Heather Hickman (Lib) -- 12

5.  Tori Coulter (B'port) -- 11

6.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 10

7.  Karli Hamrick (LC) -- 10

8.  Alysse Parsons (Linc) -- 8

9.  Lindsey Riley (PB) -- 8

10.  Corin Todd (RCB) -- 7

11.  Jacquelyn Wolfe (B'port) -- 7

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Rebounds

1.  Heather Hickman (Lib) -- 11.7

2.  Hayley Hanning (Linc) -- 9.5

3.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 8.2

4.  Jessie Feather (Preston) -- 8.0

5.  Lindsey Riley (PB) -- 7.6

6.  Raina Young (B'port) -- 7.3

7.  Shayla Hinterer (RCB) -- 7.1

8.  Emily Knight (Linc) -- 7.0

9.  Alicia Noble (RCB) -- 6.9

10.  Kaitlynn Neville (PB) -- 6.7

11.  Miki Gleen (B'port) -- 6.6

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Assists

1.  Kaitlyn Workman (Preston) -- 6.7

2.  Miki Glenn (B'port) -- 5.7

3.  Mikayla Prunty (Linc) -- 4.6

4.  Lindsey Riley (PB) -- 3.1

5.  Celeste Kelley (PB) -- 2.9

6.  Sarah Barksdale (RCB) -- 2.8

7.  Corin Todd (RCB) -- 2.5

8.  Heather Hickman (Lib) -- 2.4

9.  Makayla McElwayne (Linc) -- 2.4

10.  Jessie Feather (Preston) -- 2.3

11.  Brooklyn Perkey (LC) -- 2.3

12.  Alexis Schoolcraft (Preston) -- 2.1

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Steals

1.  Sarah Barksdale (RCB) -- 3.9

2.  Emily Knight (Linc) -- 3.9

3.  Miki Glenn (B'port) -- 3.8

4.  Corin Todd (RCB) -- 3.0

5.  Mikayla Prunty (Linc) -- 2.8

6.  Heather Hickman (Lib) -- 2.7

7.  Makayla McElwayne (Linc) -- 2.7

8.  Kaitlyn Workman (Preston) -- 2.6

9.  Samantha Buffey (RCB) -- 2.6

10. Raina Young (B'port) -- 2.5

11. Brooklyn Perkey (LC) -- 2.4

12. Hayley Hanning (Linc) -- 2.2

13. Karli Hamrick (LC) -- 2.0 



Tuesday, January 29
Area Hoop Leaders as of 1/29/13

Stats by the Dominion Post

Scoring

1.  Mariah Callen (UHS) -- 21.1

2.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 16.3

3.  Jackie Halapy (Trinity) -- 16.3

4.  Leah Taylor (MHS) -- 13.6

5.  Makayla Wilkins (CB) -- 13.3

6.  Carly Kelley (Preston) -- 12.4

7.  Kayla Boggs (UHS) -- 12.0

8.  Hayley Jones (CB) -- 10.4

9.  Breann Dean (CB) -- 10.1

10.  Jessie Feather (Preston) -- 9.7

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3 Pointers Made

1.  Mariah Callen (UHS) -- 33

2.  Carly Kelley (Preston) -- 28

3.  Caroline Columbo (MHS) -- 26

4.  Megan Myers (Trinity) -- 20

5.  Leah Taylor (MHS) -- 18

6.  Karlee Good (Preston) -- 15

7.  Meagan Triplett (Trinity) -- 15

8.  Hayley Harrison (UHS) -- 15

9.  Katlyn Casino (CB) -- 12

10. Emily Sabatino (MHS) -- 12

11.  Cassidy Seamon (UHS) -- 12

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FT Percentage

1.  Mariah Callen (UHS) -- 58/74  78%

2.  MJ Braham (Preston) -- 23/30  77%

3.  Jackie Halapy (Trinity) -- 43/57  75%

4.  Leah Taylor (MHS) -- 53/75  71%

5.  Caroline Columbo (MHS) -- 12/17  71%

6.  McKinley Meadows (UHS) -- 37/52  71%

7.  Kayla Boggs (UHS) -- 40/57  70%

8.  Emily Evans (Trinity) -- 9/13  69%

9.  Breann Dean (CB) -- 40/60  67%

10. Jessie Feather (Preston) -- 31-48  65%



Tuesday, January 22
Various Rankings as of 1/22

Rankings for Preston High on 1/22/13

 AAA

WV Coaches Poll -- #7

WV AP Poll -- #9

USA Today Poll -- #12

Maxpreps Poll -- #13

Polls

Coaches Poll

1.  Greenbrier East 

2.  University

3.  Spring Valley

4.  Morgantown

5.  Huntington

6.  Princeton

7.  Preston

8.  Cabell Midland

9.  Wheeling Park

10. John Marshall

others receiving votes: George Washington, Logan, Parkersburg South, Hedgesville

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AP Poll

1.  Greenbrier East

2.  University

3.  Spring Valley

4.  Morgantown

5.  Princeton

6.  Huntington

7.  John Marshall

8.  Wheeling Park

9.  Preston

10. George Washington

others receiving votes: Parkersburg South, Cabell Midland, Logan

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Maxpreps

1.  University

2.  Morgantown

3.  Parkersburg South

4.  Huntington

5.  Spring Valley

6.  Wheeling Park

7.  Greenbrier East

8.  Princeton

9.  Cabell Midland

10. John Marshall

11. George Washington

12. Logan

13. Preston

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USA Today

1.  Morgantown

2.  University

3.  Greenbrier East

4.  Spring Valley

5.  Huntington

6.  Parkersburg South

7.  John Marshall

8.  Princeton

9.  Wheeling Park

10. Logan

11. George Washington

12. Preston

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WDTV Area Power Poll

1.  Clay-Battelle

2.  University

3.  Bridgeport

4.  Morgantown

5.  Robert C. Byrd

6.  Preston

7.  Fairmont Senior

8.  Lincon

9.  Tucker County

10. Gilmer County   



Tuesday, January 22
Big Ten Individual Stats as of 1/20

Big Ten Individual Stats *Provided by the Clarksburk-Exponent Telegram*

Scoring

1.  Miki Glenn (Bridgeport) 22.0

2.  Alicia Noble (RCB) 16.6

3.  MJ Braham (Preston) 16.3

4.  Heather Hickman (Liberty) 16.1

5.  Sarah Barksdale (RCB) 16.0

6.  Makayla McElwayne (Lincoln) 13.9

7.  Carly Kelley (Preston) 12.4

8.  Emily Knight (Lincoln) 11.8

9.  Lyndsey Riley (PB) 11.1

10. Raina Young (Bridgeport) 11.0

11. Karli Hamrick (Lewis Co.) 10.3

12. Hayley Hanning (Lincoln) 10.2

13. Brooklyn Perkey (Lewis) 9.9

14. Jessie Feather (Preston) 9.7

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Free Throw Percentage (minimum of 25 attempts)

1.  Miki Glenn (Bridgeport) 111/136  82%

2.  MJ Braham (Preston) 23/30 77%

3.  Raina Young (Bridgeport) 42/59 71%

4.  Heather Hickman (Liberty) 68/97 70%

5.  Lindsey Riley (PB) 33/50 66%

6.  Jessie Feather (Preston) 31/48 65%

7.  Makayla McElwayne (Lincoln) 36/55 65%

8.  Alicia Noble (RCB) 57/88 65%

9.  Carly Kelley (Preston) 18/29 62%

10. Brooklyn Perkey (Lewis Co) 24/39 62%

11. Sarah Barksdale (RCB) 47/78 60%

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3-Pointers Made

1.  Carly Kelley (Preston)  28

2.  Makayla McElwayne (Lincoln) 20

3.  Karlee Good (Preston) 15

4.  Tori Coulter (Bridgeport) 11

5.  Heather Hickman (Liberty) 11

6.  MJ Braham (Preston) 10

7.  Karli Hamrick (Lewis Co) 8

8.  Lindsey Riley (PB) 7

9.  Jacquelyn Wolfe (Bridgeport) 7

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Rebounds

1.  Heather Hickman (Liberty) 10.7

2.  Hayley Hanning (Lincoln) 9.0

3.  MJ Braham (Preston) 8.2

4.  Jessie Feather (Preston) 8.0

5.  Lindsey Riley (PB) 7.8

6.  Raina Young (Bridgeport) 7.3

7.  Shayla Hinterer (RCB) 7.2

8.  Emily Knight (Lincoln) 7.1

9.  Miki Glenn (Bridgeport) 6.9

10. Alicia Noble (RCB) 6.7

11. Kaitlynn Neville (PB) 6.6

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Assists

1.  Kaitlyn Workman (Preston) 6.7

2.  Miki Glenn (Bridgeport) 5.7

3.  Mikayla Prunty (Lincoln) 4.6

4.  Lindsey Riley (PB) 3.0

5.  Sarah Barksdale (RCB) 2.8

6.  Celeste Kelley (PB) 2.8

7.  Corin Todd (RCB) 2.6

8.  Jessie Feather (Preston) 2.3

9.  Alexis Schoolcraft (Preston) 2.1

10. Makayla McElwayne (Lincoln) 2.1

11. Brooklyn Perkey (Lewis Co) 2.0

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Steals

1.  Sarah Barksdale (RCB) 4.0

2.  Emily Knight (Lincoln) 3.9

3.  Mike Glenn (Bridgeport) 3.4

4.  Corin Todd (RCB) 2.9

5.  Makayla McElwayne (Lincoln) 2.8

6.  Mikayla Prunty (Lincoln) 2.8

7.  Kailtyn Workman (Preston) 2.6

8.  Karli Hamrick (Lewis Co) 2.5

9.  Heather Hickman (Liberty) 2.5

10. Raina Young (Bridgeport) 2.5

11. Samantha Buffey (RCB) 2.3

12. Brooklyn Perkey (Lewis Co) 2.3

13. Hayley Hanning (Lincoln) 2.2



Tuesday, January 22
Area Top Ten Hoop Leaders 1/22

Area Top Ten in a few categories *Provided by the Dominion Post*

Scoring

1.  Mariah Callen (University) 22.0

2.  Jackie Halapy (Trinity) 16.9

3.  MJ Braham (Preston) 16.3

4.  Leah Taylor (Morgantown) 13.1

5.  Carly Kelley (Preston) 12.4

6.  Makayla Wilkins (C-B) 12.4

7.  Kayla Boggs (University) 11.9

8.  Breann Dean (C-B) 10.5

9.  Hayley Jones (C-B) 10.5

10. Jessie Feather (Preston) 9.7

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3-Point Leaders

1.  Carly Kelley (Preston) 28

2.  Mariah Callen (University) 26

3.  Caroline Columbo (Morgantown) 24

4.  Leah Taylor (Morgantown) 17

5.  Karlee Good (Preston) 15

6.  Meagan Triplett (Trinity) 15

7.  Megan Myers (Trinity) 15

8.  Hayley Harrison (University) 15

9.  Kalyn Casino (C-B) 11

10. Emily Sabatino (Morgantown) 11

11. Haley Holloway (Morgantown) 11

12. Cassidy Seamon (University) 11

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Free Throw Percentage

1.  Mariah Callen (University) 56/71 79%

2.  MJ Braham (Preston) 23/30 77%

3.  Jackie Halapy (Trinity) 38/51 75%

4.  Kayla Boggs (University) 37/50 74%

5.  Leah Taylor (Morgantown) 46/69 71%

6.  Caroline columbo (Morgantown) 10/14 71%

7.  Mckinley Meadows (University) 32/46 70%

8.  Breann Dean (C-B) 39/59 66%

9.  Jessie Feather (Preston) 31/48 65%

10. Hayley Jones (C-B) 15/23 65%



Monday, January 21
#8 Preston Defense Dominates the Tigers
The Preston High defense went after the Elkins Tigers early and often in their contest and the Tigers had no answers.  Preston started the game off on an 8-0 run and never trailed in the game.  After Elkins cut the game to 14-13 with a little under five minutes to go in the first half it was the defense that slammed the door shut.  Preston ended the half on a 16-1 run and essentially ended any thoughts that Elkins had of winning the game.  The Preston offense started off slow with several uncharacteristic turnovers which allowed the Tigers to get with in one point before the defense ignited the deciding run to end the first half.  The second half was more of the same  as Preston outscored the Tigers in every quarter.  Elkins never scored more than 8 points in any quarter of the game.  Preston won the game 57-30.  Preston now moves to 9-2.  The Preston defense forced 20 turnovers and held the Tigers to 20% shooting in the contest.  Individually everyone did their part in the win.  The three Preston seniors dominated the scoring as Carly, Jessie, and MJ outscored the entire Elkins team by 18 points by themselves.  MJ Braham led all scorers with 23 points.  She also added seven rebounds and six blocks.  Carly Kelley overcame some rare shooting struggles and attacked the rim to help get her 13 points.  Carly went to the foul line ten times converting on eight.  Carly added five rebounds, four steals, and three assists for an all around good game.  Jessie Feather has continued her good play with yet another double double.  Jessie finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds as she continues to give the Knights another inside threat.  Kaitlyn Workman continues her assualt on the career and single season assist records with six more assists in the contest.  As a junior, she is now only 12 assists away from the career record and only halfway through the season she is only eight assists away from the single season record.  Kaitlyn worked on the defensive end as well adding six steals in the contest.  That mark is good enough to make the top ten single game records as well.  Karlee Good did her thing as well scoring five points, four rebounds, a steal, and an assist.  Alexis Schoolcraft continues to do her job of filling in all the holes and doing a little bit of everything.  Lex finished with two points, three rebounds, three assists, and two steals.  Emma McClelland was able to come back after missing the previous three games due to injury.  She was able to test out her ankle and provide quality minutes in scoring two points and an assist as she makes her way back to full health.  Game balls go to the seniors and Kdub. 

Friday, January 18
#8 Preston Pulls Away From Grafton

The turnover difference was enough to overcome a poor shooting night for the Knights.  Preston only committed nine turnovers in the game while forcing the visiting Bearcats into 17 turnovers.  Preston erased a one point halftime deficit to win the game 46-31. It is only the third time all year Preston has trailed at the half. PHS was 0-2 in the only other contests where they trailed at the half. PHS is 7-0 when leading at the half. Poor shooting hurt the Knights in the first half as PHS shot a whopping 12% from the floor from 2-point range and just 17% from the floor total in the first half. In fact Preston did not make a shot from the floor in the second quarter. Preston's team defense would keep them in the game until the shots would fall. PHS defense held the Bearcats to only two made field goals the entire first half.  Grafton scored 11 of their 15 first half points points from the foul line. The second half was all Preston as the Knights started to hit some shots and outscored Grafton 32-16 in the second half. Jessie Feather led the Knights in scoring as she recorded a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Carly Kelley made her return to the lineup by scoring 12 points on four three pointers. MJ Braham, who faced constant double and triple teams in the first half, had to change her attack and showed other parts of her game by pulling the defense away from the basket and be a passer and help her teammates exploit their mismatches to help the team. MJ managed seven points, six rebounds, six blocks, and two assists while setting screens to help the guards penetrate into the lane. Alexis Schoolcraft hit two big second half shots for six points to go with five rebounds, four assists, and two steals. Karlee Good added five points to the Knights cause. Kaitlyn Workman did not score but she directs the team in all phases. K Dub finished with a team high six assists and a team high three steals to go with six rebounds from the point.  Game balls go to Carly Kelley and Jessie Feather. Preston record now stands at 8-2 and will next travel to Elkins.  



Monday, January 14
Preston Wins at Liberty
The short handed Knights shook off a slow start and won going away 47-25 against Liberty.  Playing without Carly Kelley and Emma McClelland the Knights focused on defense and shutting down Liberty's leading scorer.  Liberty's leading scorer came into the contest averaging 17 points a game but was held to just eight vs. Preston.  Preston held Liberty to single digits in three of the four quarters.  MJ Braham led all scorers with 20 points (16 in the first half) to go with 10 rebounds, five blocks, and five assists.  Karlee Good scored 12 points and two steals.  Kaitlyn Workman scored five points but was all over the glass with 10 rebounds and five assists.  Jessie Feather contributed eight points and six rebounds.  Alexis Schoolcraft rounded out the scoring with two points and four assists.  Game Balls go to MJ Braham, Karlee Good, Kaitlyn Workman. 

Sunday, January 13
Big Ten Team Statistics As of 1/13/13
Overall Record and Win Percentage
1.  Bridgeport                           10-2     83.3%
2.  Robert C. Byrd                     9-2     81.8%
3.  Fairmont Sr.                          9-2     81.8%
4.  Lincoln                                  8-2     80.0%
5.  Preston                                 7-2     77.8%
6.  North Marion                        5-4     55.6%
7.  Grafton                                 5-7      41.7%
8.  East Fairmont                        4-8     33.3%
9.  Liberty                                  3-9      33.3%
10. Elkins                                   3-8     27.3%
11. Philip Barbour                      2-7      22.2%
12. Lewis County                      2-9      18.2%
13. Buckhannon-Upshur            1-12     7.7%
Offensive Points Per Game
1.  North Marion     61.7
2.  Fairmont Sr.       60.8
3.  Lincoln               55.4
4.  Preston               54.0
5.  Robert C Byrd    52.5
6.  Bridgeport           47.3
7.  Grafton                43.3
8.  Lewis County      42.0
9.  Philip Barbour      40.1
10. Elkins                 40.0
11. East Fairmont      39.8
12. Liberty                36.3
13. Buckhannon        30.9
Defensive Points Per Game
1.  Bridgeport           36.8
2.  Preston                40.0
3.  Lincoln                 41.9
4.  Robert C Byrd     42.5
5.  Fairmont Sr.         43.1
6.  Grafton                 44.0
7.  Buckhannon          45.7
8.  Elkins                    46.3
9.  Liberty                  49.9
10. North Marion       50.8
11. Lewis County       54.4
12. East Fairmont       55.2
13. Philip Barbour      59.3


Sunday, January 13
WDTV Highlights of Win vs. Liberty
Here is the WDTV highlights of our win vs. Liberty.  Click on saturday evening sports report.  The Preston highlights start at the five minute mark.   

Sunday, January 13
WBOY Highlights of Our Win vs. Liberty
WBOY highlights.  Click on link and once there click on video that says Bridgeport boys derail #4 RCB.  Preston highlights start 58 seconds in. 

Friday, January 11
#11 Preston Outlasts #7 North Marion
Maxpreps ranked #11 Preston defeated the #7 ranked North Marion Huskies 60-48.  North Marion came into the contest with the Big Ten Conference's best scoring offense.  the Huskies came in averaging 67 points a game.  Preston came into the conference boasting the Big Ten Conference's second best scoring defense.  PHS came in just giving up 41 points per game.  Preston improved their record to 6-2 on the season.  With a decided height advantage the Knights pounded the ball in the paint all night and the Huskies had no answer.  After Trailing 7-4 early the Knights used a 10-0 run in the first to get the lead  after one, 19-14.  An 8-0 run to open the second quarter by the Knights put the game into their control  The Preston posts would lead the way on this night.  MJ Braham scored a game high 20 points to go with eight rebounds and five blocks.  Jessie Feather had her best game notching a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds.  Jess added five assists as well.  Carly Kelley added the outside support for the Knights scoring 13 points (three 3-pointers) to go with three assists and three rebounds.  While there was so much attention by the North Marion defense paid to MJ, Carly, and Jessie, Alexis Schoolcraft was able to exploit mismatches for the Knights and contributed nine points and four rebounds.  Kaitlyn Workman was the "quarterback" once again for the Knights.  K Dub scored two points but added nine assists and four steals.  Karlee Good filled in everything else for the Knights contributing three assists and two steals.  The win was the third ever win against the Huskies for PHS.  It was also the first time the Knights have beaten the Huskies in five years.  Game balls go to MJ, Jess, Carly, Lex, K Dub, and KG. It was a great team effort to get the win.    

Friday, January 11
Preston-Bridgeport Go Down To Wire In Top Ten Matchup
The #10 Preston Knights and #2 Bridgeport Indians game came down to the final seconds of their top ten matchup.  Unfortunaltely for the Knights it was not to be as Bridgeport escaped with a 53-51 win.  Bridgeport jumped out to a lead early and was up by six after one quarter of play.  The second quarter belonged to the Knights as Preston came back and led let in the half by one.  A foul and two free throw attempts by Bridgeport with less than a second left in the half allowed the Indians to go in to the break up one 23-22.  The second half would mirror the first.  The third quarter saw Bridgeport extend their lead to eight points.  The fourth saw the Knights fight back and tie the game at 40 with three minutes to play.  PHS would trail by two but had the ball with ten seconds left in the game but it wasn't to be for the Knights.  The biggest difference in the game was the disparity in the free throw department.  Preston only shot eight foul shots on the evening (converting on six).  Bridgeport attempted 24 foul shots (converting on 17).  PHS made more shots from the floor than the Indians but it was not enough to overcome the foul line.  MJ Braham led the Knights in scoring 21 points connecting on 5 of 8 from the three point line.  She added seven rebounds and five blocks.  Fellow senior Jessie Feather had a break out game with 12 points and nine rebounds.  The third senior Carly Kelley also scored double figures.  Carly was held scoreless for the first three quarters but erupted for 11 points and five rebounds in the final quarter.  Alexis Schoolcraft added four points and four rebounds.  Kaitlyn Workman hit a three pointer for her points and also had six assists.  Karlee Good had an assist and Emma McClelland had a rebound.  Game balls go to MJ and Jessie. 

Wednesday, January 9
Preston Cruises against B-U
Preston used a 13-1 first quarter to jump on the Bucs and cruise to a win.  The final score tallied a 52-27 Knights win at the castle.  PHS extended the lead to 29-16.  PHS outscored the Bucs in every quarter for the win.  Preston now stands at 5-1.  MJ Braham led the attack with a triple-double.  MJ finished with 19 points, 12 rebounds, 12 blocks.  Carly Kelley also finished in double figures with 15 points and added four rebounds and three steals.  Karlee Good and Jessie Feather scored five points a piece.  KG also contributed six assists and and four steals while Jessie contributed four rebounds and three assists.  Alexis Schoolcraft chipped in with three points.  Kaitlyn Workman did not score but added six assists, six rebounds, and three steals.  Emma McClelland added two rebounds.  Dixie Shahan (three points) and Marlee McCrobie (two points) scored their first varsity points of the career.  Every Knight has now scored on the season.  Game balls go MJ Braham and Carly Kelley.

Wednesday, January 2
Various Rankings as of 1/1/13

Preston High is ranked in the following polls

AAA Rankings 

WV Coaches Poll -- #10

Maxpreps -- #11

USA Today -- #13

State Ranknigs

Maxpreps -- #20

USA Today -- #23



Thursday, December 27
Big Ten Statistics As of December 25, 2012
Team Overall Record
1.  Bridgeport        6-1    85.7%
2.  Preston             4-1    80.0%
2.  Lincoln              4-1    80.0%
4.  North Marion    3-1    75.0%
5.  Robert C Byrd  4-2     66.7%
5.  Philip Barbour    2-1    66.7%
7.  Fairmont Sr.       3-2    60.0%
8.  Grafton              3-5    37.5%
9.  Elkins                 2-4    33.3%
10. East Fairmont    2-5    28.6%
11. Liberty              1-6    14.3%
12. Buckhannon      1-7    12.5%
13. Lewis County    0-7      0.0%
Team Offensive Points Per Game Rankings
1.  North Marion     74.8 ppg
2.  Fairmont Sr.       63.8 ppg
3.  Preston              55.2 ppg
4.  Lincoln               49.8 ppg
5.  Bridgeport         48.3 ppg
6.  Robert C Byrd   45.5 ppg
7.  Grafton               44.1 ppg
8.  Philip Barbour    43.7 ppg
9.  Lewis County     42.1 ppg
10. Elkins                39.7 ppg
11. East Fairmont    38.0 ppg
12. Liberty              31.9 ppg
13. Buckhannon      31.8 ppg
Team Defensive Points Per Game Rankings
1.  Bridgeport          35.4 ppg
2.  Buckhannon        40.5 ppg
3.  Robert C Byrd    40.8 ppg
4.  Preston                41.4 ppg
5.  Grafton                43.1 ppg
6.  Philip Barbour      45.0 ppg
6.  Elkins                   45.0 ppg
8.  Lincoln                 47.0 ppg
9.  North Marion       50.0 ppg
10. Fairmont Sr.        50.8 ppg
11. Liberty                54.4 ppg
12. Lewis County      57.7 ppg
13. East Fairmont      59.0 ppg


Wednesday, December 19
Preston Improves Record to 4-1 With Win vs. the Huskies

It was a total team effort that allowed the Knights to get out of Maryland and back in to West Virginia with a win.  Preston was able to hold off a pesky Northern Garrett, MD group and win 78-58.  It was a hard fought victory as the Huskies would not go away.  However, every time the Huskies tried to make a run someone for the Knights always had the answer.  Preston used a lot of defensive pressure in the first quarter to jump out to a 24-12 lead.  Preston was able to extend that lead to 42-26 at intermission.  Preston outscored the Huskies by nine in the third and went into the final period with what seemed like a comfortable 58-33 advantage.  Northern made several attempts to close the gap but every time they threatened to get the Knight lead down to 10 PHS answered.  PHS scored 20 more points in the fourth to keep them at bay and win by 20.  The Preston defense forced a season high 26 turnovers on their opponents.  The Preston offense shot a season best 43% from the floor.  Preston also faced their first game with foul trouble as two players would foul out and two more would finish with four fouls.  None of that mattered as the Knights found a way.  Karlee Good scored a career high with 21 points (including five three pointers) and finished with a team high (tied with teammate Jessie Feather) four steals.  MJ Braham who constantly faced double and triple teams as well as had to sit for long stretches due to foul trouble still finished with 17 points.  She also contributed five rebounds, five blocks, and three assists.  The Northern gameplan for a large portion of the game was to play a box and one defense on Carly Kelley to stop the sharpshooter.  Their plan did not work as Kelley was still able to manage 16 points (three three's) as well as contributing two steals and assists.  Senior Jessie Feather did a little bit of everything as she turned in what seems to becoming a typical Jessie Feather game.  She scored eight points, a team high 10 rebounds, team high four steals, three blocks and two assists.  Another "typical" performance that seems to be happening is Kaitlyn Workman and her assists.  Kaitlyn scored two points but continues to be doing a great job quarterbacking the group on the floor.  She  finished with nine assists (3rd out of five games of at least nine assists or more) to go with eight rebounds and three steals.  Sophomore Alexis Schoolcraft continues her upward trend with her performance as she scored a career high of nine points.  Lex also tallied four rebounds, two steals, a block and an assist.  Fellow sophomore Emma McClelland battled a very painful deep thigh bruise which limited her mobility and provided quality minutes.  Emma hit a big shot in the fourth quarter and added an assist.  Tiffany Sanders hit her first career varsity three pointer for her three points.  It was such a great team effort so I am going to take the easy way out and give a game ball to the whole team.  There were no weak links for the Knights.  Everyone played their role and everyone stepped up at different times throughout the game to lead the team.  When someone else was hitting everyone complimented their teammates as well.      



Wednesday, December 19
Preston Dominate the Bees; Kelley Sets Record
Preston returned home to face East Fairmont and came away with a dominating 62-41 victory.  Preston actually held a 35 point lead early in the fourth before coasting to the win.  Preston now stands at 3-1.  Carly Kelley got the festivities started early as she hit her first of five three pointers of the first quarter 26 seconds into the game.  That three was also important for Carly as that three made her Preston High's all time leader in three pointers made in a career.  As a team Preston also tied a school record in making nine three pointers in one game.  Including eight in the first half which would be a record for three's in a half.  Karlee Good and Emma McClelland hit two each to go with Kelley's five.  Kelley finished with 15 points.  MJ Braham scored double figures as well with ten points to go with a career high four steals.  Kaitlyn Workman had a career high with 10 assists (2nd all time for a single game for PHS) and a career high with eight points.  Jessie Feather contributed another solid game with eight points, nine rebounds, three assists, and two steals.  Karlee Good just missed double figures as well with nine points and Emma McClelland added seven points which ties her career high and four rebounds.  Alexis Schoolcraft added four points and five rebounds.  Tiffany Sanders scored her first varsity point.  Game balls go to Carly Kelley and Kaitlyn Workman. 

Wednesday, December 19
Preston Win vs. Buckhannon
Preston shook off a terrible first quarter to dominate the next 16 minutes and put the game out of reach in route to a 48-19 win at Buckhannon-Upshur.  Preston couldn't do much right in the first eight minutes and trailed after one 5-4.  The start of the second quarter brought out a relentless defensive pressure.  Over the next two quarters Preston held B-U to eight total points including shutting the Bucs out completely in the third quarter.  During that time PHS was on a 38-8 run.  The final quarter saw the Knights and Bucs play even as Preston was able to get five Knights (Savanna Ash, Dixie Shahan, Abbie Miller, Tiffany Sanders, and Marlee McCrobie) their first ever varsity experience.  MJ Braham proved to be more than the Bucs could handle on her way to a great game.  MJ missed her second career triple double by one block.  MJ finished with 21 points, 10 rebounds, and 9 blocks.  Carly Kelley also scored in double figures with 10 points.  Sophomore Emma McClelland had a breakout game with seven points.  Jessie Feather contributed four points, eight rebounds, and four assists.  Kaitlyn Workman tallied six assists, five rebounds, and four steals as her defense ignited the Knights early in the second quarter.  Sophomore Alexis Schoolcraft added three rebounds, two steals, and an assist.  Karlee Good had five rebounds and three assists.  Abbie Miller scored on her first varsity shot as she hit a three pointer from the corner.  Vanna Ash scored one point for her first varsity scoring.  Dixie Shahan had an assist and a steal.  Tiffany Sanders had a rebound.  Preston now stands at 2-1.  Game balls go to MJ Braham and Emma McClelland. 

Wednesday, December 19
Poor Shooting Cost PHS vs. #1
The Preston Knights lost a hard fought game 44-31 to the #1 team in the state.  Preston managed to only shoot 27% from the floor and 47% from the foul line against Morgantown.  Preston held MHS to 23 points below their season average but PHS also scored 26 points below their season average.  The loss drops the Knights to 1-1.  Preston trailed by six at the half 21-15.  the deficit would stay around the 8 to ten point difference throughout the second half until the final outcome.  Jessie Feather led the Knights in scoring with 10 points and added five rebounds.  MJ Braham had nine first half points for her total and also contributed 10 rebounds and 6 blocks.  Carly Kelley had two three's for her six points.  Karlee Good added a three pointer and two foul shots for five points and Alexis Schoolcraft finished the scoring with a point to go with six rebounds and three assists.  Kaitlyn Workman had four rebounds and three assists and Emma McClelland added a rebound.  Game balls go to Jessie Feather and Alexis Schoolcraft.

Sunday, December 9
Congratulations
Congratulations to Junior Kaitlyn Workman who was inducted into the National Honor Society today.  She joins teammates Jessie Feather and MJ Braham into the group.

Monday, December 3
Preston Wins Season Opener
Preston won its season opener by defeating the visiting Washington Patriots.  The final score was 57-45.  This was the first meeting ever between the two schools.  PHS held an eight point lead at the half but could not get comfortable as the Patriots put several runs together in the second half to keep it close.  Every time Washington would cut the lead to within four points though Preston had an answer and would quickly get the lead back out to double digits.  The foul line would make the difference at the end as Preston finished the game 15/22 from the line while Washington could only convert on 5/13 attempts.  Karlee Good came off the bench to lead all scorers with 16 points but it was her play on the defensive end that provided the spark early in the second quarter.  "KG" finished the game with four steals.  Carly Kelley added a hard fought 13 points to the Knights cause as the Patriot defense tried to blanket the shooter wherever she went.  MJ Braham added yet another double-double as she finished with 12 points and 13 rebounds to go with three assists.  Jessie Feather had a solid game with eight points and seven rebounds.  Junior point guard Kaitlyn Workman scored three points but made her presence known with a game high eight assists to go with six rebounds.  Sophomore Alexis Schoolcraft making her first career start added three points and seven rebounds while fellow sophomore Emma McClelland hit a big shot to start a run for the Knights in the third and tallied two points and an assist.  Game Balls go to Karlee Good and Kaitlyn Workman.    

Monday, November 26
Big Ten Preseason Poll

1.  Bridgeport (9) 135 pts.

2.  Fairmont Sr. (3) 121 pts.

3.  Robert C. Byrd  117 pts. 

4.  Lincoln (1) 106 pts.

5.  Preston  103 pts.

5.  North Marion 103 pts.

7.  East Fairmont  74 pts.

8.  Grafton  60 pts.

9.  Philip Barbour  56 pts.

10. Liberty  50 pts.

11. Elkins  47 pts.

12. Buckhannon-Upshur 30 pts.

13. Lewis County 12 pts.

() indicates 1st place votes 

 



Friday, June 29
June 27th article in the Dominion Post
http://ee.dominionpost.com/Repository/ml.asp?Ref=RFBvc3QvMjAxMi8wNi8yNyNBcjAxMTA1&Mode=Gif&Locale=english-skin-custom

Friday, June 29
3 Week Scoring Averages and Records Compared to Same Tournaments Year Before

Summer of 2012 

"Varsity" Group

Offensive PPG - 39.8

Defensive PPG - 33.5

Record  12-6

"JV" Group

Offensive PPG - 35.6

Defensive PPG - 29.4

Record  7-6

 

Summer of 2011

"Varsity" Group

Offensive PPG - 37.8

Defensive PPG - 34.6

Record 11-6

"JV" Group

Offensive PPG - 33.9

Defensive PPG - 28.9

Recored 9-6



Thursday, June 14
St. Albans Shootout Results

Varsity Group

Preston vs. Capital     W 47-34

Preston vs. North Marion     W 46-28

Preston vs. Scott     L 36-33 

Preston vs. Winfield     W 31-20 

Preston vs. Huntington     L 45-33 

Preston vs. Nitro     W 48-36  



Thursday, June 14
Herbert Hoover Shootout Results

Preston black (consists of JV and Freshman players from last year) 

Preston vs. Pocahontas County JV     W 42-23  

Preston vs. Wirt County Varsity/JV     W 39-28 

Preston vs. Roane County Varsity/JV     W 69-28

Preston Silver (consists of incoming freshman)

Preston vs. Mingo JV     L 31-22 

Preston vs. Roane County Varsity/JV     L 36-23 

Preston vs. Pocahontas County JV     W 43-20



Thursday, June 21
WVU Team Camp Results

Varsity Division 

Preston vs. Cambria Heights (Patton, PA)     L 35-33 

Preston vs. Woodgrove (Purceville, VA)     W 38-28 

Preston vs. Butler (Pittsburgh, PA)     L 34-26 

Preston vs. West York 2 (York, PA)     W 44-39

Preston vs. Mingo Central WV     W 68-41

Preston vs. Shady Side Academy (Pittsburgh, PA)     W 50-21 

Preston vs. Cambria Heights (Sweet 16 Round)     W 42-33

Preston vs. Blackhawk (Elite 8 Round)     L 51-33

JV Division

Preston vs. St. Albans WV jv     W 32-26 

Preston vs. Boonsboro MD jv     L 33-26

Preston vs. Mingo Central WV jv     W 43-17 

Preston vs. Blackhawk PA jv     L 43-38

Preston vs. Loudon Freedom VA jv     L 34-19 

Preston vs. Tolsia WV jv     W 38-14

Preston vs. St. Albans (Sweet 16 Round)     L 29-24



Sunday, June 17
Preston Repeats as Top of the Mountain Champs

Preston repeated as the top of the mountain champions in the "varsity" division.  They won it the same way they did last year by avenging a loss from round robin play in the championship game.

Results

"Varsity Division"

Preston vs. Tucker County    W 32-19

Preston vs. North Marion     L 49-30

Preston vs. Tucker County (semifinals)    W 31-28

Preston vs. North Marion (championship)    W 52-26

"JV Division"

Preston vs. North Marion     L 50-29

Preston vs. Lady Knights     W 38-26

Preston vs. Tucker County    L 32-26

 



Friday, April 13
All Area
Congrats to junior MJ Braham for being one of five players named to the All Dominion Post team for the 2011-2012 season.

Sunday, March 25
All State

Congrulations to senior Morgan Radabaugh and juniors MJ Braham and Carly Kelley for being named to the Honorable Mention All State list.



Sunday, March 25
Team Awards

Team Awards for 2011-2012

MVP - Sammi Ash/Morgan Radabaugh

Offensive Champion - Carly Kelley

Defensive Champion - Kaitlyn Workman

Best Teammate - Nicole Spindler

Best Hustler - Whitney Workman/Jessie Feather

Ironman - MJ Braham



Wednesday, December 14
Important Times and Dates at Disney (non-game)
the character breakfast will be on December 30th at 8:30am.  The tower of terror ride and private buffett breakfast is December 28th.  Celebration of Athletes dinner will also by the evening of December 30th. Universal theme park day is scheduled for december 28.

Monday, June 20
Top of the Mountain Tourney Champs

Preston avenged their two losses in round robin play to win the first Top of the Mountain Tournament Championship in the varsity division.  Here are the results from the tourney.

Preston vs. Tucker   L 36-27

Preston vs. Doddridge   W 42-37

Preston vs. North Marion   L 61-45

Tournament Results

Preston vs North Marion   W 42-32 -- semifinals

Preston vs. Tucker   W 41-29 -- championship



Monday, June 27
WVU Team Camp

The Preston varsity finished 6th out of 24 teams while the preston jv finished 4th out of 14 teams at this years WVU team camp. 

Varsity Division

Preston vs. Lake (Canton, OH)   L 42-16

Preston vs. Wilson Memorial (Harrisonburg, VA)   W 47-24

Preston vs. Crooksville (Zanesville, OH)   W 49-31

Preston vs. Cornell (Pittsburgh, PA)   W 33-31

Preston vs. Nicholas County   W 43-42

Preston vs. Fairless (Canton, OH)   L 35-34

Tournament

Preston vs. Mingo County (1st round)   W 38-26

Preston vs. Bay (Cleveland, OH) (2nd round)   W 46-26

Preston vs. Team Purpose (elite eight round)   L 40-24

JV Division

Preston vs. Boonesboro (Boonesboro, MD)   W 35-17

Preston vs. St. Albans   L 34-33

Preston vs. Magnolia   L 35-32

Preston vs. Crookesville   W 40-19

Preston vs. Solon (Solon, OH)   W 45-13

Preston vs. Blackhawk (Pittsburgh, PA)   W 37-24

Tournament

Preston vs. Wilson Memorial (1st round)   W 34-31

Preston vs. Nicholas County (elite eight round)   W 45-27

Preston vs. Magnolia (final four round)   L 44-32



Wednesday, June 29
St. Albans Shootout Results

Preston vs. Nitro     W 50-36

Preston vs. Hurricane   W 44-37

Preston vs. St. Albans   L 25-22



Wednesday, June 29
Herbert Hoover Shootout Results

Preston black will consist of monica, brier, katelyn, kayelynn, kylie, amber, and marlee.

Preston silver will consist of alexis, emma, savanna, dixie, tiffany, hayley, alyssa, abbie.

 

Preston Silver vs. Clay County varsity/jv/hoover varsity   L 37-36 

Preston Black vs. Herbert Hoover varsity   L 40-30 

Preston Silver vs. St. Albans JV   W 30-17 

Preston Black vs. Clay County varsity/jv   W 34-28 

Preston Silver vs. Roane County varsity   W 28-22 

Preston Black vs. Sissonville Varsity   L 46-18 



Monday, November 21
Disney Brackets have been Released *Changes*

Games will be played at Walt Disney World's Wide World of Sports Complex 

Wednesday December 28th

Preston (WV) vs. Winter Springs (FL) noon 

Paul D Schrieber (NY) vs. Thomas Edison (VA) 12:15

Ossining (NY) vs. Plum (PA) noon

Harrison (GA) vs. Portsmouth (RI) 12:15

Thursday December 29th

Preston/winter springs winner vs. Paul d Schrieber/thomas edison winner 10:15am

Preston/winter springs loser vs. paul d schrieber/thomas edison loser 10:15am

ossining/plum winner vs. harrison/portsmouth winner 10:30am

ossining/plum loser vs. harrison/portsmouth loser 10:30am

Wednesday December 30th

games will either be at noon or 12:15 based on previous two days outcomes. opponents will also depend on previous days outcomes.  more info to follow. 

 



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