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This article appeared in the Dominion Post Newspaper on December 30, 2003.
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South Charleston romps

The Dominion Post

The No. 5-ranked South Charleston boys' basketball team made a great case for moving up Monday, in the first round of the Mohigan Coaches Against Cancer Tournament.

The Black Eagles simply outran No. 6-ranked Wheeling Park on their way to a 100-60 victory.

Three Black Eagles scored more than 20 points each, with Ronnie Means leading the way with 25. Jeraude Lowe and Klint Frazier each chipped in 21.

South Charleston put on a display of tough defense mixed with run-and-gun offense. After allowing the Patriots (1-1) 20 points in the first quarter, South Charleston went on a 17-2 run to start the second for a 48-29 halftime lead.

The Black Eagles connected on 11 3-pointers with Frazier hitting five in the first half. Means also hit five 3-pointers. David Pope added nine points for South Charleston.

Wheeling Park was led by Jason Odgen's 16 points, 14 coming in the second half. Keshawn Creighton added 11 for the Patriots.

South Charleston advanced to today's title game against, No. 4 Morgantown.

Girls' basketball

Chartiers Valley had little trouble in advancing to today's title game, against Morgantown High, by defeating East Fairmont, 61-36.

Lauren Revesz, who has signed to play at Ohio University next season, led the Colts (9-2) with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Stacie Alaski added nine points.

East Fairmont (3-3) was led by Anne Marie Murray's 15 points and Erin Hadox added 11.


WHEELING -- Morgantown High dropped all four matches of its Monday at the Wheeling Park Duals. The Mohigans (3-11) fell to Edison, Ohio, 66-18; Wheeling Park, 66-14; University High, 66-15; and Brooke, 65-11. Senior Jared Garvin (125 pounds) went 4-0 and junior Micah Gerasimovich (135) 301 for MHS, which wrestles four more matches today.

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