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Wednesday, January 04, 2006

High School Sports- Huntington Area

High School Sports

Early leads Highlanders
HUNTINGTON -- Huntington High's leading scorer through the first six games this season averaged less than five points a game as a sophomore. Not Bill Evans Player of the Year candidate Patrick Patterson, the shot-swatting 6-foot-8 junior. Not Heath Thomas, Huntington's do-everything senior leader. Details Midland holds off Ripley, 74-70
RIPLEY, W.Va. -- Cabell Midland held off a late surge to beat Ripley 74-70 in boys high school basketball action Tuesday night. Details

Prep Notebook: Norris has bittersweet return to Spring Valley
Coach Gary Norris returned to Spring Valley High School's gymnasium last week and experienced mixed results. His South Point Pointers came from 19 points down to beat Wayne in the first round of the Spring Valley Holiday Tournament on Wednesday but lost Thursday against his old team. Details

Panthers stay perfect
CHESAPEAKE, Ohio -- Thirty seconds into the game, Chesapeake's P.J. Rase found himself face down on the gym floor in great pain due to an injured left ankle. In the final 30 seconds, Rase, with a heavily taped ankle, converted 6-of-6 free throws to help the unbeaten Panthers hold off rival Ironton, 68-61, Friday night in front of a packed house at Chesapeake High School. Details

More Sports Stories
Panthers stay perfect
Johnson's free throw gives Fairland title at Wellston
Wolves drop Pointers
Hatfield scores 19 to spark Fairland past Oak Hill
Wolves, Pointers reach finals
Huntington girls fall to Parkersburg South

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