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LOGAN — Logan’s David Early scored 31 points and the Wildcats got double-double efforts from Peter Noe and Drew Hatfield in an 86-55 win over Class AAA Capital in high school boys basketball action at Willie Akers Arena in Logan on Wednesday night.

Noe had 14 points and 21 rebounds while Hatfield added 12 points and dished out 12 assists in the complete-game effort for Logan, which moves to 8-1 on the season.

Logan jumped out quickly to seize control of the game, leading the Cougars 29-7 after one quarter. The lead got up to 41 points after three quarters after another 29-9 spurt to open the second half.

Karrington Hill had 15 points to lead Capital in the loss.

CAPITAL 7 17 9 22 — 55: English 2, Duncan 3, Figures 8, K. Hill 15, Thomas 2, Fannin 8, Helm 4, Render 2, Taylor 4, Kent 7

LOGAN 29 16 29 12 — 86: Early 31, Hatfield 12, Felder 8, Noe 14, Hayner 5, Lambert 7, De. Hatfield 5, Adams 4

Tuesday games, boys

IRONTON 69, CHESAPEAKE 62: A double double-double led the Fighting Tigers (8-3 overall, 3-1 Ohio Valley Conference) over the Panthers (7-3, 2-2) at Ironton’s Conley Center. Reid Carrico scored 22 and grabbed 16 rebounds and Charlie Large scored 14 and snatched 10 rebounds. Ethan Wilson chipped in 13 points. Eli Archer paced Chesapeake with 17 points. Tylan Hutchison and Levi Blankenship each scored 11.

COAL GROVE 63, ROCK HILL 59: The Hornets (7-3 overall, 2-2 OVC) outscored the Redmen 9-5 in overtime to win at home. Cory Borders and Music each scored 15 to lead Coal Grove. Music snagged his 500th career rebound. Evan Gannon scored 12 and Nate Harmon 10.

Logan Hankins scored 27 for Rock Hill (3-7, 0-4), which went to extra periods for the fourth time in five games. Kadin France scored 16 and pulled down 11 rebounds. Braden Stamper added 12 points.

GALLIA ACADEMY 54, SOUTH POINT 43: In their first game without 7-foot-1 Center Zach Loveday, who transferred to Huntington Prep on Monday, the Blue Devils (6-3 overall, 3-1 OVC) beat the Pointers (4-4, 2-2) in Centenary, Ohio. Logan Blouir scored 14 and Cory Call 11 for Gallia Academy. Chance Gunther led South Point with 22 points. Austin Webb scored 10 points and Marcus Malone snared 10 rebounds.

GREEN 62, PORTSMOUTH NOTRE DAME 45: Gage Sampson scored 25 and Tanner Kimbler 13 as the Bobcats (7-5 overall, 4-3 Southern Ohio Conference) topped the Titans (0-10, 0-7). Jackson Clark scored 20 and Ben Mader 18 for Notre Dame.

BUFFALO 61, SHERMAN 51: Nate Gibson scored 19 to lead the Bison (5-4) to a road win in Seth. Noah Thompson scored 15 and Dalton Huddle 11 for Buffalo. Chris Abbott led the Tide (0-7) with 30 points.

FEDERAL HOCKING 59, WAHAMA 54: Hunter Smith led the Lancers (2-9, 2-5 Tri-Valley Conference) with 19 points in a triumph over the White Falcons in Stewart, Ohio. Bradley Russell scored 13 and grabbed 11 rebounds. Collin Jarvis scored 10. Jacob Lloyd led Wahama (1-9, 1-5) with 17 points. Jacob Warth scored 11 and snatched 10 rebounds. Dakota Belcher pulled down 10 rebounds.

MEIGS 83, NELSONVILLE-YORK 61: Weston Baer scored 30 as the Marauders (5-7, 2-3) beat the Buckeyes (5-7, 2-3). Coulter Cleland scored 14 and snagged 11 rebounds. Zach Bartrum scored 11. Bryce Richards paced Nelsonville-York with 20 points. Ethan Bohyer scored 14 and Mikey Seel 10.

VINTON COUNTY 69, RIVER VALLEY 59: Gavin Arbaugh scored 23 and Ricky Body and Eli Griffith both added 15 as the Vikings (5-4, 3-2 TVC) rallied by the Raiders (1-8, 0-5). Lance Montgomery scored 11. Layne Fitch led River Valley with 19 points. Rory Twyman scored 18 and Jordan Lambert 17.

WHEELERSBURG 70, SOUTH WEBSTER 62: The Pirates (10-0, 6-0 SOC) overcame a seven-point deficit to beat the Jeeps on the road. Tanner Holden led Wheelersburg with 33 points. Tanner Voiers led South Webster with 19 points. Braden Bockway added 16.

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