South Charleston has advanced to the Class Triple-A semifinals for the first time in four years with a 67-to-55 win tonight over Woodrow Wilson at the Charleston Civic Center.
For second-seeded South Charleston, sophomore Aaron Dobson
scored 13 points. Ricky Dunham and Jimmy Boardman had 12 apiece and Frankie Mullens scored eleven.
Michael Fortune led Woodrow Wilson with 15 points and eight
Seventh-seeded Woodrow Wilson lost to South Charleston for the
second time this season and saw its seven-game winning streak
South Charleston went ahead to stay late in the first quarter
and led by ten at halftime. Woodrow Wilson went seven minutes
between second-half field goals, and South Charleston put the game
away with a 17-to-2 run for a 56-to-34 lead with 5:22 remaining in
South Charleston will meet sixth-seeded Morgantown in the