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CHAPMANVILLE — The Chapmanville Regional High School boys’ basketball team bounced back from last week’s loss to Wayne with Tuesday night’s 47-34 victory at home over Herbert Hoover in Cardinal Conference action at Chapmanville’s Danny Godby Gymmasium.


Chapmanville, ranked No. 6 in the state in Class AA, improved to 10-2 overall and 5-1 in the league with the win. Herbert Hoover, which was swept this season by the Tigers, dropped to 1-9, 0-5.


Joe Tackett led Chapmanville with a 14-point effort. Kenny Plumley had 12 and Josh Butcher 11.


Jon Williamson and Zac Casto tossed in four points each for CRHS, while Jordan Toler had two.


The Tigers played the game without starting point guard Trey Dalton who was ejected from the Wayne game and is serving a two-game suspension.


Matthew Justice led Herbert Hoover with 11 points. Tommy Parish netted nine points, while Noah Toups had eight and Garrett Burgess six.


The Tigers made 20-of-36 shots from the floor for 55.6 percent. The Huskies were only 13-of-39 from the field for 33.3 percent.


Chapmanville was 2-for-5 from the free throw line. Hoover made 2-of-3 from the line.


CRHS was 5-of-15 from 3-point land. The Huskies were just 6-for-22 from beyond the 3-point arc.


Plumley and Casto led Chapmanville on the boards with seven rebounds apiece. Butcher handed out seven assists. Toler also had four steals.


The Tigers outrebounded Hoover 25-12 for the game.


Chapmanville led 13-5 after one quarter, 26-12 at the half and 41-28 after three.


CRHS jumped on top of Herbert Hoover 13-2 in the first quarter after two 3-pointers by Tackett and another 23-foot 3-point bomb from Butcher.


The lead swelled to 26-10 in the second period after a bankshot by Butcher.


Tackett finished the game 4-for-8 from 3-point territory.


Chapmanville is scheduled to host Tolsia (1-10, 0-4) on Friday night in Cardinal Conference action. Tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m.


The Tigers then have a showdown on Saturday night at home against the Poca Dots in a battle of top 10 ranked teams. Poca is currently first in the conference at 8-1, 6-0. Chapmanville is second place.


Butcher is the Cardinal’s top scorer as he is averaging 17.5 points per contest.


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Cardinal Conference


Boys’ Basketball Standings


Pos-School Conf All


1. Poca 7-0 9-1


2. Chapmanville 5-1 10-2


3. Scott 4-3 6-5


4. Mingo Central 3-3 5-6


5. Sissonville 3-4 5-6


5. Wayne 3-4 7-4


7. Herbert Hoover 0-5 1-9


7. Tolsia 0-4 1-10


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Cardinal Conference Leaders


Player, School G Pts Avg


Josh Butcher, Chap. 11 192 17.5


Matt Chandler, Poca 9 148 16.4


Elijah Cuffee, Poca 9 146 16.2


Alex Lee, Mingo Cent. 11 178 16.2


Grant Ferguson, Wayne 11 162 14.7


Noah Frampton, Poca 9 124 13.8


Matt Justice, Hoover 9 119 13.2


Kenny Plumley, Chap. 11 134 12.2


Blake Newhouse, Siss. 11 130 11.8


Noah Toops, Hoover 9 106 11.8


Tyler Stroud, Tolsia 11 129 11.7


Kaleb Sturgell, Tolsia 11 128 11.6


Eric May, Scott 11 123 11.2


Brady Cox, Chap. 9 96 10.7


Brett Justice, Wayne 11 115 10.5


Dalton Hatfield, Mingo 11 111 10.1


Luke Frampton, Poca 9 90 10.0

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