Scott, the two-time defending sectional champions, will most likely play the Lady Tigers in the sectional finals which are set for Feb. 23 at Chapmanville.
All the Lady Hawks have to do is beat struggling Sherman in order to have a shot for the three-peat.
Scott, which has eliminated Chapmanville in the sectional title game in each of the last two seasons, improved to 20-1 overall this season with last night’s win on the Scott High School floor.
The Lady Hawks swept the season series with Chapmanville, also winning 47-33 on Jan. 21.
Micah Ballard tallied 17 points to lead Scott last night.
Brittani Adkins netted 15 points for the No. 4-ranked Lady Hawks. Holly Hurley also dropped in 14 and Rachel Holstein added 13.
Andi Williamson had 13 points for the Lady Tigers (9-11).
Chapmanville is set to close out the regular season with tonight’s 7 p.m. Cardinal Conference game with Poca.
The Lady Tigers are currently 6-7 in the league standings.
A win over the Dots would give Chapmanville a break-even .500 record in its first season in the conference. CRHS beat the Dots 57-48 in the season opener on the road.
Sissonville 43, Logan 34
The Logan Lady Cats gave Logan gave Sissonville a much better game than most expected on Thursday night but still lost, 43-34, to the Indians at Logan High School’s Willie Akers Arena.
The loss, Logan’s regular season finale, dropped the Lady Cats to 6-16 overall and 5-9 in the Cardinal Conference.
No. 3 Sissonville improved to 17-4.
Tori Ball scored 11 points to lead the Indians. Whitney Anderson added nine.
Jessica Bias tallied 13 points for Logan and Briana Johnson contributed six points and 10 rebounds.
Freshman Erica Kelley had eight, Jetta Lowe three and Megan Mitchell two. Shay McCoy and Dianna Rowe had one each.
Logan led 6-5 after one quarter but fell behind 18-11 at the half. The Lady Cats then outscored Sissonville 13-8 in the third to pull to within 26-24. But in the fourth, the Indians outpointed Logan 17-10 to put the game into the win column.
“We played well with Sissonville for three quarters,” LHS coach Tim Cunningham said. “We showed some improvement. To go out and play well against a good Sissonville team is a good sign. Our defense stepped it up. Usually Sissonville is scoring 60, 70 or 80 points a game.”
Sissonville had crushed Logan 79-33 in the previous meeting at SHS.
The Lady Cats return to action on Saturday, Feb. 23 in the Class AA sectional title game at Williamson against either Tolsia or Wayne. The Rebels and the Pioneers meet next Thursday in the sectional opener.