BECKLEY, WV (WOAY) – The boys basketball season came to an end Tuesday for both Woodrow Wilson and Princeton, following regional co-final losses to St. Albans and George Washington, respectively.
The Red Dragons used a late first-quarter run to gain momentum against the Flying Eagles, maintaining the lead the rest of the night in a 68-53 win. Ben Gilliam and Ayden Ince each had 17 points for Woodrow Wilson, which finishes the year 17-8. The Red Dragons, who will play top seed University in the Class AAA quarterfinals, were led by Ethan Clay’s 22 points.
Princeton finishes their season 16-9 after a 71-52 loss at George Washington. Peyton Brown led the Tigers with 20 points, while Delathan Wilborn chipped in with 12.