PREP BASKETBALL: West Point boys, Fairview girls pick up wins


West Point’s Austin Dubberly (24), and Fairview’s Cameron Guthrie (22) and Truman Boyd (40) / Bill Piper

FAIRVIEW – The West Point boys and Fairview girls picked up wins and momentum Friday night at Joe Shults Gymnasium on the campus of Fairview High School.

West Point drew first blood in the boys’ contest with a hard-earned bucket in the paint, but Fairview immediately answered with a deep three, and with that they were off. Both West Point and Fairview ran the floor well and poured in the points. West Point emerged from the quarter with the advantage, going up eight after one quarter of play.

West Point took over the game in the second. The Warriors dominated the paint and the perimeter on their way to a 21-point halftime lead.

Fairview fought back in the third. The Aggies methodically chipped away at the West Point lead, shaving 10 points off the deficit heading to the fourth.

The last frame was an up and down quarter for the Aggies. They cut the lead to as little as six, but West Point ballooned it back to 17. Fairview continued to play hard in the quarter, but the Warriors staved off the comeback attempt and claimed the 82-72 victory.


West Point

  • Kolten Sapp 22
  • Rylan Jones 17
  • Whitt Laney* 11
  • Austin Dubberly 11
  • Cameron Bates 4
  • Tyler Thompson 4

*Laney was moved up from the JV squad following Hunter Persall’s season ending due to eye complications, according to The Warrior on Twitter.


  • Bryson Fletcher 16
  • Luke Yarbrough 15
  • Truman Boyd 14
  • Cameron Guthrie 10
  • Kennedy White 9
  • Jacob Hill 3
  • Sawyer Daniel 3
  • Austin Turner 3

Fairview 54, West Point 44 (Girls)

It was a fast-paced first quarter when the Lady Aggies and the Lady Warriors matched up.  Both teams shot well from the floor, but Fairview forged ahead and took a 12-point lead after one.

The action was back and forth in the second, both squads trading baskets for the majority of the frame. The difference in the quarter was the 3-point shooting by the Lady Warriors. They drained four threes in the second to take a 32-31 lead to the half.

Fairview was on fire in the third, going on a 14-0 run that lasted the entire quarter and left West Point in a 13-point hole going to fourth. The Lady Aggies were kept West Point at arm’s length, taking the win, 54-44.



  • Abbi Taylor 19
  • Abby Schnittker 10
  • McKinna Yearwood 9
  • Taylor Yeager 8
  • Payton Golden 4
  • Daylia Dean 4
  • Valentina Klocker 2

West Point

  • Miriam Oldacre 21
  • Olivia Ball 9
  • Mackenzie Carter 7
  • Alexia Shadix 3
  • Brooke Brownfield 2
  • Micah Oldacre 2

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