BasketballNight.com WV Boys Basketball Power Ratings: January 18, 2017

Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia presents the seventh edition of the BasketballNight.com WV Boys Power Ratings, computed and released January 18, 2017. These ratings were computed using all available scoring data at basketballnight.com as of 11:59 PM January 18. Please contact us with any missing scores so we can get it fixed for the next edition of the BasketballNight.com WV Boys Power Ratings. The Power Ratings are calculated using scores between WVSSAC-member teams reported to basketballnight.com. Teams with less than two games versus WVSSAC-member teams are excluded from the ratings. Continue reading “BasketballNight.com WV Boys Basketball Power Ratings: January 18, 2017”

BasketballNight.com WV Girls Basketball Power Ratings: January 18, 2017

Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia presents the seventh edition of the BasketballNight.com WV Girls Power Ratings, computed and released January 18, 2017. These ratings were computed using all available scoring data at basketballnight.com as of 11:59 PM January 17. Please contact us with any missing scores so we can get it fixed for the next edition of the BasketballNight.com WV Girls Power Ratings. The Power Ratings are calculated using scores between WVSSAC-member teams reported to basketballnight.com. Teams with less than two games versus WVSSAC-member teams are excluded from the ratings. Continue reading “BasketballNight.com WV Girls Basketball Power Ratings: January 18, 2017”

BasketballNight.com WV Boys Basketball Power Ratings: January 13, 2017

Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia presents the sixth edition of the BasketballNight.com WV Boys Power Ratings, computed and released January 13, 2017. These ratings were computed using all available scoring data at basketballnight.com as of 10:30 PM January 13. Please contact us with any missing scores so we can get it fixed for the next edition of the BasketballNight.com WV Boys Power Ratings. The Power Ratings are calculated using scores between WVSSAC-member teams reported to basketballnight.com. Teams with less than two games versus WVSSAC-member teams are excluded from the ratings. Continue reading “BasketballNight.com WV Boys Basketball Power Ratings: January 13, 2017”

BasketballNight.com WV Girls Basketball Power Ratings: January 13, 2017

Basketball Friday Night in West Virginia presents the sixth edition of the BasketballNight.com WV Girls Power Ratings, computed and released January 13, 2017. These ratings were computed using all available scoring data at basketballnight.com as of 10:30 PM January 13. Please contact us with any missing scores so we can get it fixed for the next edition of the BasketballNight.com WV Girls Power Ratings. The Power Ratings are calculated using scores between WVSSAC-member teams reported to basketballnight.com. Teams with less than two games versus WVSSAC-member teams are excluded from the ratings. Continue reading “BasketballNight.com WV Girls Basketball Power Ratings: January 13, 2017”

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Seth Meadows – Standout Athlete of the Week January 13,2017

Seth Meadows is a 6’3 shooting guard for the PikeView Panthers who uses his talents for learning to not only succeed in the classroom, but also on the basketball court.  He is a hard-nosed competitor who provides a first-rate example for teammates in all phases of life.  For these reasons, Seth is this week’s Basketball Friday Night in WV Standout Athlete of the Week.

His head coach, Colton Thompson, says Seth is invaluable on the court because he has such a good understanding of the game and gameplan and functions as a coach on the floor.  Seth’s father, Tucker Meadows, also serves as PikeView’s assistant coach and echoes Coach Thompson’s thoughts on Seth’s value as a de-facto member of the coaching staff.

Coach Thompson says the senior is relied upon for guidance and has no problem showing the younger players both how to play and how to practice.

His father remarks about the dedication Seth shows toward improving and how that extends even beyond normal practice hours.

Seth is also accomplished on the baseball diamond, as he was the starting catcher on this past year’s state runner-up Panthers squad.  Coach Thompson says he sees a carryover from the tough nature of baseball to the basketball court for Seth.  His father says that toughness and work ethic that Seth displays was put in place at an early age.

Seth is also very successful in the classroom, as he sports a 4.1 GPA and is also a member of the National Honor Society.  Coach Thompson says it is because of Seth’s mental acuity that he can function so well not only in the classroom, but on the court as well and his father says schoolwork is something in which Seth takes a lot of pride.

Seth Meadows is a prime example of hard work paying off, but he has no plans of stopping anytime soon.  He has already qualified for the PROMISE Scholarship and once his senior year is complete will continue his schooling, most likely in either engineering or education.