Justin Phillips scored 20 points as the Patriots beat Martinsburg 62-41.
Wheeling Central held Ravenswood to just 27 percent shooting on Saturday for the Class A championship.
Chapmanville Regional defeated Fairmont Senior 69-60 on Saturday for the Class AA boys basketball state title.
George Washington moves on to face Martinsburg for the Class AAA state championship.
Brent Price and Owen Gainer combined for 36 points as the Maroon Knights beat Trinity 61-45.
Martinsburg rallied from a 16-point deficit to beat University in the Class AAA semifinals.
Fairmont Senior and Chapmanville set to face off for the Class AA title -- a matchup of two teams with a combined record of 51-1.
Isaiah Morgan put together one of the best state tournament efforts at the foul line without a miss as Ravenswood beat Tug Valley 64-48.
Chapmanville Regional pulled away in the second half to beat Winfield, returning to the Class AA state championship game for a second straight year.
Trinity hit a late 3 in first overtime to stay alive and eventually beat Notre Dame 64-52.
George Washington advanced to the Class AAA semifinals with a 61-59 win over defending champion Huntington.
Wheeling Central goes 16 of 20 in the second half and defeats Tyler Consolidated 71-52.
Ravenswood advances into the school's seventh state tournament semifinal.
No. 4 Martinsburg advances into the Class AAA semifinals with a 58-48 win over Woodrow Wilson.
Tug Valley defeated Greater Beckley Christian 83-52 as the Panthers have won their four postseason games by an average of 42.5 points.
Philip Barbour defeated Bluefield 57-56 in the Class AA quarterfinals as Cole Whited set a state tournament record, making 13 of 13 shots.
University overcame an 11-0 deficit and beat rival Morgantown 70-51 for a berth in the AAA semifinals.
Fairmont Senior defeated Braxton County 98-62 for a spot in the Class AA semifinals.
Chapmanville Regional beat Bridgeport 70-44 on Wednesday in the Class AA quarterfinals.
Musselman rallies in the second half to beat No. 2 Parkersburg South for its first win at the state tournament.