Posted On: 03/23/21 2:44 PM

Dave Morrison
Princeton’s Delathon “Lay-Lay” Wilborn has been one of the state’s top surprises early in the season.
He has led the Tigers to a 4-0 start and has emerged a a scoring threat, averaging 23.3 points per game.
Wilborn, a 5-10 senior showed that in his 36-point effort against rival Bluefield Friday.
He was 10 of 16 shooting and 4 of 4 on 3s.
It was Wilborn’s third straight game with at least 23 points after averaging seven points last year, with a previous career high of 16, also against Bluefield.
He added seven rebounds, four steals and seemed to be everywhere on both ends of the floor. He showed a great court awareness.
Coach Robb Williams said that Wilborn worked hard in the summer, through the Covid pandemic, to improve his game.
It’s showing.
Another scorer who has been on a tear, no surprise, is Shady Spring’s Braden Chapman Braden Chapman 6'0" | SG Shady Spring | 2023 State WV .
In his last two games Chapman has scored 32 (vs. Poca) and 33 (vs. Wyoming East), both of

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