MT. STORM, W.Va. — Highland is headed to the stretch run of its regular season.

The Rams may be playing their best basketball.
Coach Thomas Moore and his group clawed back to the .500 mark on the season with a pair of wins over West Virginia schools, beating Paw Paw at home on Saturday afternoon, 71-59, before whipping Union Educational Complex on the road Monday night, 63-45.
The Rams improved to 7-7 on the season with the two victories.
Colton Williams led the winners with 25 points on Saturday, Jacob Phillips had 15 and Ethan Moore chipped in 12.
Donovan Tanoye had 22 points for Paw Paw.
Monday night, Highland jumped in front early and cruised to its fifth victory in the last six starts.
Ethan Moore had 17 points, Michael Campbell scored 13, Phillips had 12 and Eli Moore notched 11.
Hunter Gaither scored 13 for Union.
The Rams were scheduled to host Parry McCluer on Wednesday and are at home again on Friday to face off with Bath County.

Saturday’s boxscore
Paw Paw (59): Tyler McGraw 7, Dalton Kasekamp 12, Greyson Corbett 4, Conner William 0, Donovan Tanouye 22, Dalton Givevan 0, Dreden Heath 0, Marshall Carder 14
Highland (71): Eli Moore 2, Zach Armstrong 2, Patton Hull 0, Elijah Good 0, Colton Williams 25, Ethan Moore 12, Michael Campbell 9, Dewey Moyers 0, Jacob Phillips 15, John Wagner 6
Halftime score: Highland 26, Paw Paw 19
Three-point goals: Paw Paw 3 (Carder 2, McGraw); Highland 2 (Et. Moore 2)

Monday’s boxscore
Highland (63): Eli Moore 11, Zach Armstrong 0, Patton Hull 0, Elijah Good 4, Colton Williams 2, Ethan Moore 17, Michael Campbell 13, Jacob Phillips 12, John Wagner 4
Union (45): Josh Burdock 9, Blake Didawick 0, Kylar Lewis 0, Sammy Jones 9, Braxton Crites 0, Jacob Wolfe 0, Hunter Gaither 13, Corbin Sheets 4, Cole Kitzmiller 2, Eric Linkswiler 8
Halftime score: Highland 39, Union 19
Three-point goals: Highland 6 (Campbell 3, Phillips 2, Et. Moore); Union 3 (Burdock, Jones, Linkswiler)