The West Virginia State Tourney is officially in the books. Let’s take a look at some of the 2026 Top Performers from the 3 days of action we took in here from Charleston. Noah Lewis – State – Pos 6'5"…
The West Virginia State Tourney is officially in the books. Let’s take a look at some of the 2026 Top Performers from the 3 days of action we took in here from Charleston.
Lewis has a nice set of shoulders already for his young age down in the paint. Noah has a soft touch around the cup and was very effective when using the glass to finish. Lewis plays quite aggressive down low for his age in the paint. He will look to work for position and play with his back to the basket. This Patriot is a player to monitor in the years to come here in the Mountaineer State.
Silvis was the 6th man for the Patriots coming off the bench. Harry provides a good shooting touch from the perimeter. He was already ready to receive the ball in the pocket for a shot. Silvis and the Patriots lost a tough one to Morgantown in the State Class AAAA State Championship Game.
Ferris surely doesn’t lack any confidence or swagger for his young age. Brayden plays the game with a fearless mindset and has no problems chatting it up from time to time on the floor. Brayden dropped 22 points in the opener vs Wahama HS. He connected on some short jumpers today for the Panthers.
Ferris will be surely a name to follow moving forward here in the Mountaineer State from the 2026 Class.
Olejasz plays down in the paint for the Maroon Knights. Max has a slender-sleek frame and surely will be growing into his frame down the road. He was able to shield defenders at times today. Max connected on a short corner jumper for the Maroon Knights. Olejasz finished with 8 points in the opening round loss to Bluefield HS.