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CHARLESTON, WV (AP) -

Aaron Muncy scored 21 points to lead Tug Valley to a 58-41 win over Charleston Catholic in the Class A championship game Saturday.

Austin Brewer added 15 points and Mikey Newsome scored 10 for top-seeded Tug Valley

It was certain 1 of the teams would win a second consecutive state crown. Tug Valley took the Class AA title last year before dropping down to Class A. Charleston Catholic won in Class A a year ago.

But there was no repeat of 2012's scoring drought, when Charleston Catholic beat St. Marys 40-34 in the lowest-ever scoring Class A championship game.

Tug Valley (25-3) took the lead for good midway through the second quarter and pulled away after that.

Nick George had 13 points for third-seeded Charleston Catholic (24-4).