Sports Roundup

Posted: February 4, 2018 at 1 a.m.

PREP BASKETBALL

Boys

Friday

Elkins 71, Shiloh Christian 61

The Elks had five players score in double figures in a 10-point win over Shiloh Christian on Friday in 3A/4A District 1 action.

Paxton Barnett led the way for Elkins (17-7, 11-5) with 19 points. Ethan Hipps had 17 and Layne Evans scored 13. Chad Graham and Quinn McClain had 10 points each.

Seth Turpin led the Saints (12-9, 10-6) with 18 points and Reagan Neal scored 17.

Eureka Springs 50, Decatur 28

The Highlanders rolled to a big win Friday in 1A/2A District 1 action.

Garrett Cross scored 26 points for Eureka Springs (16-10). Taylor Haisman led Decatur (5-18) with 10.

Western Grove 61, Jasper 38

The Warriors outscored Jasper 22-7 in the third quarter to pull away for the big win Friday night.

Hunter Baker poured in a game-high 34 points for Western Grove (21-11), which led 26-20 at halftime but was in control 48-27 after three quarters. Ethan Dickey added nine points. Caleb Carter led Jasper (12-18) with 20 points.

Clarksville 58, Siloam Springs 43

Bob Hurley scored a team-high 21 points to lead the Panthers to the win Friday.

Clarksville outscored Siloam Springs 20-8 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the win. Trace Thomas added 17 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. Cole Clark chipped in 11 points.

Omaha 71, Kingston 59

Garrett Matlock scored 35 points as Omaha defeated Kingston for the second time in five days.

Matlock, a 6-foot-6 senior post, scored 13 of Omaha's 15 points in the third quarter as the Eagles (32-1) were able to stretch a 35-30 halftime lead into a 50-40 margin.

Trey Stone was the only other Omaha player in double figures with 13 points. Avery Weaver and Cooper Riley each scored 18 for Kingston while Jacob Murrell added 12.

Charleston 69, Mansfield 42

Brayden Ross had 18 points to lead three Charleston players in double figures as the Tigers knocked off Mansfield in a 4A/3A District 5 game Thursday night.

Blaine Rowland added 12 and Jacob Green 11 for Charleston (15-5, 10-1).

Pea Ridge 57, Haas Hall-Fayetteville 30

The Blackhawks (21-4, 15-1) locked down the 3A/4A District 1 league championship on Friday night as Kobe Rose scored 13 points.

Rhett Owen led Haas Hall (5-14, 5-11) with 12 points.

Gravette 58, Gentry 56

The Lions earned a big road win Friday by holding off Gentry at the end in 3A/4A District 1 action.

Dayten Wishon led Gravette (18-6, 12-4) with 13 points. Kelton Trembly scored 12 and Chris Childress had 11.

Sophomore Luke Fox poured in a game-high 29 for Gentry (10-13, 5-11).

Greenwood 54, Farmington 43

Farmington was able to cut the fourth-quarter lead to 45-43 late in the game, but Greenwood (12-10, 7-2 Class 5A/6A District 1) then scored the last nine points of the game to pull away late.

Jordan Sheppard and Zane Harmon each scored a game-high 17 points to lead the way for Greenwood, which extended its winning streak to three games.

Farmington (6-17, 0-8) was led by Jaylen Montez scoring a team-high 11, while Payton Maxwell added 10 for the Cardinals.

Baptist Prep 75, LISA Academy 31

Brooks Spoon scored 11 points as Baptist Prep defeated LISA Academy. Isaac McBride, James Singleton and Noah Johnson added 10 points each for Baptist Prep.

Thursday

Valley Springs 87, Bergman 55

The Tigers cruised to a 30-point win as four players scored in double figures.

Sophomore Lawson Jenkins led the way for Valley Springs (24-7, 8-2) with 20 points. Spender Graddy added 19, Ethan Flud 14 and Briley Saunier 10.

GIRLS

Friday

Greenwood 60, Farmington 32

The Lady Bulldogs got 30 points off the bench and crushed Farmington on Friday.

Sophomore Jaelin Glass scored 11 to lead a balanced Greenwood (14-9, 7-2) scoring attack.

Joelle Tidwell led Farmington (19-4, 7-2) with 8 points.

Gentry 53, Gravette 52

Chastery Fuamatu hit a layup at the buzzer to lift the Lady Pioneers to a big win Friday night.

Gentry trailed by three late before hitting two closing shots. The win likely locked down the No. 2 seed in the upcoming 4A-1 Conference Tournament.

Fuamatu led Gentry (16-8, 14-2) with 18 points and Haley Hays added 14.

Gravette (18-6, 13-3) finished with three double-digit scorers. Senior guard Kyrstin Branscum poured in 15, followed by sophomore guard Madison Spencer with 12 and freshman guard Shylee Morrison with 10.

Elkins 63, Shiloh Christian 33

The Lady Elks steamrolled Shiloh Christian on Friday with three players scoring in double figures.

Sophie Hollingsworth led the way for Elkins (15-8, 10-6) with 13 points. Carla Burton scored 12 and Tink Harris 10.

Anna McGredy had 15 points for the Lady Saints (11-12, 6-10).

Jasper 88, Western Grove 39

The Lady Pirates led 58-21 at halftime and cruised to their 60th consecutive conference win on senior night.

Leah Shellnut led Jasper (26-7) with 18 points. Hope Brasel scored 16, Kara Flud added 15 and Molly Waters 14.

Hailey Woods scored 16 for Western Grove.

Prairie Grove 58, Lincoln 50 (OT)

Prairie Grove outscored Lincoln 11-3 in overtime to beat the Lady Wolves.

Emily Grant finished with 23 points after she scored 27 in Tuesday's win over Shiloh Christian. Grant was 13 of 16 from the line after going 10 for 10 against Shiloh Christian.

Tristan Cunningham scored 16 points to lead the Lady Wolves (14-11). The Lady Tigers (14-10) made 25 of 34 free throws against Lincoln.

Pea Ridge 62, Haas Hall-Fayetteville 28

The Lady Blackhawks rolled to a 3A/4A District 1 win Friday night as Hollyn Davis scored 18 points.

Batesville 65, Greenbrier 43

Taylor Griffin scored 21 points to lead Batesville to a 6A/5A-2 victory in Greenbrier. Hannah Baxter and Isabella Higginbottom added 10 points each for the Lady Pioneers (17-5, 8-1), who led 36-18 at halftime and 55-27 after three quarters. Hannah Donham led Greenbrier (2-20, 1-7) with 10 points.

Camden Fairview 55, Texarkana 51

Camden Fairview (9-11, 4-8 6A/5A-6) outscored Texarkana 30-26 in the second half to pull out the home victory. Raven Porchia and Anna Dawson scored 11 points apiece to lead the Lady Cardinals. Tierra Holliman led Texarkana with 19.

Izard County 63, Rural Special 56

Abby Brashear scored 24 points to lead Izard County (12-17) to a nonconference victory over Rural Special. Harley Thomason scored 15 points for the Lady Cougars.

Jacksonville 54, Little Rock Parkview 52

The Lady Titans (13-10, 6-4) missed 5 of 11 free throws in the final quarter, but Shymaryia Christopher dribbled out the final 20 seconds to grab a 6A/5A-4 victory over the Lady Patriots (12-8, 6-4) on Friday at Titans Gym. Jacksonville had a one-point lead at the half, then increased that to four in the third quarter before holding on for the victory. DeShundra Shockley led Jacksonville with 19 points. Christopher added 16 and Sharonda Perry had 10. For the Lady Patriots, Kania Lasker had 18 and Mikayla Alexander added 12.

Little Rock McClellan 56, Mills 14

Dasha Brown led the way with 21 points and Takyra Miles added 11 as the Crimson Lions won easily. Brittney Patterson pitched in nine and Jayyria Brown scored 8. Cetra Dale had 11 points to lead Mills.

Pulaski Academy 61, Little Rock Fair 24

Pulaski Academy held visiting Little Rock Fair to seven points in the first half on the way to an easy 6A/5A-4 victory. Mattie Hatcher and Jazmine McMillan scored 12 points each to pace the Lady Bruins.

Vilonia 38, Beebe 37

Trailing 32-29 at the end of the third quarter, Vilonia outscored host Beebe 9-5 to earn a 6A/5A-2 victory. Lauren Patterson scored 15 points to lead Vilonia. Katie Turner's 15 points led Beebe.

PREP SWIMMING

Har-Ber Invitational

at Jones Center, Springdale

Thursday

Girls

Team Scores -- 1. Fayetteville 548; 2. Bentonville High 463; 3. Haas Hall-Fayetteville 213; 4. Bentonville West 192; 5. (tie) Rogers High and Springdale High 177; 7. Mountain Home 128; 8. Siloam Springs 124; 9. Springdale Har-Ber 87; 10. Rogers Heritage 55; 11. Haas Hall-Bentonville 40; 12. Alma 32; 13. Fort Smith Southside 23; 14. Van Buren 3.

200 Medley Relay -- 1. Fayetteville (Olivia Keith, Audrey McKinnon, Caroline Stelte, Kexin Meng), 1:54.44; 2. Bentonville, 2:03.16; 3. Rogers, 2:07.21; 4. Fayetteville B, 2:08.61; 5. Bentonville West, 2:17.53.

200 Freestyle -- 1. Hayley Pike, Haas Hall-Bentonville; 1:56.83; 2. Lily DeSpain, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 2:00.01; 3. Audrey McKinnon, Fayetteville, 2:01.33; 4. Olivia Keith, Fayetteville, 2:02.29; 5. Lainey Quandt, Bentonville, 2:07.97.

200 IM -- 1. Martina Thomas, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 2:12.42; 2. Loren Hedgecock, Bentonville, 2:21.48; 3. Lainey Quandt, Bentonville, 2:23.06; 4. Savannah Martin, Alma, 2:24.01; 5. Sage Halderman, Har-Ber, 2:24.95.

50 Freestyle -- 1. Kexin Meng, Fayetteville, 26.05; 2. Kristen Stalder, Rogers, 26.42; 3. Rachel Reaves, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 26.62; 4. Caroline Stelte, Fayetteville, 26.90; 5. Sarah Welcher, Fayetteville, 27.25.

100 Butterfly -- 1. Hayley Pike, Haas Hall-Bentonville, 59.54; 2. Luciana Thomas, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 59.82; 3. Madeline Marks, Bentonville, 1:01.38; 4. Martina Thomas, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 1:02.36; 5. Aisling Allen, Fayetteville, 1:03.98.

100 Freestyle -- 1. Olivia Keith, Fayetteville, 56.47; 2. Kexin Meng, Fayetteville, 56.70; 3. Loren Hedgecock, Bentonville, 57.29; 4. Kristen Stalder, Rogers, 57.60; 5. Gabby Collins, Bentonville, 57.69.

500 Freestyle -- 1. Madeline Marks, Bentonville, 5:20.60; 2. Rachel Reaves, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 5:25.24; 3. Aisling Allen, Fayetteville, 5:37.02; 4. Olivia Marquardt, Bentonville, 5:41.76; 5. Sarah Welcher, Fayetteville, 5:57.23.

200 Freestyle Relay -- 1. Fayetteville (Olivia Keith, Audrey McKinnon, Caroline Stelte, Kexin Meng), 1:44.45; 2. Bentonville, 1:45.64; 3. Fayetteville B, 1:51.53; 4. Bentonville West, 1:58.19; 5. Bentonville B, 2:00.21.

100 Backstroke -- 1. Luciana Thomas, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 1:02.05; 2. Audrey McKinnon, Fayetteville, 1:03.39; 3. Gabby Collins, Bentonville, 1:08.05; 4. Lily Melendez, FS Southside, 1:08.70; 5. Maggie Wilson, Springdale, 1:09.01.

100 Breaststroke -- 1. Lily DeSpain, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 1:10.37; 2. Savannah Martin, Alma, 1:12.07; 3. Diana Campos, Springdale, 1:14.91; 4. Addison Lawrence, Bentonville West, 1:15.21; 5. Paige Taylor, Bentonville, 1:16.06.

400 Freestyle Relay -- 1. Haas Hall-Fayetteville (Luciana Thomas, Lily DeSpain, Corinne DeSpain, Martina Thomas), 3:53.08; 2. Bentonville, 3:54.50; 3. Fayetteville, 4:05.44; 4. Bentonville B, 4:16.54; 5. Bentonville West, 4:34.67.

1-Meter Diving -- 1. Addison Trunick, Springdale, 217.10; 2. Lauren Fink, Springdale, 205.35; 3. Caitlin Hodge, Bentonville, 192.50; 4. Taylor Hiroyasu, Bentonville, 189.85; 5. Katherine Marquardt, Bentonville, 168.10.

Boys

Team Scores -- 1. Bentonville High 606; 2. Fayetteville 410; 3. Bentonville West 335; 4. Siloam Springs 159; 5. Mountain Home 149; 6. Fort Smith Southside 127; 7. Rogers High 111; 8. Fort Smith Northside 90; 9. Springdale High 76; 10. Rogers Heritage 65; 11. Springdale Har-Ber 63; 12. Haas Hall-Fayetteville 14; 13. Van Buren 2.

200 Medley Relay -- 1. Bentonville (Simon Mooney, Zane Sutton, Ryan Husband, Owen Radcliffe), 1:41.46; 2. Fayetteville, 1:49.56; 3. Bentonville West, 1:49.59; 4 Siloam Springs, 1:55.39; 5. FS Southside, 1:56.81.

200 Freestyle -- 1. Ryan Husband, Bentonville, 1:45.31; 2. Zane Sutton, Bentonville, 1:48.16; 3. Kyle Mayer, Fayetteville, 1:55.63; 4. Austin Mondello, Bentonville, 1:56.34; 5. Noah Pinales, Bentonville West, 1:57.74.

200 IM -- 1. Gavin Vann, Bentonville West, 2:03.36; 2. Simon Mooney, Bentonville, 2:08.74; 3. Grant Hearne, Fayetteville, 2:12.82; 4. Caleb Tong, Bentonville, 2:15.65; 5. Jackson Woodard, Fayetteville, 2:16.32.

50 Freestyle -- 1. Gavin Vann, Bentonville West, 22.67; 2. Owen Radcliffe, Bentonville, 23.39; 3. Griffith Johnson, FS Northside, 23.86; 4. Florian Oberdoerfer, Mountain Home, 24.55; 5. Chris Abel, Bentonville West, 24.57.

100 Butterfly -- 1. Ryan Husband, Bentonville, 53.92; 2. Micah Murdock, FS Southside, 57.33; 3. Austin Mondello, Bentonville, 58.76; 4. Noah Pinales, Bentonville West, 58.93; 5. Nicholas Howard, FS Southside, 1:00.23.

100 Freestyle -- 1. Zane Sutton, Bentonville, 48.36; 2. Kyle Mayer, Fayetteville, 51.38; 3. Owen Radcliffe, Bentonville, 52.15; 4. Caleb Tong, Bentonville, 54.47; 5. Jevonn Cobin, FS Northside, 54.81.

500 Freestyle -- 1. Gavin Husband, Bentonville, 5:21.98; 2. Luke Parisi, Fayetteville, 5:22.21; 3. Grant Hearne, Fayetteville, 5:23.62; 4. Jaiden Hartley, Bentonville, 5:25.36; 5. Cody Kemeier, Bentonville West, 5:32.43.

200 Freestyle Relay -- 1. Bentonville West (Chris Abel, Philip Reeves, Ryan Reddell, Gavin Vann), 1:36.63; 2. Bentonville A, 1:38.72; 3. Fayetteville A, 1:39.53; 4. FS Southside, 1:42.40; 5. Bentonville B, 1:43.84.

100 Backstroke -- 1. Simon Mooney, Bentonville, 56.43; 2. Micah Murdock, FS Southside, 1:00.58; 3. Brigham Hill, Bentonville, 1:01.34; 4. Jake Noble, Bentonville, 1:01.56; 5. Ryan Ladmirault, FS Northside, 1:01.64.

100 Breaststroke -- 1. Jevonn Cobin, FS Northside, 1:07.02; 2. Luke Parisi, Fayetteville, 1:08.27; 3. Landon Cottrell, Siloam Springs, 1:09.06; 4. Griffith Johnson, FS Northside, 1:09.36; 5. Lucas Pena, Springdale, 1:09.41.

400 Freestyle Relay -- 1. Bentonville (Ryan Husband, Simon Mooney, Owen Radcliffe, Zane Sutton), 3:22.28; 2. Bentonville B, 3:38.17; 3. Fayetteville, 3:44.93; 4. Bentonville West, 3:45.19; 5. Fayetteville B, 3:55.59.

1-Meter Diving -- 1. Martin Keown, Bentonville, 231.35; 2. Brayden Martin, Bentonville West, 210.60; 3. Charlie Louree, Rogers, 137.95; 4. Christian Bryan, Bentonville West, 92.65.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Ecclesia College 12, Central Christian 1

Madison Bates scattered three hits over six innings to lead the Royals to a season-opening win Friday at home against Central Christian College at Tyson Park.

Bates (1-0), a senior right-hander, struck out seven and walked two in a 107-pitch outing.

The Royals scored 12 runs on 9 hits. Cam Dougherty was 2-for-4 and Zac Vincent was 2-for-3 with 2 RBIs. Ethan Casey homered for Ecclesia and drove in 2 runs.

Ecclesia College 11, Central Christian 4

The Royals completed the doubleheader sweep by scoring six runs in the fifth inning to break the game open.

J.T. Stalnaker homered and drove in 2 runs for Ecclesia. Matt Garrison was 2-for-5. Cam Dougherty, Drew Vinson and Zac Vincent each had 2 hits. Four players drove in 2 runs each for the Royals.

Mason Alexander earned the win despite allowing 12 hits in six innings.

PREP BASKETBALL

BOYS

Charleston 83, Subiaco Academy 67 Sophomore Brayden Ross had a double-double with

26 points and 18 rebounds as Charleston avenged its only 4A/3A District 5 loss with a homecoming win Saturday night over Subiaco.

Ross, son of Tigers coach B.J. Ross, led four players in double figures for Charleston (16-5, 11-1), which led

24-15 after one quarter and 44-28 at halftime. Chase Ewing added 20 for the Tigers, followed by Jacob Green

with 14 and Blaine Rowland with 12.

James Taylor had 23 for Subiaco, followed by Tom Meyers with 18 and Tyler Komp with 11.

Sports on 02/04/2018