Today's Paper Obits Crime Today's Photos Prep Sports Four's telling Northwest Profiles Opinion: A life sacrificed Puzzles
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

BOYS

PRAIRIE GROVE 62, HAAS HALL 42

Zeke Laird scored 16 points to lead the Tigers to a 20-point win Friday night in the regular season finale for both teams.

Rhett Owens led Haas Hall with 17. The Mastiffs will open 3A-1 District Tournament action on Monday against Cedarville in Charleston.

PROVIDENCE ACADEMY 55, MCDONALD CO. (MO.) 25

The Patriots rolled to a senior night win as senior SK SHittu scored 10 points, had 14 rebounds and blocked 5 shots.

Braden Thomas led Providence (18-9) with 17 points and Taylor Weber added 11. The Patriots will travel to Clarksville on Tuesday.

LR PARKVIEW 76, SYLVAN HILLS 65

Senior forward Javon Franklin scored 29 points to lead the Patriots.

Jordan Washington led Sylvan Hills with 21 points.

Franklin’s layup with six minutes left in the fourth put Parkview up 60-54.

BAPTIST PREP 66, CENTRAL ARKANSAS CHRISTIAN 37

Connor Vanover scored 17 points and blocked five shots as the Eagles (22-4) whipped the host Mustangs (8-13). Dylan Hogan added 16 points and Issac Mc-Bride had 15 points and five steals for Baptist Prep. Jason Gray scored 11 and Kam Vick 10 for CAC.

BENTON 55, SHERIDAN 46

Senior Fred Harris scored a career-high 22 points to go along with six rebounds as the Panthers defeated the Yellowjackets in Benton. Harris was 7-of-9 shooting from the floor and 8 of 8 from the free-throw line.

CHARLESTON 48, OZARK 26

Brandon Fenner finished with 16 points and the visiting Tigers (17-9) earned a victory over the Hillbillies. Chase Ewing added nine points for Charleston, which led 19-12 at halftime and 34-15 at the end of the third quarter. Ethan Massingale led Ozark with 10 points.

JONESBORO 55, PARAGOULD 40

Tony Huston led the top-ranked Hurricane with 17 points in a victory over the Rams. Desi Sills added 11 for Jonesboro, which led 25-17 at the half and 42-29 after three quarters.

MILLS 44, PINE BLUFF 43

Grehlon Easter scored 15 points, and the Comets (23-1) survived a late rally by the Zebras (16-7). University of Arkansas signee Darious Hall and Quawn Marshall each added 10 for Mills, which started the fourth quarter with a 34-26 advantage. Senior DeQuan Morris scored 13 and junior Kendrick Thorn 12 for Pine Bluff.

BEEBE 37, MOUNTAIN HOME 33

Senior K.J. O’Neill led the Badgers (13-10) with 13 points in a victory over the Bombers (9-14) in Beebe. The Badgers overcame a 27-25 deficit after three quarters. Sophomore Chris Wehmeyer scored 15 and junior Garrett Dietsche 10 for Mountain Home.

HOPE 67, MAGNOLIA 54

Senior T.D. Walton led the Bobcats (10-9) with 27 points in a victory over the Panthers (9-9) in Hope. Keith Brown added 15 and Markel Haynie 10 for Hope, which outscored Magnolia 25-9 in the second quarter to take a 36-21 halftime advantage. Magnolia was led by senior Trey Davis with 21 points and senior Greg Martin with 16 points.

IZARD COUNTY 78, ARMOREL 59

Taylor Reynolds poured in 29 points as the Cougars (28-9) defeated the Tigers in Brockwell. Tanner Brooks added 13, Justus Cooper 12 and Dallas Farmer 12 for Izard County, which led 13-12 after one quarter, 35-27 at the half and 53-41 after three quarters.

JACKSONVILLE 62, LITTLE ROCK HALL 48

Tyree Appleby poured in 22 points as the Titans (12-11) defeated the Warriors (14-9) in Jacksonville. Dajuan Ridgeway added 17 for Jacksonville, which led 27-22 at the half.

OSCEOLA 85, GOSNELL 65

Makai Caruthers scored 20 points and Steveon Fowler added 15 points while pulling down 12 rebounds as the Seminoles (22-4) defeated the Pirates (15-10) in Osceola. Michael Caruthers also scored 15 points and Griffin Denkins 12 for Osceola, which led 38-29 at the half. For Gosnell, Trajan Donnerson and Tramaine Anderson each scored 14 points while Bradon Partee and Rodale Jones each chipped in with 13.

PULASKI ACADEMY 51, LITTLE ROCK CHRISTIAN 45

Junior Tra Johnson scored 24 points as the Bruins (4-15) used a 31-13 second half to defeat the Warriors (11-12). Junior Isiah Woods and senior Connor Parr each added 10 for Pulaski Academy, which trailed 32-20 at the half. Juniors Justice Hill and Will Strickland each scored 11 for Little Rock Christian.

RIVERSIDE 47, BROOKLAND 36

Gavin Stone paced the Rebels (25-9) with 25 points and the host team outscored the Bearcats 14-4 in the second quarter to take control of the contest. Brookland was led by David Ballard’s 12 points.

STUTTGART 74, MARIANNA 73 (2OT)

Sophomore Tim Johnson scored 26 points as the Ricebirds (16-4) survived a double-overtime affair with the Trojans in Stuttgart. Sophomore Dawanje Hogan added 14, and freshman Jake Banks 12 for Stuttgart. The game was tied at 50 after regulation and at 60 going into the second overtime.

GIRLS

PRAIRIE GROVE 61, HAAS HALL 48

Camree Bartholomew scored 19 points to lead the Lady Tigers to a regular-season ending win over Haas Hall on Friday.

Angela Saitta scored a game-high 20 points for Haas Hall (3-18), who will open play in the 3A-1 District Tournament at 4 p.m. Monday against Cedarville in Charleston.

PROVIDENCE ACADEMY 54, MCDONALD CO. (MO.) 46

Haley Kate Webb scored a game-high 20 points and had 12 rebounds to lead the Lady Patriots (18-8) to a senior night win.

Austeja Buivydiate added 11.

Reagan Wilson scored 10 for the Lady Mustangs

LITTLE ROCK HALL 60, JACKSONVILLE 51

Senior Alexias Burns and junior Amber Brooks each scored 16 points as the Lady Warriors (5-17) defeated the Lady Titans in Jacksonville. Hall led 43-28 heading into the final quarter. Alaysia Kelly put in 15 points and Allexias Adams 11 for Hall. Allison Seats led Jacksonville with 18 points.

BALD KNOB 71, NEWPORT 34

Makenzie Nixon tossed in 17 points as the Lady Bulldogs (23-2) posted a victory over the host Lady Greyhounds. Kinlee Varnell added 14 for Bald Knob, which led 26-7 after one quarter, 42-18 at the half and 60-32 after three quarters. Jada Walton’s 14 points paced Newport.

CARLISLE 58, CONCORD 49

Kylie Warren scored 16 points and the Lady Bison (23-3) overcame a 23-17 halftime deficit to defeat the Lady Pirates (19-9) in Carlisle. DeShaye Ricks added 15 and Kayla Golleher 14 for Carlisle, which outscored Concord 20-11 in the third quarter to take a 37-34 advantage. Mallory Benton and Kaleah Davis each scored 19 points for Concord.

CAVE CITY 59, SALEM 27

Behind 15 points from senior Michelle Uptown and 12 from senior Aly Landers, the Cavewomen (6-12) defeated the Lady Greyhounds (12-10) in Cave City. Cave City led 27-20 at the half and outscored Salem 20-4 in the third quarter.

CENTRAL ARKANSAS CHRISTIAN 56, BAPTIST PREP 27

Junior Christyn Williams led the Lady Mustangs (24-2) with 25 points in a road victory over the Lady Eagles. Jenna Davis added 16 points for CAC. Alex Barnett led Baptist Prep with 16 points.

CONWAY 60, CABOT 20

Jacie Higgins topped all scorers with 17 points as the Lady Wampus Cats (20-6, 6-3) won a home 7A-Central Conference game over the Lady Panthers (15-7, 4-5). Savannah Lowe added nine points and Myia Yelder scored eight for Conway, which led 33-9 at the half and 54-15 after three quarters.

GREENBRIER 43, MORRILTON 41

Breleigh Simmons knocked down 21 points as the Lady Panthers edged the Lady Devil Dogs in Greenbrier. Hollan Donham added nine points for Greenbrier. Mary Kate Kordsmeier scored 14 and Tamia Timpleton 13 for Morrilton.

HOT SPRINGS LAKESIDE 69, CAMDEN FAIRVIEW 57

Senior Tatum Rice led the Lady Rams (17-6) with 14 points, and Lakeside outscored the Lady Cardinals 16-9 in the third quarter to take control. Sophomore Ashton Patrick and senior Daylyn Bellamy each added 13 points and senior Lexi Tejcek put in 12 for Lakeside, which led 33-28 at the half. Sophomore Anna Dawson led Fairview (8-15) with 20 points while seniors Mikeya Haygood scored 13 and Kynzi Morgan 10.

HUNTSVILLE 43, VALLEY SPRINGS 41

Senior Delanie Tipton scored 14 points as the Lady Eagles (20-8) slipped by the Lady Tigers (28-4). Junior Maci Campbell added 10 for Huntsville. Junior Brylee Graddy scored 14 to pace Valley Springs.

IZARD COUNTY 64, ARMOREL 29

Jen King scored 15 points and the Lady Cougars (27-4) outscored the Lady Tigers 16-4 in the third quarter to pull away for a victory. Kennedy Cooper added 14 points for Izard County, which led 10-5 after one quarter, 37-15 at the half and 53-19 after three quarters.

LAKE HAMILTON 38, DE QUEEN 31

Sophomore Sara Bershers scored 17 points, blocked six shots and made five assists as the Lady Wolves (16-7) knocked off the Lady Leopards.

LITTLE ROCK CENTRAL 56, BRYANT 20

Bre’Amber Scott scored 19 points as the Lady Tigers (19-3, 8-2) rolled to a 7A-Central home victory over the Lady Hornets (3-19, 0-10). Abigayle Jackson added 11 for Central, which held Bryant to 4-of-23 shooting through the first three quarters. Bryant, which was guilty of 19 turnovers, was led by Mary Catherine Selig’s six points.

MOUNTAIN HOME 30, BEEBE 29

Junior Hannah Pfeifer hit a 30-footer at the buzzer to give the Lady Bombers (14-11) a victory over the Lady Badgers (17-8) in Beebe. Junior Libbie Hill led Beebe with 10 points. Beebe led 15-12 entering the final quarter.

NORFORK 78, JASPER 54

Kelsey Acklin led the Lady Panthers with 25 points in a victory over the Lady Pirates (27-7). Marleigh Dodson added 19 for Norfork, which outscored Jasper 26-10 from the free-throw line. For Jasper, Cassie Emerson scored 15 and Leah Shellnut 13.

Print Headline: High school basketball roundup

Sponsor Content

Comments

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT