Bentonville High 69, Huntsville 21
Bentonville limited Huntsville to just one free throw in the second quarter Saturday afternoon as the Lady Tigers completed their three-game sweep in the Crabtree Invitational.
Bentonville (6-1) already led 21-10 before its second-quarter outburst, which led to a 46-11 halftime cushion.
Avery Hughes finished with 14 points and was the only player in double figures for the Lady Tigers, who will head Wednesday to Orlando, Fla., for a three-day tournament. Paige Bennett led Huntsville with seven points.
Springdale High 65, Carl Junction, Mo. 61 (2OT)
The Lady Bulldogs knocked off Carl Junction in double-overtime on Friday as four players scored in double-figures.
Ashlyn Minchew led Springdale with 20 points. Ashley Pegue scored 16 and Amber Bersi 11. Senior Marquesha Davis had a double-double with 13 points and 15 rebounds.
Katie Scott scored a game-high 34 points for Carl Junction.
Van Buren 57, Jacksonville 45
The Lady Pointers rolled to a double-digit win Friday as three players scored in double figures.
Lexie Miller led a balanced Van Buren (6-3) attack with 13 points. Olivia Schnakenberg added 12 and Kayleigh Evans 11.
Shy Christopher led Jacksonville with 21 points.
Rogers High 62, Russellville 43
Junior Katie McConnell poured in a game-high 25 points and set a school record with seven 3-pointers to help the Mounties pull away in the second half for the nonconference win on Friday.
The Lady Mounties (7-3) were tied 23-23 at halftime but enjoyed a 17-7 advantage in the third quarter to grab the lead and go on to the win. Rogers made 10 of 20 3-pointers as a team, including 7 of 12 by McConnell.
Ally Figenskau was also in double figures with 12 points and added a team-high nine rebounds.
Harrison 57, Gravette 51
The Lady Goblins opened 4A-1 Conference action with a win, taking control of a close game in the fourth quarter.
Brylie Parker led Harrison with 15 points. Kenzi Parker scored 13 and Sydney Shrum 12.
Gabbi Scott scored 12 for Gravette and Jessica Bookout and Lizzy Ellis scored 11 each.
Jasper 49, Kingston 48
Taylor Davidson's free throw with 5 seconds remaining gave Jasper a 1A-1 Conference victory on its home floor over Kingston.
Hope Brasel had 20 points to lead Jasper (14-2, 3-1), while Davidson added 10. Mellia Johnson had 20 for Kingston (6-11, 1-1).
Clarksville 40, Dardanelle 26
Clarksville outscored Dardanelle 9-2 in the third quarter to take a double-digit lead and defeated the Lady Sand Lizards in 4A-4 Conference play.
Emmaline Rieder had 11 points and Autumn Miller 10 for Clarksville (10-3, 3-0), whose outburst turned a three-point halftime lead into a 24-14 cushion.
Mountain Home 54, Bentonville West 42
West managed only three points in the third quarter as Mountain Home pulled away and claimed a home nonconference win.
The Lady Bombers were able to stretch their 28-20 halftime lead into a 37-23 margin after three quarters.
Peyton Huskey had 18 points and Emma Martin 16 for Mountain Home. Shania Wilson finished with 18 points and was the only player in double figures for West (3-6).
Pea Ridge 55, Gentry 26
Hollyn Davis had 21 points as Pea Ridge opened 4A-1 Conference play with a convincing win at Gentry.
Gabby Adams added 11 for the Lady Blackhawks (11-2, 1-0), who jumped out to a 24-6 lead in the first quarter. Jaiden Wilmoth led Gentry (5-4, 0-1) with nine points.
Elkins 44, West Fork 40
Allison Coleman scored 13 points to lead Elkins (7-4, 1-1 3A-1 West) past West Fork.
The Lady Elks led 8-5 after one quarter and 19-10 at halftime. Lauren Hauser scored 13 points to lead West Fork (8-4, 1-1).
Stilwell (Okla.) 53, Siloam Springs 35
The Lady Panthers dropped their sixth straight game Friday with an 18-point loss at Stilwell, Okla.
It's the Lady Panthers' second loss of the season to the Lady Indians, who beat Siloam Springs 66-46 in the seventh-place game of the Inola Tournament.
Stilwell led 10-9 after the first quarter and 22-16 at halftime. Stilwell outscored the Lady Panthers 19-7 in the third period to take a 41-23 lead going into the fourth quarter.
Chloe Price led the Lady Panthers (2-8) with 14 points.
Julia Bruner led Stilwell with 17 points, while Caylin Livers had 13.
Lincoln 66, Cedarville 48
The Lady Wolves won their second 3A-1 West Conference game as Jessica Goldman scored 21 points.
Kyli Jenkins scored 16 and Tania Ortiz 12 for Lincoln (9-3, 2-0). On Tuesday, Lincoln downed Mansfield 53-24.
Bentonville High 60, FS Southside 52
Connor Deffebaugh had 15 points to lead four Bentonville players in double figures, and the Tigers used a strong third quarter to pull away from Southside and win Friday's game at the John Stanton Classic in Conway.
Bentonville (5-1) outscored Southside (4-7) 18-8 in the third quarter and stretched a three-point halftime lead into a 48-35 cushion.
Brayden Freeman added 14 for the Tigers while Michael Shanks and Josh Smith each chipped in 11.
Senior Taye Gatewood led the Mavericks with 20 points, nine of them coming in the second quarter. Senior Mykale Franks scored 10 of his 14 points in the second half.
Conway 68, Springdale Har-Ber 43
Senior Terry Clardy hit a trio of 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 16 points as the Wampus Cats (5-3) trounced the Wildcats (2-4) in the John Stanton Classic in Conway.
Conway led 40-20 at the half and 64-34 at the start of the fourth quarter.
Junior guard Caleb London also hit three 3-pointers and scored 13 of his 15 points in the first half. Seniors Kylen Milton and Jakilyn Kaiser added 12 and 8 points respectively.
Junior Nick Buchannon led the Wildcats with 12 points.
LR Central 80, Van Buren 42
Junior Jeremiah Jones scored 12 of his 15 points in the first half as the Tigers (7-1) rolled to a victory over the Pointers (4-5) in the John Stanton Classic.
Central had 11 players score, led 23-11 after one quarter and 41-20 at the half.
Rajhon McIntosh scored all 12 of his points in the first half and A.J. Williams added nine points.
Gary Phillips led Van Buren with nine points.
Nixa, Mo. 57, Rogers High 45
Nixa jumped to a 31-14 halftime lead and held off the Mounties in a nonconference game Friday.
Elliot Paschal led Rogers (6-2) with 11 points, while Van Rhame added nine and Jaelon Carter eight.
Bryant 74, Rogers Heritage 52
The Hornets outscored the War Eagles 18-6 in the second quarter to claim a 33-20 halftime lead en route to the nonconference win at Conway on Friday.
Ethan Carpenter led the War Eagles (4-3) with 12 points on four 3-pointers, while Logan Glenn added 10 and Kyle Ingram nine off the bench.
Springdale High 63, Parsons, Kan. 56
The Bulldogs took control in the second half to edge Parsons, Kansas on Saturday.
J.P. Hignite led Springdale with 19 points. Jujuan Boyd scored 18 and Vincent Mason 12.
FS Northside 64, Van Buren 38
The Grizzlies closed out the 6A Challenge with a win over former conference foe Van Buren.
Javion Releford led Northside (7-4) with 21 points. Jaylin Williams and Braylin McKinley scored 9 each for the Grizzlies.
Dardanelle 59, Clarksville 50
Bob Hurley scored a team-high 21 points and topped in the 1,000-point plateau in the Panthers' loss on Friday night.
Teammate Trace Thomas, who also recently topped 1,000 career points, added 12 points and seven assists for the Panthers, who trailed 25-22 at halftime and 44-36 after three quarters. Dardanelle dropped to 5-8 overall and 2-1 in the 4A-4 Conference.
Western Grove 64, Jasper 45
Zack Bolin poured in 25 points and Hunter Baker 21 to lead the Warriors to the victory in the Western Grove tournament on Thursday.
The Warriors (14-4) jumped to a 23-9 after one quarter and never looked back. Caleb Carter led Jasper with 28 points.
Eureka Springs 77, Arkansas Arts Academy 19
The Highlanders made quick work of Arkansas Arts Academy on Friday in 2A-4 Conference action.
Garrett Cross scored a game-high 26 points for Eureka Springs (15-5). Jackson Cross scored 12 and Slate Clark 11.
West Memphis 60, FS Northside 56
The Grizzlies lost a nonconference game in the 6A Challenge on Friday, falling to West Memphis.
Javion Releford scored 21 points for Northside (6-4) and Jaylin Williams added 10.
Deer 64, NWA Classical Academy 36
Caden Young had 17 points to lead Deer to a 1A-1 Conference road win Friday over Northwest Arkansas Classical Academy (4-5, 0-3).
Johnny Smith added 13 for the Antlers (13-5, 4-0), who led 24-7 after one quarter and 39-14 at halftime.
Bentonville West 52, Mountain Home 47
Dillon Bailey and Dawson Bailey combined for half of West's points as the Wolverines avenged one of their losses in the Citizens Bank Classic in Van Buren.
West (4-4) led 24-13 at one point in the first half, but Mountain Home (2-6) rallied and took a 29-28 lead on Luke Kruse's free throw midway through the third quarter. Dillon Bailey, however, hit a pair of 3-pointers on consecutive trips down the floor and gave the Wolverines the lead for good.
The two Bailey brothers combined for six 3-pointers as Dillon Bailey finished with 14 points and Dawson Bailey added 12. Kruse had 12 points for Mountain Home, which has lost five in a row.
Elkins 69, West Fork 43
Unbeaten Elkins used balanced scoring to defeat West Fork.
Quinn McClain scored 18 points, followed by Paxton Barnett with 17, Chad Graham with 15 and Caden Vaught with 12 points. The Elks (12-0, 2-0 3A-1 West) led 16-11 after one quarter and 37-18 at halftime.
Brenon Burks had 15 points and Wyett Kutz 13 for West Fork (5-5, 0-2).
Deer 62, Eureka Springs 51
Cayden Young scored 24 points to lead Deer past Eureka Springs in the Western Grove Tournament on Thursday.
Johnny Smith had 21 for Deer (12-5).
Garrett Cross scored a game-high 27 for the Highlanders (14-5).
Cotter 60, Haas Hall-Fayetteville 57
Cole Adams scored 23 points as Cotter edged Haas Hall-Fayetteville on Friday.
Dylan Dwyer added 11 for Cotter.
Jake Webb scored 19 points for Haas Hall (1-9, 1-3) and Parker Owen added 16 points.
Valley Springs 71, Marshall 44
Isaac Ragland scored 33 points to help the Tigers run their winning streak to 20 straight games in a 3A-1 East Conference win Friday night.
Ethan Flud scored 16 for Valley Springs (20-0, 6-0).
Siloam Springs 68, Stilwell (Okla.) 57
The Panthers picked up a road victory Friday night at Stilwell, Okla.
The Panthers (5-3) trailed 12-9 after the first quarter, but took a 28-22 halftime lead after outscoring Stilwell 19-10 in the second quarter. Stilwell cut the lead to 45-41 going into the fourth quarter.
"Really proud of how hard our guys played against a tough Stilwell team," said head coach Tim Stewart. "Stilwell made a good run in the third quarter and our guys were able to answer and take control of the game again."
Siloam Springs went 16 of 19 from the free-throw line and hit seven 3-pointers.
Drew Vachon led the Panthers with 14 points, while Jacob Wakefield and Murphy Perkins each scored 12 and Landon Ward 10.
Eureka Springs 44, Jasper 24
The Highlanders claimed third place in the Western Grove Tournament on Saturday.
Garrett Cross led Eureka Springs (16-5) with 16 points. Carter Drennon scored 11 and Griffin Taylor 10.
The Highlanders will return to action Monday at Bruno-Pyatt.
Russellville 39, Rogers Heritage 36
Russellville held off Rogers Heritage in a high school wrestling dual on Thursday.
106: Edgar Banuels, Hert., def. Conner Kenneday, Russ, by technical fall, 22-7, 4:54. 113 Zachery Johannnsen, Hert, won by forfeit. 120 JC White, Hert, def. BrextonBech, Russ., 14-8. 126 Cody Price, Russ., def. Clyde Harrier, Hert, by fall, 1:33. 132 Isaac Phonvilai, Russ. def, Steven March, Hert., by fall, 1:19. 138 Gavin McCArtney, Russ., def. Jaxon Davis, Hert, by fall, 0:27. 145 Trenton Jackson, Hert, def. Jayden Frederick, Russ., by fall, 2:33. 152 Elijah Wonneberger, Russ., def. Kadin Leach, Hert, by fall, 4:49. 160 Carlos Gibson, Russ., def. Antonio Lopez, Hert, by fall, 1:18. 170 Cole Hathcote, Russ, def. Jose Orelana, Hert, 10-6. 182 Elijah Rawson, Hert, def. Matthew Travis, Russ, by major decision, 19-8. 195 Charlie March, Hert., def. Kade England, Russ., by fall, 1:30. 220 Jacob Luster, Russ., def. Chris Pointer, Hert, by fall, 1:17. 285 Riley Hollis, Hert, won by forfeit.
Greenwood 44, Rogers Heritage 36
Greenwood defeated Rogers Heritage in a high school wrestling dual on Thursday
113: Marko Dominguez, Green, def. Zachery Johannsen, Hert, by fall, 2:46. 120: JC White, Hert, def.Garrett Haralson, Green, by fall, 3:19. 126: Jacob Rhodes, Green., def.Clyde Harrier, Hert., by fall, 0:54 132: Ty Moose, Green., won by forfeit. 138: Gus McKusker, Green., def. Jaxon Davis, Hert., by fall, 0:27. 145: Trenton Jackson, Hert., def. Gabe Belin, Green, by fall, 2:43. 152: Sam Johnson, Green, def. Kadin Leach, Hert., by fall, 1:49. 160: Dylan Wilson, Green., def. Antonio Lopez, Hert., by fall, 0:15. 170: Garrett Newman, Green., def. Jose Orellana, Hert., by fall, 0:33. 182: Elijah Rawson, Hert., def. Jordan Hanna, Green, by fall, 3:47. 195: Charlie March, Hert., won by forfeit.220: Chris Pointer, Hert., def. Tyler Crossno, Green. by fall, 4:28. 285: Riley Hollis, Hert., def. Jeremiah Presson, Green., by fall, 0:45. 106: Hayden Rofkhar, Green. def. Edgar Banuelos, Hert., 6-2. Greenwood penalty minus 1.
Sports on 12/16/2018
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