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BAPTIST PREP 60, CENTRAL ARKANSAS CHRISTIAN 38 Behind 26 points from Isaac McBride, the Eagles (22-5) downed the host Mustangs.

NORTH LITTLE ROCK 68, FORT SMITH SOUTHSIDE 51 Moses Moody finished with 22 points, 14 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals and 5 blocked shots to lead host North Little Rock (20-5, 8-2) over Fort Smith Southside (12-12, 4-6) in a 7A-Central game. Justin Thrower’s three-pointer at the buzzer gave the Charging Wildcats a 42-30 lead at halftime. Ike Moore led the Mavericks with 20 points while Taye Gatewood added 12 points.

GIRLS

CONWAY 63, CABOT 45 Asiyha Smith led four players in double figures as the Lady Wampus Cats (21-3, 8-2 7A-Central) managed an easy conference victory over the Lady Panthers (9-13, 2-8) at Panther Arena. Conway led by three after the first quarter but an offensive rush in the second led to a 40-20 score at the half and the Lady Wampus Cats cruised from there. Smith had 16, Reagan Roetzel and Myia Yelder each had 12 and Cardrina Nolen added 10. Emily Belin had a game-high 21 for Cabot.

FORT SMITH NORTHSIDE 59, MOUNT ST. MARY 31 The Lady Bears (21-2, 8-1 7A-Central) led 21-0 after the first quarter and easily dispatched the Belles (2-20, 1-9) to remain in a tie for first place with North Little Rock. Sara Bershers scored 14 to lead Northside, which had 14 players score in the game. Allison Allgood’s 10 points paced Mount St. Mary.

LITTLE ROCK CHRISTIAN 61, JACKSONVILLE 32 Winter Rogers scored 21 points and Reagan Bradley added 16 as the Lady Warriors defeated the Lady Titans. Shy Christopher paced Jacksonville with 17 points.

LITTLE ROCK PARKVIEW 68, LITTLE ROCK FAIR 17 Senior guard Kania Lasker scored a game-high 19 points, including 14 in the first quarter, and had 6 steals to carry Little Rock Parkview (14-8, 8-4 6A/5A-4) to an easy victory over Little Rock Fair. Junior forward Jaida Bangura added 17 points, 8 rebounds, 6 blocks and 5 steals while senior guard Mikayla Alexander finished with 14 points and 7 steals for the Lady Patriots, who outscored the Lady War Eagles 22-2 in the third quarter. Junior center Jalaya Avery had 7 points and 7 rebounds to lead Fair (1-22, 0-12), which shot just 7 of 33 (21 percent) from the floor, compared to 25 of 65 (38 percent) for Parkview.

NORTH LITTLE ROCK 66, FORT SMITH SOUTHSIDE 32 Yo’Myris Morris scored 19 points as the Lady Charging Wildcats (20-3, 9-1 7A-Central) routed the Lady Mavericks (3-17, 2-8) in North Little Rock. Amber Hawkison added 13 points for the Lady Charging Wildcats, who have won eight consecutive games. North Little Rock never trailed, leading 24-8 after one quarter, 39-17 at halftime and 59-22 at the end of the third quarter. Kelly Carson led Southside with 14 points.

PINE BLUFF 70, MILLS 20 The Fillies picked up 32 steals in routing the host Lady Comets. Bre Gray led Pine Bluff with 17 points while Jaiden Woods put in 13 and Keirria Brice 10. Brice led the Fillies with six steals. Woods, Gray and Lydia Deshazier each had five steals. Cetra Dale scored eight points to lead Mills.

PULASKI ACADEMY 58, MAUMELLE 37 Mattie Hatcher’s 30 points helped carry the Lady Bruins (17-6, 8-5) over the Lady Hornets in a 6A/5A-4 Conference game in Maumelle. Isis Woods added 13 points for Pulaski Academy.

SYLVAN HILLS 46, LITTLE ROCK HALL 29 Senior Alyah Bynum scored 10 points to lead Sylvan Hills to victory. Junior Jayla Bell scored nine points. Senior Alaysia Kelly led Hall with 10 points.

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