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PREP BASKETBALL

Girls

Farmington 49, Clarksville 36

Makenna Vanzant scored her 1,000th career point Friday as Farmington defeated Clarksville during the Tyson Classic in Pottsville.

Madisyn Pense had 16 points to lead the Lady Cardinals (5-0), who led 24-21 at halftime and 35-28 after three quarters. Vanzant added 14 while Tori Kersey added 10.

Emmaline Rieder led Clarksville (6-2) with 14 points.

Harrison 55, Bentonville West 38

Harrison outscored West 17-5 in the second quarter as the Lady Goblins claimed a win at the Willard (Mo.) Tri-State Classic.

The outburst helped the Lady Goblins turn a 14-11 deficit into a 28-19 halftime lead, then Harrison outscored West (2-1) 14-6 in the third quarter for a 42-25 cushion.

Sydney Shrum led Harrison with 11 points while Brylie Parker and Marion Groberg added 10 points. Shania Wilson paced West with 14 points.

Gravette 51, Huntsville 37

Gravette raced to a 21-5 lead, then held Huntsville back to claim a 4A-1 Conference win Friday.

Shylee Morrison had 16 points and Gabbi Scott 15 for the Lady Lions (2-2), whose lead was cut to 29-22 at halftime and 37-29 after three quarters. Josie Sisk had 10 points to lead Huntsville (2-4).

Van Buren 60, Southside Batesville 33

The Lady Pointers jumped out to a 22-3 lead in the first quarter and never looked back Friday in the Greene County Tech Tournament.

Brooklyn Kannady scored 16 points to lead Van Buren (3-1). Elizabeth Rainwater scored 14 and Kayleigh Evans 12,

Emily Freeman scored 8 for Southside.

Jasper 57, NWA Classical Academy 14

Sierra Johnson had 14 points to lead Jasper to victory in its 1A-1 Conference opener.

Hope Brasel and Emma Lewis added 10 points apiece for the Lady Pirates (10-1, 1-0), who led 38-7 at halftime.

Boys

Rogers Heritage 54, Harrison 47

The War Eagles hit 15 of 17 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off the Goblins and advance to the championship of the Tri-State Classic in Willard, Mo.

Heritage (2-1) led 22-21 at halftime but pushed it to 35-28 after three quarters. Tyler Furuseth led Heritage's free-throw barrage, hitting 7 of 8 in the fourth quarter.

Jason Kimball led the War Eagles with 18 points, including 15 in the second half. Logan Clines also added 15.

Heritage will face host Willard, Mo., in the championship today.

Van Buren 63, Clarksville 47

The Pointers led 39-27 at halftime and slowly expanded that in the second half to notch the win.

Brayden Gilmore led the Pointers (1-3) with 17 points. Logan Brothers scored 16 and Gary Phillips 12.

Trace Thomas led Clarksville with 28 points.

Mountain Home 53, Bentonville West 48

Mountain Home broke a 47-47 tie with 1:06 remaining to hand West its second loss in as many night during the Citizens Bank Classic in Van Buren.

Dawson Bailey led the Wolverines (0-2) with 20 points while Tucker Swoboda and Dillon Bailey each added nine.

Harrison 65, Willard, Mo. 52

Ben Elliott had 25 points to lead three players in double figures as Harrison knocked off the host team in the opening day of the Willard Tri-State Classic.

Carson Journagan added 18 and Jacob Shrum 10 for the Goblins (3-0).

FS Northside 92, International Leadership 48

The Grizzlies won their second straight lopsided game in the Arlington (Texas) Classic on Friday as four players scored in double figures.

Javion Releford led Northside (4-1) with 17 points. Anthony Travis scored 14, Jaylin Williams 13 and Semonte Henderson 11.

The Grizzlies will take on Waxahachie at noon today.

Springdale High 64, Marshfield, Mo. 49

The Bulldogs (1-1) scored a big win Friday in the Republic, Mo., Tournament behind Jujuan Boyd's 21 points.

Vincent Mason added 13 for Springdale, who will take on Lebanon, Mo., at 12:30 p.m. today.

Fayetteville 65, Springfield (Mo.) Kickapoo 60

The Bulldogs dominated the fourth quarter and earned a huge win Friday night in the Arvest Bank Classic to advance to today's championship game.

The game was tied at 43-43 after three quarters, but the Bulldogs (3-1) outscored Kickapoo 22-17 to claim the semifinal win as Colin Cooper scored 34 points. Isiah Releford scored 13 and Tamari Releford 10 for Fayetteville.

On Thursday the Bulldogs edged Raytown, Mo., 70-67 as Cooper scored 22 points and Isiah Releford added 13.

Huntsville 61, Gravette 56

The Eagles claimed a narrow win in 4A-1 Conference action Friday night as Beau Welchel scorched the nets for 35 points.

Sean McCone added 16 for Huntsville.

Jake Carver and Chance Austin scored 12 each for Gravette.

Alma 58, Batesville Southside 56 (OT)

Cejay Mann had 20 points as Alma edged Batesville Southside in the first day of the Airedale Classic.

Alma led 31-30 at halftime and 49-44 after three quarters before Southside came back and forced a 63-63 tie at the end of regulation.

Taelon Peter and Zach White each had 12 points for the Airedales, who held on for the victory after Southside missed a game-tying bucket with 7 seconds remaining.

Alma will play Sheridan at 5 p.m. today.

PREP WRESTLING

Fayetteville 70, Maumelle 12

106 Audie Wilson, Fay., def. Dylan Wilkins, Mau., by major decision, 12-4.

113 Ian Branch, Fay., def. Ember Smith, Mau., by fall, 1:17.

120 Gavin Biggerstaff, Fay., won by forfeit.

126 Jakob Beene, Mau., def. Earl Pittman, Fay., by fall, 2:47.

132 Toby Pierce, Fay., def. Robert Heisler, Mau., by fall, 0:49.

138 Bryce Twyman, Fay., won by forfeit.

145 Dregan Smith, Mau., def. Quad Johnson, Fay., by fall, 1:43.

152 Austin Tilley, Fay., won by forfeit.

160 Leslie Covington, Fay. def. Daniel, Thompson, Mau., by fall, 1:37.

170 Robbie Woody, Fay., def. Nathan Jones, Mau., by fall, 0:39.

182 Augie Bradach, Fay., def. Deyshaun Fellows, Mau., by fall, 1:12.

195 Matthew Muller, Fay., def. Ethan Kaiser, Mau., by fall, 0:44.

220 Darby Fields, Fay., def. Kevin Hamilton, Mau., by fall, 1:05.

285 Marcus Tortorello, Fay., def. Ashton Wells, Mau., by fall, 0:18.

Fayetteville 42, Russellville 36

106 Conner Kennedy, Russ, def. Audie Wilson, Fay, by fall, 3:43.

113 Ian Branch, Fay., won by forfeit.

120 Brexton Beach, Russ., def. Gavin Biggerstaff, Fay., by fall, 1:20.

126 Cody Price, Russ., def. Earl Pittsman, Fay., by fall, 3:51.

132 Isaac Phonulai, Russ., def. Bryce Twyman, Fay., by fall, 0:34.

138 Elliott Metz, Russ., def. Toby Pierce, Fay., by fall, 1:48.

145 Quad Johnson, Fay., def. Gavin McCarthey, Russ., by fall, 3:28.

152 Austin Tilley, Fay., Guillermao Arroyo, Russ., by fall, 1:17.

160 Leslie Covington, Fay, def. Elija Wonneberger, Russ., by fall, 5:09.

170 Robbie Woddy, Fay., def. Colle Haithcote, Russ., 13-9.

182 Jason Dalton, Fay., def. Kade England, Russ., 9-7.

195 Matthew Muller, Fay. def. Will Strickland, Russ., by fall, 1:27.

220 Jacob Luster, Russ., def. Darby Fields, Fay., by fall, 0:26.

285 Marcus Totorello, Fay., won by forfeit.


PREP SWIMMING

Bentonville Classic

Thursday's Results

Girls

Team Scores 1. Bentonville High 554; 2. Russellville 448; 3. Bentonville West 437.5; 4. Fayetteville 373; 5. Clarksville 336; 6. Rogers High 261; 7. Springdale Har-Ber 183; 8. Fort Smith Southside 120.5; 9. Haas Hall-Fayetteville 92; 10. Lamar 87; 11. Haas Hall-Bentonville 82; 12. Haas Hall-Springdale 60; 13. (tie) Springdale High and Siloam Springs 17; 15. Rogers Heritage 6.

200 Medley Relay 1. Bentonville (Alexis Kuykendall, Paige Taylor, Madeline Marks, Katherine Thomas), 1:59.33; 2. Har-Ber, 2:04.96; 3. Fayetteville, 2:05.95; 4. Rogers, 2:06.23; 5. West, 2:06.42 28.

200 Freestyle 1. Madeline Marks, Bentonville, 1:57.54; 2. Chloe Thompson, West, 1:59.05; 3. Avery Spencer, Bentonville, 2:05.53; 4. Rosemond Wade, Clarksville, 2:06.30; 5. Brooke Holley, Bentonville 2:09.15.

200 IM 1. Rachel Reaves, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 2:20.17; 2. Chloe Weathers, Clarksville, 2:22.84; 3. Lainey Quandt, Bentonville, 2:24.38; 4. Josie Harlow, West, 2:24.69; 5. Sam Abel, West, 2:26.31.

50 Freestyle 1. Hayley Pike, Haas Hall-Bentonville, 25.05; 2. Katherine Thomas, Bentonville, 26.34; 3. Caroline Chumley, Rogers, 27.31; 4. Lulu Segura, Haas Hall-Bentonville, 27.71; 5. Avery Kniss, West, 28.44.

1-Meter Diving 1. Hailey Rissinger, Fayetteville, 236.50; 2. Josephine Matalone, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 221.00; 3. Addison Trunick, Springdale, 171.25; 4. Katie Martin, Fayetteville, 157.38; 5. Savannah Guillory, West, 147.35.

100 Butterfly 1. Hayley Pike, Haas Hall-Bentonville, 58.60; 2. Madeline Marks, Bentonville, 59.54; 3. Kexin Meng, Fayetteville, 1:03.87; 4. Rosemond Wade, Clarksville, 1:04.32; 5. Paige Taylor, Bentonville, 1:07.47.

100 Freestyle 1. Avery Spencer, Bentonville, 56.65; 2. Kristen Stalder, Rogers, 56.86; 3. Kexin Meng, Fayetteville, 57.33; 4. Emily Reaves, Har-Ber, 58.38; 5. Josie Harlow, West, 58.96.

500 Freestyle 1. Chloe Thompson, West, 5:24.33; 2. Aisling Allen, Fayetteville, 5:33.94; 3. Katherine Thomas, Bentonville, 5:43.78; 4. Brooke Holley, Bentonville, 5:46.69.

200 Freestyle Relay 1. Har-Ber (Emily Reaves, Abigail Livingston, Sarah Pope, Sage Halderman), 1:49.34; 2. West, 1:50.28; 3. Bentonville, 1:50.66; 4. Clarksville, 1:54.95; 5. Fayetteville, 1:55.77.

100 Backstroke 1. Rachel Reaves, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 1:03.15; 2. Chloe Weathers, Clarksville, 1:04.52; 3. Lainey Quandt, Bentonville, 1:05.81; 4. Valeria Mazariegos, Bentonville, 1:07.03; 5. Alexis Kuykendall, Bentonville, 1:08.06.

100 Breaststroke 1. Kristen Stalder, Rogers, 1:15.27; 2. Emily Reaves, Har-Ber, 1:15.74; 3. Paige Taylor, Bentonville, 1:16.04; 4. Melissa Orvin, West, 1:16.43; 5. Ryleigh Reddell, West, 1:18.42. 14

400 Freestyle Relay 1. Bentonville (Madeline Marks, Katherine Thomas, Cerise Stanley, Avery Spencer), 3:50.56; 2. West, 4:03.56; 3. Rogers, 4:06.59; 4. Bentonville B, 4:13.22; 5. Fayetteville, 4:23.61. 28

Boys

Team Scores 1. Bentonville High 699.5; 2. Fayetteville 508; 3. Siloam Springs 490; 4. Russellville 482; 5. Clarksville 412; 6. Bentonville West 390.5; 7. Lamar 217; 8. Fort Smith Northside 116; 9. Springdale Har-Ber 109; 10. Rogers High 90; 11. Haas Hall-Springdale 83; 12. Fort Smith Southside 77; 13. Alma 73; 14. Rogers Heritage 70; 15. Pottsville 52; 16. Haas Hall-Fayetteville 46; 17. Lavaca 37; 18. The New School 28.

200 Medley Relay 1. Bentonville (Jake Noble, Zane Sutton, Ryan Husband, Nile Hanna), 1:42.44; 2. West, 1:49.03; 3. Fayetteville, 1:53.26; 4. Siloam Springs 1:54.41; 5. FS Northside, 1:55.93.

200 Freestyle 1. Noah Pinales, West, 1:55.41; 2. Jake Noble, Bentonville, 1:56.20; 3. Gabe Costantini, West, 2:00.20; 4. Grant Hearne, Fayetteville, 2:02.00; 5. Aaron Wicklund, Rogers, 2:02.27.

200 IM 1. Austin Mondello, Bentonville, 2:08.33; 2. Jackson Woodard, Fayetteville, 2:11.63; 3. Gavin Husband, Bentonville, 2:12.04; 4. Cole Groom, West, 2:13.19; 5. Ethan Chriss, Bentonville, 2:19.69.

50 Freestyle 1. Ryan Husband, Bentonville, 21.73; 2. David Wallace, Har-Ber, 23.82; 3. Grady Sutton, Bentonville, 23.96; 4. Noah Core, Fayetteville, 24.27; 5. Brigham Hill, Bentonville, 24.53.

1-Meter Diving 1. Jason Huckaby, West, 199.10; 2. Martin Keown, Bentonville, 186.50; 3. Gavin Jernigan, Bentonville, 168.35; 4. Samuel Hurley, Fayetteville, 160.45; 5. Spencer Tygart, Bentonville, 147.00.

100 Butterfly 1. Noah Pinales, West, 55.48; 2. David Wallace, Har-Ber, 55.97; 3. Austin Mondello, Bentonville, 57.61; 4. Noah Core, Fayetteville, 58.58; 5. (tie) Cody Kehmeier, West, and Gavin Husband, Bentonville, 1:01.48.

100 Freestyle 1. Zane Sutton, Bentonville, 48.99; 2. Grady Sutton, Bentonville, 54.41; 3. Luke Pitts, Alma, 55.35; 4. Caleb Elkington-Stauss, Fayetteville, 57.01; 5. Luke Parisi, Fayetteville, 57.36.

500 Freestyle 1. Jake Noble, Bentonville, 5:12.85; 2. Edward McKinnon, Fayetteville, 5:21.16; 3. Daniel Mantey, Fayetteville, 5:25.91; 4. Aiden Glass, Haas Hall-Fayetteville, 5:27.59; 5. Caleb Tong, Bentonville, 5:38.71.

200 Freestyle Relay 1. Bentonville (Ryan Husband, Caleb Tong, Austin Mondello, Gavin Husband), 1:36.39; 2. FS Northside, 1:39.91; 3. Bentonville B, 1:40.68; 4. Fayetteville, 1:40.95; 5. Siloam Springs, 1:44.45.

100 Backstroke 1. Zane Sutton, Bentonville, 54.08; 2. Cody Kehmeier, West, 1:01.42; 3. Tyler Olson, Haas Hall-Springdale, 1:03.63; 4. Beck Perry, Bentonville, 1:03.94; 5. Lucas Schaben, Har-Ber, 1:05.21.

100 Breaststroke 1. Ryan Husband, Bentonville, 1:02.01; 2. Gabe Costantini, West, 1:05.38; 3. Nile Hanna, Bentonville, 1:08.22; 4. Luke Parisi, Fayetteville, 1:08.25; 5. Cole Groom, West, 1:08.95.

400 Freestyle Relay 1. Bentonville (Zane Sutton, Austin Mondello, Caleb Tong, Jake Noble), 3:27.49; 2. Fayetteville, 3:45.22; 3. Bentonville B, 3:46.16; 4. West, 3:49.83; 5. Rogers, 4:00.54.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

JBU men upset SAGU

In a wire-to-wire win, the John Brown University men's basketball team posted its first ranked win of the season, handing previous unbeaten No. 18 Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas) a 93-78 setback Thursday night inside the Sheaffer Center in Waxahachie, Texas.

Junior Brenton Toussaint was unstoppable, literally, as he shot 10 of 10 from the field to net a career-high 23 points. The entire Golden Eagles (6-2, 2-0 Sooner Athletic) squad combined to shoot 30 of 55 (55 percent) from the field and hit 12 of 24 from behind the arc.

Sophomore Rokas Grabliauskas chipped in with 15 points and six boards while senior Jake Caudle scored 14 points but hit all eight attempts at the charity stripe and added a team-high seven rebounds.

Kennedy came off the bench to provide 22 minutes and hit 4 of 5 from behind the 3-point line, finishing with 14 points.

JBU women hold on for victory

Senior Baily Cameron came through in the clutch with a personal 7-0 run late in the fourth quarter while junior Jordan Martin and sophomore Taylor Fergen each shot lights out in the John Brown University women's basketball team's 77-72 victory at Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas) on Thursday night inside the Sheaffer Center in Waxahachie, Texas.

John Brown (6-1, 2-0 Sooner Athletic) led by as much as 14 points in the third quarter, but the Lions whittled down the deficit to just one point, twice, with 5 minutes, 25 seconds left in the contest.

Two possessions later, Cameron hit her third 3-pointer of the game and followed up with converting two free throws on the next trip down the floor. After a third defensive stand, Cameron finished off a bucket down low from Martin that returned the lead back to eight, 67-59, as the remainder of the contest turned into a free-throw shooting contest. JBU hit 16-of-22 from the line in the second half to cement the victory, the Golden Eagles' second win in their last three trips to the Sheaffer Center.

Martin and Fergen combined to shoot 85 percent from the floor, leading five Golden Eagles in double-digit scoring. Martin hit 6 of 7 from the field, including a pair of triples, to post a season-high 18 points while grabbing six boards and dishing out four assists. Fergen, meanwhile, also had six boards and three assists and hit 5 of 6 from the field to contribute 15 points, also a season-best mark.

Cameron scored nine of her 15 points in the second half and added six rebounds. Senior Karina Chandra and junior Sara Williams contributed 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Preps Sports on 12/01/2018

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