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GIRLS

Elkins 33, Prairie Grove 29

Carla Burton and Konley Kestner scored seven points apiece to lead Elkins past Prairie Grove on Friday in a low-scoring game. Elkins (5-2) outscored Prairie Grove 16-8 in the third quarter after trailing 7-6 at halftime. Emily Grant finished with 10 points to lead the Lady Tigers (3-2). Elkins girls (5-2) defeated Prairie Grove (3-2) 33-29.

Paragould 46, Van Buren 40

Paragould outscored the Lady Pointers 15-6 in the fourth quarter to claim a comeback win in the Greene County Tech Tournament. Zoey Beasley scored 21 points for Paragould. Lexie Miller and Emmalee Green scored 10 points each for Van Buren, who will return to action in the Tournament of Champions in Fort Smith on Thursday against Moore, Okla., at 4 p.m.

Mt. Vernon 56, Springdale Har-Ber 40

The Lady Wildcats fell in the Carthage (Mo.) Tournament on Saturday. Caylan Koons scored 14 points for Har-Ber, and Sophie Nelson added 10.

Willard, Mo. 76, Bentonville West 70

West took a 53-47 into the fourth quarter but couldn’t hang on as the Lady Wolverines had back-to-back losses to end the Willard Tri-State Classic. Kelsie Mahone had 16 points to lead four West players in double figures. Kelsie Wood added 15 while Shania Wilson and Jada Curtis added 10 apiece. Wilson and Anna Kash were named to the all-tournament team.

BOYS

Springdale High 55, Lebannon, Mo. 42

The Bulldogs went 2-1 in the Republic (Mo.) Tournament after knocking off Lebannon on Saturday. Jujuan Boyd scored 25 points to lead Springdale High (2-1) and Vincent Mason added 16.

Waxahachie, Texas 55, FS Northside 46

The Grizzlies fell in the winner’s bracket semifinals of the Arlington (Texas) Classic on Saturday. Jaylin Williams scored 13 for Northside (3-2) and Javion Releford added 12. Northside was scheduled to play again later Saturday.

West Plains, Mo. 49, Rogers High 43

The Zizzers jumped to an 11-point halftime lead and hit free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off Rogers in the finals of the Carthage (Mo.) Invitational on Saturday. West Plains led 26-15 at halftime and 37-31 entering the fourth quarter. The Zizzers made 21 of 26 foul shots for the game and 10 of 14 in the fourth quarter. Rogers made just 5 of 8 for the game. Drew Miller led Rogers (3-1) with 13 points, including three 3-pointers. Will Liddell added eight.

Willard, Mo. 57, Rogers Heritage 37

The host school pulled away late to claim the Tri-State Classic title on Saturday. Heritage (2-2) was within eight with under seven minutes left, but Willard pulled away. Logan Clines led the War Eagles with 10, while Ethan Carpenter added eight.

Clarksville 67, Bentonville West 66

The Panthers used a 28-point fourth quarter to outlast the Wolverines. Trace Thomas poured in 31 points to go with seven steals and four assists for the Panthers, who trailed 53-39 after three quarters. Bob Hurley added 14 points and five assists, while Cole Clark added 12 points. Cameron Patterson also dished out six assists.

Western Grove 64, Omaha 59

Hunter Baker poured in a game-high 25 points to lead the Warriors to the championship of the Omaha Invitational on Saturday. Western Grove built a 33-23 halftime lead and held on for the win. Luke Lane added 16. Trey Stone led Omaha with 23 and Dillon Gant added 12.

Elkins 55, Prairie Grove 45

Chad Graham and Paxton Barnett each scored 17 points to lead Elkins past Prairie Grove. Quinn McClain added 12 points for Elkins (8-0), which outscored the Tigers 17-5 in the third quarter. Riley Rhodes had 16 points and Alex Edmiston 10 to lead Prairie Grove (2-4).

Flippin 72, Haas Hall-Fayetteville 68

The Mastiffs put together a solid offensive game but fell short in a four-point loss on Friday in 3A-1 Conference action. Devyn Payne scored a game-high 20 points for Flippin, and Brycen Baker added 15. Thomas Leonard led four Haas Hall (0-7, 0-1) players in double figures with 16 points. Jackson Wisdom added 14 points, and Jake Webb and Parker Owen each scored 12 points.

Deer 53, Yellville-Summit 51

Deer outscored Yellville-Summit 16-13 in the fourth quarter to come from behind and celebrate a homecoming victory Friday. Caden Young led the Antlers with 21 points, followed by Johnny Smith with 13. J.T. Frazier had 20 for Yellville-Summit, while Ben Riddle chipped in 14.

Alma 56, Sheridan 37

Alma outscored Sheridan 15-5 in the fourth quarter and claim a win in the final day of the Airedale Classic. Cejay Mann had 21 points and was the only player in double figures for Alma (2-0), which had 10 players score and owned a 29-20 halftime cushion.

Bergman 65, Mountain View 35

Elijah Royce had a double-double with 19 points and 12 rebounds to lead Bergman to a homecoming victory Friday night. A.J. Van Lear added 13 and Chance Carter 10 for Bergman (11-1, 1-1), which took a 31-22 halftime lead and turned it into a 49-30 cushion after three quarters.

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