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Pea Ridge 64, Elkins 35

Pea Ridge tied a school record for 3-pointers it set earlier this season, hitting 17 behind the arc, in a rout over Elkins during 4A/3A District 1 play at Pea Ridge. Nick Coble finished with 19 points to lead the Blackhawks (15-4), followed by Hayden Holtgrewe with 15 and Kobe Rose with 12. Pea Ridge led 18-9 after one quarter, then extended it to a 35-16 margin at halftime.


Clarksville 56, Farmington 51

Bob Hurley scored 20 points, while Trace Thomas added 19 to lead the Panthers to the win on Friday. Clarksville led 31-26 at halftime and 41-39 after three quarters. Hurley also dished out seven assists, while Thomas had five steals and six rebounds.

Omaha 67, Decatur 31

Garrett Matlock scored 16 of his 32 points in the first quarter as Omaha rolled past Decatur in a 2A/1A District 1 game Friday in Omaha. Matlock was the only player in double figures for the Eagles (26-1), who bolted to a 38-14 halftime lead and had eight players score. Ryan Ross had 12 points for Decatur (3-14).

Valley Springs 75, Yellville-Summit 54

Lawson Jenkins scored 40 points as Valley Springs defeated Yellville-Summit in 4A/3A District 2 action. Ethan Fuld and Ethan Garvin each added 10 points for the Tigers (22-5, 6-0).

Deer 62, St. Paul 27

Deer raced out to a 21-7 first-quarter lead and cruised past St. Paul in a 2A/1A District 1 game at Deer. Isaiah Casey had 10 of his 17 points in the first quarter to lead the Antlers (23-2), followed by Dylan Smith with 16 and Caden Young with 12. Greysun Perry led St. Paul with 14.

Charleston 58, Paris 42

Charleston needed an 18-8 run in the fourth quarter to pull away from Paris and earn a victory in 4A/3A District 5 play. The Tigers (9-3) had a 27-19 halftime lead, but Paris had cut it to 40-34 at the end of the third quarter before Charleston put its lead out of reach. Brayden Ross had 20 points to lead a trio of Tigers in double figures, while Jacob Green added 17 and Chase Ewing chipped in 11.

Jasper 62, St. Joe 16

Jasper raced to a 24-2 first-quarter lead and cruised to its 2A/1A District 2 win at home over St. Joe. Caleb Carter outscored St. Joe by himself and finished with 20 points for the Pirates (8-15, 4-2), who had nine players score.

Berryville 58, Huntsville 49

Ty Allen scored a game-high 26 points to lead the Bobcats. Zach Webb also scored in double figures with 16 for Berryville. Clay Siegest scored 20 for Huntsville.



Pea Ridge 38, Elkins 29

Pea Ridge held Elkins to 11 first-half points and went on to post a 4A-3A District 1 home victory over the Lady Elks. Katelyn Swope had 10 points to lead the Lady Blackhawks (8-11) and was the only player in double figures. Allison Coleman had eight for Elkins.


Farmington 63, Clarksville 56

Farmington overcame a 30-27 halftime deficit to claim a 6A/5A District 1 game at Clarksville. The Lady Cardinals (15-3) outscored Clarksville 20-13 in the third quarter to take a 47-43 lead, then clinched the win by outscoring the Lady Panthers 16-13 in the fourth quarter. Alexis Roach had 19 points for Farmington, followed by Makenna Vanzant with 17 and Audrey Culpepper with

  1. Alexie Tibbs led Clarksville with 21 points, while Kyerra Cowell chipped in 11.

Prairie Grove 42, Elkins 37

Emily Grant scored 13 points to lead Prairie Grove past the Lady Elks. Grant made three of Prairie Grove’s six 3-pointers in the game. Elkins (11-5) got to within 32-30 after three quarters after trailing 24-11 at halftime. But Prairie Grove (9-9) held on by outscoring the Elkins 10-7 in the fourth quarter.

Harrison 57, Greenwood 56

Harrison claimed a 27-22 halftime lead, then held off Greenwood to claim a 6A/5A District 1 game in Harrison. Kyiah Julian led Greenwood with 12 points, while Kalia Cartwright added 10.

Western Grove 55, Eureka Springs 42

Hailey Woods had 27 points and six rebounds as Western Grove knocked off Eureka Springs in non-district action. Western Grove (9-16) led 27-21 at halftime and continue to pull away through the second half. Lincoln 41, Gentry 39 Bear Goldman had 18 points as Lincoln (10-9) pulled out a last-second victory over Gentry in 4A/3A District 1 action. Chaz Fuamatu had 18 points to lead Gentry (10-8), while Hannah Boss added 10. Charleston 56, Paris 50 Charleston built a 31-17 halftime lead and withstood a 35-point outing by Kieli Robinson to claim a 4A/3A District 5 victory over Paris. Jada McDowell had 14 points for the Lady Tigers (11-5, 5-0), while Payton Rucker added 13. Robinson was the only player in double figures for Paris. Pea Ridge 50, West Fork 42 Pea Ridge held a 34-25 lead through three quarters, then held off West Fork for a 4A/3A District 1 victory. Hollyn Davis finished with 16 points and was the only Lady Blackhawk in double figures. Brooke Tedford had 15 to lead West Fork, followed by Elyssa Houser with 10.


Bentonville High 63, Rogers High 9 106 Josiah Scates, Bent., def. Kade Black, Rogers, 10-7. 113 Blake Wolffe, Bent., won by forfeit. 120 Quinn Graves, Bent., won by forfeit. 126 Obi Smith, Bent., def. Kadeyn Dickson, Rogers, by fall, 3:29. 132 Raphael Marasco, Bent., def. Mykha Hunter, 9-2. 138 Gabe Holley, Bent., def. Alexis Perea, Rogers, 7-0. 145 Jake Turner, Rogers, def. Zane Sims, Bent., by fall, 1:47. 152 James Crow, Bent., won by forfeit. 160 Nathan Desler, Bent., def. Colby Higginbotom, Rogers, by fall, 1:19. 170 Liam Neal, Bent., def. Nathan Hahn, Rogers, by fall, 3:23. 182 Cash Jones,Bent., def. Carsen Smith, Rogers, by fall, 2:20. 195 Jacob Mounce, Rogers, def. Jeremiah Fry, Bent., 9-2. 220 Alex Crowe, Bent., def. Joseph Castro, Rogers, by fall, 3:03. 285 Ethan Crowe, Bent., won by forfeit. Springdale Har-Ber 49, Greenwood 19 106 William Trammell, Har-Ber, def. Gustavo Martinez, Green., by fall, 1:09. 113 Isaac Withrow, Har-Ber, won by forfeit. 120 Trevor Davis, Har-Ber, def. Ty Moose, Green, 4-3. 126 Brendan Davis, Har-Ber, def. Matt Smith, Green., by fall, 1:19. 132 Colton Tucker, Green., def. Josh French, Har-Ber, 4-1. 138 Dylan Wilson, Green., def. Jackson Nichols, Har-Ber, 9-4. 145 Max Salinas, Har-Ber, def. Gus McKusker, Green., by major decision, 12-1. 152 Alex Wilson, Har-Ber, def. Garrett Newman, Green., by fall, 1:133. 160 Isaac Johnson, Green, def. Wes Rolfe, Har-Ber, by fall, 1:38. 170 Matthew Earnhart, Green., def. Aaron Keyes, Har-Ber, 7-1. 182 Kenny Wood, Green., def. Ben Fears, Har-Ber, by major decision 11-2. 195 Logan Collins, Har-Ber, def. Beau Asher, Green, by fall, 0:09. 220 Quentin Reed, Har-Ber, df. Aaron East, Green., by fall, 0:39. 285 Alejandro Ramirez, Har-Ber, def. Traven Nichols, Green., by fall, 4:45.


Arkansas High School Invitational

GIRLS 1 Mile — 5. Rebecca Boushelle, Fayetteville, 5:16.44. 3,000 — 6. Bekah Bostain, Prairie Grove, 11:09.75 4x800 — 3. Rogers (Olivia Breazeale, Ali Nachtigal, Cardona, Amanda Sakalares), 10:10.53. High jump — Hannah Martin, Rogers, 5-1. Pole vault — 7. Chloe Christian, Bentonville, 11-6.25. Shot put — 1. Chastery Fuamatu, Gentry, 38-2.25; 6. Kenna Ebert, Har-Ber, 31-5.75. Triple jump — 7. Adrianna Kitchen, Fayetteville, 36-11. BOYS 400 — 3. Devin Dougherty, Bentonville, 49.25. 800 — 4. Ethan Carney, Springdale Har-Ber, 1:57.23. 4x800 — 5. Rogers (Bender, Bender, Salazar, Sell), 8:16.00. High jump — 6. Solomon Evans, Fayetteville, 6-0. Shot put — 2. Bryant Parlin, Bentonville, 48-3.75; 3. Michael Powell, Clarksville, 46-11; 8. RJ Long, Rogers, 43-10.5. Triple jump — 7. Stefan Banda, Bentonville West, 43-2.5; 8. Clay Workman, Rogers, 42-4.75.


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