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PREP BASKETBALL

Girls

Farmington 60, Harrison 50

Farmington needed a 16-8 run in the fourth quarter to pull away from Harrison and claim a 6A/5A District 1 victory Tuesday in Harrison.

The Lady Cardinals (18-3) owned a 39-28 halftime lead but were outscored 14-5 in the third quarter as Harrison pulled within 44-42.

Madisyn Pense had 27 points to lead Farmington while Makenna Vanzant added 13. Brilye Parker had 28 for Harrison.

Clarksville 57, Alma 45

Clarksville also pulled away in the fourth quarter by outscoring Alma 16-8 and claimed a 6A/5A District 1 win on its home floor.

Grace Dougan had 19 points for Clarksville, followed by Maegan Payne with 11.

Prairie Grove 54, Gravette 52

Emily Grant scored 12 points to lead Prairie Grove past Gravette.

Aniyah Gibbs added 11 points and Lexie Madewell nine for Prairie Grove (11-10), which outscored Gravette 18-9 in the second quarter to take the lead.

Gravette (16-5) rallied in the fourth quarter, but Prairie Grove held on while making 13 of 14 free throws. Gibbs was 5 for 5 and Grant 3 for 3 at the line for the Lady Tigers.

Elkins 47, Gentry 45

The Lady Elks rode their hot shooting from deep to win a close game over Gentry.

Elkins (14-6, 7-4) was dialed in all game from beyond the arc hitting 10 3-pointers, including four in the fourth, as it squeezed out a narrow 47-45 victory over the Lady Pioneers (12-9, 10-3).

Elkins had three players reach double figures, led by senior Tink Harris, who scored 14 points off the bench, followed by Shelby Diaville and Allison Coleman who each had 11.

Gentry (12-9, 10-3) was led by senior Hannah Boss, who led all scorers with 23 points.

FS Northside 57, Cabot 42

The Lady Bears (17-2, 4-1 7A-Central) used a 10-2 run to start the second half to build a double-digit lead and hold off the Lady Panthers (10-8, 3-3).

Northside led 25-20 at halftime but opened the third quarter with an 8-0 run, four of which came from freshman Tracey Bershers, to take control of the game at 33-20 midway in the period.

Bershers and Jersey Wolfenbarger each scored 13 points to pace Northside while Jazzlyn Coleman added 10. Brooklyn Stracener scored a game-high 18 points to lead Cabot.

Providence Academy 58, Siloam Springs 57

Providence Academy forced a turnover with less than 10 seconds left, and Joneisha Rolle scored inside to give the Lady Patriots the win.

The Lady Patriots trailed 45-39 going into the fourth quarter, but they went on a 10-0 run to start the fourth and took the lead.

Faith Curry played an active role offensively and defensively for the Lady Patriots, leading the team with 22 points and forcing several turnovers out of the Lady Patriots 1-3-1 defense.

Hayley Kate Webb added 15 points for Providence.

Morgan Vaughn led the Lady Panthers with 21 points but was held scoreless in the fourth quarter. Chloe Price added 13 points for Siloam Springs (6-15).

Charleston 59, Cedarville 33

Charleston built a big first-quarter lead then hit its initial seven shots in the second quarter to pull away.

Hattie Newhart led a balanced offense scoring a team-high 12 points for Charleston (14-6, 7-1 Class 3A/4A District 5 play). Baylee King added 11 for the Lady Tigers, who had 10 different players score points.

Cedarville (6-9, 3-3) was led by Lucy Shelly's game-high 14 points.

Jasper 69, Bruno-Pyatt 33

Sierra Johnson scored 14 points to lead Jasper to a win Tuesday night.

Leah Shellnut added 10 for Jasper (23-7). Hannah Fields scored a game-high 15 for Bruno-Pyatt.

Jasper 81, Deer 27

On Monday, Jasper cruised to a big win as Sierra Johnson scored 18 points.

Also for Jasper, Leah Shellnut scored 16, Taylor Davidson 14 and Emma Lewis 12. Hannah Dotson led Deer with 8 points.

BATESVILLE 71, BEEBE 55

Four players scored at least 10 points in Batesville's victory over Beebe in Batesville. Taylor Griffin led the Lady Pioneers (15-4, 6-0 6A/5A-2) with 25 points.

Alley Edward had 19 points. Izzy Higginbotham poured in 14 points, and Taylor Hammack added 10 points.

The Lady Badgers (14-7, 4-2) were led by Katie Turner, who scored 20 points. Marianna Richey finished with 13 points, and Hannah Gammill had 11 points.

CARLISLE 57, CLARENDON 27

Blakely Ellis scored 19 points to lead the Lady Bison (18-3) past the Lady Lions in Clarendon. Kylie Warren added 18 points for Carlisle, which led 37-15 at halftime and 53-22 at the end of the third quarter.

EL DORADO 51, CAMDEN FAIRVIEW 40

Jessica Morton finished with 13 points for the Lady Wildcats in a victory over the Lady Cardinals in a 6A/5A-6 Conference game in Camden.

Kie'arra Boone and Tasia Richardson each had 12 points for El Dorado. Tai'Sheka Porchia led Camden Fairview with 16 points, and Jayla Jackson added 10 points.

ENGLAND 77, JACKSONVILLE LIGHTHOUSE 13

Tybriana Durham scored 18 points, and the Lady Lions rolled to a victory over the Lady Wolves in England.

Baylie Coleman finished with 12 points, Samaria Brooks poured in 11 points and Hannah Phillips added 10 points for the Lady Lions. England led 42-2 at the end of the first quarter, 58-4 at halftime and 68-9 at the end of the third quarter.

LR CENTRAL 69, FORT SMITH SOUTHSIDE 35

The Lady Tigers (12-7, 3-3 7A-Central) rolled to a 38-18 lead at the half, then cruised through the second half to defeat the Lady Mavericks (2-13, 1-4).

Erynn Barnum led Central with a game-high 25 points while Arlynna Hall added 12 and Lauryn Pendleton scored 11. Hannah Schmidt led Southside with seven.

PULASKI ACADEMY 60, JACKSONVILLE 49, OT

Mattie Hatcher scored 44 points, including 12 in overtime, to help the Lady Bruins defeat the Lady Titans in Little Rock.

Hatcher was 19 of 20 at the free-throw line. Isis Wood added 10 points for Pulaski Academy. Shy Christopher led Jacksonville with 24 points. San Shockley had 11 points.

WHITE HALL 65, MILLS 35

Camry Gardner hit four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points as the Lady Bulldogs (8-9) defeated the Lady Comets (3-13) in a 6A/5A-5 game at the Galaxy.

J.J. Jefferson added 13 points and 8 rebounds, Jaidus King scored 11 points and handed out eight assists, and Sam Jackson scored 12 points for White Hall. Cetra Dale led Mills with 15 points and seven rebounds while Lavoya Lewis added 13 points and handed out six assists.

Boys

Gravette 59, Prairie Grove 57

Kelton Trembly had 19 points as Gravette edged Prairie Grove for a 4A/3A District 1 victory.

Dayten Wishon added 17 and Chris Childress 12 for the Lions (15-5).

Pea Ridge 46, Greenland 28

Nick Cobles had 17 points to lead Pea Ridge to a 4A/3A District win over Greenland.

Hayden Holtgrewe added 10 points for the Blackhawks (18-4), who jumped out to a 14-7 lead in the first quarter and had a 21-10 halftime cushion.

West Fork 65, Haas Hall 41

Justin Bieven poured in a game-high 26 points to lead the Tigers to the win Tuesday night.

West Fork (7-13) led 32-15 at halftime and cruised to the victory. Brenon Burks was also in double figures with 14 for West Fork. Rhet Owen led Haas Hall with 17.

Deer 68, St. Joe 22

Caden Young had 17 points to lead four Deer players in double figures as the Antlers cruised to a victory over winless St. Joe.

Dylan Smith, Johnny Smith and Evan Middleton each had 14 points for Deer (26-2), which jumped out to a 26-9 lead in the first quarter.

Omaha 50, Eureka Springs 39

Omaha outscored Eureka Springs 18-9 in the fourth quarter as the Eagles posted a 2A/1A District 1 victory.

Omaha (28-1) enjoyed a 24-17 halftime cushion, but it was cut down to 32-30 after three quarters.

Garrett Matlock had 17 points and Dillon Gant added 13 for the Eagles. Slade Clark had 11 points for Eureka Springs.

Alpena 49, Decatur 28

Alpena outscored Decatur 21-6 in the third quarter to pull away and claim a win in 2A/1A District 1 action.

Corey Halstead had 18 points and Jonathan Stone 12 for Alpena (13-11), which led 21-14 at halftime before its big run. Taylor Haisman led Decatur (4-15) with 10 points.

Jasper 58, Bruno-Pyatt 33

Jasper jumped out to a 23-7 first-quarter lead and cruised to a 2A/1A District 2 road victory.

Caleb Carter had 33 points for the Pirates (10-16, 6-3), while Evan Brasel added 10.

Gentry 63, Elkins 59

Ethan Hammond's scoring eruption in the fourth quarter was enough to lift Gentry to a victory Tuesday night.

Hammond scored 14 of his game-high 25 points in the final eight minutes, and Gentry (10-11, 5-9) used a 25-point fourth quarter to overcome a 41-38 deficit after three quarters to snap a three-game losing streak.

Hammond was 8-for-8 from the free-throw line in the fourth to put the game away for the Pioneers. Junior Dylan Kilgore added 15 points to go along with six boards.

Chad Graham led the Elks with 14 points and Paxton Burnett added 13 and six rebounds.

FS Northside 56, Cabot 38

The Grizzlies used an 8-0 spurt in the middle of the fourth quarter to blow open the game and defeat the Panthers in a 7A-Central boys game Tuesday at Kaundart Fieldhouse.

The Grizzlies made 11 3-point baskets in the game, including six from Isaiah Joe and four from Jalen Releford. Joe made four of his team's eight first half 3-pointers and Northside built a 36-18 halftime lead.

Joe led all scorers with 20 points while Releford added 14.

Providence Academy 60, Siloam Springs 50

The Patriots went on a 15-0 run to start the fourth quarter and overcame a nine-point deficit to defeat the Panthers.

Providence outscored Siloam Springs 26-7 in the fourth quarter.

Patriots junior J.D. Siemens hit three straight 3-pointers to fuel the run. His third trey gave the Patriots a 45-43 lead.

Siemens hit five 3-pointers and led Providence with 19 points, while Coleman Wheeler had 17 and Matiss Sivins had 10.

Diego Flores and Jacob Wakefield each led the Panthers with nine points.

Charleston 65, Cedarville 45

Jacob Green led the way for the Tigers, scoring a game-high 24 points. Kaleb Fisher added 12 points, Chase Ewing chipped in 11 and Blaine Rowland had 10 to keep the offense balanced for the Tigers.

Charleston (12-5, 8-1) was coming off a 57-38 loss to Subiaco Academy in its last game.

The Tigers were able to take an 18-6 lead after the first quarter with Green scoring a team-high eight points in the period. Charleston then turned to the outside shot in the second quarter making four 3-point baskets.

Cedarville (5-12, 2-5) was limited to 8 of 32 shooting from the field in the initial three quarters of the game. Charleston took advantage by taking a 47-21 lead into the final quarter.

Berryville 80, Bergman 44

The Bobcats jumped out to a 24-4 lead in the first quarter and never looked back Tuesday in 3A/4A District 4 action.

Ty Allen led Berryville with a game-high 18 points. Jarrett Ray added 17 and Zach Webb 14.

The Bobcats host Valley Spring on Friday.

BAPTIST PREP 71, BAUXITE 52

Issac McBride led the Eagles with 26 points in a victory over the Miners.

Brooks Spoon added 14 points for Baptist Prep. Graham Chennault led Bauxite with 12 points.

ENGLAND 73, JACKSONVILLE LIGHTHOUSE 56

Corey Hunter led the Lions (15-6) with 19 points in a victory over the Wolves (12-11). Tyler Woods added 16, Warren Green 13 and Kevante Davis 12 for England.

SEARCY 72, MOUNTAIN HOME 60

Peyton Wright scored 17 points and was one of five players to score at least 10 points for the Lions (7-14, 3-3 6A/5A-2) in a victory over the Bombers in Searcy.

Scott Aschittino and Malik Branch each scored 16 points. Freddy Hicks had 13 points and Cristen Alcorn added 10 points.

Deer 53, Jasper 46

Caden Young scored 17 of his 25 points in the second half as Deer rallied to knock off Jasper in a 2A/1A District 2 game Monday in Jasper.

Jasper (9-16) led 24-22 at halftime before Deer (25-2) outscored the Pirates 14-9 in the third quarter and took the lead.

Young was the only player in double figures for the Antlers, whose win gives them the top seed for the upcoming 1A-1 East Conference tournament next month. Caleb Carter led Jasper with 17 and Evan Brasel added 15.

PREP WRESTLING

Bentonville West 56, Van Buren 15

170 Connor Klein, West, def. Devin Swearingen, Van, by fall.

182 Dylan Swearingen, Van, def. Pono Doctorello, West, 13-9.

195 Tyler Thacker, Van, def. Josh Beesley, West, 15-9.

220 Randall Riley, Van, def. Caleb McSpadden, West, by fall.

285 Gunner Coppinger, West, def. Daniel Bost, Van, by fall.

106 Charles Easterling, West, won by forfeit.

113 Cory Oliver, West, won by forfeit.

120 Zack Ireland, West, def. Mason Hayes, Van, 5-4.

126 Daryl Easterling, West, def. Camaron Hicks, Van, by fall.

132 Stephen Fox, West, def. Brady Campbell, Van, by technical fall, 16-1, 2:00.

138 Oliver Doctorello, West, def. Jaeden Stanley, Van, by fall.

145 Michael Kirmer, West, won by forfeit.

152 Christian Carney, Van, def. Josh Poyfair, West, 7-0.

160 Garrett Poyfair, West, def. Walter Green, Van, by fall.

Bentonville West 52, Fayetteville 21

160 Connor Klein, West, def. Brady Arroyos, Fay., by fall.

170 Nathan Simowitz, Fay., def. Garrett Poyfair, West, by fall.

182 Matthew Muller, Fay., def. Shane Minnick, West, by fall.

195 Cody Williamson, Fay., def. Pono Doctorello, West, by fall.

220 Caleb McSpadden, West, def. Marcus Tortorello, Fay., 8-2.

285 Gunner Coppinger, West, def. Matthew DeMars, Fay., 6-2.

106 Charles Easterling, West, def. Michael Cottier, Fay., by fall.

113 Cory Oliver, West, def. Isabela Kavoura, Fay., by fall.

120 Zack Ireland, West, def. Earl Pittman, Fay., by major decision, 17-6.

126 Daryl Easterling, West, won by for forfeit.

132 Oliver Doctorello, West, won by forfeit.

138 Stephen Fox, West, def. Miles Cook, Fay., by fall.

145 Michael Kirmer, West, def. Benjamin Bemis, Fay., by fall.

152 Robbie Woody, Fay., def. Josh Poyfair, West, 6-2.

Springdale Har-Ber 46, Springdale High 28

132 Logan Walton, Spring., def. Josh French, Har-Ber, by major decision, 9-0.

138 Kapone Wise, Spring., def. Nathaniel Bland, Har-Ber, by fall, 4:22.

145 Max Salinas, Har-Ber, def. Leeon Runny, Spring, by major decision, 10-2.

152 Alex Wilson, Har-Ber, def. Jordan Johnson, Spring., by fall, 0:59.

160 Wes Rolfe, Har-Ber, def. Noland Joran, Spring, by major decision, 15-5.

170 Noland Joran, Spring,., def. Dalton Hopkins, Har-Ber, by fall, 5:21.

182 Ben Fears, Har-Ber, def. Hunter Cornelison, Spring., by fall, 4:22.

195 Logan Collins, Har-Ber, def. Ricktak Iban, Spring., by technical fall, 20-5.

220 Quentin Reed, Har-Ber, def. Jacob Sisomphou, Springs, by fall, 2:52.

285 Alejandro Ramirez, Har-Ber, won by forfeit.

106 Isaac Withrow, Har-Ber, def. Daniel Biolet, Spring., Spring., by fall, 0:18.

113 Isaac Ponce, Spring., won by forfeit.

120 Brendan Davis, Har-Ber, def. Kotomai Tamangdad, Spring., 7-1.

126 Thoper Runny, Spring., def. Caleb Palfreeman, Har-Ber, by fall, 5:53.

Rogers Heritage 39, Rogers High 30

106 Adam Garcia, Rog., def. Eve Gower, Hert, 10-5.

113 Kade Black, Rog., def. Edgar Banuelos, Hert., 7-2.

120 JC White, Hert., def. Joshua Reynoso, Rog., by fall, 5:54.

126 Kadeyn Dickson, Rog., def. Jackson Matthews, by fall, 0:31.

132 Kadin Leach, Hert., def. Layne Adams, Rog., 10-4.

138 Justin Brown, Hert., won by forfeit.

145 Alexis Perea, Rog., def. Alejandro Murillo, Hert., 6-5.

152 Jake Turner, Rog. def. Marco Arreaga, Hert., by fall, 1:44.

160 Chance McCrary, Hert., def. Colby Higginbottom, Rog., by fall, 0:27.

170 Nathan Hahn, Rog., def. Omar Ramirez, Hert., by fall, 3:02.

182 Carsen Smith, Rog., def. Elijah Rawson, Hert., by fall, 4:54.

195 Jose Orellana, Hert., def. Jamie Zuniga, Rog., by fall, 5:21.

220 DeAndrea Mendez, Hert., def. Joseph Castro, Rog., 7-4.

285 Edwin Sandoval, Hert., def. Jason Troncoso, Rog, by fall, 1:18.

Preps Basketball on 01/25/2018

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