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Thursday's Games

4A-1 Conference at Harrison

Harrison 64, Farmington 39

Carson Journagan had 25 points as Harrison upended Farmington and advanced to Saturday's championship game.

Ben Elliott added 12 points for the Goblins, who jumped out to a 19-6 lead after one quarter and owned a 34-14 halftime cushion.

Will Pridmore had 14 for Farmington, which will play in the third-place game at 4 p.m. Saturday.

Pea Ridge 52, Huntsville 50 (OT)

Alex Wilkerson scored five of Pea Ridge's six points in overtime as the Blackhawks edged Huntsville.

Pea Ridge led 25-23 at halftime but needed a last-second shot to force overtime after Huntsville took a 39-36 lead into the fourth quarter.

Nick Coble, whose 3-pointer at the end of regulation forced overtime, had 20 points and was the only Pea Ridge player to finish in double figures. Beau Whelchel had 29 points for Huntsville.

4A-4 Conference at Ozark

Pottsville 64, Ozark 40

The Apaches were in control from the start and rolled over the host team to advance to Saturday's championship game.

Four players scored in double-figures for Pottsville, which led 26-7 at halftime and scored 22 points in the fourth quarter.

Carter Horton, Kade Mainhart and Logan Porter scored 13 points each, and Wesley Heikes scored 12 for Pottsville.

Ethan Masingale scored a game-high 21 points for the Hillbillies.

Morrilton 59, Dardanelle 48

The Devil Dogs breezed to the title game by blowing out Dardanelle on Thursday.

Morrilton will take on Pottsville in Saturday's championship game.

Xavier Wright scored 19 points to lead Morrilton and Terry Franklin scored 16.

Karson Spears led Dardanelle with 11 points.

3A-1 East Conference at Clinton

Valley Springs 48, Marshall 24

Isaac Ragland scored 16 points to lead Valley Springs over Marshall.

Dalton Audeoud added nine points while Teagan James and Trell Trammell contributed eight points apiece.

3A-4 Conference at Two Rivers

Booneville 41, Fountain Lake 21

The top-seeded Bearcats jumped to a 23-11 halftime lead and cruised to the win in Thursday's championship game.

Blakely Cobb and Grant Goers led Booneville (25-2) with 10 points each. Joe Murphy led Fountain Lake with six.

2A-4 Conference at Danville

Mountainburg 53, Danville 46 (OT)

It took the Dragons a little while to get their offense rolling, but they dominated in overtime to win Thursday's semifinal clash against the host team.

Mountainburg trailed 19-16 at halftime but rallied in the fourth quarter to force overtime. The Dragon outscored Danville 12-5 in the extra period as Sean Irvan and Jacob Ortlied scored 5 points each in overtime.

Ortlieb scored a game-high 16 for Mountainburg. Irvan and Ethan Gregory scored 11 each for the Dragons.

Jarrique Hinton scored 13 and Evan Lane 11 for Danville.

Hackett 38, Lavaca 17

The Hornets completely locked down Lavaca to advance to the championship game.

The Golden Arrows, who led 15-12 at halftime, scored just 2 points in the second half.

Dylan Kats scored 14 points for Hackett and Zach Gragg scored 10.

Jordan Fenner scored 7 for Lavaca.

1A-1 Conference at Jasper

New School 76, Deer 72 (2 OTs)

Chase Ammons poured in a team-high 22 points, including 6-of-6 from the free throw line in the second overtime to lead the fourth-seeded Cougars to an upset of the top seed in the semifinals.

New School (26-6) trailed 28-27 at halftime and 39-37 after three quarters. The Cougars missed a shot at the win at the end of regulation and Deer missed a desperation shot at the end of the first overtime.

Arthur Cox added 19 points and Jan Sturner 16 for the Cougars, while Ayden Barbour chipped in 10.

Jasper 52, Alpena 34

Chance Pruitt had 17 points as host Jasper defeated Alpena and moved into the championship game.

Jonathan Schweitzer added 12 for the Pirates, who led 28-17 at halftime and 41-26 after three quarters. Corey Holstead led Alpena with 10 points.

Wednesday's Game

1A-4 Conference at St. Paul

Future School 51, St. Paul 35

Jashon Smith and Jeremiah Tabut each had a double-double Wednesday night as Future School defeated St. Paul and moved to the tournament championship.

Nicholas Fantauzzi had 14 points to lead Future School, while Smith had 13 points and 12 rebounds and Tabut added 10 points and 11 rebounds. Torix Grinder led St. Paul with 13 points.

Future School will play County Line in today's championship game.


Thursday's Games

4A-1 Conference at Harrison

Berryville 49, Pea Ridge 33

Berryville jumped out to a 19-9 first-quarter lead and went to earn the right to play in Saturday's championship game.

Hannah Morrell had 16 points and led a trio of Lady Bobcats in double figures, while Kelcee Hopper and Lexy Anderson each added 13. Hollyn Davis led Pea Ridge with 12 points.

Farmington 57, Harrison 53

Farmington outscored Harrison 17-11 in the fourth quarter as the Lady Cardinals bounced back from an early 22-9 deficit and defeated Harrison on its home floor.

Makenna Vanzant had 15 points for Farmington, which pulled with 28-22 at halftime and 42-40 after three quarters, while Madisyn Pense added 13 and Alexis Roach 10. Caroline Cecil led Harrison with 17, followed by Marion Groberg with 13.

Farmington will play Berryville in Saturday's championship game, while Harrison takes on Pea Ridge in the third-place game.

4A-4 Conference at Ozark

Pottsville 37, Ozark 24

The Lady Apaches took a first quarter lead and slowly pulled away in Thursday's semifinals to defeat the host team.

Pottsville led 18-11 at halftime and outscored Ozark 19-13 in the second half to advance to Saturday's championship game.

Abby James scored 15 points for Pottsville and Sophia Hampton added 10.

Anna Grace Gibbons led Ozark with 7 points.

Clarksville 48, Morrilton 41

A high-scoring first half turned into a defensive battle in the second, but the Lady Panthers managed to hold on in Thursday's semifinals.

Clarksville led 30-26 at halftime, after scoring 17 points in the first quarter. The Lady Panthers scored 18 points total in the second half.

Emmaline Reader scored 18 points to lead Clarksville, who will take on Pottsville in Saturday's championship game.

Tamia Templeton scored 15 for Morrilton and Kennedy Reel added 10.

3A-1 East Conference at Clinton

Valley Springs 63, Clinton 53

Bethany Richardson scored 23 points to lead Valley Springs past Clinton.

Madison Campbell added 10 for the Lady Highlands, who led 40-23 at halftime. Valley Springs advanced to Saturday's championship game against No. 1 seed Mountain View at 6 p.m.

3A-4 Conference at Two Rivers

Lamar 37, Two Rivers 33

The second-seeded Lady Warriors upset the top seed to claim the 3A-4 District tournament title on Thursday.

Lamar led 18-14 at halftime, but the game was tied at 25 heading into the fourth quarter.

Lakyn Sanders led Lamar (23-5) with 14 points. Kaitlin Hunnicutt led all scorers with 24 for Two Rivers.

2A-4 Conference in Danville

Lavaca 39, Hector 27

The Lady Arrows got off to a slow start but dominated the final three quarters to win their semifinal game on Thursday.

Lavaca played lock-down defense to advance to Saturday's championship game against Danville.

Avery Green scored 8 points to lead Lavaca and Beth Ann May added 7

Andrea Sears, Molly Haley and Courtney Barnett scored 6 each for Hector.

Danville 55, Mountainburg 49

Haley Rial scored 10 of her 17 points in the fourth quarter as the host Little Johns advanced to Saturday's championship game.

Alexis Minnie and Jalene Tolbert scored 12 points each and Lydia Stanley added 10 points.

Madelyn Beasley led all scorers with 24 points, including 15 in the first half, for Mountainburg. Emily France scored 12.

1A-1 Conference at Jasper

Alpena 64, Deer 32

Alpena blew the game open with a 29-6 run in the second quarter as the top-seeded Lady Leopards defeated Deer.

Whit Coffelt had 16 points and Alex Hill 11 for Alpena, whose run turned a 13-6 lead into a 42-14 halftime cushion.

Ashlyn Denniston led Deer with 11 points.

Jasper 80, Kingston 47

Emma Lewis had 25 points and Sierra Johnson 21 as Jasper turned on the offense and rolled past Kingston.

Brooklyn Flud added 13 and Taylor Davidson 11 for the Lady Pirates, who led 38-29 at halftime and 52-38 after three quarters before they went on a 28-9 tear in the fourth quarter.

Melia Johnson led Kingston with 20 points.

1A-4 Conference at St. Paul

Wednesday's Game

St. Paul 41, Scranton 40

A missed free throw with no time remaining on the clock allowed St. Paul to avoid overtime and escape with a win over Scranton.

Jon Ann Kimer had 15 points for St. Paul, which took a 24-21 lead into the fourth quarter, while Kayla Harp added 11. Grace Blasche led Scranton with 12 points, followed by Whitney Fox with 11 and Kayla Siebenmorgan with 10.

Sports on 02/15/2019



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