Eureka Springs 36, Huntsville 33
Eureka Springs built a 22-15 halftime lead then held on to defeat Huntsville in nonconference action Tuesday night.
Shelby Little had nine points for Eureka Springs, while Josie Sisk had 12 for Huntsville, which pulled within 26-25 after three quarters.
Clarksville 60, Arkansas High 44
The Lady Panthers opened play in the Vilonia Tournament with a 16-point win Monday night.
Clarksville (2-1) took a 19-4 lead in the first quarter and were never threatened the rest of the way.
Emmaline Rieder scored 14 points to lead the Lady Panthers. Kenleigh Rieder finished with 11, and Abby Domerese scored 9.
Clarksville will take on the winner of the Greenbrier vs. Sylvan Hills game on Thursday night.
Gravette 75, Bentonville West 51
Lizzy Ellis hit five 3-pointers and finished with 19 points as Gravette defeated Bentonville West in the season opener for both teams.
Shylee Morrison and Reese Hamilton each added 12 points for the Lady Lions, who jumped out to a 19-4 lead in the first quarter. West pulled within 54-45 on a Chloe Jones bucket with 5:45 remaining, but Gravette scored the next 13 points to put the game away.
Mary Beth Dyson led West with 12 points, followed by Laynee Tapp with 11.
Pea Ridge 46, Charleston 43
Pea Ridge outscored Charleston 13-7 in the third quarter to take the lead and hand the Tigers their first loss of the season.
Blakelee Winn had 25 points for Pea Ridge (3-1), who snapped an 18-18 halftime tie and led 31-25 after three quarters. Baylee King had 15 for Charleston (3-1).
Alma 60, Providence Academy 37
Lydia Mann scored 21 points as Alma opened its season with a victory over Providence Academy.
Zoie McGhee added 17 for the Lady Airedales, who went on a 23-5 run in the second quarter for a 42-18 halftime cushion.
Kingston 51, Alpena 47
Kingston built a 27-14 halftime lead Monday night, then held off a second-half comeback attempt to edge Alpena in the Arvest Invitational in Flippin.
Alex Hill had 13 for Alpena (4-2), which pulled within 40-34 after three quarters, while Desiree Deitrich added 12 and Annie Armer 10 -- all in the first half.
Mellia Johnson led Kingston with 28, while Hannah Johnson added 19.
Berryville 49, Bergman 19
Lilly Compton scored 19 points to lead the Lady Bobcats.
Kara Ponder scored 9 for Bergman.
Rogers Heritage 57, Harrison 53
Logan Clines hit a big layup then added a pair of free throws in the fourth quarter to help the War Eagles hold on for the season-opening victory.
Harrison (0-1) pulled within 52-51 on a driving layup by Ben Elliott with 2 minutes, 16 seconds left in the fourth quarter. But Clines scored after the teams traded turnovers for a 54-51 advantage. Heritage then managed 3 of 6 free throws over the final 31.9 seconds to hold on for the win.
Logan Glenn led Heritage with 16 points, while Clines and Kyle Ingram added 11 points each. Ethan Edwards led all scorers with 23 points for Harrison, which trailed by as many as 18 in the second half. Elliott added 20.
Clarksville 64, De Queen 46
Garrett Waddill and Cole Clark scored 19 points each to help the Panthers earn the win.
Braden Payne chipped in 12 points, while Owen Ashlock added nine points and nine rebounds for Clarksville, which outscored De Queen 25-9 in the third quarter.
Gravette 41, Greenwood 39
Tristan Batie scored on a putback with 3 seconds remaining as Gravette edged Greenwood at the H.B. Stewart Classic in Greenwood.
Gravette (1-2) outscored Greenwood 12-4 in the fourth quarter for the come-from-behind win.
Caleb Furlow had 14 points and Batie added 11 for Gravette. Jayce Garnes led Greenwood (0-3) with 14 points, followed by Samuel Forbus with 13.
Huntsville 62, Eureka Springs 57
Hunter Davidson had 26 points as Huntsville held off Eureka Springs and picked up a road nonconference victory.
Huntsville (2-0) led 22-8 after one quarter, but Eureka Springs cut that to 29-28 at halftime.
Jackson Cross had 24 for Eureka Springs, followed by Kegley Ertel with 15 and Matthew Lester with 10.
Omaha 75, St. Joe 44
Austin Isbell had 31 points as Omaha claimed a 1A-2 Conference victory over St. Joe.
Levi Rogers added 10 points and three other players had nine apiece for Omaha (5-2, 2-1), which outscored St. Joe 21-10 in the second quarter for a 39-24 halftime cushion and went on a 27-9 run in the third quarter.
Joey Stoeckle led St. Joe with 17, while Quinton Willis chipped in 13.
Subiaco Academy 47, County Line 30
Conner King scored 16 points to lead the Trojans to a nonconference win against County Line.
Tyler Dugger led County Line with 10 points.
Bergman 81, Berryville 59
Chance Carter led a balanced attack as Bergman (5-1) rolled over Berryville on Tuesday night.
Elijah Royce scored 16, Shelton Welsh scored 15 and Asher Fultz had 11 for Bergman.
J.D. Smith led Berryville with 15, and Kade Davidson added 12.
Sports on 11/20/2019