Berryville 63, Gentry 41
Berryville outscored Gentry 33-19 in the second half as the Bobcats won their second 4A-1 Conference game in as many nights.
The win moves Berryville (14-4, 2-1) into a tie with Harrison and Huntsville for first place in the league's Eastern Division.
J.D. Smith had 15 points to lead a trio of Bobcats in double figures as Berryville led 30-22 halftime then outscored Gentry 16-7 in the third quarter and extended its lead to a 46-29 cushion.
Weston Teague added 14 and Landon Chester 11 for Berryville. Luke Fox led Gentry (13-5, 0-4) with 18 points.
The New School 63, Deer 62
Chase Ammons hit a left-handed scoop shot with two seconds left to help the Cougars erase a 15-point deficit in the final seven minutes and pick up a big 1A-1 Conference road victory.
Deer led 51-42 after three quarters and opened the fourth quarter with six straight points to lead by 15 with seven minutes left. But the Cougars (20-1, 5-0) rallied for the win.
Deer had taken a one-point lead with two free throws with 20 seconds remaining before Ammons, who finished with 25 points, hit the game-winner. Deer never got off a final shot.
Filip Obradovic was also in double figures for The New School with 10.
Charleston 82, Waldron 51
Brayden Ross and Jordan Fenner combined for 63 points as Charleston handed Waldron its first loss in 3A-1 West Conference play.
Charleston (7-5, 4-0) took control in the second quarter when it outscored Waldron (15-4, 4-1) 20-9 and turned a five-point lead into a 38-22 halftime cushion.
Ross finished with 32 points to lead the Tigers, while Fenner was a close second with 31.
Elkins 67, Lincoln 52
Caden Vaught scored 22 points and Paxton Barnett 21 to lead Elkins past Lincoln.
Elkins (16-1, 4-0) led 32-19 at halftime and 49-36 after three quarters. Malik Bagsby scored 14 points and Trey Reed 12 for Lincoln (3-12, 1-4).
Pea Ridge 56, Shiloh Christian 32
Pea Ridge jumped out to a 13-5 lead after one quarter and continued to pull away as the Blackhawks remained unbeaten in 4A-1 Conference play.
Noah Peterson had 15 for Pea Ridge (12-4, 4-0), which led 31-18 at halftime and 43-24 after three quarters. Wes Wales added 11 for the Blackhawks.
Berryville 71, Harrison 68
Berryville outscored Harrison 21-15 in the third quarter and broke a 34-34 halftime deadlock as the Bobcats held on and handed Harrison its first loss in 4A-1 Conference play.
The win helps Berryville (13-4, 1-1) assert itself in the eastern half of the conference standings as the Bobcats, Harrison (10-10, 2-1) and Huntsville each have one loss in league play.
Kade Davidson had 18 of his 24 points in the second half to lead Berryville, while Scotland Lucas added 22. Ethan Edwards has 27 to pace Harrison, while Gabe Huskey chipped in 11.
Ozark 63, Clarksville 55
The Hillbillies extended a five-point halftime lead to 12 after three quarters and held on for the victory.
Garrett Schaffer led Ozark (10-6, 3-1 4A-4) with 20 points. Ethan Dorrough and Corbin Pelts added 14 each.
Garrett Waddill led Clarksville with 22, while Cole Clark added 11 an Owen Ashlock 10.
Bergman 83, Marshall 65
Elijah Royce had 28 points and 16 rebounds as Bergman claimed a 3A-1 East Conference win on its home floor against Marshall.
The Panthers (23-4, 5-1) were never seriously threatened after they claimed a 22-10 first-quarter lead. Bergman led 36-20 at halftime and 61-45 through three quarters.
Shelton Welsh added 14 for the Panthers, followed by Chance Carter with 11 points and 8 rebounds and Asher Fultz with 10.
Jasper 36, Lead Hill 34
Logan Reynolds had all seven of Jasper's fourth-quarter points, and that was enough to rally the Pirates to a nonconference victory over Lead Hill.
Jasper (13-9) was outscored 13-4 in the second quarter and trailed 18-13 at halftime, but the Pirates pulled within 30-29 to end the third quarter.
Reynolds finished with 13 points and was the only Jasper player in double figures. Cody Pearl had 14 to lead Lead Hill (11-15), while Will Mancinelli added 11.
Alpena 69, NWA Classical Academy 35
Nicholas Stone had 10 of his 15 points in the third quarter as Alpena outscored Northwest Arkansas Classical Academy 30-8 and rolled to a 1A-1 Conference victory.
Alpena (7-12, 3-3) already led 32-17 at halftime before its third-quarter outburst turned it into a 62-25 margin and forced the running clock.
Peyton Johnson was next for the Leopards with 14, followed by Bryce Martin with 13 and Kolbe Hicks with 10. Devonte Loera led NWA Classical with 13 points.
Life Way Christian 47, Decatur 33
Ant Potter had 11 points to lead three Life Way Christian players in double figures as the Warriors defeated Decatur in nonconference action.
Life Way led 11-6 after one quarter and built it to 24-14 by halftime and 35-24 after three quarters.
Preston Green added 11 points and Luke Melton 10 for Life Way, which returns to action Friday at Providence Academy.
Prairie Grove 42, Gravette 36
Prairie Grove led 25-23 at halftime and went on to earn its first 4A-1 Conference win by defeating Gravette.
Tristan Batie had 15 points for Gravette (10-7, 1-3).
Valley Springs 71, Huntsville 52
Isaac Ragland led four players in double figures as the Tigers routed Huntsville on Tuesday.
Ragland scored a game-high 22 points for Valley Springs (22-2, 7-0 3A-1 East). Trell Trammell added 14, Teagan James 12 and Brock Lippe 10 for the Tigers. Hunter Davidson and Hayden Dotson each had 16 points for Huntsville.
Lamar 60, Atkins 47
The Warriors had three players score in double figures in a 3A-4 Conference win Tuesday night.
Jamarey Larkin led the way for Lamar (13-6, 4-2 3A-4) with 14 points. Drake Baccus added 12 and Ethan Kendall finished with 11 points and 9 rebounds for the Warriors.
Michael Dunagan scored a game-high 25 points for the Red Devils (10-2, 4-2).
Ozark Catholic 50, Thaden 35
The Griffins picked up their 15th win of the season to set a school record for wins in a season on Tuesday night.
Ozark Catholic (15-7) jumped to a 21-11 lead after a quarter and never looked back. Isaac McClinton led the Griffins with 12 points, while Jackson Holmes added 11. Jonathan Cass also grabbed a team-high seven rebounds. Alex Chrisco led Thaden with 10 points.
Berryville 53, Gentry 39
Berryville outscored Gentry 18-10 in the third quarter to snap a 21-21 halftime deadlock as the Lady Bobcats handed the Lady Pioneers their third straight loss.
Abby Thurman had eight of her 15 points in the decisive third quarter for Berryville (13-4, 2-1) while Lexy Anderson added 13 points. Ariel Nix led Gentry (14-3, 1-3) with 12 points.
Gravette 55, Prairie Grove 36
Gravette outscored Prairie Grove 20-4 in the third quarter and pulled away for a 4A-1 Conference victory at home.
The Lady Lions (10-7, 2-2) trailed 9-8 after one quarter but took a 23-20 halftime lead before their third-quarter outburst.
Shylee Morrison had 26 points to lead Gravette. Trinity Dobbs led Prairie Grove (7-10, 1-3) with 14 points, followed by Jasmine Wynos with 12.
Harrison 52, Berryville 47
Harrison outscored Berryville 16-10 in a crucial second quarter as the Lady Goblins stretched their winning streak to 17 games and remained unbeaten in 4A-1 Conference play.
Harrison (17-1, 3-0) used the second quarter to turn a 13-12 deficit into a 28-23 halftime lead before Berryville (12-4, 1-1) pulled within 38-35 after three quarters.
Mariah Hudson had 16 points to lead the Lady Goblins, followed by Marion Groberg with 12. Lexy Anderson had 21 to pace Berryville, while Lilli Compton added 11.
Pea Ridge 44, Shiloh Christian 40
Pea Ridge had to hold off Shiloh Christian's fourth-quarter comeback attempt to earn its second 4A-1 Conference victory in as many nights.
Allisa Short had nine of her team-high 15 points in the first quarter as Pea Ridge jumped out to a 15-6 lead and extended it to 25-11 at halftime.
Blakelee Winn added 14 for the Lady Blackhawks (15-3, 2-2), while Ryli Russ led Shiloh (8-11, 0-3) with 15 points.
Farmington 61, Gentry 36
Farmington jumped out to a 16-7 first-quarter lead and went on to remain unbeaten in 4A-1 Conference play with a win over Gentry.
Makenna Vanzant had 16 points and Tori Kersey added 13 for the Lady Cardinals (17-3, 4-0), who extended their lead to 31-18 at halftime and 49-32 after three quarters.
Mel Owens led Gentry (14-2, 1-2) with 12 points -- all in the first half off four 3-pointers -- while Jaiden Wilmoth added 10.
Lamar 47, Atkins 28
Chloe Chavers hit five 3-pointers and scored 15 points to help the Lady Warriors remain unbeaten in 3A-4 Conference action.
Lakyn Sanders added 14 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists for Lamar (16-2, 6-0 3A-4).
Ashton Dillard led all scorers with 16 points and 8 rebounds for Atkins (6-11, 1-5).
Clarksville 40, Ozark 37
The Lady Panthers maintained their position atop the 4A-4 Conference standings with a narrow win against Ozark on Tuesday.
Clarksville (9-9, 5-0 4A-4) led by seven points, 28-21, after three quarters and held off an Ozark rally in the fourth quarter.
Emmaline Rieder scored 12 points to lead the Lady Panthers and Abby Domerese added 10.
Valley Springs 67, Huntsville 35
Valley Springs jumped out to a 22-7 first-quarter lead and cruised to a nonconference victory over Huntsville.
Bethany Richardson had 14 points and Maura Moore 13 for Valley Springs, which led 41-29 at halftime before extending to a 59-29 margin after three quarters. Josie Sisk led Huntsville with 13 points.
Pea Ridge 48, Prairie Grove 26
Blakelee Winn scored 10 of her 12 points in the second half as Pea Ridge earned a 4A-1 Conference victory in Monday's makeup game at Pea Ridge.
Pea Ridge led 13-4 after one quarter, limiting Prairie Grove to just free throws. The Lady Blackhawks then led 27-11 at halftime and 38-17 after three quarters.
Aiden Dayberry added 10 for Pea Ridge.
Springdale Bowling Center
High Scores for week ending Jan. 10
MONDAY NIGHT LADIES Sassy Chicks: Becky Sack 198; Bowling Angels: Linda Papczynski 176-189 (533).
MONDAY NIGHT ALLEY CATS Mine's in the Gutter: Danny Forkner 203; Steve's Girls: Mattie Roles 199-180-189 (568); Misfits: Jon Robinson 204; Bowling Hogs: Theresa Dennis 185.
TUESDAY NIGHT GO GETTERS Johnson Truck & Trailer: Fred Brandenburg 177.
FRIDAY NIGHT TRIO Springdale Bowl: Jon Robinson 209; Wild Hogs: David Sparks 211; Shenanigans: John Mahoney 209, Randy Foglesong 211; Splits & Giggles: Debi Rickey 182.
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