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Friday's Results


Huntsville 63, Harrison 59

Hunter Davidson had 26 points to lead Huntsville to a victory over Harrison during 4A-1 Conference play in Goblin Arena.

The victory, coupled with Shiloh Christian's win over Berryville, moves Huntsville (12-6, 3-1) into sole possession of first place in the Eastern Division of the 4A-1 standings, one game ahead of Harrison, Berryville and Shiloh Christian.

Huntsville outscored Harrison (10-11, 2-2) 16-11 in the second quarter to take a 30-25 halftime lead. The Goblins pulled within 44-43 to end the fourth quarter, but Davidson scored 11 points over the final 8 minutes, including hitting a perfect 7-of-7 from the free-throw line.

Kent Mayes hit 4 of 4 free throws in the fourth quarter and added 16 for Huntsville, while Hayden Dotson chipped in 13. Ben Elliott led Harrison with 26 points, followed by Blake Edwards with 10.

Clarksville 38, Heber Springs 32

The Panthers led 20-18 at halftime and extended the advantage to five and held on for the win.

Clarksville led 37-32 after three quarters and held the ball most of the final quarter -- outscoring Heber Springs 1-0.

Braden Payne led the Panthers with 10 points and eight rebounds. Owen Ashlock added six points and eight rebounds.

Charleston 56, Mansfield 43

Charleston jumped out to a 16-5 lead in the first quarter and went on to defeat Mansfield in 3A-1 West Conference play.

The victory, coupled with Waldron's victory over Elkins, lifted the Tigers (8-5, 5-0) to sole possession of first place in the league standings. Charleston travels to Elkins for a key 3A-1 West game Tuesday night.

Brayden Ross had 20 points to lead a trio of Charleston players in double figures as the Tigers led 28-13 at halftime and 35-24 after three quarters. Brandon Scott added 15 and Jordan Fenner 10 for Charleston.

Bergman 56, Mountain View 45

Elijah Royce notched another double-double with 16 points and 15 rebounds as Bergman set the stage for Tuesday's big 3A-1 East Conference showdown with Valley Springs by defeating Mountain View.

The Panthers (24-4, 6-1) led 22-16 after one quarter and 30-22 at halftime before Mountain View made it a 39-32 game after three quarters.

A.J. Van Lear also had 16 points for Bergman, while Shelton Welsh added 10.

Fort Smith Northside 45, Little Rock Catholic 40

The Grizzlies earned a hard-fought road game Friday night to remain unbeaten in 6A-Central action.

Northside (13-4, 3-0) scored 22 points in the first quarter but did not score more than 8 points in any other quarter. The Grizzlies clamped down defensively in the fourth quarter, allowing Catholic just 2 points to secure the win. The game was tied 40-40 after three quarters.

Jaylin Williams led the way for Northside with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Brian Flanagan and Sam Hannah scored 11 points each for the Rockets (6-9, 0-3).

JC Westside 56, Magazine 47

The Rebels earned a road win Friday night in 2A-4 Conference action.

Jaggar Phillips led Westside (9-7, 2-3 2A-4) with 19 points and 9 rebounds, and Austin Bartlett scored 17.

Kaedon Trejo and Cameron Raggio scored 14 points each for the Rattlers (3-10, 1-5).

Perryville 72, Booneville 66

The Mustangs claimed a win in 3A-4 Conference action Friday.

Cole Melton scored 18 points for Perryville (9-8, 4-3 3A-4) and Reid Standridge added 14. Four players scored in double figures for the Bearcats (9-9, 3-4). Mason Goers scored 16 and Jacob Herrera added 15. Zac Costa and Blake Jones added 10 points.

Little Rock Christian 75, Alma 62

Alma never caught after falling behind 25-9 in the first quarter, and the Airedales suffered a 5A-West Conference loss at Little Rock Christian.

Cejay Mann had 19 points for Alma (9-7, 1-2), which trailed 44-29 at halftime and 60-45 after three quarters. Stewart George added 13 for the Airedales.

Ozark Catholic 62, Northwest Arkansas Classical 55

Jonathan Cass scored a team-high 20 points to help the Griffins earn the victory.

Ozark Catholic (17-7) led 28-24 at halftime and extended the advantage to 11 points entering the fourth quarter. Isaac McClinton was also in double figures with 11 for the Griffins.


Fort Smith Northside 68, Mount St. Mary 52

The Lady Bears got balanced scoring and rolled to a 6A-Central Conference win Friday night.

Tracey Bershers led the way for Northside (14-3, 3-0) with 18 points on six 3-pointers. Jersey Wolfenbarger also scored 18 for the Lady Bears and Yoni Releford added 13.

Catherine Althoff scored 17 to lead the Belles (6-10, 0-3). Hagan Smith and Millie Allgood scored 14 points each.

Magazine 55, JC Westside 52

The Lady Rattlers held on for the 2A-4 Conference win Friday night.

Kiara Vasquez and Tannea Thomas scored 19 points each for Magazine (9-6, 3-2) and Kylie Robinson added 18.

Kailee Hays and Graci Domerese scored 13 points each for Westside (3-13, 0-5).

Clarksville 48, Heber Springs 41

The Lady Panthers kept their 4A-4 Conference record spotless with a road win Friday night.

Clarksville (10-9, 6-0) jumped out to a big lead early and held off Heber Springs in the second half.

Autumn Miller led three Clarksville players in double-figures with 13 points. Abby Domerese added 11 and Emmaline Rieder scored 10.

Greenwood 67, Vilonia 52

Kinley Fisher poured in 31 points and topped the 1,000-point plateau to help the Lady Bulldogs pick up the big 5A-West conference road win.

Greenwood (12-4, 2-1 5A-West) led 36-34 at halftime and 58-50 with a little more than two minutes left in the fourth quarter but pulled away late. Jailin Glass added 21 points, while Haven Clements added eight points, seven steals, five rebounds and three assists.

Prairie Grove 36, Gentry 32 (OT)

Trinity Dobbs scored six of her 17 points in the extra 4 minutes of play as Prairie Grove slipped past Gentry.

Prairie Grove (8-10, 2-3) led 24-23 after three quarters, but Gentry (14-4, 1-4) rallied in the fourth quarter to tie the game at 29 at the end of regulation. Dobbs hit a 3-pointer and 3 of 4 free throws in overtime, while the Lady Pioneers only managed a 3-pointer by Ahrya Reding.

Jasmine Wynos added 10 for Prairie Grove. Emily Toland returned from an injury to score a team-high 10 for Gentry.

Harrison 64, Huntsville 47

Caroline Cecil scored 24 points as Harrison rolled past Huntsville for its 18th straight victory during 4A-1 Conference action in Goblin Arena.

Mariah Hudson added 14 for the Lady Goblins (18-1, 4-0), who had a lead 36-23 at halftime and 49-35 after three quarters.

Josie Sisk led Huntsville (4-15, 1-3) with 22 points while Tanna Wilson chipped in 17.

Haas Hall Rogers 43, Haas Hall Fayetteville 38

The Lady Danes battled back from a three-point halftime deficit to earn a hard-fought win.

Haas Hall Rogers (6-4) took a 37-33 lead early in the fourth quarter thanks to two free throw and a 3-pointer by freshman Emma Whitaker, who finished with a team-high 16 points. Eden Stobaugh added 13 and Rachael Keese 12 -- including eight in the fourth quarter.

Kyla Johnson led Haas Hall Fayetteville, which led 19-16 at halftime, with 13 points.

Life Way Christian 73, Providence Academy 63

Abby Moseley scored 30 points as Life Way Christian earned a victory at Providence Academy

Life Way trailed 19-14 after one quarter but outscored Providence 24-14 in the second quarter to take a 38-33 halftime lead.

Madison Spencer added 13 points and 8 assists for the Lady Warriors, while Hallie Moseley chipped in a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.

Ozark Catholic 37, Northwest Arkansas Classical 18

The Lady Griffins jumped to a 21-7 halftime lead and cruised to the win.

Mary Doke led Ozark Catholic with 10 poitns, while Abigail Perry and Becks Buron added eight points each. Annalise Morales led NWA Classical with seven.

Thursday's results


Ozark Catholic 64, Fayetteville Christian 40

Isaac McClinton poured in a school-record 28 points to lead the Griffins to the big win.

McClinton also hit 14 of 17 free throws for Ozark Catholic, which led only 18-11 at halftime but dominated the final two quarters.

Perrin Lunsford added eight points and shared team honors with McClinton with seven rebounds for the Griffins, who improved to 16-7.

Jon Gonzalez led Fayetteville Christian with 11.


Thursday's Results

Van Buren (VABU) 50.0, Rogers Heritage (ROHE) 24.0

152: Cameron Hicks (VABU) over Kadin Lech (ROHE) (Dec 9-3) 160: Jose Orellana (ROHE) over Michael Harlin (VABU) (Fall 5:29) 170: Zach Nipper (VABU) over Jesus Leal (ROHE) (Fall 0:18) 182: Devin Swearingen (VABU) over Ricky Watkins (ROHE) (Fall 2:34) 195: Jonathan Trujillo (ROHE) over Eli Nichols (VABU) (Fall 2:12) 220: Seth Villenueva (VABU) over Raul Tinajero (ROHE) (Fall 1:18) 285: RJ Riley (VABU) over Riley Hollis (ROHE) (Fall 1:12) 106: Shiloh Summers (VABU) over Trevor Poyner (ROHE) (Fall 5:33) 113: Trevor Edelen (VABU) over (ROHE) (For.) 120: Adan Garcia (ROHE) over (VABU) (For.) 126: Wolfgang Sharp (VABU) over Tommy Moreno (ROHE) (Fall 0:58) 132: Taylor Smith (VABU) over Taylor Green (ROHE) (TF 16-1 4:28) 138: Double Forfeit 145: Jaxon Davis (ROHE) over (VABU) (For.)

Fayetteville (FAYE) 46.0, Rogers Heritage (ROHE) 36.0

145: Sam Palmer (FAYE) over Jaxon Davis (ROHE) (Fall 1:42) 152: Kadin Lech (ROHE) over (FAYE) (For.) 160: Jose Orellana (ROHE) over Ty Clayton (FAYE) (Fall 3:56) 170: Jonathan Edwards (ROHE) over Cameron Howard (FAYE) (Fall 4:33) 182: Ricky Watkins (ROHE) over Dalton Stewart (FAYE) (Fall 0:52) 195: Robbie Woody (FAYE) over Jonathan Trujillo (ROHE) (Fall 1:48) 220: Raul Tinajero (ROHE) over Jackson Dahm (FAYE) (Fall 3:07) 285: Riley Hollis (ROHE) over Caleb Young (FAYE) (Fall 1:07) 106: Mason Younger (FAYE) over Trevor Poyner (ROHE) (Fall 3:29) 113: Ian Branch (FAYE) over (ROHE) (For.) 120: Ryan Maxwell (FAYE) over Adan Garcia (ROHE) (MD 17-4) 126: Nathan Leder (FAYE) over Tommy Moreno (ROHE) (Fall 1:36) 132: Gavin Biggerstaff (FAYE) over Taylor Green (ROHE) (Fall 2:52) 138: Chatan Holloway (FAYE) over (ROHE) (For.)

Bentonville West (BWHS) 51.0, Springdale (SPRI) 22.0

113: Charles Easterling (BWHS) over Tamashiro Tamashiro (SPRI) (Fall 1:29) 120: Tyler Holmes (BWHS) over Meinshu Jiang (SPRI) (Fall 4:34) 126: Peter Henry (SPRI) over Jamon Ireland (BWHS) (Inj. [time]) 132: Zack Ireland (BWHS) over Abel Ortega (SPRI) (Fall 0:49) 138: Thomas Moralez (BWHS) over Timoj mewa (SPRI) (Fall 4:48) 145: Daryl Easterling (BWHS) over Peterson Betwel (SPRI) (Fall 0:35) 152: Brady Stafford (BWHS) over johey River (SPRI) (Fall 0:57) 160: Terri Wise (SPRI) over Joshua Poyfair (BWHS) (SV-1 7-5) 170: Guner cornelison (SPRI) over Kameron Heintz (BWHS) (TF 20-5 5:18) 182: Sean Russell (BWHS) over J. R Leban (SPRI) (Fall 5:08) 195: Jason Pedrus (SPRI) over carson caudill (BWHS) (Dec 7-0) 220: Davis Blankenship (BWHS) over (SPRI) (For.) 285: Andrew Perez (BWHS) over Jadon Wilkerson (SPRI) (Dec 3-0) 106: zayne lewis (SPRI) over Aidan Aulenback (BWHS) (Fall 0:43) (SPRI Unsportsmanlike Conduct -1.0)

Bentonville West (BWHS) 39.0, Springdale Har-Ber (SHB) 33.0

106: Aidan Aulenback (BWHS) over Leyla Griffin (SHB) (Fall 1:25) 113: Charles Easterling (BWHS) over Breacher Jie (SHB) (Fall 0:37) 120: Tyler Holmes (BWHS) over Lane Parrish (SHB) (MD 13-4) 126: Jamon Ireland (BWHS) over Isaac Withrow (SHB) (Dec 3-2) 132: Zack Ireland (BWHS) over Malachi Samuel (SHB) (Fall 0:16) 138: Thomas Moralez (BWHS) over Jorge Vargas (SHB) (Fall 2:35) 145: Hunter Reynolds (SHB) over Pauoa Doctorello (BWHS) (Dec 9-6) 152: Daryl Easterling (BWHS) over Jesus Barboza (SHB) (TF 17-1 3:04) 160: Geovanni Caviasca (SHB) over Brady Stafford (BWHS) (Fall 5:27) 170: Cooper Phillips (SHB) over Joshua Poyfair (BWHS) (Fall 2:54) 182: Sean Russell (BWHS) over Daniel Jeik (SHB) (Dec 4-3) 195: Billy Tillery (SHB) over carson caudill (BWHS) (Fall 3:19) 220: Ricky Samuel (SHB) over Davis Blankenship (BWHS) (Fall 3:52) 285: Payton Henderson (SHB) over Andrew Perez (BWHS) (Fall 3:33)

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