Busy Tuesday basketball scoreboard, 2 teams still unbeaten

Cotter two of three basketball games with Norfork at home on Tuesday.
The Warriors prevailed in the senior boy's game 63-59 to improve to 9-3 overall and 2-1 in the 2A/1A-3 District. Norfork falls to 6-7 and 1-2.
In the senior girl's game, Norfork remained undefeated with an 83-48 win. The Lady Panthers improve to 14-0 and 3-0 in district play. Cotter, who got 16 points from Marie Reed and 11 from Alexa Wooten, falls to 4-6 and 1-2.
Cotter defeated Norfork 36-32 in the junior girl's game. The Junior Lady Warriors were led by Kate Cheek with 14 points, and Hailey Cunningham chipped in 12.
Norfork plays at Viola Friday while Cotter goes to Izard County.

Flippin was swept in three games at home by Salem.
The senior boys' game ended with the Bobcats losing to the Greyhounds 50-44. Jackson Baker was Flippin's top scorer with 15 points. Tyler Guffey had 12 for Salem. The Bobcats fall to 7-7 on the season and 0-4 in the 2A/1A-3. The Greyhounds begin the year at 1-0.
Flippin also fell to Salem in the senior girls' contest 47-30. Tayler Kirk led the Lady Bobcats with 16 points, and Erin Cameron finished with 19 for the Lady Greyhounds. Flippin drops to 3-9 overall and 0-4 in the district. Salem improves to 3-0 and 2-0.
The evening began with the junior girls' game as Flippin lost to Salem 40-32.

Yellville-Summit had a split of its girls' games with Alpena.
Allyson Weindruch hit a two-footer with two tenths of a second left in overtime of the senior high game to give the Lady Panthers a 52-50 win over the Lady Leopards. Yellville-Summit was led by Savanna Adams with 19 points, Avaha Akins scored 17 points, and Taylor McFarland grabbed 12 rebounds.
Yellville-Summit did not fare as well in the junior girl's game as they lost to Alpena 39-21.

Viola's high school teams had mixed results against Izard County.
In the senior girls' game, the Lady Longhorns topped the Lady Cougars 55-42. Maura Thomason was Izard County's leading scorer with ten points.
In the senior boy's game, Izard County remained unbeatn with a 68-42 win. Justus Cooper paced the Cougars with 22 points and ten rebounds, and Caleb Faulkner added 18 points. Izard County is 10-0 on the year and 3-0 in the 2A/1A-3.
Viola began the evening with a 45-15 victory over Izad County in the junior girls' game.

Mammoth Spring split its high school games with Calico Rock.
The Lady Bears took the girls' game 57-42 over the Lady Pirates. Mammoth Spring was led by Whitlee Layne with 27 points, and Brianna Hocum chipped in 12. The Lady Bears improve to 11-3 on the season and 3-0 in the 2A/1A-3.
Mammoth Spring dropped its boys' game after Calico Rock posted the 60-43 decision. Sagen Godwin was the leading scorer for the Bears with 24 points. Mammoth Spring falls to 8-4 overall and 2-1 in district play.

Mountain Home won two of three junior high girl's games at Highland.
The Junior Lady Bombers were 55-45 winners. Kate Gilbert scored 16 points and Kaylee Crownover added 15 as the Junior Lady Bombers improve to 6-2.
Mountain Home also won the junior girl's J.V. game.
Highland won the 7th grade game 22-21.

The Junior Bombers were winners at Marion as they defeated Osceola 42-28. Wyatt Gilbert pumped in 29 points for Mountain Home.
The 8th and 7th grade boys both lost at home to Cave City. The 8th graders lost 27-23 while the 7th graders fell by a scored of 33-22.

Mountain Home Christian Academy had a split as it hosted Lebanon for four games.
The Eagles lost the varsity boys' game to the Rockets 65-60. Cooper Long led Mountain Home Christian with 27 points, and Caleb Spray chipped in 13.
In the varsity girls' game, Mountain Home Christian was nearly doubled up by Lebanon 63-32. The Lady Eagles were led by Naomi Spray with ten points and ten rebounds.
Mountain Home Christian was able to take the junior varsity boys' game over Lebanon 44-28. Gideon Spray was the J.V. Eagles' top scorer with 12 points.
The night began with the 12-and-under boys' game as Mountain Home Christian topped Lebanon 33-19.

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