Izard County boys wrap up 4th straight unbeaten conference season, rest of Monday hoops

In high school basketball Monday night, Izard County went to Flippin and won both senior high contests.
The Izard County boys wrapped up their fourth straight undefeated conference season with a 48-36 win. The Cougars have won 48 straight conference games.
Justus Cooper paced the Cougars with 21 points and Caleb Faulkner added 14 points as the Izard County boys improve to 27-2 overall and 14-0 in the 2A/1A-3 District.
Izard County defeated Flippin in the senior girl's game 52-36. Maura Thomason scored 16 for the Lady Cougars and Abby Brashear added 14 points.

The Mammoth Spring boys defeated Salem 47-38 in a make up game. Sagen Godwin led a balanced attack with 17 points for the Bears who improve to 14-13 overall and 7-5 in district play.

In junior high hoops, Mountain Home traveled to Little Rock and won three boy's games against the Arkansas Flames.
The Junior Bombers are now 20-1 as they beat the Flames 45-18. Mat Jones scored 16 points for Mountain Home and Brandon Morris added 12.
Mountain Home won the 8th grade boy's game 51-33 to up their record to 8-10. Reed Ellison led the way with 16 points and Cooper Oxford scored 10.
In the 7th grade boy's contest, Mountain Home topped the Flames 51-19.

The Mountain Home Christian Academy teams split their games at home. The varsity girls lost to Eagle Heights 39-22.
The 12 and under boys defeated the Mountain Home Top Flight team 44-32. Jordan Woods had 13 points for the Eagles and Cory Jines and Gabe Spray each scored 12.

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