MH sweeps 4 junior high basketball games over Cave City

Mountain Home was able to sweep four junior high basketball games Friday over Cave City.

The Eighth Grade Bomber boys were able to double up the Eighth Grade Cavemen 38-19. Mountain Home improves to 2-0 on the season, and they’ll face Harrison on Monday.

Mountain Home’s eighth grade girls were able to squeak by Cave City 27-25 in their season opener. Ashlyn Estes led the Eighth Grade Lady Bombers with 11 points. Mountain Home starts the year at 1-0.

The Mountain Home seventh grade boys dominated their game on Friday. The Seventh Grade Bombers pounded Cave City 42-15.

Mountain Home’s seventh grade girls began the evening by beating Cave City 30-14. The Seventh Grade Lady Bombers were led by Ali Czanstkowski with 10 points. Mountain Home begins the season at 1-0.

Friday was a good homecoming night for the Cotter High School basketball teams, as they swept Green Forest. The Warriors dominated the boys’ game over the Tigers 48-26. Cotter was also all over Green Forest in the girls’ contest with a 46-20 decision.

Norfork split a pair of high school games at Omaha. The Panthers won the boys’ game over the Eagles 77-68. Norfork did not fare as well on the girls’ side, as they fell to Omaha 53-48.

Yellville-Summit ended up splitting its high school games at Bakersfield. The Panthers took the boys’ game over the Lions 49-23. It was a different result in the girls’ contest as Yellville-Summit lost to Bakersfield 46-32.

Bruno-Pyatt’s boys had their homecoming night spoiled by Deer. The Patriots fell to the Antlers by a final of 53-43.

Viola came away with a pair of high school basketball victories at Western Grove. The Longhorns doubled up the Warriors 60-30 in the boys’ game. Viola’s girls also topped Western Grove 49-30.

Mammoth Spring’s boys had a rough night in Jonesboro, as they were edged out by Ridgefield Christian 63-61. Zack Flynn was the Bears’ top scorer with 23 points, and Cole Young added 22. Mammoth Spring’s next game will be Dec. 2 at Melbourne.

Izard County came away on the winning end of a three-game sweep at St. Joe.

The Cougars won the senior boys’ game over the Wildcats 60-40. Justus Cooper paced Izard County with 14 points, and Caleb Faulkner chipped in 13. The Cougars are now 7-1 on the season and 4-0 in the 1A-2.

Izard County also won the junior girls’ contest over St. Joe 42-18. The Junior Lady Cougars were led by Ava Lewis with 16 points, and Katey Pate scored 14.

The evening began with a seventh grade boys’ game as Izard County picked up the 35-26 victory over St. Joe.

Marshall split its high school games at Lead Hill. The Lady Bobcats beat the Lady Tigers 46-37. Marshall was not as fortunate in the boys’ game, as they fell to Lead Hill 53-22.

Timbo came away with a split, as they hosted Guy-Perkins. The Tigers were able to beat the Thunderbirds 67-48 in the boys’ game. Timbo’s girls had a rough night, as they lost to Guy-Perkins 40-22.

Rural Special’s high school teams were swept by West Side at Greers Ferry. The Rebels fell in the boys’ contest to the Eagles 68-48. Rural Special also lost to West Side 56-44 in the girls’ game.

Bergman’s boys were able to pick up a victory at home. The Panthers beat Kingston by a score of 86-63.

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