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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