Cotter boys fall to Omaha; Norfork splits at Lead Hill

The Cotter High School boys’ basketball team had a rough Senior Night on Tuesday. The Warriors fell to the Eagles by a final of 55-42.

Norfork came away with mixed results at Lead Hill. The Lady Panthers were able to beat the Lady Tigers 55-40. Norfork’s boys did not fare as well, as they lost to Lead Hill 58-53.

Yellville-Summit ended up with a split at Eureka Springs. The boys’ game ended with the Panthers defeating the Highlanders 66-42. It was a different result in the girls’ contest, as Yellville-Summit fell to Eureka Springs 62-21.

The Bakersfield boys went north and lost to Dora 84-41. Isaac Haney led the Falcons with 26 points, Mason Luna scored 16, Waylon Masters had 14, and Bryson Luna added 10 points. Dora improves to 20-2 on the season and will travel to Hartville on Friday.

Gainesville’s boys had a tough night on the home floor. The Bulldogs were edged out by Seymour by a score of 64-60.

The night wasn’t any better for Gainesville on the girls’ side. The Lady Bulldogs went on the road and fell to Chadwick 54-43.

Tuesday was not a good night for the Mammoth Spring boys, as they lost at home to Ridgefield Christian 55-34. The Bears were led by Alex Mero with 13 points, and Zack Flynn chipped in 10. Mammoth Spring falls to 17-12 on the year and 7-4 in the 1A-3 and will head across the state line to Koshkonong on Thursday.

Calico Rock’s high school teams were swept at home by Western Grove. The Pirates were toppled in the boys’ game 72-50 by the Warriors. Calico Rock also fell to Western Grove 61-41 in the girls’ contest.

A few days after Izard County’s boys won the 1A-2 conference championship, they clinched their sixth straight unbeaten conference title Tuesday by beating St. Joe 91-51 on Senior Night. Justus Cooper, Dylan Tharp and Coby Everett were the Cougars’ top scorers with 10 points each. Izard County is now 29-5 overall and 16-0 in the league.

Melbourne was able to sweep Rector at home. The mercy rule was invoked in the girls’ game, as the Lady Bearkatz routed the Lady Cougars 65-24. The Melbourne boys later topped Rector 52-45.

Marshall’s girls ended up with another conference loss on the road. The Lady Bobcats fell to Rose Bud 40-25.

Timbo had a rough Senior Night as they hosted Wonderview. The Tigers lost the boys’ game to the Daredevils 77-51. Timbo’s girls also fell to Wonderview 59-10.

Mountain View left Valley Springs with mixed results. The Lady Yellowjackets defeated the Lady Tigers 54-37. The Mountain View boys were not as fortunate, as they lost to Valley Springs 69-25.

Rural Special’s girls lost a heartbreaker in Morrilton. In a battle between Lady Rebels, Rural Special was edged out by Sacred Heart 52-50.

Both of Bergman’s high school teams dominated Green Forest at home. The mercy rule was put in effect in the girls’ game, as the Lady Panthers beat up on the Lady Tigers 66-27. The Bergman boys later pounded Green Forest 76-53.

Jasper’s boys had a successful road trip to Bentonville. The Pirates topped the Northwest Arkansas Classical Academy 66-45.

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