MHCA sweeps Lighthouse Christian on Senior Night

Mountain Home Christian Academy had a successful Senior Night on Friday, as they swept Lighthouse Christian from Springfield in three basketball games.
In the varsity boys’ game, the Eagles escaped with a 58-55 win. Caleb Spray was Mountain Home Christian’s top scorer with 21 points, and Trenton Cox ended up with 14.
Mountain Home Christian also took the varsity girls’ contest 45-37 over Lighthouse Christian. Naomi Spray paced the Lady Eagles with 22 points.
The 14-and-under boys’ game was more lopsided, as Mountain Home Christian pounded Lighthouse Christian 60-28. The 14-and-under Eagles were led by Jordan Woods with 14 points, Dawson Bingham scored 13, and Gabriel Rogers added 11.

Flippin ended the regular season on a rough note, as they were swept by Western Grove.
The boys’ game ended with the Bobcats falling to the Warriors 81-67. Flippin drops to 23-9 on the year, and Western Grove is now 23-8.
The night wasn’t any better for Flippin’s girls, as they lost to Western Grove 67-47. The Lady Bobcats’ record is now 15-15, and the Lady Warriors improve to 16-12.

Yellville-Summit was able to sweep Bruno-Pyatt on its home floor.
The Panthers took the boys’ game over the Patriots 61-53. Yellville-Summit stands at 17-6 on the season. Bruno-Pyatt falls to 6-22.
In the girls’ game, Yellville-Summit beat Bruno-Pyatt 35-28. The Lady Panthers go into the postseason and 10-13. The Lady Patriots drop to 8-18.

The Gainesville boys had a tough night on the road. The Bulldogs fell to Mansfield 75-69 in overtime.

Dora’s boys had another dominating win, as they destroyed Norwood 83-53. Isaac Haney was the Falcons’ leading scorer with 30 points, Auston Luna had 15, Waylon Masters finished with 14, and Mason and Bryson Luna each chipped in 11 points. Dora improves to 23-2 on the season.

Viola finished the regular season by sweeping Hillcrest at home.
The Longhorns defeated the Screamin’ Eagles 79-68 in the boys’ game. Viola’s record is now 27-6.
Friday was also an easy night for the Viola girls, as they beat up on Hillcrest 66-40. The Lady Longhorns have a mark of 31-2.

Salem picked up a sweep on the road at Calico Rock.
The girls’ game went down to the wire, as the Lady Greyhounds edged out the Lady Pirates 53-52. Salem improves to 10-12 on the year, and Calico Rock falls to 13-14.
The night wrapped up with Salem’s boys topping Calico Rock 49-39. The Greyhounds are now 8-16 overall, and the Pirates drops to 8-21.

Mammoth Spring finished the regular season with a split against Riverside.
The Bears won the boys’ game 55-41 over the Rebels. Cole Young led Mammoth Spring with 19 points, Alex Mero scored 14, and Zack Flynn ended with 10. The Bears improve to 21-12 on the season, and their first game in the 1A-3 District Tournament will be Tuesday at Maynard.
It was a different result in the girls’ contest, as Mammoth Spring fell to Riverside 56-37. The Lady Bears were led by Terra Godwin with 20 points, and Lauren Mitchell added 15. Mammoth Spring falls to 22-7 on the year, and its first game at Maynard will be Thursday against Armorel.

The Marshall boys ended their regular season by beating Timbo 66-39. The Bobcats’ record is now 6-15, and the Tigers fall to 6-25.

Lead Hill finished the regular season at home by sweeping Deer.
The Lady Tigers dominated the girls’ game over the Lady Antlers 56-30. Lead Hill improves to 22-15 on the season.
Lead Hill’s boys later got past Deer by a final of 56-52. The Tigers are now 17-20 on the year.

Both of Bergman’s teams went on the road and picked up wins at Highland.
The Lady Panthers began the night by topping the Lady Rebels 46-33. Bergman’s record now stands at 25-10.
The Bergman boys later followed by defeating Highland 72-57. The Panthers’ mark improves to 28-6.

Valley Springs ended its regular season at home by sweeping Alpena.
The Tigers beat up on the Leopards 72-46 in the boys’ game. Valley Springs improves to 30-3 on the year.
Valley Springs’ girls began the night by topping Alpena 68-60. The Lady Tigers are now 27-7 on the season.

The Omaha boys will go into the postseason following a 68-60 win over Kingston. The Eagles’ record is now 18-11.

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