Tuesday basketball results include MHCA splitting with Eagle Heights

Mountain Home Christian Academy ended up with a split taking on another group of Eagles from Eagle Heights Tuesday at Harrison.
Mountain Home Christian dominated the varsity boys’ game 62-25 over Eagle Heights. Landon Jines was Mountain Home Christian’s top scorer with 14 points, and Stone Robinson and Gideon Spray chipped in 13 each.
Mountain Home Christian had a different result in the varsity girls’ contest falling to Eagle Heights 65-33. Caroline Robinson led Mountain Home Christian with 11 points.
Mountain Home Christian was able to take the 14-and-under boys’ game 52-31. Mountain Home Christian was led by Gabe Spray with 21 points and 10 rebounds, Cory Jines scored 12 points, and Dawson Bingham had 10 points.
The evening began with the 12-and-under boys’ game, as Mountain Home Christian lost to Eagle Heights 41-31. Kaleb Towery was Mountain Home Christian’s leading scorer with 16 points.

The Flippin High School boys’ basketball team had a good night on the home floor. The Bobcats beat up on the Arkansas Arts Academy 79-56 on Tuesday.

Yellville-Summit was swept in a pair of boys’ games at home by Eureka Springs.
The senior high game ended with the Panthers falling to the Highlanders 44-34. Ben Cantrall led Yellville-Summit with 12 points.
Yellville-Summit did not fare any better in the junior high contest. The Junior Panthers lost to Eureka Springs 29-24.

Ozark Mountain’s boys were able to invoke the mercy rule, as they routed Kingston 68-37. The Bears were led by Zack Bolin with 24 points.

The Gainesville boys were able to pick up a win on the road. The Bulldogs defeated Sparta by a final of 61-51.

Viola’s high school teams were able to pick up a sweep over Concord. The Lady Longhorns pounded the Lady Pirates 48-25. The Viola boys followed up with a 66-51 win over Concord.

Salem had two wins hosting White County Central for three games. The senior girls’ game was dominated by the Lady Greyhounds, as they breezed past the Lady Bears 64-22. It was a different result in the senior boys’ contest. with Salem falling to White County Central 56-34. The junior girls’ game began the evening, as Salem destroyed White County Central 41-8.

Izard County’s girls had a rough outing on the home court. The Lady Cougars fell to Marmaduke by a score of 65-36.
Izard County fared better in the junior high contest, as they mauled Marmaduke 51-31. Quinn Johnson was the Junior Lady Cougars’ top scorer with 21 points, and Katie Orf and Makensie Yancey had 10 each. Izard County improves to 10-4 on the season.

Mammoth Spring had two easy wins hosting Maynard.
The Bears were able to destroy the Tigers 91-43 in the boys’ game. Aidan Burns paced Mammoth Spring with 21 points, Cole Young and Logan Doss finished with 19 each, and Nathaneal Rogers added 18. The Bears are now 14-6 on the year and 5-1 in the 1A-3.
The girls’ game also required the mercy rule, as Mammoth Spring beat up on Armorel 59-21. The Lady Bears were led by Sara Crowe and Chevelle Graves with 14 points each, Shelby VanGinhoven ended up with 12, and Megyn Upton chipped in 11.

It was a bad night for Marshall’s girls on the road. The Lady Bobcats lost at Bigelow 82-40.

The Mountain View boys suffered another defeat at home. The Yellowjackets were toppled by Cave City 46-38.

Lead Hill came away with a three-game sweep hosting Omaha.
The Tigers took the senior boys’ game 44-31 over the Eagles. Cody Paul, Will Mancinelli and T.J. Catron were Lead Hill’s top scorers with 10 points each, and Paul also grabbed 10 rebounds. Kaden Lee had 10 points for Omaha.
Lead Hill also beat Omaha 41-33 in the senior girls’ contest. Kelsey Rogers led the Lady Tigers with 24 points.
The night began with the junior girls’ game, as Lead Hill got past Omaha 35-30. The Junior Lady Tigers were led by Bella Huebner with 30 points.

Bergman’s boys ended up with another dominating road win. The Panthers pounded Greenland 68-23.

The Valley Springs High School teams were able to sweep Elkins at home. The Tigers beat the Elks 49-35 in the boys’ game. Valley Springs also won the girls’ contest 51-31.

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