Conway Christian defeated Quitman 60-56 Tuesday night in senior boys action.

Andrew Dather led the Eagles with 15 points and eight rebounds, while Lance Beckman also had 15 points. Tyler Ratliff had a double-double performance of 12 points and 11 rebounds. Ethan Ellis chipped in six points and seven rebounds, while Tanner Stevenson scored six points to go along with five rebounds and three steals.

Conway Christian shot just 33 percent from the field but outrebounded the Bulldogs 44-30. The Eagles also forced 17 turnovers.

Conway Christian will return to action Friday hosting Academics Plus.

GREENBRIER 7TH BOYS

The Greenbrier seventh-grade boys teams defeated Bob Courtway Middle School on Wednesday night to open their season.

Greenbrier won the A game 53-31. Josh Ballard led the way with 13 points, while Paxton Wallace scored nine. Carter Burcham and Ryan Flake had eight and seven points, respectively. Charlie Aley and Brayden Sparks both scored six points apiece.

In the B game, eight players scored for Greenbrier in its 16-12 victory. Matthew Burroughs led with three points.

D.J. Harmon, Adam Buckman, Payton Goodman, Tucker Newton, Matthew Wrightam and Cody Hopper had two points each.

Greenbrier returns to action Saturday when it hosts Beebe.

MV-ENOLA

MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon Enola’s girls jumped to a 23-4 lead in the first quarter Tuesday night on the way to a 63-25 romp over Blevins.

Katherine Barley led the Lady Warhawks with 15 points, while Sydney Davies had 10, Shannon Smith nine and Heather Prowse seven.

The Warhawks made it a sweep with a 56-53 victory in the senior boys game. The Warhawks led 46-29 after three quarters before holding off the Hornets.

Blake Keathley led MV-Enola with 13 points, Seth Brady had nine and Adam Caudill seven.

CONWAY WHITE

BRYANT — Conway White held off Maumelle 41-38 Tuesday night in the semifinals of the boys division of the Bryant junior high tournament.

With the win, the Kittens will take on host Bryant in the finals at 7:10 p.m. Thursday. Bryant defeated Hot Springs in the other semifinal.

Justin Tims led Conway White with 11 points and nine rebounds. Adrian Moore finished with 10 points and five assists, while Colton Jackson scored nine points and had seven rebounds.