BRYANT — Conway High swept Bryant Tuesday night in 7A Conference girls and boys basketball games.
The Conway Lady Cats got 31 points from Taylor Gault on the way to a Bryant 71-60 victory.
The Lady Cats moved to 14-1 overall and 2-1 in the league. Bryant fell to 15-2, 1-2.
"This was a good road win for us," Conway coach Ashley Nance said. "We didn’t start the game as well as we would have liked, but we finished, and I was proud of our team for that."
Enjonae Chambers added 18 points. Bre Hobbs and Alexus Clardy had 11 and six
points, respectively. Hobbs had eight rebounds. Clardy’s three-point play with 2:25 left tin the third quarter gave Conway the lead for good.
The Wampus Cats (12-3, 3-0) jumped to a 14-2 first-quarter lead and were never seriously challenged in a 56-46 victory.
Micah Delph had 21 points, five assists and four steals. Glenn Norris had 10 points and four steals. Colt Fason had 10 points and eight rebounds. Xavier Clardy had five points, five rebounds and three blocked shots. TeShawn Sims had six points and three steals.
Conway teams will host Van Buren on Friday night.
Guy-Perkins teams took three narrow victories over Mount Vernon-Enola on Tuesday.
Lanaie Lagasse scored 33 points in leading the Lady Thunderbirds to a 73-69 victory. Alexis Hogan added 20. Heather Prouse scored 20 for the Lady Warhawks.
Darrell Henderson scored 26 points in the Thunderbirds’ 60-56 victory in the senior boys games. Brian Hooten added 20. Kyle Brewer had 17 for the Warhawks.
Guy clinchd the junior girls conference championship with a 30-27 win. Ashley Hicks led the Lady Thunderbirds with 10 points.
GREENBRIER — Neal Burcham scored 15 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter, sparking a 31-point onslaught in the final period that led Greenbrier’s boys to their first 5A-West victory Tuesday, 67-43 over Harrison.
After a 3-pointer by Jon Mark Rowden gave Greenbrier a 41-35 lead, Burcham scored nine straight points as the Panthers (9-7, 1-3) pulled away for good.
In the girls game, Cicely New scored 25 points in a 49-40 victory by the Lady Panthers (7-9, 2-2). The Lady Goblins fell t o 4-13, 1-3.
Abundant Life’s Lauren McClenden hit a jumper in the lane as time expired as the Owls took a 37-35 victory over St. Joseph on Tuesday in girls basketball at the St. Joseph Family Activity Center.
The Lady Bulldogs (89-12, 2-6) trailed 26-21 going into the final quarter before forcing the overtime with Abundant Life (16-7, 5-3)
"This was a tough, hard-fought game," said St. Joseph coach Chris Kordsmeier. "It was very physical. We played behind most of the night, but we kept making plays to get back into the game. I was proud of the effort. We had chances. We just have to keep finding the way."
Heather Dail scored 18 points for the Lady Bulldogs. Heather Moix had eight points and six rebounds. Amy Schichtl had eight points and eight rebounds.
St. Joseph took a 36-20 lead at halftime on the way to a 58-38 win in the senior boys contest.
Grant Smith had 14 points and four rebounds for the Bulldogs (14-7, 4-4). Mark Mallett added 13 and Andrew Beck, 11 points, five assists and three steals. Tyler Jones had eight points and six assists. Matt Snider had five rebounds.
"I was proud of the way we bounced back from our tough loss (Monday night)," said St. Joseph coach Brent Bruich. "The guys were determined aand ready to play and you could see it in their faces before the game. We executed extremely well tonight, especially on offense. OUr bench played well for us again. Hopefully, we can build off this for the stretch run."
St. Joseph went to 11-2 and 4-0 with a 41-9 victory in the junior girls game. Meagan and Racehl Briggler each had 14 points for the Lady Bulldogs. Carolina Dail had four points.
Vilonia’s Lady Eagles surged to a 36-9 halftime lead and coasted to a 47-20 victory over Morrilton.
Caterine Puckett led the Lady Eagles (16-2, 4-0) with 14 points. Maggie Brewer added 14.
Fountain Lake defeated Mayflower’s girls 44-29. Olivia Gray had 15 points and Erica Cros 11 for the Lady Eagles.
Fountain Lake won the senior boys game, 48-40.
Conway Blue outscored Benton 16-4 in the second quarter Tuesday on the way to a 51-39 victory in ninth-grade boys basketball.
Alex Reed led the Kittens with 16 points, Trent Walder added 10, and A.J. Burton and Darvin Thompson nine each.
"This was a good game for us," said Conway coach Tommy McMillen. "We played better defense and rebounded a lot better tonight."
Conway Blue girls defeated Benton last night 38-36 to go to 2 -1 in conference. "Sidney Mitchum led with 15 points, 11 rebounds, and four steals. Alyssa Strickland had seven points, four assists, two rebounds, and three steals. Deborah Downs had six points, four rebounds, and three steals. Micaela Norment had four points, four rebounds, and two steals. Tanisha Jones had three points and three rebounds. Madison Leach had two points, five rebounds, and three steals.
"We played extremely hard tonight and were able to get the win," said Blue girls coach Shannon Thomey. "I am proud of the girls for staying in the game and continuing to fight - it was a hard earned victory!"