Several Faulkner County teams pick up wins as conference season winds further to the end.
The Greenbrier Panthers split a pair of games on the road Friday in Siloam Springs.
The Greenbrier boys (18-5, 8-2 5A West) picked up a 67-53 win over Siloam Springs (7-14, 2-8 5A West).
In the first part of Friday’s doubleheader, the Siloam Springs girls (9-14, 6-4 5A West) beat the Greenbrier girls (5-18, 1-9 5A West) 50-43.
Both Greenbrier teams travel Tuesday to Vilonia to take on the Eagles.
The Vilonia Eagles swept Greenwood on Friday with a pair of wins over the Bulldogs.
The Vilonia Lady Eagles (21-1, 10-0 5A West) picked up a 77-51 win over the Lady Bulldogs (14-8, 6-4 5A West).
The Lady Eagles used a 21-2 second quarter to take a 33-14 lead after tying with Greenwood at 12 after the first quarter.
Vilonia outscored the Lady Bulldogs by seven in the third quarter on their way to victory.
The Vilonia boys (13-11, 6-4 5A West) also picked up a victory in their 56-38 win over Greenwood (3-19, 0-10 5A West).
A 15-7 first quarter paved the way for an Eagles win Friday.
The Eagles host Greenbrier on Tuesday.
Mayflower also swept its opponent Friday as both Eagles teams picked up wins against Jacksonville Lighthouse.
The Mayflower Lady Eagles (12-14, 8-6 3A-5) dominated Jacksonville Lighthouse in a 53-17 game.
The Lady Eagles outscored Jacksonville Lighthouse 25-5 in the first quarter en route to the win.
The Mayflower boys (18-7, 10-4 3A-5) also had a strong showing in their 60-44 win.
The Conway Christian boys (4-21, 3-11 2A-5 North) suffered a 54-43 loss to South Side (Bee Branch) (12-16, 5-9 2A-5 North) on Friday.
No score has been reported for the CCS girls as of press time Saturday.
The Guy-Perkins basketball teams split a pair of game to Pangburn on Friday at home.
The GP girls (8-23, 1-15 1A-5) couldn’t get it done in a 57-38 loss to Pangburn (23-10, 10-4 1A-5).
The Thunderbird boys (9-22, 5-11 1A-5) was more successful, winning 85-75 over Pangburn (17-14, 10-4 1A-5).
Mt. Vernon-Enola basketball
Both Mt. Vernon-Enola teams picked up wins at home against Brinkley on Friday.
The Lady Warhawks (25-6, 12-4 1A-5) blew away Brinkley in a 73-36 contest.
It took two overtime periods for the MVE boys (19-12, 12-4 1A-5) to knock off Brinkely 92-90.
After trailing 61-54 after three quarters, the Warhawks stormed back, outscoring the Tigers 18-11 in the fourth to force overtime.
Both teams scored nine in the first overtime period, while MVE scored 11 in the second overtime period and Brinkley could only manage nine.