MAYFLOWER — The Mayflower teams posted a pair of wins over Glen Rose on Friday night.

Four players scored in double figures to lead the Eagles to a 66-43 win in the boys game. Dane Richardson led that charge with 17 points.

Jason Dawson added 12 points for Mayflower (8-11, 5-6), while Austin Taylor and Deric Parks had 11 points each.

A strong second half helped the Lady Eagles take a 42-32 win.

Trailing 22-20 at halftime, Mayflower (7-14, 5-6) held a 20-12 advantage in the second half to go on for the win.

Olivia Gray scored 20 points to lead the Lady Eagles. Rebecca Tuggle scored 12 for Glen Rose.

Mayflower also won the junior girls game, taking a 39-25 decision.

Tierra Lasker paced the Junior Lady Eagles (13-3, 5-0) with 13 points.

The Mayflower teams will play at Cutter Morning Star on Tuesday.



The Conway Christian teams took a pair of wins over Mountain Pine on Thursday night at Eagle Gymnasium.

The Eagles held on for a 56-53 win in the boys game for their third conference victory in six days. It was also the second time Conway Christian had defeated the top team in the conference.

Kirby Powell led with 28 points. Zach Johnson had a double-double performance of 11 points and 10 rebounds and added four assists, three blocks and three steals. Tanner Stevenson contributed with six points and 10 rebounds. Ethan Ellis scored five points, while Caleb Stanton added six assists and three steals.

"I’m really proud of the guys," Eagles coach Shane Davis said. "Hopefully, we’re picking it up at the right time and can keep it going."

The Lady Eagles cruised to a 59-29 win.

Conway Christian led 43-14 at halftime and coasted in the second half.

Kelly Hays paced the Lady Eagles with 22 points. Lexi Dather scored 17 points and grabbed 17 rebounds, while Sarah Martin had 12 points, five rebounds and three steals.

Christina DenHartog and Sarah Nekonchuk had four points each.


Conway White defeated Cabot North, 41-32, Thursday in boys junior high basketball. 

Sidney Moore led the Kittens with 13 points. Dustin Tims had seven and Gerrell Williamson six. Andre Willard, James Grubbs, and Carson Cook each had four for the White (14-7, 4-2).

In the girls game, Conway White took a 44-20 win. Kianna Speight and Jordan Danberry had 13 points each. Diamond Kelley followed with eight points and three steals. Kaylyn Boyd and Meagan Goodnight chipped in five ponts each. Jada Benton had a solid defensive effort with four blocks and also chipped in two points.



Searcy defeated Greenbrier’s junior girls 30-26 Thursday. The Lady Panthers fell to 11-7 on the year and 4-3 in conference  play. 

Sydney Smith led the Lady Panthers with 10  points and Ashley Anderson had seven. Allie Pack added five.

In the eighth-grade girls game Searcy won 34-26. Brooklyn Freeling had eight points and 

Brittany Harmon added six. Makayla Singleton had four. 

The Panthers will be back in action Monday night when they take on Russellville 

West at the Panther Pavilion.


Vilonia’s junior boys took a 31-28 victory over Beebe on Thursday.

Leading scorers for Vilonia were Cody Moore and Nathan Taylor with nine

points each. Cameron Wilkins added seven points. The Eagles (10-7) hit

15 of 20 free throws in the second half to help in a close win.


Greenbrier’s seventh-grade boys lost two games to Morrilton on Wednesday.

Morrilton took the A game, 35-19. Tyler Williams had six points and Denton King three for the Panthers. 

Morrilton won the B game, 8-4. Greenbrier scorers were Zach Hollenbaugh and Weston Glass with two each.



The Carl Stuart eighth-grade girl defeated Cabot North 44-20 Thursday night.

Jordan Danberry led all scorers with 13 points and added four steals. Christin Rogers followed with 11 points, two blocks and three steals. Asia Willard chipped in eight points, while Kianna Speight and Meagan Goodnight scored six and four, respectfully. Sydney Freyaldehoven added two points.   

Cayla McDowell had a solid defensive effort with three blocks and four rebounds.

The seventh-grade girls team defeated Morrilton in a pair of game.

CSMS won the A game 24-17. Haliey Estes led all scorers with 13 points and four steals. Lyndi Dather followed with seven points and five rebounds. Mica Walter and Amber Morrow each had two points.

CSMS won the B game 12-2. Areil Smith and Madison Hales both contributed three points each. Morgan McAlexander, Erykah Howard and Peyton Drnton each both added two points apiece.