Conway high basketball teams were on opposite ends of routs Tuesday night in games at Fayetteville.

The Lady Cats used a balanced scoring attack to overpower the Lady Bulldogs, 85-63.

Enjonae Chambers led Conway with 28 points. Claire Hobbs followed had 22 points. Kianna Speight added 17 and Jordan Danberry had 16.

“Tonight was a good win for us on the road,” said CHS coach Ashley Nance. “I was pleased with how balanced our scoring was.”

In the boys game, Fayetteville (4-1) raced to a 73-37 victory.

Tim Boyd had 11 points for the Wampus Cats (1-1).


St. Joseph teams began the St. Joseph Classic with victories over Hazen.

The Bulldogs (10-1) won, 58-30.

Drake Cooper had 13 points and five rebounds and Drew Bates added nine with four assists and three steals. Cole Schichtl and Andrew Beck had seven points. Beck added five steals and three assists. Dylan Schrekenhofer had five points. Andrew Kordsmeier had four rebounds and Landon Enderlin added three assists.

“We played a solid defensive game tonight,” said coach Brent Bruich. “We played a lot of kids and it was good to shake off some holiday rust. We will have to play a lot better if we want to do well the rest of the week.”

The Lady Bulldogs (5-6) won 44-23.

Madeline Moix had 12 points and four steals. Anna Mayor added eight points. Rachel Briggler added eight points and 15 assists. Morgan Kordsmeier had four points and six rebounds and Abby Kordsmeier had four points.


MAYFLOWER ­— Mayflower’s boys used a 17-7 run in the third quarter Tuesday to defeat Heber Springs, 57-53.

J.P. Perry led the Eagles (2-1) with 20 points. Ross Gray had 14, Drew Duncan, nine and Dane Richardson, eight.


Mount Vernon-Enola teams downed Bauxite and Glen Rose in the Bill Gibbs Memorial Tournament at Benton Harmony Grove High School.

The Warhawks defeated Bauxite, 42-39, behind Clayton Been’s 12 points.

The Lady Warhawks downed Glen Rose, 52-41. Katherine Bartlett led MV-Enola with 17 points.


Carl Simon’s seventh-grade girls defeated Ruth Doyle Middle School, 15-9, Tuesday night.

Ruth Doyle’s Toineka Webb led all players with five points, five rebounds, and four steals.