By DAVID MCCOLLUM
LOG CABIN STAFF WRITER
Conway White won two junior high boys basketball games Monday night against different teams at Buzz Bolding Arena.
In eighth-grade play to go to 12-0, the White defeated North Little Rock Ridgeroad, 50-44. Kameron King had 11 points. McCall Dail had nine. Jalen Graham and Travis Obannon had seven each.
The White team downed Little Rock Catholic, 34-29, in ninth-grade action at the arena.
Breylin Smith and Blaine Booker had nine points each for the White (8-8).
Beebe handed Greenbrier’s junior girls their first loss of the season Monday night, taking a 38-33 victory at Panther Pavilion.
Kory Westerman led the Lady Panthers (9-5, 4-1) with 14 points. Emily Moore, Marinda Clendenin and Charli Short had five points each. Ali Skudlark had four points.
In eighth-grade girls action the Lady Panthers lost, 28-12. Cassidy England led with four points.
The Faulkner County Falcons homeschool team defeated Embassy Christian Academy of Little Rock, 69-51, Monday night in senior high basketball.
The Falcons took the lead early in the first quarter and led for the remainder of the game. Carter Mayo led the Falcons with 29 points, including six 3’s. Hadan Phillips and Daniel McNair added 13 each. Trent Wolf scored nine points and led the team with 14 rebounds. Colton Ferrell had five points and Grant Ragland had eight assists.
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GREENBRIER “B” BOYS 10
Clinton won two games by total of three points over Greenbrier on Monday in seventh-grade boys basketball.
Clinton won the A game, 25-23. Spencer Sutterfield led the Panthers with seven points and Connor Frost added five. Other scorers were: Bo Harmon, four, Kollin Jordan, three, and Tanner Tilley and Reese Hammontree, two each.
The Yellowjackets won the B game, 11-10, in overtime.
Jordan scored four points for the Panthers. Ian Kelley, Ethan Hall and Colton Ray had two each.
Bob Courtway Middle School defeated Ruth Doyle, 24-21, in seventh-grade girls basketball Monday night.
Khalil Miles led Ruth Doyle with 10 points while Cardrina Nolen scored six points. Toineka Webb had three and Lauren Brockman scored two points.
Taylor Arnold also contributed four points in B game.
Ruth Doyle will not play again until Jan. 28 at Carl Stuart.
(David McCollum can be reached at 501-505-1235 or email@example.com)