Conway’s girls outscored Little Rock Hall, 23-12, in the third quarter Tuesday on the way to a 67-59 victory over the Lady Warriors that snapped a two-game losing streak.

Conway (17-5, 5-3) moved a game ahead of Hall (12-8, 4-4) in the 7A/6A Central standings at the beginning of the second half of conference play.

The Lady Cats’ biggest lead was 23 points in the second half.

"Tonight, for the first time, I thought we played together as a team and got some good play off the bench.

Alexis Tolefree scored 10 of her 19 points in the third quarter. Christin Rogers added 15 and Asia Willard had 11.

Hall won the boys game, 50-40.


MAYFLOWER — Episcopal Collegiate (18-3, 13-0) clinched the 3A-5 boys title Tuesday night, outscoring Mayflower, 29-17, in the third quarter on the way to winning an 82-76 shootout.

The only losses in conference play for the Eagles (19-5, 11-2) have been to Episcopal.

"If the other team scores 80-something points and you score 70-something, then both teams are playing pretty well," said Mayflower coach Brent Stallings. "They hit a few more shots and that was the difference."

J.P. Perry scored 36 points for the Eagles and Hayden Long added 20. Drew Duncan scored 16.

Kelvin Robinson (29) and Allie Freeman Jr. (27) combined for 56 of the Wildcats’ points.

In the senior girls game, Mayflower outscored the Lady Wildcats 24-6 in the fourth quarter on the way to a 78-48 victory.

Tierra Lasker led the Lady Eagles with 19 points. LonJanae Wyatt added 17 points. Jessica Webb 16 points and Raegan Bartlett 15 points.

The Eagles play Friday at Jessieville.


VILONIA ­— Vilonia’s Lady Eagles improved to 8-1 in 5A-West Conference and 20-3 overall with a 50-45 over Morrilton on Tuesday night.

Vilonia took a 13-4 lead after one quarter but could never pull away. The Lady Eagles built leads of as much as 10 points, but Morrilton battled back to get as close a one point in the fourth quarter.

The Lady Eagles Vilonia then surged ahead by nine points and held on.

Cassidy McNespey and Audrey Moran led the way in scoring with 14 points each. Moran also led in assists with four. Sydney Wader chipped in 13 points and led in rebounds with eight.

Vilonia will host Huntsville on Friday with action starting at 5 p.m. with a JV girls game.

Morrilton won the boys game, 66-64.


CLARKSVILLE — Kory Westerman scored 26 points Tuesday night in pacing Greenbrier’s girls (12-10, 5-4) to a 48-42 victory over Clarksville.

Ali Skudlark and Kenzie Batterton scored seven points each.

Clarksville won the boys game (51-42).

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