By: Matt Sharp
Cotter finished with one win as they played Sloan-Hendrix in three games at Imboden.
The victory came in the senior boys' game as the Warriors topped the Greyhounds 66-52. Cameron Dwyer was Cotter's leading scorer with 19 points as he hit five of six from three-point range. Also for Cotter, Thomas Cooper scored 15 points, and Dakota Dwyer added 11. The Warriors improve to 7-21 overall and 4-9 in the 2A-2.
Cotter did not fare as well in the senior girls' contest. The Lady Warriors lost to Sloan-Hendrix 48-29.
Cotter also fell to Sloan-Hendrix in the junior girls' game 33-17.
Norfork hosted Hillcrest for three conference games on Friday. The senior boys' game ended with the Panthers losing to the Screamin' Eagles 79-75.
Norfork also lost the senior girls' game to Hillcrest 72-62. The Lady Panthers were led by Alexis Knapp with 22 points, Easton Massey ended up with 16, and Kristen Thiel chipped in 15. Norfork falls to 7-15 overall and 2-8 in the 1A-2 North.
Norfork's only win was in the junior girls' contest as they topped Hillcrest 42-25. Kelcy Acklin paced the Junior Lady Panthers with 20 points.
The Flippin senior girls picked up a big win as they handed Valley Springs their first conference loss with a 48-32 decision. Hannah Davis led the Lady Bobcats with 16 points, and Kaylee Wood added ten. For the Lady Tigers, Peyton Tennison finished with 13 points. Flippin improves to 18-7 on the season and 4-4 in the 3A-1 East. The Lady Bobcats will host Yellville-Summit on Tuesday.
The senior boys' game required overtime. Flippin was able to score ten points in the extra period and defeat Valley Springs 40-36.
It was a tough outing for Yellville-Summit's senior boys as they took on the top-ranked team in Class 3A. The Panthers fell to Mountain View 70-48. Yellville-Summit was led by Clifton Beck with 17 points, Jarod Allen scored 11, and Tristin Jones and Darryl Dromgoole each had ten. For the Yellowjackets, Tanner Holt finished with 18 points, and Tyler Luster chipped in 17.
The junior boys' game had a different results as Yellville-Summit defeated Mountain View 36-28. Nick Allen was the Junior Panthers' leading scorer with 17 points, and Logan Lynch added 13. Yellville-Summit is now 11-3 on the year.
Both of Bruno-Pyatt's girls' teams lost to Alpena as the mercy rule was invoked in both contests. In the senior-high game, the Lady Patriots were routed by the Lady Leopards 53-11. Bruno-Pyatt also lost the junior-high game to Alpena 47-12.
Bakersfield's girls competed in a tournament at Thayer and beat Koshkonong 66-50. Betsy Minkler led the Lady Lions with 22 points, Kristin Marsh scored 16, and Larissa Britt added ten.
The Dora girls wrapped up tournament play at Mountain Grove and tied the school record for wins in a season. The Lady Falcons topped Houston 52-43 to improve to 15-5 on the year. Dora will travel to Plato on Monday.
Calico Rock's girls went out of conference play last night and fell to Bergman 67-42. Torrie Weaver led the Lady Panthers with 20 points including 15 from behind the arc, and Charissa Rogers chipped in ten. Bergman is now 20-8 on the season.
Both of St. Joe's senior teams fell on the road to Lead Hill.
The girls' game saw the Lady Wildcats lose to the Lady Tigers 56-37. Tristen Berlin was Lead Hill's leading scorer with 13 points, Kate Smith scored 12, and Haley Summers grabbed 15 rebounds.
Lead Hill also took the boys' contest 55-44.
Jasper's boys put the mercy rule in effect as they pounded Mount Judea 68-24. The Pirates were led by Dylan Kilgore with 16 points each, and Seth Stewart and Trevor Jean added ten each. Jasper is now 21-4 overall and 10-1 in the 1A-1 East.
The Mountain Home eighth-grade girls team continued tournament action at Nixa on Friday. The Eighth-Grade Lady Bombers beat Willard 44-26.
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