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Boys

Bergman 69, Kingston 56

Bergman outscored Kingston 19-9 in the third quarter to pull away and remain unbeaten Friday at Kingston.

Bergman (10-0) led 31-30 at halftime before the outburst helped the Panthers extend their lead to 50-39 after three quarter.

Shelton Welsh had 20 points to lead four Panthers in double figures, followed by Elijah Royce 16, A.J. Van Lear with 15 and Asher Fultz with 12. Royce completed a double-double with 12 rebounds, while Chance Carter also had 12.

Berryville 57, Eureka Springs 52

Three players scored in double-figures for the Bobcats in a nonconference win Friday night.

Zach Webb led Berryville (1-0) with a game-high 21 points. Rayden Penden added 15 and Scotland Lucas 12 for the Bobcats (1-0).

Garrett Cross scored 18 to lead Eureka Springs (9-3). Griffin Taylor scored 15 and Matthew Lester 13.

Huntsville 67, West Fork 52

Kent Mayes recorded a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Eagles to a nonconference road win.

Clint Eaton scored 14 and Sean McCone 13 for Huntsville.

Dover 69, Haas Hall-Fayetteville 39

John Krentz scored 16 points to lead Dover to a nonconference win.

Aiden Franklin scored 12 for Haas Hall (0-6) and Omar Soliman added 10.

Deer 67, Green Forest 42

Deer outscored Green Forest 24-8 in the second quarter to pull away and claim a nonconference victory Friday night.

The outburst helped the Antlers turn a 17-12 first-quarter lead into a 41-20 halftime cushion.

Caden Young had 25 points to lead a trio of Deer players in double figures, followed by Keegan Middleton with 15 and Johnny Smith with 13. Rhett Powell had 22 for Green Forest.

Omaha 65, Norfork 42

Austin Isbell had 17 points to lead four players in double figures as Omaha rolled to a victory Friday at Norfork.

Seth Lippe added 14 points while Cade Anderson and Trey Stone chipped in 10 apiece for Omaha (3-7), which led 37-21 at halftime and 47-26 after three quarters.

Viola 65, Western Grove 62

The Longhorns rallied in the fourth quarter to pick up the victory Friday night.

Western Grove (7-3) led 46-45 entering the fourth quarter, but Viola rallied for the win. Hunter Baker led the Warriors with 22 points, while Luke Lane added 21.

Deer 45, Alpena 40

Caden Young had 20 points as Deer advanced to the Arvest Invitational championship game with a close victory over Alpena in Flippin.

Johnny Smith added 13 for the Antlers (4-4), who led 22-18 at halftime and 30-26 after three quarters. Corey Holsted led Alpena with 22 while Jonathan Stone contributed 18.

Deer will play Jonesboro Westside in the title game at 2:30 p.m. today.

Jasper 57, Norfork 39

Jasper built a 28-16 halftime cushion and continued to pull away from Norfork to win Thursday’s consolation game at the Arvest Invitational in Flippin.

Caleb Carter had 18 points to lead a trio of Pirates in double figures, followed by Evan Brasel with 16 and Laythan Collins with 12.

Jasper will play Flippin in the consolation final, which is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. today.

Valley Springs 60, Clinton 36

The Tigers won their 11th straight game to open the season, routing Clinton in nonconference action Thursday.

Isaac Ragland led Valley Springs (11-0) with 23 points and Ethan Flud added 16.

Siloam Springs 68, Providence Academy 57

Murphy Perkins scored 12 of his 20 points in the second half and Siloam Springs used an 18-0 run to take control in a season-opening win Friday against Providence Academy at Panther Arena in Siloam Springs.

Karson Clement added 17 points for the Panthers, including four 3-pointers, while Jacob Wakefield had 10.

Cole Wheeler led Providence Academy with 27 points, while J.D. Siemens had 13.

Girls

Central Ark. Christian 62, Springdale High 60

The Lady Bulldogs lost a heartbreaker on a shot from near half-court at the buzzer in the Conway Tournament on Friday.

Marquesha Davis led Springdale (0-2) with 23 points. Jeniya Gause and Ashley Pegue each scored 10 for the Lady Bulldogs.

Siloam Springs 64, Providence Academy 45

The Lady Panthers built a big first-half lead and rolled to a season-opening victory over the Lady Patriots at Panther Arena.

Jael Harried scored 14 of her game-high 22 points in the first half, while Chloe Price added 18 points for Siloam Springs (1-0).

Faith Curry led Providence Academy with 15 points, while Margaret Gosla had 13 and Jonisha Rolle 12.

Berryville 50, Eureka Springs 27

The Lady Bobcats jumped out to a 23-4 lead after one quarter and never looked back in a nonconference rout Friday night.

Hannah Morrell scored 10 of her game-high 17 points in the first quarter and Baylea Smith finished with 11 for Berryville.

Megan Holloway scored 10 for Eureka Springs.

Sports on 11/18/2018

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