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Girls

Springdale Har-Ber second at Carthage (Mo.) tourney

The Lady Wildcats won a pair of games in the Carthage (Mo.) Tournament and advanced to the championship game, where they fell to Mount Vernon, Mo., 60-48.

"I am pleased with the way our team battled in spurts," said Har-Ber coach Jamie Green. "However, for us to finish games with wins the way we are capable of, we have to have an unwavering commitment to win the 50-50 balls."

Green pointed to rebounding and free throws as other areas the Lady Wildcats (3-3) need to improve on as the nonconference season moves forward.

"Hustle plays are what make the difference," Green said. "We have the talent, now we need to add the killer instinct mentality to finish teams off when we get in a position to do so."

Senior guard Maci Manes scored 20 points to lead Har-Ber in Saturday's championship game. Savanna Collins and Sophie Nelson scored 7 points each and Collins added 7 rebounds and 4 assists.

Har-Ber will be off until Thursday when it opens play in the Broken Arrow (Okla.) Tournament.

Boys

Bentonville West 65, Willard, Mo. 54

West outscored Willard 19-8 in the fourth quarter to secure the win Saturday and complete a three-game sweep at the Tri-State Hoops Classic in Willard.

The Wolverines (4-0) did most of the damage at the free-throw line, hitting 10 of 11 in the fourth quarter after hitting only 6 of 11 free throws in the first half.

Collier Blackburn had 19 points to lead a trio of West players in double figures, followed by Gabe Hornsby with 14 and Collin Blackburn with 12. Collier Blackburn, Hornsby and teammate Dillon Bailey were named to the all-tournament team.

West returns to action Tuesday with a nonconference game at Huntsville.

Springdale Har-Ber claims third at Hurricane Classic

The Wildcats found the scoring touch they needed over the final three quarters and routed Pine Bluff 81-61 to capture third place in the 33rd Annual Barry Pruitt Hurricane Classic on Saturday in Jonesboro.

Har-Ber and Pine Bluff were tied 13-13 after one quarter, but the Wildcats scored 20-plus points in each of the final three quarters, including 26 in the fourth to pull away.

Junior guard Tylor Perry led the Wildcats with 19 points and had plenty of offensive support as Tyler Garrett added 18 and Paxton Ragsdale 16 in the win.

Kendrick Thorn had 24 for Pine Bluff.

All-tournament team named for Great 8 Classic

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Great 8 Classic All-Tournament Team

Jersey Wolfenbarger, Fort Smith Northside

Tracey Bershers, Fort Smith Northside

Kyle Meier, Camdenton, Mo.

Natalie Basham, Camdenton, Mo.

Madi Braden, Ozark, Mo.

Addie Darby, Webb City, Mo.

Ally Figenskau, Rogers High

Pam Seiler, Rogers Heritage

Morgan Vaughn, Siloam Springs

Hannah Schmidt, Fort Smith Southside

PREP WRESTLING

Har-Ber, West excel in Kansas-Oklahoma tournament

Springdale Har-Ber and Bentonville West combined for 10 individual champions in the Kansas-Oklahoma tournament in Caney, Kan., over the weekend.

The Wildcats finished second out of 19 teams and had six champions and 10 medalists. West was third as a team with seven medalists and four champions.

Brendan Davis, the defending Class 6A-7A state champion at 113 pounds, won at 126, while teammates Max Salinas (145), Alex Wilson (152), Ben Fears (182), Quentin Reed (220) and Alejandro Ramirez (285) also won their respective weight classes. Isaac Withrow (113) and Logan Collins (195) were each second, Josh French (132) third and Trevor Davis (120), fourth.

Jackson Nichols, who is expected to to be a state contender, was participating in another school function over the weekend and did not compete. The Wildcats did not have a participant at 138.

West's Zack Ireland, the defending 6A-7A state champion at 106, won at 113 to lead four Wolverine champions. Jake Adams (120), Walker Fox (132) and Stephen Fox (138) also won their weight class. Daryl Easterling (126) and Gunner Coppinerger 285) were both third and Garett Poyfair (160) was fourth.

Bentonville takes third at Border Wars

The Tigers went 7-2, despite missing several key contributers, to finish third at the Border Wars dual tournament in Jay, Okla.

Bentonville lost to Salina, Kan., and host Jay, which finished 1-2 in the team standings. The Tigers were missing at least six wrestlers, who were playing in the Class 7A state championship football game on Saturday. They performed well despite having open weights at 220 pounds and 285 all weekend.

Cash Jones, the defending Class 6A-7A state champion at 145, went 9-0 on the weekend. Nathan Desler and Zane Sims each went 8-1. In addition, Josiah Scates (106) was also unbeaten but didn't wrestle all nine duals. Freshman Blake Wolff lost just once, and that came when he bumped up a weight class.

Springdale High finished 6-3 in duals, including a 36-34 win over Salina, Kan. The Red Bulldogs lost 42-34 to host Jay, Okla., and 42-37 to Bentonville.

Logan Walton, the defending 6A-7A state champion at 120, went 9-0 on the weekend, along with teammate Kapone Wise. Five other Springdale wrestlers went 7-2. The Red'Dogs were also minus Isaac Ponce and Thoper Runny, two stalwarts in the lineup, because of injuries.

BOWLING

Springdale Bowling Center

High Scores for week ending Dec. 2

MONDAY NIGHT LADIES Donna Tito (505); Bowling Problems: Susan Stewart 184.

MONDAY NIGHT ALLEY CATS Ole Arts: Manuel Rossetti 203; Gutter Ballet: John Andrews 225; BAM: Lonnie Billington 236-213 (623); Vital Capacities: Wes Price 211-223 (600); TMNT: Mattie Roles 201-180 (536).

TUESDAY NIGHT GO GETTERS WAC Sharpening & Services: Vivian Mason 168.

THURSDAY NITE USBC Tyler's Quick Release: Lance Henderson 204-214, Hunter Boelte 224; Whatever: Matt Taylor 231 (615), Mike Taylor 203, Mattie Roles 181-189 (521); Harps: Eric Doege 233-234-202 (669); HOLOF: David Framstad 203; We ëre Trying: Randy Foglesong 247, Dan Daily 201; Splits Happen: Eddie Halpin 208, Bridgette Fenton 177-256 (592); Drunken Ducks: Sam Mussino 211, Dena Bright 192-191 (534); Poor Joe: Joe Papczynski 213; The Misfits: Robert Anderson 215-242 (627), Sandy Burson 213; The Young and Restless: Chris O'Neal 234; It Is What It Is: Matthew Taylor 203, Deanne Shepherd 180, Greg Granata 205, Tommy Granata 230; 5 Guys Trying: Chris Walton 269 (631); Spare Parts: James Ramey 201, Danny Forkner 238; The Crew 3.0: Jobie Vongpraphanh 217, Wes Price 217, Eric Kienholz 233-217 (609).

FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Vickery Fencing: Wes Price 224; Split Personalities: Jimmy Keith 246; We Be Pimpin: Elmer Gray 222, Tommy Taylor 206, Chrissy Burke 177; Kiss My Average: Deana Stark 193 (534), Randy Foglesong 207-222 (603); Donna and her Dummys: Chip Gross 212; Shake and Bake: Christina Pannell 194, David Sparks 235; Split and Giggles: Billy Upton 246, Scott Lister 212.

SATURDAY JUNIORS The 10 Pins: Dominik Mason 132; We Don't Know: Elijah Cousins 196, Harrison Cole 175; ID Crew: Isaac Eddy 234.

SATURDAY PREPS/BANTAMS Road Block Disaster: Joshua Smith 146-147; Strikers: Gabriella Trobaugh 135, Cedric Comer 151.

High Scores for week ending Nov. 25

MONDAY NIGHT LADIES The Queens: Linda Papczynski 179.

MONDAY NIGHT ALLEY CATS Slowly But Shirley: Dewey Garrett 223; TMNT: Mattie Roles 175; Gutter Ballet: John Andrews 201; Vital Capacities: Charles Sisco 201, Wes Price 203; Misfit 4: Cory Sullivan 222-203; Ole Arts: Theresa Dennis 195, Norm Dennis 211-210 (600), Manuel Rossetti 249.

TUESDAY NIGHT GO GETTERS WAC Sharpening & Services: Monica Taylor 209; Johnson Truck & Trailer: Marla King 176 (503).

FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Split and Giggles: Billy Upton 209; Donna and her Dummys: Donna Murie 177, Chip Gross 215; We Be Pimpin: Terry Stark 213; Kiss My Average: Deana Stark (501).

Sports on 12/04/2017

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