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DEER — The Deer basketball team had a good night against St. Paul on Tuesday. All three teams came away with convincing wins. The senior boys posted a 78-32 win; the Lady Antlers won, 5717; and the junior girls won 31-19.
James Dotson added 10, Brandt Young eight, Chase Smith seven, Calvice Casey, Jim Ewing, Marshall Pettis and Sam Casey six each, Austin Williams and Noah Hampton four apiece, Kody Middleton three, Lemuel Dodson and Hunter Woods two each and Bodhi Watkins one.
The Lady Antlers moved their lead to 394 at halftime and 49-11 at the end of the third period. Leading Deer in scoring was Amber Carney with 29 points. Emily Matlock added 19, Hope Hampton, Libby Reynolds, Latesha Williams and Breanna Middleton two each and Bridget Clayborn one.
n’t score in the fourth period, but they did post a 31-19 win. The Junior Lady Antlers led 13-6 after the first period and 25-12 going into the third frame. Leading the Junior Lady Antlers in scoring was Mahalie Watson with eight points. Katie Smith added six, Isabelle Daniels four, Kendra King and Adrianne Garland three each, Shania Voss, Elizaeth Roberts and Millie Matlock two each and Hannah Dotson one.
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The Deer senior boys rolled to a large, 78-32, win over St. Paul. Leading the Deer charge was Brandon Willis with 13 points.
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NORFORK — A trip to Norfork saw mixed results for Jasper Tuesday evening. The Jasper Lady Pirates grabbed a 52-38 win over Norfork while the senior boys fell, 6855.
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Senior Girls The Lady Pirates took down Norfork on Tuesday, 52-38. Jasper gained an early lead and never gave it up. The Lady Pirates led, 14-6, after the first period and 34-18 at the half. Norfork failed to cut into the Jasper lead during the third quarter as the Lady Pirate lead moved to, 46-29, after three quarters of play.
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The Deer senior girls ran to a 28-1 lead after the first period on their way to posting a 57-17 win.
Norfork won the final quarter of play, 9-6, but sufferend the 14-point defeat in the game. Brittany Langdon netted 20 points for Jasper. Taylor Mitchell added 10 points, Makaela Jones nine, Bailey Pruitt six, Morghan Willis five and Abby Godin two. “They played a box on Abby the whole game,” Jasper Lady Pirate head coach Jeff Lewis said. “I was really proud of how everyone else stepped up and took up the slack. It was a total team effort and the underclassmen did a great job.” The Jasper Lady
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VIOLA — Free throws may have been the difference Tuesday night for the Bergman Lady Panthers. Bergman fell to Viola, 52-48, while they only converted on 12-of-24 free throw attempts in the game. Viola held a 25-20 lead at the half before holding on for the four-
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EUREKA SPRINGS — The Lead Hill Lady Tigers had little trouble with Eureka Springs on Tuesday night. The Lady Tigers cruised to a 50-12 over Eureka Springs on the road. Kate Smith tallied 26 points for Lead Hill. Autumn Rogers added nine, Tristen Berlin five, Hailey Groen four and Greer Clouse, Tori Huebner and Callie Seeley two apiece. The Lady Tigers are now 3-2 on the season.
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Senior Boys Jasper suffered a 6855 defeat at the hands of Norfork in senior boys action. Norfork held a slim, 17-14, lead after the first quarter but increased that lead, 3829, heading into the half. Each team added 13 points to the scoreboard in the third quarter as Jasper could not cut into the Norfork lead. Norfork led, 51-42 Norfork pulled away from the win as they added another four points onto the lead in the final quarter of play.
Garrett Brightwell scored 14 points for the Pirates. Justin House and Trevor Jeanes added nine points apiece, Tyler Richardson and Nic James six points each, Peyton Clark five, Wade Keef three and Harvey Gash one. “We really competed hard,” said Pirates head coach Steve Lynch, “but, again we failed to do the things that must be done in order to beat a good team like Norfork on the road. Too many turnovers and getting whipped on the boards usually means a loss. It certainly did [tonight].” Jasper will host Kingston on Friday night with the first game set to tip off at 5:30 p.m.
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point win. Bergman struggled from the floor as they hit just 21 percent of their shots on 16-of-53 shooting. Viola made 23-of-31 free throw attempts. Kyra Williams led the Lady Panthers in scoring with 11 points. MacKenzie Bradshaw added nine points, Abby Webb seven, Paige Bailey six, Katie Kelley five, Ashley
Robinson and Kailee Willis three each and Kenley Bonham and Same Eaves one point apiece. “When you can’t make layups and free throws you’re going to get beat,” said Bergman Lady Panthers head coach Bobby Howard. “We have to get better. We are working hard, but hard work without execution gets you beat.”
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BEE BRANCH — St. Joe came up empty on a trip to Bee Branch Tuesday night. The St. Joe Wildcats fell to Southside Bee Branch, 63-27, while the Lady Wildcats lost, 7439. The Junior Wildcats were defeated, 46-13.
Senior Boys St. Joe suffered a 6327 loss at the hands of Southside Bee Branch. Southside held a 2010 lead after the first quarter before holding the St. Joe offense to just two points in the second quarter. Southside led, 37-12, at the half. St. Joe fell further behind in the third quarter as Southside added another 15 points to its lead. Brady Willis scored a team-high 13 points for the Wildcats. Logan Manes, Lane Shockey and Anthony Cowan added four points each while Logan Baker scored two. The Wilcats are now 1-4 on the season.
Senior Girls St. Joe was down by Southside Bee Branch in the senior girls contest, 74-39. Southside established a lead early as they led
20-10 through the first period and 34-20 at the half. The lead grew in the second half as Southside netted 25 points in the third quarter to extend their lead to, 59-34. St. Joe was held to five points in the final quarter as Southside put an end to any chance of a comeback. Rose Taylor put up 13 points for St. Joe. Cortney Mills added 12 points, Judy Hunter six, Carley James four and Macie Grinder and Cheyenne Lewis two points apiece. The Lady Wildcats fall to 1-4 on the season.
Junior Boys The St. Joe offense sputtered early as the team fell, 46-13, to Southside Bee Branch. Soutside held St. Joe to two points in the opening quarter as they established a 14-2 lead. St. Joe trailed, 27-8, at the half before the Southside squad pulled away in the second half. Southside held the Junior Wildcats to just five second-half points. Ricky Janssen scored five points for St. Joe. Brenden Sharp added four points while Anthony LaFollette and Dawson James each scored two.