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ARKANSAS ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION Board of Directors

Benny Weston Superintendent Mena President

John Ward Superintendent Magnolia 1st Vice President

Steve Straessle Principal Catholic 2nd Vice President

Bryan Russell Superintendent Valley View Secretary

Kelvin Gragg Superintendent Dumas Treasurer

Kelvin Hudson Superintendent Flippin

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Billy Adams Superintendent Lakeside, LV

Jared Cleveland Superintendent Springdale

John L Colbert Superintendent Fayetteville

Scott Embrey Asst. Supt. Beebe

Jon Estes Superintendent Palestine-Wheatley

Brian Golden Superintendent Malvern

Gregg Grant Superintendent Danville

Steve Green Superintendent Cave City

Shawn Halbrook Superintendent Morrilton

Kevin Hesslen Asst. Supt. Greenwood

Ronnie Kissire Superintendent Poyen

Jeremy Mangrum Superintendent Elkins

Jeff Priest Superintendent Riverside

Kim Wilbanks Superintendent Jonesboro

The members of the Governing Body and staff of the association desire to promote educational and cultural values among its 490 member schools. These schools are junior and senior high, both public and private. A positive attitude and appreciation for higher standards of sportsmanship and effective citizenship among all participants is a goal. Encouraging activity programs that will provide additional opportunities for all students to participate and compete in a variety of sports and activities is a mission. Since 1912 when the AAA was organized as an athletic association, and since 1969 when the scope was broadened to include all activities, the association has expressed its commitment to promoting and encouraging other school activities beneficial to the development of students in addition to athletics. The AAA now conducts 108 state championships in twenty-three sports as well as providing cooperative assistance with the state events for numerous student activity organizations.

The AAA administers the eligibility records for over 100,000 students annually, helps organize and train over 3,000 game officials and serves as the administrative office for the Arkansas Officials Association, Arkansas High School Coaches Association, and the Arkansas High School Athletic Administrators Association. In addition, the association’s special services include coordination and administration of a nationally-based coaches education program, the annual coaching clinic and All-Star games, the Sportsmanship Award selection process, and the Academic Champions program. The AAA is dedicated to promoting school activities as a valuable part of a student’s total educational program.

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Lance W. Taylor Executive Director

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Don Brodell Assoc. Executive Director

Nick Lasker Assoc. Executive Director

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PREVIOUS STATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS GIRLS STATE WINNERS

2020-Bentonville/Fayetteville, Nettleton/Greenwood, Farmington/Star City, Mtn. View/Valley Springs, Melbourne, Kirby 2019- Northside, LR Christian, Batesville, Mountain View, Melbourne, Wonderview 2018 – North Little Rock, Jonesboro, Hot Springs, Central Arkansas Christian, Charleston, Earle, Wonderview 2017 – Fayetteville, Marion, Watson Chapel, Pocahontas, Hoxie, Quitman, Bay 2016 – North Little Rock, Jonesboro, Watson Chapel, Riverview, Valley Springs, Earle, Nemo Vista 2015 – Fayetteville, Greenwood, Hot Springs, Riverview, Greenland, Marmaduke, Nemo Vista 2014 – Conway, Greenwood, Paragould, Malvern, e-Stem, Spring Hill, Nemo Vista 2013 – FS Northside, LR Hall, Jacksonville, Malvern, Greenland, Norphlet, Nevada 2012 – Cabot, LR Parkview, Greenwood, Star City, Greenland, England, Wonderview 2011 – Fayetteville, El Dorado, Watson Chapel, Shiloh Christian, Mountain View, England, Calico Rock 2010 – North Little Rock, Watson Chapel, Greenwood, Prairie Grove, Valley Springs, Conway Christian, Kirby 2009 – Fayetteville, Lake Hamilton, Vilonia, Shiloh Christian, Charleston, Danville, Scranton 2008 – Conway, Watson Chapel, Camden Fairview, Huntsville, Marshall, Carlisle, Kingston 2007 – FS Northside, LR Parkview, Camden Fairview, Central Arkansas Christian, Marshall, Carlisle, Sacred Heart 2006 – North Little Rock, Morrilton, Central Arkansas Christian, Strong, Sacred Heart 2005 – LR Parkview, Alma, Central Arkansas Christian, Strong-Huttig, Guy-Perkins 2004 – LR Parkview, Harrison, Farmington, Harding Academy, Wickes 2003 – West Memphis, Morrilton, De Queen, Poyen, Guy-Perkins 2002 – FS Northside, Harrison, Highland, Greenland, Guy-Perkins 2001 – FS Northside, Harrison, Ozark, PalestineWheatley, Guy-Perkins 2000 – FS Northside, Harrison, Ozark, Greenland, Bradley 1999 – FS Northside, Siloam Springs, Dover, Greenland, Mt. Pleasant 1998 – FS Southside, Hot Springs, Ozark, Tuckerman, St. Joseph 1997 – LR Hall, Hot Springs, Huntsville, Caddo Hills, Van-Cove 1996 – FS Southside, Greene County Tech, Pocahontas, County Line, Van-Cove 1995 – Pine Bluff, Lake Hamilton, Mena, East Poinsett, West Side GF 1994 – Fayetteville, Ridgecrest, Pocahontas, Valley Springs, Emerson 1993 – Fayetteville, Greene County Tech, Vilonia, Caddo Hills, Delta 1992 – West Memphis, Batesville, Dardanelle, Nevada, Alpena 1991 – Bryant, Batesville, Lamar, County Line, Parkdale 1990 – Hot Springs, Rivercrest, Star City, South Side BB, Kingsland

1989 – Bryant, Wynne, Gentry, South Side Bee Branch, Parkdale 1988 – Bryant, Batesville, Lamar, Flippin, Newark 1987 – FS Southside, Hamburg, Drew Central, Turrell, Huttig 1986 – FS Southside, Mountain Home, Mansfield, Mount Ida, Union 1985 – FS Southside, Searcy, Hamburg, Flippin, Newark 1984 – Blytheville, Wynne, McCrory, Flippin, Guy-Perkins 1983 – Marianna, Batesville, Clinton, Palestine, McNeil 1982 – Bryant, Batesville, Eudora, Palestine, McNeil 1981 – LR McClellan, Wynne, Altheimer, Waldo, Emerson 1980 – LR McClellan, Rivercrest, Clarksville, Palestine, Parkdale 1979 – Fayetteville, Alma, Vilonia, Waldo, Parkdale 1978 – Russellville, Rivercrest, Gurdon, Stephens, Plumerville 1977 – Lonoke, Stephens, McNeil 1976 – Alma, Stephens, Calico Rock 1975 – Stephens, Calico Rock 1974 – Rivercrest, Calico Rock 1973 – Highland, Melbourne 1972 – Stephens, Guy-Perkins 1971 – Prescott, Vilonia 1970 – Ashdown, Plumerville 1969 – Ashdown, Bradley 1968 – Ashdown, Bradley 1967 – Perryville, Bradley 1966 – Perryville, Bradley 1965 – Perryville, Glenwood 1964 – England, Lewisville 1963 – Leslie, Shawnee 1962 – Leslie, Bradley 1961 – England, Viola 1960 – Waldo, Greenbrier 1959 – England, Viola 1958 – Manila, Greenbrier 1957 – Ashdown, Greenbrier 1956 – Emerson, Greenbrier 1955 – Van Buren 1954 – Van Buren 1953 – Van Buren 1952 – Emerson 1951 – Van Buren 1950 – Van Buren 1949 – Marked Tree 1948 – Marked Tree 1947 – Marianna 1946 – Marked Tree

PAST OVERALL CHAMPIONS 1992 – Dardanelle 1991 – Bryant 1990 – South Side Bee Branch 1989 – Bryant 1988 – Bryant 1987 – FS Southside 1986 – FS Southside 1985 – Hamburg 1984 – Guy-Perkins 1983 – Batesville 1982 – Bryant

1981 – LR McClellan 1980 – Clarksville 1979 – Waldo 1978 – Stephens 1977 – Stephens 1976 – Calico Rock 1975 – Stephens 1974 – Rivercrest 1973 - Melbourne 1972 – Stephens

BOYS STATE WINNERS

2020-LR Central/Conway, West Memphis/Jacksonville, Mills/Magnolia, Rivercrest/Osceola, England, Nevada 2019- Northside, Marion, Magnolia, Ashdown, England, Izard County 2018 – North Little Rock, Jonesboro, Parkview, Baptist Prep, McGehee, Earle, Guy-Perkins 2017 – Northside, Jonesboro, Mills, Baptist Prep, Episcopal, Earle, Guy-Perkins 2016 – Cabot, LR Parkview, Forrest City, Baptist Prep, Cedar Ridge, Earle, Bay 2015 – North Little Rock, Pine Bluff, LR McClellan, Monticello, Episcopal Collegiate, England, Bay 2014 – Class 7A - vacate, Jonesboro, Forrest City, Brookland, Episcopal Collegiate, Cedar Ridge, Concord 2013 – North Little Rock, LR Hall, Jacksonville, Pottsville, Harding Academy, Cedar Ridge, Bay 2012 – LR Hall, LR Parkview, Sylvan Hills, Clarksville, Earle, East Poinsett County, Mammoth Spring 2011 – LR Hall, LR Parkview, Alma, Clarksville, Rivercrest, East Poinsett County, Bay 2010 – Conway, LR Hall, LR McClellan, Jonesboro Westside, Earle, Hughes, Wonderview 2009 – Fayetteville, Jacksonville, Greene County Tech, Stuttgart, Arkansas Baptist, Conway St. Joseph, Guy-Perkins 2008 – LR Catholic, LR Hall, Siloam Springs, Lonoke, Rose Bud, Earle, Izard County 2007 – FS Northside, Jonesboro, Greene County Tech, Huntsville, Riverview, Junction City, Fayetteville Christian 2006 – LR Parkview, Blytheville, Dollarway, Buffalo Island Central, Guy-Perkins 2005 – West Memphis, Alma, LR Christian, Buffalo Island Central, Guy-Perkins 2004 – West Memphis, Mills University Studies, East Poinsett County, Altheimer, Waldo 2003 – Pine Bluff, LR Fair, Pulaski Academy, Altheimer, Weiner 2002 – LR Parkview, Osceola, Pulaski Academy, Poyen, Viola 2001 – LR Hall, Osceola, Hughes, Marked Tree, Emerson 2000 – LR Fair, HS Lakeside, Lonoke, Earle, Turrell 1999 – LR Central, Watson Chapel, Lonoke, Arkansas Baptist, Turrell 1998 – LR Parkview, Hot Springs, Clarksville, Stephens, Walker 1997 – West Memphis, Magnolia, Clarksville, Ark. Baptist, Guy-Perkins 1996 – LR Fair, Hot Springs, Hamburg, Valley Springs, Saratoga


1995 – LR Parkview, Searcy, Atkins, Crawfordsville, Saratoga 1994 – Jonesboro, Dumas, Dermott, Bradley, Delight 1993 – LR Parkview, Dumas, Hamburg, Buffalo Island, Wabbaseka 1992 – LR Parkview, Stuttgart, Eudora, Buffalo Island, Kingsland 1991 – West Memphis, Morrilton, Dermott, Delta, Wabbaseka 1990 – Pine Bluff, Malvern, Star City, Caddo Hills, Parkdale 1989 – Blytheville, Malvern, Dermott, Delta, Wabbaseka 1988 – LR Parkview, Trumann, Gosnell, Marked Tree, McNeil 1987 – Fayetteville, Dumas, Pulaski Robinson, Delta, Parkdale 1986 – Blytheville, Hope, Dermott, Wabbaseka, St. Joseph 1985 – Russellville, Magnolia, Stamps, Earle, Carthage 1984 – LR Hall, Harrison, Drew Central, Wabbaseka, Parkdale 1983 – LR Hall, Marianna, Camden Fairview, Drew Central, West Side GF, Violet Hill 1982 – LR Hall, El Dorado, Lonoke, Gurdon, Valley Springs, Blevins 1981 – LR Hall, West Memphis, Bryant, Marvell, Crawfordsville, Wilmar 1980 – LR Central, West Memphis, Magnolia, Earle, Grady, Parkdale 1979 – Pine Bluff, Blytheville, Osceola, Lake Village, Marmaduke, Parkdale 1978 – LR Parkview, Fayetteville, Dumas, Star City, Marmaduke, Plumerville 1977 – Pine Bluff, Texarkana, Osceola, Stephens, McNeil 1976 – El Dorado, Conway, Monticello, Holly Grove, McNeil 1975 – LR Central, Fayetteville, Magnolia, Drew Central, Nemo Vista 1974 – FS Northside, Conway, Magnolia, Earle, Village 1973 – LR Central, Conway, Morrilton, Stamps, Vaster 1972 – LR Central, LR Parkview, Magnolia, Stephens, Menifee l

1971 – NLR Ole Main, LR Parkview, Magnolia, Stephens, County Line 1970 – LR Central, LR McClellan, Searcy, Ouachita, Stephens Carver 1969 – North Little Rock, Camden Lincoln, Lonoke, Desha Central 1968 – FS Northside, Crossett, Green Forest, Pyatt 1967 – North Little Rock, Harrison, Green Forest, Taylor 1966 – LR Central, White Hall, Mountain Home, Greenbrier 1965 – FS Northside, Newport, Greenbrier, Bay 1964 – North Little Rock, Brinkley, Delight 1963 – Monticello, Paragould, Lake Hamilton 1962 – Jonesboro, Manila, Sparkman 1961 – Helena-West Helena, Nettleton, Valley Springs 1960 – Leachville, Mulberry, Jasper 1959 – FS Northside, Ouachita, Pyatt 1958 – FS Northside, Sheridan, Marmaduke 1957 – Rogers, Viola 1956 – Jonesboro, Valley View 1955 – FS Northside, Delight 1954 – Jonesboro, Oden 1953 – Clinton, Bergman 1952 – Pine Bluff, Valley Springs 1951 – FS Northside, Valley Springs 1950 – Van Buren, Valley Springs 1949 – North Little Rock, Arkansas School/Deaf 1948 – Fayetteville, Oden 1947 – Little Rock, Ouachita 1946 – Little Rock, Marshall 1945 – Little Rock, HS Lakeside 1944 – Little Rock, Center Ridge 1943 – North Little Rock, Formosa 1942 – Jonesboro, Marshall 1941 – Beebe, Judsonia 1940 – Jonesboro, New Edinburg 1939 – Ash Flat, Violet Hill 1938 – Jonesboro 1937 – Jonesboro 1936 – Coal Hill 1935 – Pine Bluff 1934 – Pine Bluff 1933 – Pine Bluff 1932 – Hot Springs 1931 – Warren

1930 – Western Grove 1929 – Little Rock 1928 – Pine Bluff 1927 – Batesville 1926 – Pine Bluff 1925 – FS Northside 1924 – Pine Bluff 1923 – Pine Bluff 1922 – Texarkana 1921 – Leslie 1920 – Little Rock 1919 – Texarkana 1918 – Little Rock 1917 – Little Rock 1916 – Jonesboro 1915 – Stuttgart 1914 – Stuttgart 1913 – Little Rock 1912 – Little Rock 1911 – Jonesboro Woodland College 1910 – Little Rock 1909 – Texarkana PAST OVERALL CHAMPIONS 1992 – LR Parkview 1991 – West Memphis 1990 – Pine Bluff 1989 – Blytheville 1988 – LR Parkview 1987 – Fayetteville 1986 – Dermott 1985 – Magnolia 1984 – LR Hall 1983 – LR Hall 1982 – Gurdon 1981 – West Memphis 1980 – West Memphis 1979 – Parkdale 1978 – Dumas 1977 – Pine Bluff 1976 – Conway 1975 – LR Central 1974 – FS Northside 1973 – LR Central 1972 – LR Centra


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Overall State Basketball Records TEAM MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS All-Time 6 Bradley, 1962-00 6 Guy-Perkins, 1972-05 6 Fort Smith Northside, 1999-13 6 Fayetteville, 1979-2015 6 Greenland, 1999-15 6 England, 1959-15 5 Van Buren, 1950-55 5 Stephens, 1972-78 5 Batesville, 1982-92 Consecutive 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Bradley, 1966-69 Stephens, 1975-78 Van Buren, 1953-56 Marked Tree Fort Smith Northside, 1999-02 Greenbrier, 1956-58 Perryville, 1965-67 Ashdown, 1968-70 Calico Rock, 1974-76 Fort Smith Southside, 1985-87 Harrison, 2000-02 Guy-Perkins, 2001-03 Central Arkansas Christian, 2005-07 Nemo Vista, 2014-16

MOST OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIPS All-Time 4 Stephens, 1972-78 4 Bryant, 1982-91 2 Fort Smith Southside, 1986-87 Consecutive 2 2 2 2 2

Stephens, 1977-78 Bryant, 1988-89 Fort Smith Southside, 1986-87 Fort Smith Northside, 1999-00 Greenland, 1999-00

WIN STREAKS Overall 126 Marked Tree 86 Van Buren, 1942-66 60 Van Buren, 1942-66 Conference 144 47 37 26

Star City, 2008-2018 Alpena, 2007-2012 Dumas, 2005-08 Bismarck, 2000-02

MOST TOURNAMENT VICTORIES Championships 11 Tuckerman 1997-99

STATE TOURNAMENT MOST POINTS SCORED Team 318 Calico Rock, 1975 313 Guy-Perkins, 2002 300 Guy-Perkins, 2005 297 Guy-Perkins, 2008 290 Marmaduke, 2015 284 Manila, 1960 284 Harrison, 2002 284 Morrilton, 2008 282 Central Arkansas Christian, 2006 278 Marshall, 2007 273 Camden Fairview, 2007

Half - One Team 77 Guy-Perkins vs. Leslie, 1995 75 Guy-Perkins vs. Alread, 1996

Game 94 92 92 91 91 89 89 87 87 86 83

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Season 1,011 Marmaduke, 2017-2018 948 Marmaduke, 2014-2015 943 Marmaduke, 2016-17 930 Marmaduke, 2012-13 909 Norfork, 2016-17 805 Norfork, 2014-15 714 Westside Johnson County, 2014-15 682 Clinton, 2010-11

Camden Fairview, 2007 Morrilton, 2008 Marmaduke, 2015 Van Buren, 1950 Guy-Perkins, 2002 Bradley, 1967 Harrison, 2001 Greenbrier, 1958 East Poinsett County, 2008 Morrilton, 2007 El Dorado, 2005

HIGHEST COMBINED SCORE Game 179 Clinton vs. Gosnell, 95-84, 2010 164 Parkin vs. Monette, 83-81, 1951 158 Greenbrier vs. Mountain View, 87-74, 1958 157 Morrilton vs. LR Fair, 2008 155 Central Arkansas vs. Dumas, 86-69, 2007 154 Rivercrest vs. Dumas, 81-73, 2005 151 Marmaduke 92, Westside JC 59, 2015 150 Harrison vs. Marianna Lee, 89-61, 2001 149 Camden Fairview vs. Pul. Robinson, 94-55, 2007 148 Fayetteville vs. Mountain Home, 75-73, 1994 148 El Dorado vs. Springdale, 83-65, 2005 LOWEST COMBINED SCORE Game 40 Bradley vs. Plumerville, 24-16, 1968 ATTENDANCE Game 8,259 8,107 7,560 7,342 6,312

LR Hall/LR Parkview, 2013 Harding Academy/Valley Springs, 2004 LR Parkview/Cabot, 2004 Weiner/Nevada, 2013 Siloam Springs/Alma, 1999

MOST OVERTIMES 8 Fayetteville (75) vs. Mtn Home (73), 1994

COACHING MOST VICTORIES Career 1,063 Thednall Hill (Highland), 1952-86 (1,063-122) 858 Ronnie Johnson (Bradford), 2008 (858-540) 817 Barbara Gilliam, Drew Central (through 2003) 800 Carla Croder, Bryant/Cabot, active 714 C.B. Havener, Mulberry (1945-87) 668 Alene Crabtree (Alma), 1940-84

MOST FREE THROWS Game - Both Teams 92 Rivercrest (67) vs. Trumann (25), 2-15, 1996

Editor’s Note: Irene Jones of Leslie became the first woman coach to win a state boys basketball championship in 1921. Barbara Wilburn of Marked Tree became the second to win a state boys basketball championship in 2001.

Consecutive Wins 40 Tuckerman 1997-99

Game - One Team 67 Rivercrest vs, Trumann, 1996 Quarter 39

Rivercrest (fourth), 2-15, 1996 vs. Trumann

Team 67

Rivercrest, 2-15, 1996 vs. Trumann

FIVE-GIRL BASKETBALL (Started in 1980) OFFENSE MOST POINTS SCORED Game - Both Teams 217 Guy-Perkins (117) vs. Humphrey (100), 10-25, 1994 207 Guy-Perkins (116) vs. Scotland (91), 11- 27, 1984

Quarter 47 38

Guy-Perkins vs. Alread, 1996 Marmaduke, 2015

MOST POINTS SCORED (85+) Game - One Team 117 Guy-Perkins vs. Humphrey, 10-25, 1994 116 Guy-Perkins vs. Scotland, 11-27, 1999 100 Palestine-Wheatley vs. Earle, 12-18, 1998 93 CAC vs Parkview 11-11, 2004

Game 112 96

Guy-Perkins vs. Arkansas School/Deaf, 1999 Guy-Perkins vs. Arkansas School/Deaf, 1999

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Season 357 Norfork, 2016-17 338 Marmaduke, 2014-2015 294 Marmaduke, 2017-18 280 Marmaduke, 2016-17 275 Marmaduke, 2012-13 260 Norfork, 2014-15 252 Norfork, 2017-18 235 Clinton, 2010-11 232 Westside Johnson County, 2014-15 200 Norfork, 2013-14 200 CAC, 2017-18 188 Norfork, 2015-16 177 Alpena, 2009-10 125 Clinton, 2009-2010 Game 34 32 31

Guy-Perkins vs. Walnut Valley, 1999 Guy-Perkins vs. Ark School/Deaf, 1999 Guy-Perkins vs. Arkansas School/Deaf, 1999

Quarter 9 8 7 7

Guy-Perkins vs. Arkansas School/Deaf, 1999 Guy-Perkins vs. Arkansas School/Deaf, 1999 Guy-Perkins vs. Arkansas School/Deaf, 1999 Guy-Perkins vs. Arkansas School/Deaf, 1999

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY Game 117 Palestine-Wheatley 123, Marvell 6, 1-5, 1999 LOWEST COMBINED SCORE Game 18 Weiner 15, Trumann 3, 11-24-03 CONSECUTIVE 100-POINTS Games 2 Palestine-Wheatley, 100 (12-18, 1998); 123 (1-5, 1999). INDIVIDUAL – REGULAR SEASON OFFENSE MOST POINTS SCORED Career


3,736 3,500 2953 2,562 2,236 2,207 2,150 2,140

Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2003-07 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2014-18 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2009-13 Jasmine Jackson, Acorn, 2010-2014 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2005-08 Marleigh Dodson, Norfork, 2015-18 Wanda Dillard, Brinkley, 1983-84 Kendall Mago, Mount St. Mary, 1986-88

Season 1,084 997 965 964 928 894 873 859 823 777 774 771 756

Christyn Williams, CAC, 2015-16 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2003-04 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2017-18 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2005-06 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2006-07 Wanda Dillard, Brinkley, 1983-84 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2007-08 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2016-17 Jasmine Jackson, Acorn, 2013-14 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2010-11 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2009-10 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2011-12 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2004-05

Game 71 58 55 52 51 50 46 46 45 43 41 40

Angela Davenport, Hartman, 1979 Laura Davidson, Greenwood, 2009 Lainie Lagasse, Guy-Perkins, 2010 Ke’vonshaye Stackhouse, H-West Helena, 2015 Laura Nafe, Pulaski Academy vs. England, 1998 Emily Nichols, Bergman vs. Lead Hill, 2003 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2008 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2016 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2016 Anna Wigley, Camden Harmony Grove, 2013 Mary Beth Gilmore, Union, 2002 Erica Smith, Palestine-Wheatley vs. Earle, 1998

SCORING-AVERAGE Career 24.8 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2014-18 24.7 Wanda Dillard, Brinkley, 1983-84 Season 35.7 32.2 31.0 29.3 29.0 28.9 28.2 28.0 26.8 26.0 26.0 26.0 26.0 26.0

Wanda Dillard, Brinkley, 1983-84 Melody Rowe, Maynard, 1981-82 Kathy Jones, McGehee, 1987-88 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2015-16 Terri Conder, Rose Bud, 1980-81 Brenda Rhodes, Wilmar, 1983-84 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2007-08 Becky Jones, Woodlawn, 1983-84 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2017-18 Bettye Fiscus, Wynne, 1980-81 Darla Hicks, Clinton, 1986-87 Loretta Jamieson, Highland, 1979-80 Terri Conder, Rose Bud, 1979-80 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2016-17

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game 31 Mary Beth Gilmore, Union, 10-22-02 27 Lou Ann Sanders, Guy-Perkins, 11-23-98 24 Lainie Lagasse, Guy-Perkins, 2008-09 23 Erica Eneks, Mountainburg, 11-25-03 23 Lainie Lagasse, Guy-Perkins, 2010 19 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2008 MOST FREE THROWS MADE Season 271 Mary Beth Gilmore, Union, 2002-03 240 Justyne Huber, Prairie Grove, 2012-13 239 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2015-16 207 Haley Scott, Clinton, 2010-11 194 Abby Meredith, Marmaduke, 2015-16 179 Marleigh Dodson, Norfork, 2017-18 176 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2016-17 169 Natalie Lentz, Marmaduke, 2017-18 166 Jordan Mays, Marmaduke, 2016-17 161 Kelcy Acklin, Norfork, 2015-16

161 149 141 119

Marleigh Dodson, Norfork, 2015-16 Madison Price, Marmaduke, 2014-15 Ivy McGowan, Norfork, 2017-1 Lunden Roberts, Southside Batesville, 2007-08

Game 28 21 21 19 19 19 18 17 16 14

Mary Beth Gilmore, Union, 10-22-02 Lainie Lagasse, Guy-Perkins, 2008-09 Lainie Lagasse, Guy-Perkins, 2010 Tasha Crain, Kingsland, 1-24-02 Erica Eneks, Mountainburg, 11-25-03 Mariana Larson, Shirley, 2016 Kila Marie Reding, Alpena, 2003 Tasha Crain, Kingsland, 12-29-01 Lou Ann Sanders, Guy-Perkins, 11-23-98 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2008

CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS 21 Natalie Lentz, Marmaduke, 2018 19 Yvonne Neal, White Hall, 1982 18 Kila Marie Reding, Alpena, 2003 18 Sierra Shipley, Fayetteville, 2008 18 Kelly Acklin, Norfork, 2014-15 FREE THROW SHOOTING PERCENTAGE Season 92.2 Lunden Roberts, Southside Batesville, 2007-08 83.7 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2011-12 83.6 Logan Blagg, Clinton, 2010-11 82.4 Haley Scott, Clinton, 2010-11 81.0 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2010-11 78.3 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2012-13 78.5 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2009-10 77.9 Anna Meredith, Marmaduke, 2017-18 77.5 Natalie Lentz, Marmaduke, 2017-18 76.3 Yvonne Neal, White Hall, 1982 76.1 Jenna Davis, CAC, 2017-18 74.1 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2016-17 (149/201) Game 100.0 100.0 93.3

Mariana Larson, Shirley, 2016 (19-19) Emma Higgins, Ridgefield Christian, 2018 (19-19) Kelly Acklin, Norfork, 2013-14

MOST THREE POINTS GOALS MADE Career 325 Logan Blagg, Clinton, 2008-11 298 Sidnee Bopp, Marmaduke, 2013-15 267 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2014-18 213 Logan Blagg, Clinton, 2008-10 Season 169 138 130 125 112 103 95 92 91 90 88 88 88 88 83 78

Kelcy Acklin, Norfork, 2016-17 Hannah Pfeifer, Mountain Home, 2017-18 Sidnee Bopp, Marmaduke, 2014-15 Logan Blagg, Clinton, 2009-10 Logan Blagg, Clinton, 2010-11 Sidnee Bopp, Marmaduke, 2014-15 McKenna Mainard, Westside JC, 2014-15 Sidnee Bopp, Marmaduke, 2012-13 Kinley Stowers, Norfork, 2017-18 Haley McKee, Westside JC, 2011-12 Logan Blagg, Clinton, 2008-09 Ashley Henson, Westside JC, 2008-09 Whitley Boggs, Marmaduke, 2012-13 Marlee Stepp, Westside JC, 2014-15 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2017-18 Cheyenne Acklin, Norfork 2014-15

Game 15 15 12 10 9 9 9 8 8

Ashley Hutchcraft, Guy-Perkins, 1999 Shana Cunningham, Guy-Perkins, 2009 Ashley Hutchcraft, Guy-Perkins, 1999 Chelsea Bradley, Clinton, 2010 Michelle Lumsargis, Prairie Grove, 2012 Emily Martin, Western Grove, 2014 Whitley Boggs, Marmaduke, 2011 Sidnee Bopp, Marmaduke, 2014 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2008

8 8 8 7 7 7 7

Sydney Kay Linville, Umpire 2008-09 Kelcy Acklin, Norfork, 2016, 2017 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2017 Angela Saitta, Haas Hall, 2014 Ivy McGowan, Norfork, 2015-16 Abby Meredith, Marmaduke, 2015-16 Kelcy Acklin, Norfork, 2016(2), 2017 (3)

SHOOTING PERCENTAGE THREE POINT Season .618 Ashley Prault, Bismarck 21-of-34, 2001-02 .470 Kelcy Acklin, Norfork, 169-354, 2016-17 .440 Haley McKee, Westside JC, 2011-12 .432 Logan Blagg, Clinton, 112-259, 2010-11 .419 Kinley Stowers, Norfork, 91-217, 2017-18 Game .857

Morgan Paige Miller, Greenland, 2012 (6 of 7)

QUADRUPLE DOUBLE 2011 Janna Rose Case, Alpena, 35 points, 23 rebounds, 22 blocked shots, 10 steals 2015 Delanei Hurt, Westside JC, 14 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, 10 blocks REBOUNDS MOST REBOUNDS Career 1,432 Wanda Dillard, Brinkley, 1983-84 1,261 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2014-18 Season 594 375

Wanda Dillard, Brinkley, 1982-83 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2017-18

Game 30 27 24 23 23 22 21 21 21 20 20 20

Donnesia Clark, KIPP Delta, 2014 Jessica Hertz, Midland, 2012 Kathey Moore, Wynne, 1983-84 Janna Rose Case, Alpena, 2011 Delamei Hurt, Westside JC, 2015 Maya Gill, KIPP Delta, 2016 Tina Webb, Bryant, 1983-84 Mandi McCann, West Side Christian, 2001-02 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2018 Katie Veach, Manila, 2006-07 Maya Gill, KIPP Delta, 2015 Maya Gill, KIPP Delta, 2016

REBOUNDS-AVERAGE Career 16.4 Wanda Dillard, Brinkley 1983-84 Season 18.0 15.0 14.5 14.0 13.2 13.0 12.2 12.2 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.0

Anne Thomas, Hamburg, 1987-88 Terri Conder, Rose Bud, 1980-81 Missy Parker, Charleston, 1986-87 Kathy Jones, McGehee, 1987-88 Erica Westbrook, Camden, 1983-84 Terri Conder, Rose Bud, 1979-80 Melody Rowe, Maynard, 1981-82 Cathey Moore, Turrell, 1986-87 Shirley Morris, Parkdale, 1980-81 Anne Thomas, Hamburg, 1986-87 Cathey Moore, Turrell, 1987-88 Dinah Dickerson, Clarksville, 1979-80 Tammy Whitener, Bradford, 1979-80

ASSISTS MOST ASSISTS ASSIST-AVERAGE Season 12.0 Dinah Dickerson, Clarksville, 1979-80 8.0 Missy Parker, Charleston, 1987-88 6.7 Kristian Tester, Prairie Grove, 2001-02 6.4 Kristian Tester, Prairie Grove, 2002-03 6.3 Blaire Armstrong, Timbo, 2002-03 6.3 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2006-07


6.0 6.0 6.0 5.9

Sally Moore, Bryant, 1987-88 Cheryl Smith, NLR Ole Main, 1987-88 Natalie Martin, Judsonia, 1980-81 Kristian Tester, Prairie Grove, 2000-01

Career 760 752 543 354 344

Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2009-2013 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2003-07 Kristian Tester, Prairie Grove, 2002-2003 Blaire Armstrong, Timbo, 2001-2003 Wanda Dillard, Brinkley, 1983-84

Season 270 237 224 215 200 198 196 191 188 186 181 160 166 158 158 155

Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2006-07 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2005-06 Reesa Hampton, Marmaduke, 2017-18 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2012-13 Kristian Tester, Prairie Grove, 2002-03 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2011-12 Blaire Armstrong, Timbo, 2002-2003 Jordan Mays, Marmaduke, 2015-16 Kristian Tester, Prairie Grove, 2001-02 Natalie Lentz, Marmaduke, 2017-18 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2010-11 Jordan Mays, Marmaduke, 2016-17 Brittany Fowler, Buffalo Island, 2009-10 Blaire Armstrong, Timbo, 2001-2002 Hailey Weathers, Westside JC, 2013-14 Kristian Tester Prairie Grove, 2000-01

Game 12 12

Yvonne Neal, White Hall, 1982 Reesa Hampton, Marmaduke, 2017

STEALS MOST STEALS Career 698 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2003-07 Season 202 192 185 172 162 145 128

Tina Webb, Bryant, 1984-84 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2006-07 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2005-06 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2003-04 Ivy McGowan, Norfork, 2017-18 Jordan Mays, Marmaduke, 2016-17 Lakyn Garrison, Wickes, 2004-05

STEALS MOST STEALS-AVERAGE Season 10.0 Dinah Dickerson, Clarksville, 1979-80 5.0 Terri Conder, Rose Bud, 1980-81 Game 20 11 10 10 10

Tatiyan Washington, KIPP Delta, 2015 Tatiyan Washington, KIPP Delta, 2015 Yvonne Neal, White Hall, 1982 Ivy McGowan, Norfork, 2016 Janna Rose Case, Alpena, 2011

BLOCKS MOST BLOCKS-AVERAGE Season 9.2 Janna Rose Case, Alpena, 2011 7.2 Kathey Moore, Wynne, 1983-84 4.5 Wendy Scholtens, FS Southside, 1986-87 4.0 Kendall Mago, Mount St. Mary, 1986-87 4.0 Priscilla Bryles, NLR Northeast, 1987-88 Career 998

Caroline Hogue, Baptist Prep, 2011-15

Season 276 261 259 254 224

Janna Rose Case, Alpena, 2011 Caroline Hogue, Baptist Prep, 2013 Caroline Hogue, Baptist Prep, 2012 Caroline Hogue, Baptist Prep, 2014 Caroline Hogue, Baptist Prep, 2015

Game 23

Janna Rose Case, Alpena, 2011

STATE TOURNAMENT MOST POINTS SCORED Game 55 Brenda Rhodes, Wilmar, 1983-84 45 Carone Harris, Bradley, 2000 45 Skekinna Stricklen, Morrilton, 2008 45 Jordan Madden, East Poinsett Co., 2008 42 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2008 42 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2018 41 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2018 40 Kellie Lampo, Jessieville, 2015 39 Brenda Rhodes, Wilmar, 1983-84 39 Winter Holloway, Des Arc, 1998 39 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2018 38 Brenda Rhodes, Wilmar, 1983-84 38 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2007 36 Cari Tanneberger, Fayetteville, 1994 36 Jerrica Scott, Star City, 2010 MOST THREE POINT GOALS State 8 Logan Blagg, Dumas, 2011 8 Sidnee Bopp, Marmaduke, 2014 7 Shanita Arnold, FS Northside, 07 6 Beth Pleasants, Rast Poinsett Co., 95 6 Inda Lewis, Siloam Springs, 97 6 Allison Hampton, Marmaduke, 2015 5 Meredith Farrell, FS Southside, 98 5 Spril Carter, Farmington, 03 5 Tori Duncan, Guy-Perkins, 05 5 Brooke Poole, Kingston, 08 5 Jennifer Simpson, Carlisle, 2007 5 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2008

11 11

Nakeia Guiden, Guy-Perkins, 2008 Mallory Clutts, Conway Christian, 2010

REGIONAL TOURNAMENT TEAM MOST POINTS SCORED 90 Dumas, 2008 INDIVIDUALS MOST POINTS SCORED Game 36 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2018 33 Whitney Hameth, Dumas 2008 MOST THREE POINT GOALS MADE Game 6 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2008 6 Logan Blagg, J. Westside, 2011 5 Sidnee Bopp, Marmaduke, 2015 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game 34 Lauren Dennis, Farmington, 2006 Quarter 27

Lauren Denis, Farmington, 2006

SIX-GIRL BASKETBALL (Last season 1979) INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE MOST POINTS SCORED Career 4,023 Pearlean Davidson, Parkdale, 1977-80 (one year 5 on 5) 3,600 Tammy Whitener, Bradford, 1977-80 (one year 5 on 5)

MOST REBOUNDS Game 25 Cari Tanneberger, Fayetteville, 1994 21 Kellie Lampo, Jessieville, 2015 21 Christyn Williams, CAC, 2018 20 Charlotte Hutchcraft, Guy-Perkins, 1995 19 Brittany Johnson, Strong, 2006 19 Megan Herbert, Shiloh Christian, 07 18 Brenda Jones, Delta 1993 17 Cherie Tyree, Fayetteville, 1994 17 Elana Ealy, Guy-Perkins, 2002 16 Amber Gilmore, Rural Special, 05 16 Shekinna Stricklen, Morrilton, 2006 16 Shekinna Stricklen, Morrilton, 2008 16 Whitney Zachariason, CAC, 2006 16 Kimberly Reseeker, Sacred Heart, 2006 16 Lexus Williams, North Little Rock, 10 16 Kellie Lampo, Jessieville, 2015

Season 956 857

Pam Fenter, Charleston, 1978-79 Angela Davenport, Hartman, 1978-79

Game 120 106 73 72 69 52

Helen Fox, Fort Smith, 3-20, 1930 Doris Anderson, Strong, 2-14, 1930 Rhoda Thorn, Guy-Perkins, 1960 Michelle Cormack, Des Arc, 1970 Jo Ann Grimes, Cardon Bottom, 1951 Pam Fenter, Charleston, 1979

Offensive 14 12 11 10 9 9 9 9 9

Brittany Johnson, Strong, 2006 Elana Ealy, Guy-Perkins, 2002 Cari Tanneberger, Fayetteville, 1994 Ramona Chandler, Guy-Perkins, 1995 Joan Collins, Valley Springs, 1994 Jennifer Garrett, East Poinsett, 1995 Kimberly Resecker, Sacred Heart, 06 Megan Herbert, Shiloh Christian, 07 Lexus Williams, North Little Rock, 10

MOST POINTS SCORED Regular Season Tournament 165 Rhoda Thorn, Guy-Perkins, 1960

Defensive 14 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Cari Tanneberger, Fayetteville 1994 Brenda Jones, Delta, 1993 Whitney Zachariason, CAC 2006 Charlotte Hutchcraft, Guy-Perkins, 1995 Lisa Harper, Pocahontas, 1996 Cherie Tyree, Fayetteville, 1994 Juawanna Polk, Pine Bluff, 1995 Shekinna Stricklen, Morrilton, 2006 Shekinna Stricklen, Morrilton, 2007 Shekinna Stricklen, Morrilton, 2008 Whitney Hameth, Dumas, 2008

SCORING-AVERAGE Season 37.2 Angela Davenport, Hartman, 1978-79 36.0 Kathy Messer, Waldo, 1978-79 35.0 Pam Fenter, Charleston, 1978-79 28.0 Gail Buffington, Stephens, 1977-78

Game 73

Rhoda Thorn, Guy-Perkins, 1960

MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game 20 Pam Fenter, Charleston, 1978-79 (20 of 22) TEAM HIGHEST COMBINED SCORE REGULAR SEASON 202 Havana 106, Cardon Bottom 96, 1957 192 Greenbrier 97, Guy-Perkins 95, 1960 STATE TOURNAMENT TEAM MOST TOURNAMENT POINTS 288 Greenbrier, 1958 284 Manila, 1960 272 Van Buren, 1950


MOST POINTS, ONE TEAM Game 91 Van Buren, 1950 84 Greenbrier, 1958 HIGHEST COMBINED SCORE 164 Parkin 83, Monette 81, 1951 158 Greenbrier 84, Mountain View 74, 1958 MOST POINTS SCORED Tournament 177 Marilyn Townsley, Plumerville, 1970 175 Joan Stroud, Salem, 1969 169 Debbie Wells, Vilonia, 1972 161 Janecia Bowie, England, 1959 161 Judy Langston, Mississippi County, 1974 158 Linda Tumlison, Portland, 1967 158 Francis Garroutte, Van Buren, 1950 149 Dulane Pintado, Glenwood, 1965 148 Mary Ann Otwell, Waldo, 1960 148 Jeannie Felts, Shawnee, 1963 Game 58 56 55 52 52 51 51 49 49 48 48 48

Peggy Ward, Mountain View, 1957 Glendora Cotter, Viola, 1963 Francis Garroutte, Van Buren, 1950 Holly Briley, Vilonia, 1971 Kathy Messer, Waldo vs. Palestine, 1979 Debbie Wells, Vilonia, 1972 Susie Harris, Pulaski Robinson, 1976 Jackie Clayton, Greenbrier, 1959 Joan Stroud, Salem, 1969 Linda Glover, Holly Grove, 1962 Joan Stroud, Salem, 1969 Dulane Pintado, Glenwood, 1965

BASKETBALL BOYS TEAM

MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS All-Time 17 Little Rock Central, 1912-99 13 Little Rock Parkview, 1971-16 12 Pine Bluff, 1923-03 11 Jonesboro, 1916-14 10 LR Hall, 1981-13 9 Fort Smith Northside, 1925-07 9 North Little Rock, 1943-15 8 Earle, 1974-2016 7 Magnolia, 1971-97 6 Valley Springs, 1950-96 6 West Memphis, 1980-05 Consecutive 4 4 4 3 3 3

Little Rock Central, 1944-47 Little Rock Hall, 1981-84 Little Rock Hall, 2010-13 Pine Bluff, 1933-35 Valley Springs, 1950-52 North Little Rock, 2013-15

MOST OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIPS All-Time 3 Little Rock Central, 1972-75 3 West Memphis, 1980-91 2 Pine Bluff, 1977-90 2 Little Rock Hall, 1983-84 2 Little Rock Parkview, 1988-92 Consecutive 2 2 2 WINS Consecutive

Little Rock Central, 1972-73 West Memphis, 1980-81 Little Rock Hall, 1983-84

60 60 51

West Memphis, 1980-81 Stephens, 1998-99 Delight

MOST POINTS SCORED REGULAR SEASON Game 221 Gosnell 114, Brookland 107, 2-11-06 210 Midland 122, Timbo 88, 2001 208 Cherry Valley 108, Crawfordsville 100, 1952 THREE POINT GOALS MOST ATTEMPTED Game 61 Morrilton vs. Guy-Perkins, 11-23-98, 14 of 61 MOST MADE Season 311 306

Brookland, 2009-2010 Buffalo Island Central, 2002-2003

Game 20 19 19 14

Brookland, 2009-2010 Bergman vs. Bruno-Pyatt, 2-2-01 Rural Special vs. Evening Shade, 11-11-04 Guy-Perkins vs. Arkansas School Deaf, 1-5, 1999

FREE THROWS GAME MOST ATTEMPTED – COMBINED 103 Izard County vs. Cave City, 2012 TEAM MOST ATTEMPTED 63 Cave City, 2012 40 Izard County, 2012 STATE TOURNAMENT MOST POINTS SCORED Team 410 Stephens Carver, 1970 364 Jonesboro, 1954 352 Jasper, 1960 317 Weiner, 2003 314 Valley View, 1956 304 Little Rock Central, 1972 303 Fayetteville Christian, 2007 297 Junction City, 2007 291 Osceola, 2002 291 Guy-Perkins, 2005 Game 111 102 99 97 95 95 94 94 94 93

Jasper, 1960 Manila, 1964 Judsonia, 1964 LR Central, 1999 Dover, 1957 Clinton, 2010 Marshall, 1961 Fayetteville, 1971 Magnolia, 1974 Osceola, 2001

HIGHEST COMBINED SCORE Game 232 Cedar Ridge 117, Forrest City 115, 2016 221 Brookland 117, Tuckerman 104, 2010 201 Manila vs. Judsonia, 102-99, 1964 177 El Dorado vs. NLR Ole Main, 91-86, 1976 Highland vs. Smackover, 88-86, 1975 174 172 Jasper vs. Mountain Pine, 111-61, 1960 179 Clinton vs. Gosnell, 95-84, 2010 170 North Little Rock vs. Springdale, 2014 169 Fayetteville vs. West Memphis, 94-75, 1971 169 Mountain View 90, Dover 79, 1956 164 Dardanelle vs. Pul. Oak Grove, 83-81, 2007 163 Guy-Perkins vs. Kirby, 91-72, 2005 LOWEST COMBINED SCORE Game

21 38

Jonesboro vs. LR Central, 14-7, 1924 Fort Smith vs. Batesville, 20-18, 1925

OVERTIMES Game 5 4 3 3

Mulberry vs. Eureka Springs, 77-75, 2010 Fort Smith vs. Harrison, 31-30, 1962 Charleston vs. Green Forest, 52-51, 1969 Gurdon vs. Strong, 70-64, 1976

ATTENDANCE Game 14,601 10,781 9,045 9,018 8,954

West Memphis/North Little Rock, 2004 FS Northside/Conway, 1974 Dollarway/LR Christian, 2006 Fayetteville/North Little Rock, 2013 East Poinsett County/Osceola, 2004

INDIVIDUAL – REGULAR SEASON OFFENSE MOST POINTS SCORED Career 4,896 Bennie Fuller, Ark School Deaf, 1968-71 3,619 Jacob Roark, Concord, 2011-14 3,238 James Anderson, Junction City, 2004-07 2,792 Jim Bryan, Valley Springs, 1955-58 2,755 Dederick Lee, Clarksville, 2009-13 2,569 Austin Reaves, Cedar Ridge, 2013-16 2,521 Spencer Reaves, Cedar Ridge, 2012-13 2,317 Ronnie Parrott, Tuckerman, 1976-79 2,239 Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2009-13 2,140 Jay Trusty, Danville, 2012-15 2,018 Allan Pruett, Rector, 1963-66 Season 1,237 1,190 1,152 1,125 1,097 1,059 1,041

Austin Reaves, Cedar Ridge, 2015-16 Jim Bryan, Valley Springs, 1957-58 Jim Bryan, Valley Springs, 1956-57 Jermaine Mansko, Tuckerman, 1992 Andrew Walker, Izard County, 2015-16 Matt Secrease, Weiner, 2002-2003 Allan Pruett, Rector, 1965-66

Game 108 102 98 77 73 65 64 61 59 59 58 58

Morris Dale Mathis (St. Joe), 1-25, 1955 Bennie Fuller Ark. Deaf School, 12-4, 1971 Bennie Fuller, Ark. Deaf School, 1970 Bennie Fuller, Ark School Deaf, 1970 Austin Reaves, Cedar Ridge, 2015 Bennie Fuller, Ark. School Deaf, 1970 Bill McEidugg, Marianna, 1944 Brooks Taylor, Buffalo Island Central, 2006 Wayne Lemon,s Dyess, 1952 RJ Glasper, Forrest City, 2015 Chester Barner, Jr., Marmaduke, 1959 Josh Bateman, Marmaduke, 2002

Per Game - Season 50.9 Bennie Fuller, Ark. School Deaf, 1970-71 46.0 Larry Stidman, Mount Ida, 1989 32.7 Josh Smith, Prairie Grove, 1996-97 31.0 Steven Delph, Guy-Perkins, 1987-88 30.3 Eddie Myles, NLR Jones, 1958 30.2 Marvin Newton, Viola, 1956-57 29.2 Glen Fenter, Charleston, 1977-78 29.1 Matthew Wilson, Farminton, 2016-17 29.1 Jay Trusty, Danville, 2014-15 28.8 Bill James, Armorel, 1957 28.0 Randy Porter, Luxora, 1979-80 28.0 Kyle James, Brinkley, 1986-87 Per Game - Junior Season 44.9 Bennie Fuller, Ark. School Deaf, 1969- 70 FIELD GOALS PERCENTAGE Career 72.6 Fred Shepherd, Marked Tree, 713 of 982, 1986-89 61.79 Kyle Snavely, Siloam Springs, 2013-16 58.3 Caleb Curtis, Bergman, 2006-09


57.8 55.9 55.7

Joey Massanelli, McCrory, 89 of 154, 2003-06 Heath Taylor, Bergman, 2000-03 Matthew Manes, Bergman, 2004-07

Season 76.6 69.6 66.7 63.5 60.6 60.5 59.5 59.2 58.4 58.1 57.7 57.6

Fred Shepherd, Marked Tree, 249 of 325, 1987-88 Joey Massanelli, McCrory, 48 of 69, 2005-06 Jimmy McClain, Elaine, 187 of 281, 1981-82 Kyle Snavely, Siloam Springs, 2014-15 Caleb Curtis, Bergman, 2008-09 Kyle Snavely, Siloam Springs, 2015-16 Brandon Fitch, Bergman, 2000-01 Brent Carter, Bergman, 2000-01 Heath Taylor, Bergman, 2002-03 Greg White, De Queen, 2008-09 Caleb Curtis, Bergman, 2007-08 Matt Curtis, Bergman, 2000-01

Game 100 100 100 100 92.3 92.3 92.3 91.7 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0

Blake Rollins, Conway St. Joseph, 7 of 7, 2004 Keith Wycoff, Paragoulod, 11 of 11, 1981 Joey Massanelli, McCrory, 4 of 4, 2005 Kenyon McNeaill, Conway, 4 of 4, 2008 Jeremy Arnhart, Paragould, 12 of 13, 1991 Kyle Snavely, Siloam Springs, 2015 Kyle Snavely, Siloam Springs, 2016 Kyle Snavely, Siloam Springs, 2014 Jay Robertson, Paragould, 9 of 10, 1986 Zach Robinson, Paragould, 9 of 10, 1997 Tyler Garmrath, Paragould, 9 of 10, 2004 Kyle Snavely, Siloam Springs, 2016

REBOUNDS MOST REBOUNDS-AVERAGE Season 18.1 Jack Thompson, Gravette, 1973 17.8 Ronald Moore, Clarksville, 1981-82 17.6 Keith Lee, West Memphis, 1980-81 17.0 Scott Horrell, Marmaduke, 1978-79 17.0 Michael Johnson, LR McClellan, 1978-79 15.4 Broderick Parker, NLR Northeast, 1987-88 15.0 John Lewis, Mulberry, 1981-82 14.6 Fred Shepherd, Marked Tree, 1988-89 14.4 Greg Skulman, Ozark, 1977-78 14.0 Charles Balentine, Newport, 1980-81 14.0 Jim Deines, Springdale, 1980-81 14.0 Kyle James, Brinkley, 1986-87 Career 1,296 1,196 1,127 1,046 978 786 738 729 714 711 690 679 674

Paul Person, Tuckerman, 1971-73 Fred Shepherd, Marked Tree, 1986-89 James Anderson, Junction City, 2004-07 Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2009-13 Jack Thompson, Gravette, 1970-73 Corey Easley, Fouke, 1993-96 Brandon Martin, Bergman, 2002-05 Matthew Manes, Bergman, 2004-07 Randy Crockett, Marked Tree, 1985-88 Bryan Franks, Paragould 1992-95 John Engstrom, Paragould, 1994-97 Lance Beasley, Paragould, 1991-94 Caleb Curtis, Bergman, 2006-09

Season 598 524 503 393 374 362 339 329 301 301

Jack Thompson, Gravette, 1973 Fred Shepherd, Marked Tree, 1988-89 Paul Person, Tuckerman, 1973 Rufus Anthony, Marked Tree, 1985-86 Fred Shepherd, Marked Tree, 1987-88 Jay Browning, Fouke, 1994-95 Bryan Franks, Paragould, 1994-95 Corey Easley, Fouke, 1995-96 Brandon McMurry, Fouke, 1999-00 Mario Urquidi, Decatur, 2013-14

Game 35 33 23 23

Jack Thompson, Gravette, 1973 Keith Lee, West Memphis, 1981 Bryan Franks, Paragould, 1993 Evan Langston. County Line, 2005

21 21 21 20 18 18 18 17 15 15 15 15 15 15

Randy Rutherford, LR Catholic, 1979-80 Mike Dever, West Memphis, 1966 Mario Urquidi, Decatur, 2014 James Anderson, Junction City, 2006-07 Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2011 Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2012 Mario Urquidi, Decatur, 2014 Mario Urquidi, Decatur, 2013 Levi Brett Taylor, Melbourne, 2003 Austin Pemberton, Yellville-Summit, 2010 Austin Pemberton, Yellville-Summit, 2011 Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2010 Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2011 Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2012

BLOCKS Career 295 267

Mario Urquidi, Decatur, 2011-15 James Anderson, Junction City, 2004-07

MOST BLOCKS-AVERAGE Season 6.0 Jimmy Oliver, Morrilton, 1986-87 5.0 Russell Young, Marianna, 1986-87 4.7 John Enstrom, Paragould, 1995-96 4.7 Travis Evridge, Sulphur Rock, 2004-05 ASSISTS MOST ASSIST Career 595 569 504 483 465 457 456 338

David Perry, Marked Tree, 1985-88 Jeff Boogaart, Mountain Home, 1990-93 Drew Guinn, Paragould, 1985-88 Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2013 Kirk Turner, Prairie Grove, 1980-82 Logan Dungan, Trumann, 1984-88 Ronnie Massanelli, Jr., McCrory, 1999-02 James Anderson, Junction City, 2004-07

Season 303 290 281 268 251 233 223 222 195 184 179

Kirk Turner, Prairie Grove, 1982 Jeff Boogaart, Mountain Home, 1992-93 Jordan Matthew Hurst, Cotter, 2004-05 Jeff Boogaart, Mountain Home, 1991-92 David Perry, Marked Tree, 1985-86 Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2013 Abe Reiman, Weiner, 2002-2003 Ronnie Massanelli, Jr., McCrory 2001-2002 Drew Guinn, Paragould, 1987 John Price, Heber Springs, 2012 David Perry, Marked Tree, 1986-87

Game (minimum 10) 21 Kirk Turner, Prairie Grove, 1982 20 Logan Dungan, Trumann, 1985-86 19 Kirk Turner, Prairie Grove, 1982 18 Jeff Boogaart, Mountain Home, 1992 15 Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2013 14 Jarod Jefferson, Yellville-Summit, 2009 13 John Price, Heber Springs, 2012 11 Joey Massanelli, McCrory, 2006 10 Joey Massanelli, McCrory, 2003 10 John Price, Heber Springs, 2012 10 John Price, Heber Springs, 2012 MOST ASSIST-AVERAGE Career 8.36 Jeff Boogaart, Mountain Home, 1990-93 6.8 Kirk Turner, Prairie Grove, 1980-82 6.0 David Perry, Marked Tree, 1985-88 5.6 Logan Dungan, Trumann, 1984-88 Season 12.0 10.8 10.1 10.0 9.7 9.66

Ricky Norton, Okolona, 1979-80 Kirk Turner, Prairie Grove, 1981-82 Phillip Hardin, Tuckerman, 1992 Kyle James, Brinkley, 1986-87 Ronnie Massanelli, Jr. McCrory, 2001-02 Jeff Boogaart, Mountain Home, 1992-93

9.4 8.93 8.7 8.0

Ronnie Massanelli, Jr., McCrory, 1999-00 Jeff Boogaart, Mountain Home, 1991-92 David Perry, Marked Tree, 1985-86 Ricky Norton, Okolona, 1978-79

MOST STEALS CAREER 378 252 248 234 229 225 219 216 214

Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2010-13 David Perry, Marked Tree, 1985-88 Ronnie Massanelli, Jr., McCrory ,1999-02 Chris Mounce, Bergman, 2006-09 Matthew Manes, Bergman, 2004-07 Jason Thompson, Paragould, 1992-95 Brandon Jones, Bergman, 2001-04 Randy Crockett, Marked Tree, 1985-88 Brandon Attaway, Fouke, 1999-00

Season 181 161 120 108

Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2013 Jordan Matthew Hurst, Cotter, 2004-05 Reggie Tims, Mills Univ. Studies, 2003-04 Ronnie Massanelli, Jr., McCrory, 2001-02

Game 12

Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2013

Game Average 5.3 Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2013 4.7 Ronnie Massanelli, Jr., McCrory, 2001-02 THREE POINT GOALS MADE Career 398 Jacob Roark, Concord, 2011-2014 365 Zach Witt, River Valley, 1999-02 228 Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2010-2013 Season 168 Scotty Pennington, Emerson, 1996-97 147 Matt Secrease, Weiner, 2002-2003 131 Zach Witt, River Valley, 2000 115 Coleson Rakestraw, Siloam Springs, 2007-08 111 Dalton Johnson, Eureka Springs, 2012-13 Season Percentage 54.0 Steven Givan, Marked Tree, 49/90, 1988-89 48.4 Kenyon McNeaill, Conway, 31/64, 2008 47.8 Micah Delph, Conway, 43/90, 2008-09 46.8 Jared Vance, Cabot, 29/60, 2016-17 45.7 Michael Edmonson, Bergman, 2005-06 45.1 Coleson Rakestraw, Siloam Springs, 2007-08 43.9 Austin Mitchell, Conway, 50/114. 2007-08 43.6 Josh Manes, Bergman, 2000-01 43.5 Josh Howard, Bergman, 2000-01 42.5 Donnie Tomlinson, Bergman, 2002-03 42.2 Joey Massanelli, McCrory, 2003-04 Game 13 11 10 9 9 9 9 8 9 6 6

Mario Levon Manning, Huttig, 1999 Ronnie Massanelli, Jr., McCrory 2000 Dalton Johnson, Eureka Springs, 2012 Dalton Audeoud, Valley Springs, 2017 Bryan Lawrence, Morrilton, 1998 Coleson Rakestraw, Siloam Springs, 2008 Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2012 Matthew Wilson, Farmington, 2016-17 Sam Crutchfield, Fountain Lake, 2015 Sam Crutchfield, Fountain Lake, 2015 Matthew Wilson, Farmington, 2016-17 (4 times)

Half 9 7

Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2012 Dalton Audeoud, Valley Springs, 2017

Quarter 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

Josh Ferrell, West Fork, 2012 Brady Willis, St. Joe, 2014 Dalton Audeoud, Valley Springs, 2017 Blake Rollins, Conway St. Joseph, 2004 Chris Mounce, Bergman, 2009 Coppola MacMillon, Western Grove, 2012 Matthew Wilson, Farmington, 2016-17


5 4 4 4 4

Slade Clark, Eureka Springs, 2017-18 Coleson Rakestraw, Siloam Springs, 2008 Ryan Ostrander, Siloam Springs, 2007 John Price, Clinton, 2009 Matthew Wilson, Farmington, 2016-17

THREE POINT GOALS ATTEMPTED Game 18 Coleson Rakestraw, Siloam Springs, 2008 16 Matthew Wilson, Farmington, 2016-17 16 Scotty Pennington, Emerson, 1996-97 16 Mario Levon Manning, Huttig, 1999 16 Chris Mounce, Bergman, 2009 15 Matthew Wilson, Farmington, 2016-17 14 Coleson Rakestraw, Siloam Springs, 2007 14 Coleson Rakestraw, Siloam Springs, 2008 13 Ryan Thornton, Bismarck, 2001-02 13 John Price, Clinton, 2009 13 John Price, Clinton, 2010 12 Ryan Thornton, Bismarck, 2001-020 12 Coleson Rakestraw, Siloam Springs, 2007 (twice) Percentage (minimum 4 made goals) 100.0 Joey Massanelli, McCrory, 4 of 4, 2004 100.0 Kenyon McNeaill, Conway, 4 of 4, 2008 87.5 Matt Secrease, Weiner, 2002 82.0 Bryan Lawrence, Morrilton, 9 of 11, 1998 81.2 Marion Levon Manning, Huttig, 1999 80.0 Jamie Green, Texarkana, 4 of 5, 1994 80.0 Ronnie Massanelli, McCrory, 4 of 5, 2001 80.0 Joey Massanelli, McCrory, 4 of 4, 2005 73.3 Ronnie Massanelli, McCrory, 11 of 15, 2001 71.4 Ronnie Massanelli, McCrory, 5 of 7, 2001 71.4 Austin Mitchell, Conway, 5 of 7, 2008 FREE THROWS Consecutive 56 49 48 42 42 32

Matt Mills, Rector, 1998-99 John Price, Heber Springs, 2012 John Price, Clinton, 2009-10 Zach Witt, River Valley, 1999-2000 John Price, Clinton, 2009-10 Matt Secrease, Weiner, 2002-2003

Percentage Season 93.8 93.2 92.1 92.0 91.9 91,0 90.0 89.2 89.1 88.3

Coleson Rakestraw, Siloam Springs, 60/64, 2007 John Price, Clinton, 2009-10 Matt Secrease, Weiner, 2002-2003 Calvin McClain, Elaine, 84/91, 1981-82 Jeff Morton, Paragould, 159-173, 1999-2000 John Price, Heber Springs, 2011-12 Richie Wages, Marked Tree, 145/161, 1985-86 Grant Woodside, Paragould, 2001-02 Trey Lynch, Bergman, 2008-09 Coleson Rakestraw, Silloam Springs 98/111, 2008

Game 100 John Price, Heber Springs, 22 of 22, 2012 100 John Price, Heber Springs, 20 of 20, 2012 100 Glen Fenter, Charleston, 19 of 19, 1978 100 John Price, Heber Springs, 16 of 16, 2012 100 John Price, Clinton, 13 of 13, 2010 100 John Price, Heber Springs, 13 of 13, 2012 100 John Price, Clinton, 12 of 12, 2009 100 Fred Mooney, Jonesboro, 12 of 12, 1967 100 John Price, Clinton, 11 of 11, 2009 (minimum of 11 per game) MOST DOUBLE-DOUBLE Career 51 Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2012-13 Season 27 18 17 16 15 15

Greg White, De Queen, 2008-09, Pts-Rbs Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2012-13 Matt Secrease, Weiner, 2002-2003 Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2010-11 Jamie Weatherford, Bismarck 2001-02 Jarvis Garner, Conway, 2008-09

15 15

Payton Henson, Siloam Springs, 2011-12 Mario Urquidi, Decatur, 2014-15

Consecutive Games 5 Jamie Weatherford, Bismarck, 2001-02 STATE TOURNAMENT MOST POINTS SCORED Tournament 146 Joe Brasel, Jasper, 1960 144 Jerry Rook, Nettleton, 1961 140 Ralph Porchia, Stephens Carver, 1970 136 Ray Whitehead, Taylor, 1967 134 Marvin Newton, Viola, 1957 133 Sam Biley, Vaster, 1973 131 Jerry Carlton, Sheridan, 1958 130 Ralph Porchia, Stephens Carver, 1970 128 Sam Biley, Vaster, 1972 125 Donnie Kessenger, Forrest City, 1960 125 Fred Allen, LR Central, 1972 Game 54 52 52 51 50 47 46 45 45 45

Tom Davis, Batesville, 1961 Jerry Rook, Nettleton, 1961 Isaac Greer, El Dorado, 1976 Joe Brasel, Jasper, 1960 Shane Compton, Green Forest, 1987-88 Antario Glover, Stephens, 2000 Bruce Norwood, Pine Bluff 1965 Danny Wood, Judsonia, 1964 J. P. Lovelady, Dover, 1957 William Carr, Thornton, 1971

THREE POINT GOALS MADE Quarter 4 Coleson Rakestraw, Siloam Springs, 2008 Total Rebounds Game 33 Gary McClure, Rector, 1958 31 Gary McClure, Rector, 1958 22 Fred Shepherd, Marked Tree, 1989 21 Spencer Caraway, Izard County, 2008 20 Jermaine Dobbins, Hot Springs, 1996 20 Isaac McCoy, Alma, 2011 19 Fred Mooney, Jonesboro, 1967 19 Spencer Caraway, Izard County, 2008 17 Marcus Monk, East Poinsett County, 2004 17 Ben Vaillancourt, Guy-Perkins, 2009 16 David O’Dell, Baptist Prep, 1997 Offensive 9 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Clarence Williams, Rivercrest, 1994 Arthur Cal, Earle, 1994 Shannon Dixon, Delight, 1994 Dejuan William, Turrell, 2001 Isaac Guiden, Guy-Perkins, 2007 DaQuan Bryant, North Pulaski, 2009 Reggie Love, LR Parkview, 1994 Steve Mitchell, Dumas, 1995 Jermaine Dobbins, Hot Springs, 1996 Terrence Cotton, Clarksville, 1997 Andre Marsh, Stephens, 1999 Clifford Boone, Hector, 2002 Desmond Smith, Waldo, 2004 Stephon Weaver, Forrest City, 2007 Evan Robinson, Huntsville, 2007 Termaine Henderson, Prescott, 2008 CoMcKenzie, Earle, 2008

Defensive 16 16 16 15 15 14 13 12 11

Spencer Caraway, Izard County, 2008 Isaac McCoy, Alma, 2011 Ben Vailamcourt, Guy-Perkins, 2009 Fred Mooney, Jonesboro, 1967 Marcus Monk, East Poinsett County, 2004 Bradley Spencer, Lonoke, 2008 Jermaine Dobbins, Hot Springs, 1996 Hunter Mickelson, Jonesboro Westside, 2010 Andrew Shanek, Hector, 2002

11 11 11 11

Donte Norton, Delight, 2002 Brandon Ballard, Buffalo Island Central, 2005 Marquise Pointer, Jonesboro, 2014 William Ballard, Brookland, 2014

Overall Championship 17 Fred Shepherd, Marked Tree, 1988 COACHING OVERALL WINS (BOYS-GIRLS) 1,556 C.B. “Cotton” Havener, Mulberry (1945- 1987) 1,474 Tommy Barrett (Caddo Gap, Fountain Lake, Lake Hamilton, 1956-03) 1,136 John Wyatt, Jr. (County Line) 1100 Charles Berry, Huntsville (active, 2003) 1085 Jim Stafford (Wonderview, Lead Hill, Flippin, Palestine, Gentry, Huntsville), active 2007 1,077 Morgan Gilbert, Tuckerman 1966-13 903 Dr. Robert Paynter, Paragould1949-2003 (boys only) 831 John Widner (Flippin, Leachville, Morrilton, 1964-1983) 751 Bob White (Manila, Wynne, Leachville, Berryville, Osceola boys only)


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FAYETTEVILLE LADY BULLDOGS LADY BULLDOGS # First Name 0 Sabrina 1 Claudia 4 Lucy 11 Aubrey 12 Loren 13 Jayla 14 Wynter 21 Allison 22 Carly 23 Caroline 24 Morgan 30 Rachel 33 Emma 35 Delaney

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Saitta 5’8’’ G 12 Bridges 5’5’’ G 12 Spangler 5’7’’ G 10 Skinner 5’8’’ G 11 Lindsey 5’10’’ G 11 Johnson 5’8’’ G 9 Beck 5’7’’ G 10 Byars 5’7’’ G 12 Johnson 5’7’’ G 12 Lyles 5’11’’ G 11 Gaines 5’8’’ G 10 Cox 6’3’’ P 12 Stanton 6’2’’ P 12 Bowers 6’1’’ P 10

6A BOYS FAYETTEVILLE

LR CENTRAL LADY BULLDOGS TIGERS # First Name 0 Kiyler 1 Grant 2 Cody 3 Hudson 4 Bryson 5 Gavin 10 Bryson 12 K. Annor 15 Kwame 22 Daijon 23 Javion 30 Harrison 31 Aaron 32 Corey 34 Mark 35 Savaughn

10AM

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Hudson 6’5’’ F 12 Miller 5’11’’ G 12 Robinson 6’1’’ G 11 Likens 6’2’’ G 12 Warren 6’2’’ G 10 Snyder 5’9’’ G 10 Modisett 6’4’’ F 10 Boateng 6’5’’ F 9 Boateng 6’4’’ F 11 Mcdaniel 6’4’’ F 11 Palmer 6’1’’ F 11 Likens 6’2’’ G 10 Smith 6’2’’ F 11 Camper Jr. 6’4’’ G 12 Green, Jr. 6’-’’ G 10 Smith 6’1’’ G 10

NORTHSIDE LADY BEARS # First Name 4 Jersey 10 Brenna 11 Ashya 12 Lakailah 20 Laila 22 Ashantay 23 Jalyn 24 Tracey 25 Cailin 32 Haitiana 33 Khassidy 34 Khamille 44 Karys 45 Latia

1PM

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Wolfenbarger 6’6’’ G 12 Taylor 5’8’’ F 11 Harris 5’6’’ G 11 Hartgraves 5’6’’ G 12 Reese 5’7’’ F 12 Dotson 5’6’’ F 12 Ford 5’4’’ G 12 Bershers 6’2’’ F 12 Massey 5’8’’ F 12 Releford 5’8’’ F 11 Warr 5’7’’ G 11 Warr 5’7’’ F 11 Washington 5’9’’ F 10 Johnson 5’9’’ P 11

NLR CHARGIN’ WILDCATS # First Name Last Name 0 Jaden Smith 1 Tracy Steele 2 Deangilo ‘dj’ Smith 3 Charles Maris 4 Kareame Cotton 10 Kel’el Ware 11 Ubong-abasi Etim 12 Felix Wade 13 Joshua Evans 20 Mario Frazier 21 Joseph ‘Reed’ Miller 22 Peyton ‘Kai’ Davis 23 Kelon Jackson 32 Alan Ingram

Height Pos. Grade 5’10’’ G 12 6’3’’ G 12 5’11’’ G 12 5’10’’ G 11 6’2’’ F 12 7’-’’ F/C 11 6’8’’ F/C 12 5’10’’ G 11 5’10’’ G 11 6’2’’ F 12 6’-’’ G 11 6’2’’ F 11 6’3’’ F 10 6’3’’ C 11


1A GIRLS FAYETTEVILLE

RURAL SPECIAL LADY BULLDOGS LADY REBELS # First Name 3 Abbey 5 Gabbie 15 Bailey 23 Emily 24 Braylen 25 Harli 30 Brinley 31 Kylan

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Linville 5’4” G 12 Welch 5’5” G 12 Perry 5’7” F 12 Morris 5’4” G 11 Morgan 5’4” G 10 Goodnight 4’11” G 10 Morgan 5’6” G 11 Stevens 5’8” G 10

1A BOYS FAYETTEVILLE

VIOLA LADY BULLDOGS LONGHORNS # First Name 0 Kenneth 1 Bryson 2 Mason 3 Anthony 4 Hunter 10 Gage 11 Elijah 12 Jayden 14 Mikael 15 Dawson 21 Mason 22 Auston 23 Andrew 24 Gabriel 25 Landon 30 Peyton 34 Zeke 35 Shawn 40 Rowan

4PM

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Marberry 6’3’’ C 12 Luna 6’-’’ F 12 Jackson 5’10’’ G 11 Kinder 5’8’’ G 10 Winstead 5’10’’ G 12 Harris 6’-’’ G 12 Bynum 5’10’’ G 11 Baird 6’1’’ F 11 Hively 5’10’’ G 10 Cotter 5’10’’ G 10 Luna 6’-’’ G 12 Luna 6’-’’ G 12 Cantway 6’2’’ F 12 Baird 6’1’’ F 11 Luna 5’10’’ G 11 Love 6’-’’ F 10 Sanders 5’10’’ F 11 Galloway 5’10’’ G 11 James 5’10’’ F 10

NORFOLK LADY PANTHERS # First Name 1 Madison 2 Keely 5 Mesa 10 Aeja 11 Lauren 13 Faith 14 Kasey 15 Liza 20 Eva 22 Katie 23 Kylie 24 Hannah 25 Grayson 30 Jordan 33 Kiley

7PM

Last Name Hall Blanchard Beavers Mcfall Stokes Wilson Moody Shaddy Maple Forman Manes Bryant Havner Rassmussen Alman

Height Pos. Grade 4’11’’ G 11 5’10’’ G 9 5’1’’ PG 12 5’7’’ F 12 5’2’’ G 10 5’6’’ G 9 5’7’’ G 9 5’9’’ F 9 5’3’’ G 12 5’6’’ G 9 5’5’’ G 11 6’4’’ C 12 5’4’’ G 9 6’-’’ F 11 5’8’’ G 10

WEST SIDE EAGLES # First Name 1 Jacob 3 Ashton 10 Dax 12 Kirby 13 Carson 15 Nate 23 Zackary 24 Travis 25 Ruston 31 Brenton 32 Jared 34 Malachi 42 Asa

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Ballard 6’2’’ G 12 Klepko 6’2’’ G 12 Hipp 5’10’’ G 10 Cothren 6’2’’ G 10 Stark 5’8’’ G 10 Bittle 6’3’’ F 12 Birmingham 6’2’’ G 10 Gentry 6’3’’ G 11 Holt 5’10’’ G 10 Knapp 6’5’’ F 11 Cothren 5’8’’ G 12 Miller 6’5’’ F 12 Carr 6’1’’ G 11


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FRIDAY, MARCH 19 2A GIRLS FAYETTEVILLE

MELBOURNE LADY BULLDOGS LADY BEARKATZ # First Name 1 Kaitlyn 2 Macey 3 Kiley 5 Kelsey 10 Lanie 11 Audrey 12 Halle 14 Hallie 15 Kylee 21 Maggie 24 Ashtyn 25 Sarah 30 Josie 31 Nancy 33 Abbie 34 Jenna 40 Kaylee 44 Kenley

Last Name Height Pos. Grade McCarn 5’7” G 9 McSpadden 5’5” G 10 Webb 5’3’’ G 12 Humphries 5’8’’ F 10 Cornelius 5’9’’ F 11 Winkle 5’10” P 9 Skidmore 5’5’’ G 10 Weaver 5’8’’ G 12 Humphries 6’1’’ P 12 Mcspadden 5’4’’ G 10 Kimble 5’5’’ G 10 Hartgraves 5’5” F 9 Roark 5’6’’ F 12 Wann 5’7’’ F 12 Lawrence 5’6’’ F 10 Lawrence 6’2’’ F 10 Love 5’10’’ F 10 Mccarn 5’10’’ G 11

2A BOYS FAYETTEVILLE

LEE LADY BULLDOGS TROJANS # First Name 0 Nijhal 2 Kylann 3 Kameron 4 Demetris 5 Terran 10 Xavier 11 Markese 12 Davion 23 Ja’len 24 Antiwain 24 Je’Marion 30 Edward 32 Kelvin 35 Caleb

10AM

Last Name Collins Bradley Brister Fields Williams Brooks Bolden Williams Weeams Jones Westbrook Winfrey Bowers Sanders

Height Pos. Grade 6’-’’ F 9 5’8’’ PG 12 5’9’’ PG 12 5’10’’ G\F 11 6’5’’ G/F 12 5’8.5’’ PG 12 6’1’’ SG 11 5’10’’ G 9 6’1’’ F 11 6’2’’ F 12 6’6’’ SF 11 6’4’’ C 9 6’4’’ F/C 12 6’5’’ C 11

SALEM LADY GREYHOUNDS # First Name 3 Shae 5 Katelyn 12 Yuki 14 Chelsea 15 Chloe 21 Sarah 22 Greenly 23 Jaycie 24 Mackenzie 25 Madilyn 32 Cassidy 33 Mia 34 Madeline 42 Madison 44 Olivia 45 Amber 51 Marleigh

1PM

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Bassham 5’2’’ G 12 Estes 6’-’’ F 12 Beller 5’3’’ G 11 Hamilton 5’6’’ SG 10 Taylor 5’7’’ G 9 Young 5’6’’ F 11 Hall 6’-’’ F 10 Strong 5’6’’ G 11 Hill 5’5’’ SG 12 Price 5’8’’ C 9 Walling 5’6’’ F 11 Beller 5’3’’ F 9 Keen 5’7’’ F 9 Busch 5’5’’ F 9 Dockins 5’5’’ G 9 Yates 6’1’’ C 12 Sellars 5’8’’ PG 9

CADDO HILLS INDIANS # First Name 1 MJ 2 Tate 3 Rayce 4 Kaleb 5 Ty 10 Keegan 11 Hunter 15 Andrew 20 Cameron 23 Connor 33 Richard 40 Matt 42 JD

Last Name Cureton Dumont Young West Beggs Williamson Warren West Gaither Kincannon Owens Turner Stockton

Height Pos. Grade 5’6’’ G 10 6’1’’ G 12 6’2’’ G 11 5’9’’ G 11 5’6’’ G 12 6’2’’ F 12 5’10’’ G 11 6’5’’ F 11 6’2’’ G 12 6’-’’ G 12 5’10’’ F 10 6’1’’ F 12 5’10’’ F 12


3A GIRLS FAYETTEVILLE

MAYFLOWER LADY BULLDOGS LADY EAGLES # First Name 2 Brekayla 3 Jenna 4 Riley 5 Karley 12 London 13 Kennedi 14 Mason 15 Olivia 20 Kierra 21 Kiki 23 Hailey 24 Zaelin 25 Holly 30 Emilee 34 Kamiah 44 Ella

Last Name Height Davis 5’8 Mcmillen 5’4 Whittington 5’5 Brown 5’6 Webb 5’7 Dawn 5’9 Otts 5’10 Patterson 5’9 Fulton 5’8 Williamson 5’10 Francis 5’5 Morris 5’2 Raney 5’9 Garcia 5’7 Turner 5’11 York 5’5

Pos. Grade G 12 G 12 G 9 G 11 F 9 F 12 F 12 F 9 G 12 F 9 G 9 G 12 F 10 G 12 F 12 G 9

3A BOYS FAYETTEVILLE

HARDING ACAD. LADY BULLDOGS WILDCATS # First Name 2 Kade 3 Ryan 4 Sikanimo 10 Adam 11 Jack-Henry 12 Kyle 13 Jackson 14 Colton 15 Colson 20 Ty 21 Landon 22 Caden 23 Carter 24 Eli 32 Jude 35 Amon 44 Levi

4PM

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Smith 5’11’’ F 10 McGaha 6’3’’ F 11 Akpanudo 5’8’’ G 11 Fager 6’3’’ P 12 Wise 5’9’’ G 10 Ferrie 5’11’’ G 10 Fox 5’9’’ G 11 Smith 5’11’’ G 10 Sipe 6’-’’ F 10 Dugger 6’1’’ G 12 Koch 6’1’’ F 10 Sipe 6’2’’ F 12 Neal 6’1’’ F 12 Wallis 5’9’’ F 11 Fager 5’11’’ F 10 Smith 6’1’’ F 10 Mercer 6’3’’ P 10

CENTERPOINT LADY KNIGHTS # First Name 3 Aidin 5 Precious 10 Sade 11 Angela 12 Bailey 14 Emily 15 Monika 20 Anna 22 Emily 23 Jaci 24 Cheyenne 25 Marlee 30 Lizzie 32 Gracie 40 Makenzie 42 Ella

7PM

Last Name Height Lopez Anderson Killip McMahan Brown Valdez Flores White Balliette Bradford Lambert Bright Jester Spray Massey Spray

Pos. Grade G 12 G/W 11 G 12 G 11 G 11 G/W 11 G/W 11 G/W 11 F/C 12 G 10 G 12 PG 11 G 10 F 10 F 10 C 11

MAYFLOWER EAGLES # First Name 0 Arian 1 Braxtyn 2 BJ 3 Westin 4 Clint 5 Caleb 10 Jailon 11 Brailon 14 Ja’mell 15 Cayle 20 Frankie 22 Dalton 23 Parker 24 Mason 25 Alex 33 Ed 44 Brandon 55 Kaleb

Last Name Height Pos. Grade King 5’8’’ PG 11 McCuien 6’6’’ F/P 12 Gilliam 6’1’’ G 11 Pickell 6’5’’ G/P 12 Leslie 5’8’’ PG 12 Babb 5’8’’ G 12 Davis 6’-’’ G 10 Davis 6’-’’ G 10 Pitts 5’8’’ PG 10 Wilson 6’-’’ G 10 Fennell 5’7’’ G 9 Crumley 6’3’’ P 11 Stigall 6’1’’ F 10 Rowe 6’-’’ F 11 Stafford 5’10’’ F 10 Pye 5’8’’ G 12 Patterson 6’2’’ F/P 12 Moody 5’8’’ PG 10


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SATURDAY, MARCH 20 4A GIRLS FAYETTEVILLE

HARRISON LADY BULLDOGS LADY GOBLINS # First Name 3 Alex 4 Clare 5 Claire 10 Sydney 11 Brynn 20 Tenelle 21 Madison 22 Mariah 23 Marianne 24 Trevera 30 Maggie 34 Shaylee 40 Jenna mae 42 Reese

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Hill 5’9’’ G 12 Barger 5’9’’ G 10 Cecil 5’6’’ G 10 Shrum 5’7’’ G 12 Oleson 5’9’’ G 12 Tate 5’6’’ G 12 Bell 5’10’’ P 11 Hudson 5’6’’ G 12 King 5’10’’ P 10 Whitehorse 5’8’’ G 10 Salmon 5’8’’ G 12 Ward 6’-’’ P 10 Jones 5’8’’ P 10 Ricketts 6’-’’ P 9

4A BOYS FAYETTEVILLE

MORRILTON LADY BULLDOGS DEVIL DOGS # First Name 1 Joseph 2 Darrius 4 Bryon 11 Nevin 12 Nate 14 Brock 15 Henry 20 Markel 21 Keevon 22 Jeremy 23 Julian 24 Devin 25 Blake 30 Tre 33 KJ

10AM

Last Name Height Pinion 11 Allison 12 Hardiman 12 Williams 11 Zachary 11 Hendrix 12 Cowles 11 Swinton 10 Moore 12 Cole 10 Brockman 11 Foster 12 Jones 11 Brockman 10 Black 10

Pos. Grade 6’6 G 5’11 G 6’1 G 6’0 F 5’8 G 6’3 G 6’9 F 5’9 PG 5’11 F 5’8 G 5’10 G 6’1 PG 5’10 F 5’6 F 6’0 F

FARMINGTON LADY CARDINALS # First Name 3 Camila 4 Addie 5 Allie 10 Reese 11 Carson 12 Tori 14 Mazzi 20 Megan 21 Carson 22 Peyton 23 Trinity 25 Lindsey 32 Cadence 33 Kamryn 34 Morgan 35 Zaina 42 Daisin

1PM

Last Name Height Gurrola 5’7 Kaiser 5’7 Devecsery 5’8 Shirey 5’5 Dillard 5’7 Kersey 5’11 Carlson 5’5 Hernandez 5’9 Austin 5’8 Denham 5’5 Johnson 5’9 Scogin 5’8 Dean 5’6 Uher 5’5 Brye 5’11 Vanlandingham 5’8 Pruitt 5’9

Pos. Grade F 12 G 10 F 11 G 9 G 11 F 12 G 11 F 11 F 10 F 10 G 12 G 10 F 11 G 10 F 11 F 10 F 11

MILLS UNIV. STUDIES COMETS # First Name 0 Javion 1 Jared 2 Dylan 3 Quenton 4 Marcus 5 Jakari 10 Caleb 12 Keith 15 Keaton 23 Joseph 24 Achillies 32 Larry

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Guy-king 6’6’’ G/F 11 Giddens 6’-’’ G 12 Parks 5’7’’ G 9 King jr 5’6’’ G 10 Kendrick 6’-’’ G 10 Livingston 6’4’’ F 12 Allen 6’1’’ G 12 Tucker III 5’4’’ G 10 Cross 6’1’’ F 10 Bell 6’5’’ F 12 Ringo 6’2’’ F 9 Miller 6’-’’ F 12


5A GIRLS FAYETTEVILLE

JONESBORO LADY BULLDOGS LADY CANES # First Name Last Name 2 Ereauna Hardaway 10 Shene’sha Hunter 11 Lakiya Scott 12 Chasity Jackson 15 Jazma Hooks 22 Bramyia Johnson 23 Alexa Laws 24 Diamonique Reynolds 30 McKinna Robinson 32 T’Kera Anderson 34 Destiny Thomas

Height Pos. Grade 5’5’’ G 11 5’5’’ F 12 6’-’’ G 12 5’10’’ F 12 5’4’’ G 10 5’6’’ G 10 5’10’’ G 12 5’10’’ F 10 5’11’’ C 10 5’10’’ F/C 11 6’3’’ C 11

5A BOYS FAYETTEVILLE

MAUMELLE LADY BULLDOGS HORNETS # First Name 0 Jaylon 1 William 2 Carl 4 Cayden 5 Riley 11 Joshua 20 Darvis 23 Nicholas 24 Kaleb 50 Andrew

4PM

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Smith 5’9’’ G 12 Konyaole 6’4’’ F 12 Daughtery jr. 6’2’’ G 11 Mcgee 5’9’’ G 10 Wade 6’-’’ G 11 Denton 6’4’’ G 12 Rasberry 6’4’’ F 12 Davillier 6’5’’ F 11 Thurman 6’6’’ F 11 Chamblee 6’7’’ F 11

WEST MEMPHIS LADY BLUE DEVILS # First Name Harmony Ta’nya Jernesha Jayla Kayla Terika Amanda Clemisha Aniya Aaliyah Nia Janiyah

7PM

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Buckingham Burnett 6’-’’ 12 Clark Hudson 5’7’’ 10 Hudson 5’7’’ 10 Inmon Mcclure Prackett 5’11’’ 10 Price Taylor Taylor 5’-’’ 10 Tucker

JONESBORO HURRICANE # First Name 1 Amarion 3 Keyln 4 Kylen 5 Devarius 10 John Paul 11 Ryan 12 Isaac 14 Deion 15 Bradley 20 Phillip 21 Jesse 24 Kavon 25 Connor 32 Chamar 35 Will

Last Name Height Pos. Grade Wilson 5’10’’ G 11 McBride 5’11’’ G 12 Kelly 6’1’’ G 10 Montgomery 6’4’’ F 10 Pickens 6’1’’ G/F 11 Rouse 5’11’’ G 12 Harrell 6’7’’ G/F 10 Buford-Wesson 5’11’’ G 10 Richardson 5’9’’ G 12 Tillman 5’9’’ G 10 Washington 6’1’’ G 11 Pointer 6’2’’ G 11 Clark 6’3’’ F 12 Anderson 6’3’’ F 12 Thyer 6’2’’ F 10


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