The final games of the Conway Sports Medicine Invitational will be played Saturday at the CCS gymmnsium.
The schedule begins will a boys consolation bracket game between Wonderview and Sacred Heart at 11:30 a.m. A girls consolation match between Conway Christian and England is scheduled for 1 p.m.
Other games in the consolation bracket include: Hector vs. Harding Academy boys, 2:30 p.m.; Guy-Perkins vs. Hector girls, 4 p.m.; CCS vs. Glen Rose boys, 5:e0 p.m.
The girls final will be between Glen Rose and Harding Academy at 7 p.m. The boys title game will be between Guy-Perkins and Jacksonville Lighthouse, scheduled for 8:30 p.m.
Sponsors include Conway Regional, Conway Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine and Mose Tucker Real Estate.
■ Dandra thomas classic
Conway’s girls easily advanced to the second round of the Dandra Thomas Invitational, sponsored by State Farm Insurance, with a 68-37 romp Thursday night over Jacksonville.
The Lady Cats will played Mount St. Mary in Fridsay’s semifinal.
In other games Thursday, Central Arkanaas Christian romped past Little Rock Hall, 71-19, and North Little Rock defeated Hot Springs, 72-42.
The final rounds are Saturday.
■ CBC men
Central Baptist College’s men returned from a finals break Thursday and overcame an early 10-point deficit with a 16-5 run on the way to a 85-65 victory over Crowley’s Ridge College.
Jalyn McBride led with 23 points. Andy Ettiene added 16 and seven rebounds. Fred Albright added 10 points and Bryce Evans, seven rebounds.
would finish with 23 points to lead Central Baptist.
The Mustangs shot 50 percent from the field.
■ Conway Blue
The Conway Blue boys’ basketball team (5-3, 3-2) defeated the Panthers of Benton, 49-25, Thursday night in Central Arkansas Junior High Conference action.
Conway Blue led from wire to wire. The Kittens were led by Xavier Robinson with 12 points,Trey Tull and Chase Boyd each had eight points, and Jayden Williams had six points.
■ Greenbrier 7th
Greenbrier’s seventh-grade girls (4-0) took a 35-10 victory over Ruth Doyle on Thursday night.
Emma Rehm had 11 points for the Lady Panthers. McKayla Betts had eight and Ashton Hopper, six. Emily Davenport had four points and Marlee Vanover, Cali Kennedy and Sydney Dunlap had two each.
Greenbrier (2-1) won the B game, 9-2. Reese Myatt hd six points andd Madilyn Thompson, two, and Kaitlyn Garrett, one.