Basketball roundup: Mayflower and junior high results

Mayflower’s girls jumped to a 16-5 first-quarter lead Monday on the way to a 57-28 victory over Episcopal Collegiate at Little Rock.


Leading scorers for the Eagles were Tori Lasker with 33 points and Tristen Lasker with 11 points.

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St. Joseph

At Sherwood, St. Joseph won two junior high games against Abundant Life.

The boys 2on 48-25 behind 11 points, two steals and three assists by Christian Skinner. Luke Welter added six points and six rebounds. John McKenna and Hunter Watkins each had six points and Ryan Davis, five and four rebounds. Timmy Coney added five rebounds. Luke Bruich had four assists and three steals. Caleb Hiegel had two assists and two steals.

The Lady Bulldogs won, 36-6.

Savannah Mooney led with eight points. Lilly Hill had six and six rebounds. Abbie Flates had five points and six rebounds. Lauren Bengson and Emily Briggler added four assists each.

Abundant Life won the seventh-grade girls, 14-5. Maggie Mooney and Sydney Pham had two points each. Audrey Flanigan had one point for St. Joseph.

St. Joseph won the seventh-grade boys game, 30-12.

Luke Briggler had 13 points. Jacob Williams, Collin Coney, Clay Strack all had four. Luke Pope added three.

Greenbrier seventh grade

Greembrier seventh-grade girls (7-1) took a 31-16 victory over Searcy.

Emma Rehm led Greenbrier with 11 points. McKayla Betts added seven. Cali Kennedy had five, Sydney Dunlasp, four, Alexis Cantu and Ashton Hopper, two each.

Searcy won the B game, 11-10

Hanna Jo Pinkston, Keelee Carroll, Presley Roberts and Kaitlin Garrett all had two points.


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