Faulkner basketball roundup: Junior high results for Greenbrier, Conway White, Ruth Doyle and St. Joseph/MV-Enola

GREENBRIER — Greenbrier defeated Clinton, 22-16, in seventh grade girls basketball Monday night.

Jayden Glover scored 13 points for the Lady Panthers. Lanie Ford added seven and Claire Drewry two.

Clinton won the B game, 9-4. Allee Hopper and Sara McGee scored two points each for Greenbrier.


CABOT — Junior Williams scored 16 points Monday in helping Conway White to a 56-53 victory over Cabot South in ninth-grade boys basketball. Kameron King added 14 points, Marquis Pleasant 12 and Joe Thomas 10.

The White won the eighth-grade game, 38-21. Brooks Tipton had 11 points and Logan White, eight.


Ruth Doyle’s seventh-grade girls defeated Morrilton, 33-26, Monday night.

Reagan Roetzel led all scorers with 13 points, while Asiyah Smith added 10, Tamia Wiseman had four, and Kindreona Black had two points.

Ruth Doyle also won the B game, 7-4.

The girls and boys will play again Jan. 23 against Ray Simon at Bob Courtway.


MOUNT VERNON — St. Joseph’s junior high teams split four basketball games Monday against Mount Vernon-Enola.

The Lady Bulldogs won, 31-23. Rachel Prall had 11 points, Amber Briggler 10 and Erin Sterka and Joanie Elsinger, four each.

The Warhawks won the junior boys game, 38-34. Gage Berger had 10 points and four rebounds for St. Joseph. Brad Vandivere had eight points and Daniel Lee Kordsmeier, seven. David Beck had six points, five rebounds and three assists. Jacob Welter had three points, three assists and three steals. Triple Williams had three points.

In seventh-grade boys, St. Joseph won, 17-9. Jack Briggler had seven points and Caleb Strack and Mason Elsinger, four each.

MV-Enola defeated the Lady Bulldogs seventh-graders, 21-6. Alexis Roach, Piper Mullaney and Natalie Ross all had two points for St. Joseph.

(Game results should be emailed to the Log Cabin at sports@thecabin.net)


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