Jessieville ju­nior high teams sweep Haskell Har­mony Grove

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JESSIEVILLE — Jessieville’s ju­nior high boys’ and girls’ teams each picked up vic­to­ries on Thurs­day at home against Haskell Har­mony Grove.

The ju­nior Li­ons (1-1) led

17-12 af­ter the first quar­ter, but they pulled away with a

12-2 ad­van­tage in the sec­ond quar­ter and a 16-2 mar­gin in the third. They outscored the ju­nior Car­di­nals, 7-6, in the fi­nal frame for the 52-24 vic­tory.

“Af­ter the first quar­ter, we were able to set­tle into a groove de­fen­sively and we were able to get stops,” said Jessieville head coach Jared White. “Those stops led to sev­eral buck­ets and tran­si­tion and we made sev­eral open shots tonight.”

Joe Ouyang led the ju­nior Li­ons with 15 points. Car­son Hair and Noah Futch each scored 11 points. Girls

Jessieville’s ju­nior high girls also picked up a win Thurs­day, 38-25, against Har­mony Grove.

The ju­nior Lady Car­di­nals led 8-2 af­ter the first quar­ter, but Jessieville tied the game at 18-all by half­time and outscored the vis­i­tors, 16-3 in the third quar­ter for a 30-17 lead.

Harli Bas­sett led Jessieville with 17 points. Rea­gan Jones added seven points and Jus­tice Cole scored five.

Lady Wolves win at Troy

Lake Hamil­ton’s ju­nior Lady Wolves de­feated Hot Springs, 52-25, on Thurs­day at Tro­jan Field­house.

Lake Hamil­ton led, 31-13, af­ter the first half.

Hayleigh Wyrick led all scor­ers with 23 points. Ginny Hig­gin­botham added seven points and four as­sists. Au­dri Win­frey scored five points.

Tamia John­son led Hot Springs with eight points.

Cen­ter­point, Lake­side split ju­nior girls games

Cen­ter­point’s ju­nior girls picked up a non-con­fer­ence win over Lake­side on Thurs­day,

31-21, on the Rams’ home floor. The ju­nior Lady Knights took a 13-7 lead into the sec­ond quar­ter and a 30-19 lead into half­time. The ju­nior Lady Rams

(2-1) cut into the lead at 19-17 to open the fourth quar­ter, but Cen­ter­point pulled away in the fourth quar­ter for the win.

Mady Daven­port led Lake­side in scor­ing with 10 points. Sarah Porter added seven points.

Lake­side will be at home again on Mon­day against Mena.

* Lake­side’s eighth-grade girls won their game, 19-10.

The Lady Rams (1-0) took a 17-6 lead into the half­time break.

Kennedy Brock scored 15 points. Brook­lyn Bour­land scored the other four points.

CMS ju­nior girls roll over Malvern

CUT­TER MORN­ING STAR — Kendyll Knott-De­bord put up 14 points as the Cut­ter Morn­ing Star ju­nior Lady Ea­gles took a 31-13 win over Malvern Thurs­day night at Eagle Field­house.

Se­lena Gasca added six points, Stormie Cud­vat had four, Laila El­liot three and Sierra Wil­math two. Mcken­zie Mul­doon and Autmn Her­ron put up one point each.

“The ju­nior girls played very ag­gres­sive,” said Cut­ter Morn­ing Star head coach Brit­tany Senn. “Their ef­fort was out­stand­ing. Very proud of them.”

* The sev­enth-grade girls also took a win over the Lady Cubs, 14-10.

Kyleigh Covey led CMS with eight points, Cud­vat added four and Kyn­dal Fox had two.

“This group of sev­enth-graders is ath­letic and scrappy,” Senn said. “They are ex­tremely coach­able. The fu­ture is bright for them.”

The ju­nior Lady Ea­gles will travel to Bis­marck for their next game on Nov. 19.

Ju­nior Co­bras im­prove to 3-0

JESSIEVILLE — Foun­tain Lake’s ju­nior high boys’ team re­mained un­de­feated Thurs­day with a 68-11 win against Chris­tian Min­istries Academy in the Jessieville Clas­sic.

The ju­nior Co­bras (3-0) led, 1611, af­ter the first quar­ter, but they pulled away with a 20-5 mar­gin in the sec­ond quar­ter to lead, 36-11, at half­time, and a 20-0 ad­van­tage in the third quar­ter. Chris­tian Min­istries Academy was held score­less in the sec­ond half.

Landin Kizer led Foun­tain Lake with 11 points. Steven DeAr­mon, Kadin Hil­ton and Michael Moore each scored eight points.

Foun­tain Lake won, 63-19, against Cut­ter Morn­ing Star on Tues­day at Irvin J. Bass Gym­na­sium-Sammy Lam­bert Court.

The ju­nior Co­bras led, 19-4, af­ter one quar­ter and 41-10 af­ter two. The lead grew to 59-17 by the start of the fourth quar­ter.

Kizer was the lead­ing scorer with 14 point. Moore scored nine points.

The ju­nior high teams will be in ac­tion again on Mon­day against Haskell Har­mony Grove.

Girls

Foun­tain Lake’s ju­nior high girls also met Chris­tian Min­istries Academy on Thurs­day at Jessieville. The ju­nior Lady Co­bras scored on their first seven pos­ses­sions to race out to a 14-0 lead.

They led 15-4 af­ter the first quar­ter and 25-10 by half­time. They outscored Chris­tian Min­istries, 8-2, in the third quar­ter and 8-5 in the fourth quar­ter for the 41-17 vic­tory.

Jaylin Rhoades led all scor­ers with 19 points. So­phie Skin­ner added 10 points and Kara Mar­tin scored eight.

“We played very good de­fense tonight and did a great job get­ting the ball into the post,” said Foun­tain Lake coach Michael Blees.

Foun­tain Lake will travel to Haskell Har­mony Grove on Mon­day.

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