Heber Springs junior boys down Guy-Perkins

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Heber Springs’ Eli Buffalo attempts to get under a Guy-Perkins defender in action Monday night at the Panther Den. Buffalo was fouled on the play. PHILIP SEATON PHOTO

HEBER SPRINGS – Everybody played and 13 players scored as the the Heber Springs junior boys improved to 2-1 on the season with a 45-8 win over Guy-Perkins Monday night at the Panther Den.

Liam Buffalo and Josiah Riggs paced the Panthers with 8 points apiece as Heber Springs led 36-3 at the half.

HEBER SPRINGS SCORING (45): Seth Dudeck 2, Weston Warden 2, Liam Buffalo 8, Jacob Haskett 1, Braden Biggs 4, Jacob Harrrod 4, Rhett Herring 4, Samuel Bush 2, Atwood 4, Eli Buffalo 2, Gavin Widner 2, Josiah Riggs 8, Farmer 2

GUY-PERKINS SCORING (8): Miles Hale 5, Thomas Lamb 2, Vidik Bryant 1,

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Heber Springs’ Seth Dudeck looks to dribble past a past defender Monday night at the Panther Den. PHILIP SEATON PHOTO

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HEBER SPRINGS JUNIOR BOYS
2021-2022 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
OVERALL RECORD: 2-1
4A-4 CONFERENCE: 0-0
(For past write-up click on game)
Nov. 11   Heber Springs 40, Mount Vernon-Enola 35
Nov. 18   Bald Knob 41, Heber Springs 33
Nov. 22   Heber Springs 45, Guy-Perkins 8
Nov. 23   at Shirley
Nov. 30   at Southside Batesville
Dec. 02   Pangburn
Dec. 06   at Cedar Ridge
Dec. 09   at Rose Bud
Dec. 10   Subiaco Academy *
Dec. 17   at Ozark *
Dec. 20   at Lonoke
Dec. 21   at Des Arc
Jan. 06   at South Side Bee Branch
Jan. 07   at Dardanelle *
Jan. 13   White County Central
Jan. 14   Pottsville *
Jan. 21   Ozark *
Jan. 24   at Mayflower
Jan. 27   Bradford
Jan. 28   at Subiaco Academy *
Feb. 01   Dardanelle *
Feb. 03   at Pottsville *
Feb. 05   District Tournament at Dardanelle
(* - Denotes conference contest)

Heber Springs junior girls claim first win

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Heber Springs’ Taylor Parker cuts in front of Guy-Perkins player for a steal in junior girls action Monday night at the Panther Den. PHILIP SEATON PHOTO

HEBER SPRINGS — Jovie Smithson finished with 10 points and Ada Choate added a pair of 3-pointers in lifting Heber Springs to 32-15 victory over Guy-Perkins Monday night at the Panther Den in junior girls play.

The victory improved the Panthers to 1-4 on the season.

With the game tied at 8-all at the half, Heber Springs outscored the Thunderbirds 15-4 in the third quarter to pull away as Choate had five points, including a 3-pointers; and Smithson and Taylor Parker each had four.

HEBER SPRINGS SCORING (32): Taylor Parker 4, Jovie Smithson 10, Zoey Hendrix 1, Mya Foster 3, Kensley Sneed 2, Ella Williams 2, Ada Choate 8, Haven Downs 2.

GUY-PERKINS SCORING (15): K. Henry 4, R. Passmore 3, J. Blaylock 8.

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Heber Springs’ Kensley Sneed drives for a lay-up Monday night at the Panther Den. PHILIP SEATON PHOTO

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HEBER SPRINGS JUNIOR GIRLS
2021-2022 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
OVERALL RECORD: 1-4 
4A-4 CONFERENCE: 0-0
(For past write-up click on game)
Nov. 09   Mount St. Mary 21, Heber Springs 16
Nov. 11   Mount Vernon-Enola 37, Heber Springs 21
Nov. 15   Newport 35, Heber Springs 16
Nov. 18   Bald Knob 37, Heber Springs 19
Nov. 22   Heber Springs 32, Guy-Perkins 15
Nov. 23   at Shirley
Nov. 30   Southside Batesville
Dec. 02   Pangburn
Dec. 06   at Cedar Ridge
Dec. 07   at Benton Harmony Grove
Dec. 09   at Rose Bud
Dec. 14   South Side Bee Branch
Dec. 17   at Ozark *
Dec. 20   at Lonoke
Dec. 21   at Des Arc
Jan. 07   at Dardanelle *
Jan. 13   White County Central
Jan. 14   Pottsville *
Jan. 21   Ozark *
Jan. 24   at Mayflower
Jan. 27   Bradford
Feb. 01   Dardanelle *
Feb. 03   at Pottsville *
Feb. 05   District Tournament at Dardanelle
(* - Denotes conference contest)

Bald Knop stops Heber Springs Junior Boys

BALD KNOB – Liam Buffalo finished with 14 points but it was not enough as Bald Knob downed Heber Springs, 41-33, in junior boys nonconference play.

Heber Springs led 19-14 at the half and 26-25 at the end of three quarters, but could not hold in the final stanza.

HEBER SPRINGS SCORING (33): Weston Warden 7, Liam Buffalo 14, Jacob Haskett 2, Ty West 8, Rhett Herring 2.

Bald Knob junior girls down Heber Springs

BALD KNOB – Bald Knob outscored Heber Springs 22-4 in the second and third quarters to pull away and claim a 37-19 victory in junior girls action.

The Bulldogs led 10-6 at the end of the first quarter before increasing their advantage to 18-8 at the break.

Heber Springs (0-4) was led by Ella Williams’ seven points.

HEBER SPRINGS SCORING (19): Taylor Parker 5, Baleigh Burchfield 2, Zoey Hendrix 2, Ella Williams 7, Ada Choate 3

BALD KNOB SCORING (37): A. Daugherty 5, A. Foust 8, D. Jackson 6, W. Winkler 6, A. Mullen 2, M. Andrew 3, T. McSpadden 5, T. White 2.

Newport tops Heber Springs in junior girls contest

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Heber Springs’ Jovie Smithson goes up for a lay-up against Newport Monday night at the Panther Den. PHILIP SEATON PHOTO

HEBER SPRINGS – Ada Choate paced Heber Springs with a pair of 3-pointers, but it was not enough as Newport handed the Panthers a 35-16 setback Monday night at the Panther Den.

Newport led 17-10 at the half and 25-13 at the end of the third quarter.

HEBER SPRINGS SCORING (16): Taylor Parker 2, Jovie Smithson 2, Baleigh Burchfield 1, Annalyse Wilson 2, Ada Choate 6, Haven Downs 3.

NEWPORT SCORING (35): Aubrey Burns 6, Niya Davis 4, Sadie Washam 9, Tamera Morgan 9, Lexi Hembrey 3, Sabarbra Ridley 4

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HEBER SPRINGS JUNIOR GIRLS
2021-2022 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
RECORD: 0-3. 4A-4 CONFERENCE: 0-0
(For past write-up click on game)
Nov. 09   Mount St. Mary 21, Heber Springs 16
Nov. 11   Mount Vernon-Enola 37, Heber Springs 21
Nov. 15   Newport 35, Heber Springs 16
Nov. 18   at Bald Knob
Nov. 22   Guy-Perkins
Nov. 23   at Shirley
Nov. 30   Southside Batesville
Dec. 02   Pangburn
Dec. 06   at Cedar Ridge
Dec. 07   at Benton Harmony Grove
Dec. 09   at Rose Bud
Dec. 14   South Side Bee Branch
Dec. 17   at Ozark *
Dec. 20   at Lonoke
Dec. 21   at Des Arc
Jan. 07   at Dardanelle
Jan. 13   White County Central
Jan. 14   Pottsville *
Jan. 21   Ozark *
Jan. 24   at Mayflower
Jan. 27   Bradford
Feb. 01   Dardanelle *
Feb. 05   District Tournament at Dardanelle
(* - Denotes conference contest)

Heber Springs downs Newport in seventh-grade girls play

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Heber Springs’ Kendall Hutchins looks for room to dribble penetrate against Newport Monday night at the Panther Den. PHILIP SEATON PHOTO

HEBER SPRINGS – Heber Springs got eight points from Sophie Joyner and seven points from Mackenzie Lozeau as the Panther seventh-grade girls basketball team claimed a 24-15 win over Newport.

Heber Springs (1-1) led 6-3 at the end of the first quarter, but trailed 12-11 at the break, thanks in part to four 3-pointers by the Greyhounds.

Newport would add another 3-pointer in the second half, but the Panthers would outscore the Greyhounds, 13-3, in the second half to claim their first win of the young season.

HEBER SPRINGS SCORING (24): Phoebe Reed 4, Sophie Joyner 8, Mackenzie Lozeau 7, Emma Mayfield 2, Sloan Jett 3.

HEBER SPRINGS 7TH-GRADE GIRLS
2021-2022 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
(Click on each game for details)
RECORD: 1-1
Nov. 11   Mount Vernon-Enola 29, Heber Springs 4
Nov. 15   Heber Springs 24, Newport 15
Nov. 20   at Tuckerman Jamboree
Nov. 30   Southside Batesville, 5 p.m.
Dec. 02   Pangburn, 4:30 p.m.
Dec. 06   at Cedar Ridge, 5 p.m.
Dec. 09   at Rose Bud, 4:30 p.m.
Jan. 06   at South Side Bee Branch, 5 p.m.
Jan. 13   White County Central, 4:30 p.m.
Jan. 20   Riverview, 5 p.m.
Jan. 24   at Mayflower, 4:30 p.m.
Jan. 27   Bradford, 4:30 p.m.
Jan. 29   at Bauxite Jamboree

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Heber Springs seventh-grade girls basketball players, from left, Mackenzie Lozeau (14), Carly Holland, and Sophie Joyner (15) wait for the inbounds pass in action against Newport Monday night at the Panther Den. PHILIP SEATON PHOTO

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Heber Springs junior girls fall to Warhawks

HEBER SPRINGS – Mount Vernon-Enola blew open a close game by outscoring Heber Springs, 18-2, in the third quarter to claim a 37-21 victory in junior girls play at the Panther Den.

Heber Springs jumped out to a 9-7 lead after the opening quarter as Taylor Parker had a pair of field goals, Jovie Smithson a 3-pointer and Baleigh Burchfield and Annalyse Wilson each hit one-of-two from the free-throw line.

The Warhawks outscored the Panthers, 8-4, in the second quarter to take a 15-13 lead in the break.

HEBER SPRINGS SCORING (21): Taylor Parker 4, Jovie Smithson 7, Baleigh Burchfield 3, Annalyse Wilson 1, Ada Choate 4, Haven Downs 2.

MOUNT VERNON-ENOLA SCORING (37): A. Gilbert 21, J. Rodgers 3, A. Ralston 9, R. Ralston 5.
 

 

 

 

Heber Springs opens season with win over Mount Vernon-Enola

HEBER SPRINGS – Heber Springs outscored Mount Vernon-Enola 14-8 in the third quarter and that proved to be the difference in a 40-35 victory for the Panther junior boys basketball team.

The War Hawks led 14-7 at the end of the first quarter and 20-18 at the half, but two 3-pointers by Rhett Herring and one by Samuel Bush helped fuel a third-quarter comeback.

HEBER SPRINGS SCORING (40): Seth Dudeck 9, Liam Buffalo 11, Jacob Haskett 6, Ty West 5, Rhett Herring 6, Samuel Bush 3.

MOUNT VERNON-ENOLA SCORING (35): Brockington 14, Wolfe 2, Rogers 9, McClelland 3, McNair 5.

Mount Vernon-Enola tops Heber Springs in 7th-grade girls action

HEBER SPRINGS – The Heber Springs seventh-grade girls basketball team lost its opener to Mount Vernon-Enola, 29-4, on Thursday night.

Mount Vernon-Enola led 21-3 at the half.

Sophie Joyner paced Heber Springs with two points as all of the Panther points came from the free-throw line, where they were 4-of-10.

HEBER SPRINGS SCORING (4): Sophie Joyner 2, Mackenzie Lozeau 1, Carly Holland 1.

MOUNT VERNON-ENOLA SCORING (29): R. Ralston 6, K. Henderson 2, L. Sullivan 4, C. Gilbert 5, E. Simpson 8, L. Clark 2, B. Smith 2