Ridgway Christian posted its sixth consecutive victory in boys basketball Tuesday with a 50-16 decision at home over St. Joseph in an Arkansas Association of Christian Schools South Region game.
Larry Tate had 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead Ridgway (9-2, 6-1 AACS South), and Blake Pennington added 12 points. The host Eagles led the Huskies 26-8 at halftime.
Josh Sanders led St. Joseph with 10 points. He was followed by Randy Whiteside with six.
McGehee 48, Dumas 36
McGEHEE — Zachary Ellis led with 22 points to lift McGehee (5-0) past Dumas on Tuesday night.
The host Owls led 24-23 at halftime.
McGehee will play next Tuesday at Charleston.
White Hall 52, Monticello 31
MONTICELLO — A 20-7 second quarter gave the Lady Bulldogs plenty of separation from their former 5A-Southeast Conference foes Tuesday.
JaeLisa Allen had 16 points, Alexis Winston 12 and Rachel Box 10 to carry White Hall, which led 31-11 at halftime. Erin Campbell led Monticello, a 4A team this season, with 14 points.
Fordyce 38, Dollarway 35
At Dollarway, the Lady Bugs hit five straight free throws to take a 37-33 with 45 seconds remaining, but after an Alia Jackson putback cut the lead to two, Fordyce added a free throw and Dollarway failed to get a three-point shot off before the final buzzer.
Kaylnne Warren led Dollarway with eight points. Candra Hayes and Jackson each added seven points.
Riverview 41, Star City 37
SEARCY — The Lady Bulldogs suffered only their second loss of the season following a tightly contested game with the Lady Raiders.
Tyeshia Harris scored 10 points and Jaida Harden had eight to lead Star City (8-2), which led 21-18 at halftime.
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS
Ridgway Christian 37, St. Joseph 15
At Ridgway, the Eagles improved to 6-0 behind Jacob Andersen’s 13 points and Jacob Dedman’s eight.
Ezra Tole added eight rebounds for the Eagles, who led 24-10 at halftime.