For the second straight day, the Bryant at Pine Bluff high school basketball games were postponed because of road conditions.
The doubleheader was one of many games originally scheduled for Friday that have been iced because of the rough winter weather that’s hit spots of Arkansas. No other scores in the 7A/6A-South Conference were reported as of Saturday.
Dollarway at Heber Springs has been rescheduled for 4 p.m. Monday with the junior high girls game, followed by the high school games. A win in the high school boys game will secure a third straight district championship (and second in the 2-4A) for Dollarway.
Sheridan at El Dorado also was postponed Friday. A makeup date has not been set for either this or the Bryant-Pine Bluff matchup.
Monticello 67, Lake Village 32
LAKE VILLAGE — The weather was gracious enough Friday night to allow Monticello (17-3, 10-0 in 8-4A) to extend its conference winning streak to 24 games since the start of last season.
Randy Stanley had 15 points and Bralin Daniels added 12 for the Billies. The Beavers fell to 5-10 and 2-7 in the conference.
Hope 55, White Hall 47
HOPE — White Hall’s state playoff hopes took a big hit Friday night after the Bulldogs (5-13, 2-6 in 5A-South) fell by eight points on the road.
Tyler Pirson had 17 points and J’Breun Steen added 12 for White Hall, which went into Friday one game out of the fourth and final playoff spot. White Hall has six games remaining in conference play.
Monticello 66, Lake Village 65 (OT)
LAKE VILLAGE — Dontazsha Brown converted the first of two free throws with 0.1 second remaining in overtime to give the Lady Billies (9-8, 4-6 in 8-4A) a much-needed conference win.
The Lady Billies came from 17 points down early in the second half to force the game into overtime at 55 apiece. After Lake Village (4-11, 2-7) led 14-9 through one quarter, the two teams scored evenly the next two periods (11 points each in the second and 21 each in the third).
Deja Stanley scored 21 points and Yasmine Franklin had 20 for Monticello. Deshaundra Johnson scored a game-high 22 points, with Darkeia Washington adding 21 for Lake Village.
Monticello is tied with Hamburg for the fourth and final playoff spot, one-half game behind Warren. Monticello has four games remaining.