Snow fell again in parts of Arkansas on Friday, prompting postponements of some high school basketball games in the state.
Pine Bluff’s girls and boys games against Bryant were rescheduled to today. The girls game will begin at 3 p.m., with the boys game to follow.
The Warren at Dumas high school games were postponed just before tipoff Friday. The games, originally scheduled for Thursday, will be made up at a later date.
McGehee played at Drew Central on Friday. The girls game was completed, but the boys game was halted just before the start of the fourth quarter and will be completed at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Because of an early deadline due to road conditions, coverage of those games is not available in this issue. Visit www.pbcommercial.com for the game reports.
Among the games that were played Friday, the Watson Chapel boys team suffered its first loss in 5A-South Conference play as Camden Fairview won a 46-44 decision. No further statistics were available.
White Hall 51, Hope 17
HOPE — White Hall raced to a 20-4 lead and showed no signs of slowing down in beating Hope on Friday.
For White Hall (14-5, 6-2 in 5A-South), Hailey Wilkins led all scorers with 18 points, Alexis Winston scored nine and Lindsey Williams added eight.
Hope fell to 2-15 and 0-8 in the 5A-South.
Watson Chapel 53, Camden Fairview 43
CAMDEN — For the second straight game, Peyton Martin led Watson Chapel in scoring as the Lady Wildcats defeated Camden Fairview Friday night on the road.
Martin finished with 17 points and Timesha Cole contributed with 13.
Watson Chapel (12-9, 7-2 in 5A-South) led Camden Fairview 28-19 at the half.
The Lady Wildcats will play at Hot Springs on Tuesday.
Star City 57, Hamburg 35
HAMBURG — Star City’s impressive tear through the 8-4A Conference — now 83 straight victories — continued Friday night as the Lady Bulldogs defeated Hamburg 57-35.
Jaida Harden led Star City with 13 points, eight rebounds and seven assists. Latia Harris contributed with 13 points and Lindsay Kiernan chipped in with eight points and four steals.
Star City (20-2, 10-0 in 8-4A) will play in a make-up game on Monday against Dumas.
Ridgway goes 1-1 in South Regional
TILLAR — Ridgway Christian reached the semifinals of the Arkansas Association of Christian Schools South Regional Tournament before bowing out to Garrett Memorial on Friday.
In the 58-23 loss, Madison Heflin led the Lady Eagles with 11 points.
Earlier in the day, Ridgway beat El Dorado West Side 33-28. Paige Topping led Ridgway with 14 points.
The Lady Eagles await their seed in the upcoming state tournament.