In basketball at the regional high school on Tuesday evening:

In the action of the girls:
-Cotter beat Lifeway Christian 60-38 to move to 12-6 this season. Kate Cheek led the mark with 18 points and Becca Benedict added 13 points. Cotter won the Junior Girls 48-15 competition. Shawna Beth Foster led the way with 15 points.
-Yellville-Summit took a 57-33 victory at Eureka Springs to bring their record to 13-3 this season.
-Ozark Mountain Home dominated Lead Hill 63-31 to move to 12-9.
-Valley Springs passed Elkins 61-22 and is now 14-8 this year.
-Mammoth Spring beat Maynard 77-34 to bring her record to 18-6. Megyn Upton had 23 points and Brynn Washam 20 for the Lady Bears.

In the action of the boys:
-Mountain Home Christian Academy won at Ozark Christian at West Plains 75-60. Gideon Spray led four double-digit players with 20 points, Dawson Bingham scored 12 and Trenton Cox and Gabe Spray each had 11. In the junior boys game, the MHCA won 50-32. Kolby Woods and Lucas Harrelson each had 13 points.
-Cotter passed Lifeway Christian 58-34 to move to 14-10. Hayden Hutson led the attack with 20 points, Colton Jones scored 13 and Trace Ewing had 10.
-Yellville-Summit lost to Eureka Springs 69-24. The Panthers drop to 1-12 this season.
-Ozark Mountain took down Lead Hill 60-54. The Bears improve to 12-10 while the Tigers fall to 14-15.
-Mammoth Spring passed Maynard 37-31. Brayden Cray and Andrew Jones have each scored 10 points for the Bears who improve to 12-12 this season.

At the junior level:
-The Grade 8 Mountain Home boys beat Melbourne 35-22 to raise their record to 2-6. Jackson Corp led the scoring with 11 points.

-The Izard County junior girls increased their record to 14-2 with a 43-39 victory at Marmaduke. Quinn Johnson led the way with 18 points and Emily Stephens and Makensie Yancey each scored 10.

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