Girls' basketball roundup

Jonesboro’s Ereauna Hardaway drives past a West Memphis defender during the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s game at Don Riggs Hurricane Gym. Hardaway made six free throws in overtime to help the Lady Hurricane win 53-47.

JONESBORO — Jonesboro made 9-of-11 free throws in overtime Tuesday night to edge West Memphis 53-47 in 5A-East senior girls’ basketball.

Regulation ended with the teams tied at 42 after West Memphis missed a shot in the final seconds. Jonesboro took the lead for good seven seconds into overtime when T’Kera Anderson converted a three-point play.

Ereauna Hardaway made six free throws in the final minute of overtime to help the Lady Hurricane (11-3, 3-1 conference) hold off the Lady Devils (5-6, 0-4) for their fourth consecutive victory. Hardaway finished with 16 points to lead Jonesboro, followed by Destiny Thomas with 13 and Anderson with nine.

Janiyah Tucker scored 16 points and Terika Inmon added 14 for West Memphis.

Nettleton 36, Paragould 26

JONESBORO — Briley Pena scored 17 points Tuesday to lead Nettleton to a 36-26 victory over Paragould in 5A-East senior girls’ basketball.

Laila Eliotti scored nine points and grabbed six rebounds for Nettleton (11-4, 2-2 conference). The Lady Raiders led 11-2 after the first quarter, 15-11 at halftime and 29-21 after the third quarter.

Carson Defries scored 15 points for Paragould (6-5, 0-3).

Valley View 56, Westside 29

JONESBORO — Anna Winkfield produced a double-double of 18 points and 11 rebounds Tuesday to lead Valley View to a 56-29 victory over Westside in 4A-3 senior girls’ basketball.

Hunter Gibson added 16 points and Emma Higgins 12 for the Lady Blazers (9-4, 4-2 conference). Valley View led 15-11 after the first quarter, 37-15 at halftime and 48-28 after the third quarter.

Megan Hedger scored 11 points for Westside (6-6, 1-2 conference).

Westside (11-2, 2-1 conference) won the junior girls’ game 33-14, led by Haven Ray with 12 points and Lanie Welch with 10. Valley View won the seventh-grade game 22-15.

Brookland 59, Blytheville 20

BROOKLAND — Hannah Boling scored 19 points Tuesday to lead Brookland to a 59-20 victory over Blytheville in 4A-3 senior girls’ basketball.

Gracie Gramling added 11 points and Stella Parker finished with nine for the Lady Bearcats (7-4, 5-0 conference). Brookland led 33-10 at halftime.

Ty’ana Howard scored 18 points for Blytheville.

Brookland (12-0, 4-0 conference) won the junior girls’ game 53-21. Kinsey Clark led Brookland with 13 points and Addy Vowell added 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Corning 50, Armorel 31

CORNING — Corning rolled past Armorel 50-31 in senior girls’ basketball Tuesday.

The Lady Bobcats led 26-22 at halftime and 37-25 after the third quarter. Whitley Bolen scored 20 points to lead Corning and Makenna Lunsford added 12.

Abby Simmons and Allison Carter scored 12 and 10 points, respectively, for Armorel.

Corning won the junior high game 38-13, led by Kenlie Watson with 22 points and Presley Martin with 11.

Rivercrest 63, Piggott 54

WILSON — Railee Powell scored 24 points Tuesday to lead Rivercrest to a 63-54 victory over Piggott in 3A-3 senior girls’ basketball.

Brineka Taylor added 16 points for the Lady Colts.

Tuckerman 67, Cedar Ridge 27

TUCKERMAN — Tuckerman bounced back from its first 2A-2 conference loss of the season to rout Cedar Ridge 67-27 in senior girls’ basketball Tuesday.

Raigan Head scored 20 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs (16-2, 5-1 conference). Kenzie Soden added 17 points and Chandler Williams finished with 10.

Tuckerman led 17-7 after the first quarter, 35-16 at halftime and 55-22 after the third quarter.

Cedar Ridge won the junior girls’ game 27-24 in overtime.

Monday night, Tuckerman suffered a 45-34 loss to defending state champion Melbourne in senior girls’ basketball. Head led the Lady Bulldogs with 12 points.

Marmaduke 65, ICC 36

BROCKWELL — Chancey Henry scored 24 points, including 20 in the first half, as Marmaduke routed Izard County 65-36 in senior girls’ basketball Tuesday.

Heidi Robinson added nine points, seven rebounds and nine assists for the Lady Greyhounds (18-4).

Monday night, Marmaduke defeated East Poinsett County 71-30 to improve to 7-0 in the 2A-3 conference. Robinson scored 19 points; Carolina Hoffman added 17 points; Zoe Massey finished with 13 points; and Henry chipped in with 11 points and 11 rebounds.

Denissia Gaines led EPC with 16 points.

Marmaduke’s junior high team defeated EPC 54-40 on Monday night as Makenzie Hampton scored 38 points. The Junior Lady Greyhounds (15-5) lost 50-31 at ICC on Tuesday. Ava Anthony finished with 10 points for Marmaduke.