JONESBORO — West Memphis opened the fourth quarter on an eight-point run and went on to defeat Nettleton 43-37 in 5A-East conference senior boys' basketball Friday night.

Demetrius Barrett scored eight of his 12 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Blue Devils (10-5, 2-1 conference). Kameron Barnes added 10 points and Keiarras Townsend nine for West Memphis, which trailed 28-25 at the end of the third quarter.

DaVares Whitaker scored 14 points, Brandon Anderson eight and Curtez Smith seven for Nettleton (13-5, 1-2 conference).

West Memphis 45, Nettleton 39

JONESBORO — West Memphis erased a seven-point halftime deficit Friday night on its way to a 45-39 victory over Nettleton in 5A-East senior girls' basketball.

Briley Pena scored 18 of her 21 points in the first half to help the Lady Raiders (13-6, 1-2 conference) take a 25-18 halftime lead. West Memphis (9-4, 2-1 conference) closed within 30-28 at the end of the third quarter and outscored Nettleton 17-9 in the fourth.

Diamond Kimble added 10 points for Nettleton. Janiyah Tucker scored 15 points, Aniya Price 13 and Clemisha Prackett 10 for West Memphis.

Valley View 58, Highland 43

HIGHLAND — Valley View opened a 16-point halftime lead Friday night and went on to beat Highland 58-43 in 4A-3 conference senior boys' basketball.

The Blazers outscored the Rebels 20-10 in the second quarter to lead 33-17. Highland reduced its deficit to 13 points, 47-34, at the end of the third quarter.

Connor Tinsley scored 19 points and Trey Mitchell added 14 for Valley View (6-8, 5-2 conference). Dylan Munroe scored 23 points for Highland.

Valley View won the junior boys' game 45-31.

Valley View 66, Highland 56

Valley View 74, Blytheville 33

JONESBORO — Valley View earned 4A-3 conference victories in senior girls' basketball Friday and Saturday, defeating Highland 66-56 in overtime Friday before routing Blytheville 74-33 on Saturday.

Valley View outscored Highland 10-0 in overtime after tying the game at 56 to end regulation. The Lady Blazers led 19-12 after the first quarter before falling behind 27-26 at halftime and 45-39 at the end of the third quarter.

Morghan Weaver led Valley View with 26 points and 10 rebounds. Anna Winkfield added 14 points and Carley Rich finished with 10.

Emma Hyslip scored 20 points and Harley Deloach 15 for Highland.

Valley View (14-4, 5-2 conference) dominated the final three quarters of Saturday's victory over Blytheville. The Lady Blazers led 16-11 after the first quarter, 35-17 at halftime and 54-27 at the end of the third quarter.

Winkfield scored 18 points to lead Valley View, with Weaver adding 11 and Allison Shelby 10. De'Younce Stewart scored 10 points for Blytheville.

Paragould 66, Batesville 55

BATESVILLE — Isaiah Jackson and Gavin Hall combined for 45 points Friday night to lead Paragould to a 66-55 victory over Batesville in 5A-East conference boys' basketball.

Jackson scored 24 points and Hall added 21 for the Rams (10-6, 1-2 conference). Bryce Bass finished with nine points as Paragould put seven players in the scoring column.

Batesville led 15-11 after the first quarter. Paragould pulled ahead at halftime, 28-27, and held a 46-43 edge after the third quarter.

BIC 70, Bay 58

MONETTE — Caden Whitehead just missed a triple-double and Jaron Burrow reached a career milestone Friday night as Buffalo Island Central maintained its hold on first place in the 2A-3 conference with a 70-58 victory over Bay.

Whitehead finished with 30 points, eight rebounds and nine blocks to lead the Mustangs (19-5, 8-0 conference). Burrow surpassed 1,000 points in his career on a night when he scored 15 points, grabbed nine rebounds and blocked four shots.

BIC outscored Bay 21-9 in the second quarter for a 37-18 advantage at halftime. The Mustangs led 55-36 at the end of the third quarter.

Seth Spencer scored 26 points and Drew Long added 10 for Bay.

Bay won the junior boys' game 39-21 as Kaden Hartley scored 19 points.

Riverside 44, Marmaduke 31

LAKE CITY — Riverside celebrated Homecoming with Friday's 44-31 victory over Marmaduke in senior boys' basketball.

Easton Hatch scored 14 points to lead the Rebels (10-15, 4-4 2A-3 conference). Carl Gallapoo added 11 points and Dennis Williams 10 for Riverside, which led 18-10 at halftime and 29-19 after the third quarter.

Hunter Tuberville led Marmaduke with 14 points.

Riverside (22-1, 8-0 conference) won the junior boys' game 44-15, led by Thatcher Durham with 11 points and Brayeson Timms with 10.

Rector 77, Bay 52

BAY — Rector routed Bay 77-52 Saturday for its eighth consecutive victory in senior girls' basketball.

Ellie Ford scored 23 points to lead the Lady Cougars (15-5, 7-1 2A-3 conference). Madison Wolfenbarger and Morgan Garner added 16 and 15 points, respectively.

Rector led 22-7 after the first quarter, 46-20 at halftime and 58-38 after the third quarter.

Destiny Bogard scored 21 points to lead Bay. Hannah Lane added 13 points and Vidalia McIntire 12 for the Lady Yellowjackets.

Rector won the junior girls' game 41-35, led by Karrin Henderson with 14 points.

Wynne 61, Pulaski Robinson 53

LITTLE ROCK — Wynne earned its second consecutive overtime victory Friday in 4A-5 senior girls’ basketball, defeating Pulaski Robinson 61-53.

The Lady Yellowjackets (11-5, 4-0 conference) led 33-26 at halftime. Robinson rallied to forge a tie at 52 to end regulation.

Derriona Spencer and Zahryia Baker combined for 47 points and 16 rebounds to lead Wynne. Spencer scored 24 points and grabbed seven rebounds, while Baker finished with 23 points and nine rebounds.

Paragould 53, Batesville 34

BATESVILLE — Sam Wood scored 21 points Friday night as Paragould defeated Batesville 53-34 in 5A-East senior girls’ basketball.

Keimauri Brown added 14 points for the Lady Rams (11-3, 3-0 conference). Paragould led 28-18 at halftime and 38-26 at the end of the third quarter.

Taylor Rush scored 21 points for Batesville.

Trumann 36, Brookland 29

TRUMANN — Trumann defeated Brookland 36-29 Friday night in 4A-3 conference senior girls' basketball.

Stella Parker scored 14 points to lead Brookland.

Brookland (12-2, 6-0 conference) won the junior girls' game 39-16, led by Macy Slater with 12 points and Evan Polsgrove with 11. Brookland also won the seventh-grade game 17-10.