Tuesday Recap

by: Scott McCaulley

A recap and scores from Tuesday action:

The College of the Ozarks Men’s Basketball Team drops a 70-59 decision to William Woods at the Keeter Athletic Complex. The Bobcats fell behind by 18 points in the first half but rallied to grab the lead in the second half, only to see the visiting Owls take advantage of C of O turnovers and forced shots to seal the win in the final minutes. Neither team had a smooth offensive night, especially from the Free Throw Line as both teams shot under 60% from the charity strip. The Owls did knock down five in a row to end the game and secure the win.

Klay Barton led the Bobcats with 16 points and Ayden Stone had a double-double of 14 points and 12 rebounds, though the Bobcats do drop to 5-5 with the loss.

In High School Basketball Action, Berryville and Blue Eye met for the second time in a week in both Boys and Girls Basketball. On the boys side, the game went the same way as their match-up in the 3rd Place Game of the Forsyth Tournament as the Bobcats notched another win, this one by the score of 62-52. Meanwhile their was a reverse result in the Girls Game as the Lady Bulldogs avenged their loss to the Lady Bobcats in the Blue Eye Tournament Championship Game from Friday as Blue Eye edged Berryville 58-54.

Also last night, Harrison swept two close games at Pottsville as the Lady Goblins prevailed 65-63 an the Goblins slipped by the home team 44-43.

Tuesday Scores
HS Boys Basketball
Forsyth 44 Reeds Spring 38
Harrison 44 Pottsville 43
Berryville 62 Blue Eye 52
Mount Vernon 67 Monett 36
Aurora 60 New Covenant 46
Neosho 74 Cassville 65
Crane 82 Hurley 31
Galena 55 Wheaton 42
Spokane 71 Verona 46
Alpena 83 Mount Judea 39
Valley Springs 71 Green Forest 33
Bergman 72 Lead Hill 40

HS Girls Basketball
Harrison 65 Pottsville 63
Blue Eye 58 Berryville 54
Marionville 55 Exeter 38
Alpena 78 Mount Judea 4
Valley Springs 54 Green Forest 34
Bergman 70 Lead Hill 53
Yellville-Summit 45 Eureka Springs 25
Flippin 73 Arkansas Arts Academy 43
Neosho 42 Cassville 35


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