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The Huntsville Lady Eagles on Saturday hosted the Tigers from Prairie Grove, losing 57-43 in 4A-1 Conference play. The game was postponed from earlier in the week due to inclement weather.

The Huntsville Eagles bounced back Saturday night to beat Prairie Grove 60-54 in overtime, 24 hours after falling to Berryville in the 4A-1 Conference.

Dustin Todd, Huntsville Alumni Class of 2007, middle top, was inducted into the North Arkansas (Harrison) Hall of Fame.

On Jan. 17 Kingston hosted Deer. The final score of the Jr. Boys game was Kingston 52, Deer 30.

Kingston High School Senior Karli Myers is effervescent.

Huntsville hosted the 4A-1 leading Farmington Cardinals on Jan. 17, losing a lopsided game 67 to 25.

The Farmington Cardinals came to Huntsville and took a hard-fought 61-51 victory back with them to Washington County. The two teams entered the game 6-0 in the 4A-1 Conference.

The St. Paul Saints and Lady Saints traveled to Miami, Okla., to play in the 76th Annual NEO High School Basketball Tournament January 19-21 at the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College.

Huntsville Junior Eagles and Junior Lady Eagles both finished second in last week’s Charles H. Berry and Jim Stafford Invitational Junior High Basketball Tournament.

On Jan. 10, Kingston hosted Mt. Judea. The final score of the Jr. Lady Yellow Jackets game was Kingston 43, Mt. Judea 7. Emma Kivell led the team with 16 points, followed by Clara Huber with 11 points, Whitlee Stacey with 8 points, LeeLou Kilbourn with 3 points, Kloei Martin with 2 points, Gracie Weaver with 2 points and Kylee Weaver with 1 point. 

Kingston High School senior Jaidyn Head is tiny, but mighty. A multi-sport athlete standing just under 5 feet tall, she plays point guard for the Kingston Lady Jackets basketball team. Off the court, she runs cross-country and track for Kingston. In the classroom she excels, taking college courses while also helping her fellow classmates as a representative for the student council. 

Senior guard Mason Davidson scored a school record 49 points last Friday as Huntsville rallied to beat Shiloh Christian 74-67 in overtime for a 4A-1 Conference win.

Huntsville hosted Shiloh Christian Friday night, sending them home with a 49-40 loss.

Both the St. Paul senior teams and the junior boy’s team played on Tuesday, Jan. 3rd against Mulberry.

On Jan. 3, Kingston hosted Jasper.

Kingston High School Senior Caiden Fancher finds direction with basketball.

Following the Lady Eagles’ (5-10, 3-1) impressive conference win against Berryville earlier in the week, Huntsville hosted another 4A conference foe on Friday, winning a tough 50 to 47 game against Pea Ridge (11-8, 1-3).

Huntsville hosted Pea Ridge last Friday night, earning a hard-fought 53-48 victory in the 4A-1 Conference.

The St. Paul Saints don’t always have cheerleaders, but they do this basketball season.

Kingston High School Senior Canton Clark was born to play basketball.

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