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FOUKE, Ark. — Danika Kirk had a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds to power Fouke past Mineral Springs in varsity action, 68-36.

Taylor Hardin fired in a game-high 19 points for the Lady Panthers, while teammate MaKyla Dolls added 10. Fouke swished in 10 shots from downtown as a team.

Connie Ross scored 10 points as the Panthers won the junior high game easily, 37-2.

Logan Smith had eight points, and teammate Jacie Bishop scored six for Fouke.

Fouke (2-0) hosts Queen City today at 5:30 p.m.

 

Lions win 2 of 3 against Bears

NEW BOSTON, Texas — Dontae Thompson poured in 13 points for New Boston, but DeKalb won the eighth grade A boys basketball game, 30-29.

Chris Ganaway scored 10 points for the Lions.

New Boston won the eighth grade B game, 22-18, in overtime.

Jamarian Jackson paced the Lions' seventh grade A team with six points, and New Boston posted a 16-12 victory.

 

McLeod, L-K split

MCLEOD, Texas — Kannon Dempsey's 14 points led McLeod over Linden-Kildare in the junior high game, 31-21.

Jaxon Smith added 11 points for the Longhorns.

L-K defeated McLeod in the junior high girls game, 26-17.

Kenzly Cross led the Lady Longhorns with 10 points.

 

Pewitt, Redwater swap wins

REDWATER, Texas — Karle Latham's 11 points paced Redwater over Paul Pewitt in the eighth grade game, 28-6.

Pewitt defeated Redwater in the seventh grade game, 24-16.

Kyndlee Clark led the Lady Dragons with eight points.

 

Queen City, Red Lick split

RED LICK, Texas — Jamecia Cook poured in 16 points to lift Queen City over Red Lick in the eighth grade game, 43-33.

Zoe Vanderhoof paced the Lady Mustangs with 14 points.

Addisyn Golden scored nine points in Red Lick's 17-11 victory in the seventh grade game.

Laterika Jackson had the hot hand for the Lady Bulldogs with eight points.

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