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WBC CHAMPS - The Hillcrest Screamin' Eagles defeated Viola Saturday afternoon, 59-50, to take first place in the Williams Baptist College Tournament. Team members include (front, from left): manager Clint Durham, Brad Nunnally, Jeremiah Turner, Hunter Nunnally, David Lee Tidwell, Alex Helms, Cameron Durham; (back) coach Josh Smith, Aaron Helms, Randall Scott, Evan Doyle, Cody Brannon, Colman Evans, Zach Doyle, Corey Richey, Zack Yates, Brandon Scott and coach Andy Durham. Not pictured are Harrison Powell and Jeffery Coles.
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Hillcrest boys are WBC champs

Nathan Hibbard
Staff Writer

The 54th Annual WBC Tournament concluded Saturday with Hillcrest's boys and Marmaduke's girls claiming titles in their respective divisions.

Hillcrest - Viola boys

Hillcrest's senior boys proved deserving of their top seed in the boys bracket, as the Screamin' Eagles defeated Viola 59-50 in the boys final

Colman Evans scored 18 points, and Zach Doyle added 14 for Hillcrest. Evan Doyle finished with nine points, and Jeremiah Turner had eight for the Eagles.

Quentin Houghtaling had 24 points for Viola.

Marmaduke - Pocahontas girls

Marmaduke's Lady Greyhounds ran their season record to 15-0 with a 49-33 victory over Pocahontas in the girls final.

Sidnee Bopp led Marmaduke with 21 points, followed by Whitley Boggs with 13 points, and Alexus Jones with eight.

Courtney Baltz led Pocahontas with 12 points, and Laura Junkersfeld added six points.

Hillcrest - Pocahontas boys

Evans rang up 28 points to lead Hillcrest over Pocahontas 65-62 in a boys semifinal game. Doyle scored 16 points for the Eagles. Hunter Nunnally had 10 points, and Evan Doyle added nine.

For Pocahontas, Jacob Futrell led the way with 21 points. Clark Brewington had 18 points, and Brandon Allen had 11.

Viola - Marmaduke boys

In the other boys semifinal, the Viola Longhorns downed the Marmaduke Greyhounds 55-51.

Austin Gardner had 19 points to lead Viola, while Eddie Page led Marmaduke with 23.

Pocahontas - Southside girls

Pocahontas edged Southside 47-45 to earn a spot in the girls' title game.

For the Lady Redskins, Laura Junkersfeld had 13 points. Staci Wiseman had eight points, and Kate Junkersfeld added seven points.

Hoxie - Marmaduke boys

Marmaduke defeated Hoxie in boys action 59-48 on Thursday.

Colton Watson had 24 points, and Jacob Defries had 13 for the Mustangs.

Will Winberry led Marmaduke with 18 points, and Page added 16 points. Kasey Reagans finished with 12 points.

Marmaduke -Corning girls

Marmaduke routed Corning 72-38 in a girls semifinal contest.

Whitley Boggs led the Lady Greyhounds with 17 points. Bopp finished with 13 points, and Jessica Boggs had 11.

Becca Young had 12 points for Corning.

Viola - Maynard boys

Viola coasted to a 76-56 win over the Maynard Tigers on Thursday.

Gardner had 22 points, and Houghtaling added 20 for the Longhorns.

McKenzie Koons led Maynard with 22 points.

WR - Southside girls

The Southside Lady Southerners eliminated Walnut Ridge 51-44 in girls action on Wednesday.

Ashlyn Cothern led the Lady Bobcats with nine points. Tiye Flowers and Allyson McQuay had seven points apiece, and Anna Bland added six points.

Candace Smith had 13 points, and Kaylee Rich had 10 for Southside.

Pocahontas - Riverside boys

Pocahontas defeated Riverside 58-49, behind 22 points from Futrell. Allen finished with 13 points, and Kyle Thielemier finished with six points for the Redskins.

Kollin Stone and Logan Meurer each had 10 points for Riverside.

Hoxie - Marmaduke girls

Whitley Boggs scored 18 points, as the Marmaduke girls rolled past Hoxie 67-31 on Tuesday. Jessica Boggs added 10 points for the Lady Greyhounds.

Krista Coffell led the Lady Mustangs with eight points and six rebounds. Maddison Woodard had seven points, and Courtney Sears finished with six. Grace Hall had four points, and Sarah Manis added three points. Amanda Moskop had two points, and Brandy Alls added a free throw.

Corning - Maynard girls

Corning's Lady Bobcats crushed Maynard 73-36 in girls action on Tuesday.

Katie Scheffler led Corning with 15 points. Shayna Casinger contributed 14 points, while Landon Brownfield and Young had 12 points apiece.

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