March 5, 2014 Edition

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BR regular season
games recounted

Nathan Hibbard
Staff Writer

The Black Rock senior high basketball teams closed out the regular season with games at Mammoth Spring and Harrisburg.

Mammoth Spring

In senior boys action, Mammoth Spring pulled away in the second half for a 78-65 victory on Feb. 11.

Caleb McKenzie kept Black Rock close by dropping 17 points in the first half to keep the Zebras within one point at halftime, 36-35. Mammoth Spring came back and outscored the Zebras 23-13 in the third quarter to open a 59-48 lead. The Zebras answered the Bears' baskets with baskets in the fouth quarter, but was unable to close the gap.

McKenzie led the Zebras with 31 points. Ryan Roberts followed with 17 points, and Derrek Nunally added 10.

The Black Rock senior girls fell to Mammoth Spring 77-56.

The Lady Bears led 24-11 after one quarter, 49-28 at halftime and 66-45 heading into the fourth quarter.

Rachael Weekley led the Lady Zebras with 15 points, followed by Megan Carey and Caylia Ervin with 11 points each.

Black Rock played their final regular season games at Harrisburg on Feb. 14.

In the girls game, Harrisburg jumped out to a 24-8 first-quarter lead en route to a 66-31 win. The Lady Hornets led 39-18 at halftime. Weekley led Black Rock with 14 points.

The boys contest went much the same way, with Harrisburg bolting out to a 13-3 advantage at the end of the first quarter. The Hornets led 29-16 at intermission on their way to a 68-44 win over the Zebras.

McKenzie led Black Rock with 17 points.

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