Dec. 26 Holiday Basketball Tournament Central



The Holiday Tournaments get going today and the O-Zone has you covered. Find scores for all of the area's games below along with links to photos, stories and videos as they become available. Are we missing your score? Text us at stats@ky3.com or tweet us @OzarksOzone.

Blue and Gold

Gold Division -- CLICK HERE FOR THE BRACKET -- CLICK HERE FOR A PREVIEW

Aurora 61, Camdenton 56 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY
     The Houn' Dawgs surged back in the second half and took the lead with three minutes left in the fourth quarter. Josh Fronabarger led Aurora with 18 points. Kullen Carlock led the Lakers with 24 points.

Nixa 85, Conway 57 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
   Logan Middleton and Chase Allen had 25 each for the Eagles. They were followed by Jacob Ruder with 18. Josh Cunningham led the Bears with 24.   

Strafford 61, Morrisville 24 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
   Kyle Foley led the Indians with 17 points. Dallas Hester had 10. Brevin Hill tallied 12 points for the Panthers. Strafford held Morrisville scoreless in the second quarter.

Bolivar 59, Greenwood 25 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY
   Coday Garrison led the Liberators with 13 points. Riley Keith led the Blue Jays with 12.

West Plains 70, Ava 55 - FINALCLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY
       Ava's Brandon Guengerich knocked down a game-high 16 points, while Cooper Emerich added 14. West Plains was led by Justin Davis with 15 points and Camerson Butler's 14.

Republic 71, Willow Springs 15 - FINAL CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
       Canyon Smith netted a game-high 16 points, including four 3-pointers. Dakota Fortner added 12 points and Cody Geiger had 10.

Hartville 63, Lebanon 46 - FINAL  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
       Hartville's Shade Piper finished the night with a game-high 27 points, 17 of which came in the first half alone.

Hillcrest 60, Mansfield 51 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
       Jacob Caruso dropped a game-high 23 points despite Mansfield's loss. Juwan Johnson of Hillcrest tallied up 18 points to lead the Hornets.

Blue Division -- CLICK HERE FOR THE BRACKET -- CLICK HERE FOR A PREVIEW

Marshfield 58, Spokane 49 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY
   Bradey Welsh led the Blue Jays with 20 points and Lukas Clift had 13. Caleb Gulck and Caleb Claybrook had nine points each for the Owls.

Kickapoo 64, Fair Grove 45 - FINAL  - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
   Parker Dean led the Chiefs with 12 points while Jack Simpson and Matt Ridder each had 11. Jayden Happel led Fair Grove with 18 points and Garrett Kesterson had 17. 

Rogersville 82, Clever 68 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY
   Corbin Medley and Christian Brown each had 22 points for the Wildcats. Clever was led by Jared Albright with 19.

Branson 41, Mountain Grove 30 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
  Da'quan Ervin and Santana Texeira each had 12 points for Branson. Bobby Otwell had 15 to lead Mountain Grove

Crane 49, Hollister 38 - FINAL CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY
       Zach Chastain and Clay Stumpff both picked up 15 points to lead Crane. Justin Washington contributed seven points, 15 rebounds, and six blocks. Ethan Davidson netted 11 points and Blake Woods scored 10 for Hollister.

Willard 65, Buffalo 16 - FINAL CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
       Chris Kendrix led the Tigers with 24 points.

Mt. Vernon 54, Reeds Spring 34 - FINAL CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS -- CLICK HERE FOR A STORY
         Chandler Myers dropped 26 points to lead the Mountaineers over Reeds Spring in the first round of the Blue and Gold.

Ozark 82, Skyline 50 - FINAL CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS

Cabool Boys Tournament - First Round -- CLICK HERE FOR RECAP

Licking 69, Houston 62 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
   Licking was led by Lane Duncan with 24 points. Houston received 21 points from Aaron Cantrell.

Eminence 71, Norwood 52 - FINAL- CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
   Eminence was led by Logan Dyer's 25 points and nine rebounds. Norwood sophomore Max Malone scored 17 points.

Winona 64, Seymour 31 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
   Jake Smith scores a game-high 16 points. Seymour was led by sopomore Cortland Yates with 14 points.

Thayer 91, Lutie 34 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
       Will Tillman scored a game-high 19 points to lead Thayer. Jake Gooley paced Lutie with 14.

Cabool 67, Plato 56 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
       Tanner Barnes led four Bulldogs in double figures with a game-high 22. Wyatt Penly scored 16 to lead Plato.

Gainesville 88, Couch 58 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
        Gainesville's Thomas Ritter scored his 1,000th career point, finishing with 31.

Dora 70, Sparta 52 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS

Richland Holiday Tournament
Iberia 70, Laquey 24 - FINAL

Walnut Grove Holiday Classic - Girls Quarterfinals -- CLICK HERE FOR A PRIMER

Walnut Grove 69, Fordland 33 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  CLICK HERE FOR A RECAP
        The Lady Tigers beat Fordland 69-33 behind Heather Harman's 24 points. WG advances to the semifinals against the winner of Galena-Southwest.

Galena 44, Southwest 33 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS   CLICK HERE FOR A STORY
Galena's Kenna Greenway paved the way with 22 points. Southwest was led by Montana Hendrix's 12 points and Shannon Mitchell's 10.

Chadwick 66, Halfway 35 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS    CLICK HERE FOR A RECAP
       Chadwick's Maddie Hursh contributed a game-high performance of 21 points. Kailyn Rozell scored 16 points and Hailee Stevens chipped in with 15. Kersten Shuler netted 15 points for Halfway.

Dora 64, Spokane 50 - FINAL -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS     CLICK HERE FOR A RECAP
       Kelsi Land and Hannah Masters each scored 18 for Dora. Freshman Meghan Robertson led Spokane with 11 points. .


Walnut Grove Holiday Classic - Girls Consolation Quarterfinals

Monett 62, Billings 39 - FINAL
       Monett's Kelsey Wiseman led the Lady Cubs with 14 points. Alyssa Young dropped a game-high 15 despite Billings' loss.

Hurley 76,  Miller 60 - FINAL
   Hurley's Zava Bennett tallied up 31 points to lead all scorers. Alexis Gold netted 16.  Amber Owens led Miller with 14 points.

Pleasant Hope 70, Humansville 6 - FINAL
      Starla Staffen's 30-point showing paved the way for Pleasant Hope. Becca Altic chipped in with 15 and Kori Hillenburg had 13.
      

Neosho Holiday Tournament - Boys

Carthage 57, East Newton 46 - FINAL
  Cory Prevost led Carthage with 15 points followed by Anthony Turk with nine. Bryce Zimmerman led East Newton with 27 Points.

Bentonville (Ark.) 57, Parkview 38 - FINAL
  
Tyrik Dixon led Bentonville with 14 points. Autry Acord led the Vikings with 20.

Morrilton (Ark.) 72, Pierce City 33 - FINAL

St. Joe Lafayette 53, Van Buren (Ark.) 47 - FINAL

McDonald County 61, Webb City 47 - FINAL

Neosho 76, Lead Hill (Ark.) 44 - FINAL

Neosho Holiday Tournament - Girls

McDonald County 38, Pierce City 37 - FINAL

East Newton 77, Neosho JV 9 - FINAL

Neosho 75, Forrest City (Ark.) 64 - FINAL

Van Buren (Ark.) 55, Seneca 45 - FINAL

Lebanon Tournament - Girls -- CLICK HERE FOR A PRIMER
Bolivar 56, Eugene 21 - FINAL

Buffalo 73, Salem 57 - FINAL

10:00 AM - Conway vs. Dixon

Rolla Tournament

St. James 72, Houston 18 - FINAL

Waynesville 68, Benton 41 - FINAL

Rolla boys 89, Fulton 62 - FINAL

Video: Kickapoo 64, Fair Grove 45


Video: Rogersville 82, Clever 68


Video: Nixa 85, Conway 57


Video: Strafford 61, Morrisville 24


Video: Crane 49, Hollister 38


Video: Willard 65, Buffalo 16


Video: West Plains 70, Ava 55


Video: Republic 71, Willow Springs 15

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