PARSONS, Kan. —
Carl Junction grabbed control in the first quarter and rolled past Parsons 68-32 Friday night in a boys prep basketball game.
Dustin Satterlee tallied 15 points to lead three Bulldogs in double figures. Cody Vogt and Aaron Nelson contributed 14 and 12 points, respectively.
The Bulldogs (2-1) widened a 24-12 first-quarter lead to 40-16 at halftime and 53-24 after three quarters.
The Bulldogs are at home Monday night against Siloam Springs, Ark.
Tulsa Edison 61, Webb City 48
ROGERS, Ark. — It could easily have been much worse.
Webb City’s boys basketball team committed eight turnovers in the first quarter and spotted Tulsa Edison a 13-0 lead to open the game.
That run proved crucial as Tulsa Edison’s final margin of victory was 13 points.
“Tulsa Edison is really athletic,” Cardinald coach Landon Cornish said. “Once we settled in, we battled back. We cut (the deficit) down to seven in the third quarter.”
Clay Gardner and Zach Hallacy paced the Cardinals with 12 points apiece. Stefone Richardson poured in 19 — including four 3-pointers — to lead the Eagles.
The Cardinals outscored Edison 33-27 in the second half.
“It’ll make us better in the long run,” Cornish said. “I was really happy with the way the kids responded.”
Webb City faces Pea Ridge at 1:30 p.m. today.
Monett wins pair
MONETT, Mo. — Monett swept a double-dual Thursday night by defeating Webb City 49-24 and Diamond 60-18.
Garret Bradley of Monett at 138 pounds pinned both of his opponents, along with teammates Jaron Howard at 145, Ian Meyer at 152 and 160, Gabriel Pryor at 195 and Jacob Negre at 220.
Webb City’s Hunter Vanlue at 160, Brandon Musselman at 195 and Tony Carranco at 285 pinned their Monett opponents, along with Kyle Williams of Diamond at 152.