SPRINGDALE -- Springdale Southwest outscored the Siloam Springs ninth-grade boys by 12-9 in the fourth quarter and that was the difference in the Cougars' 33-30 victory on Monday night.
Siloam Springs led 8-4 after the first quarter, but Southwest rallied to tie the game 14-14 at halftime.
Both teams scored seven points in the third quarter for a 21-21 score going into the fourth.
Breck Soderquist led the Panthers (7-8) with 10 points, while Max Perkins had nine, Jackson Ford four, Elijah Coffey three, Cam Collins two and Dusty Buckner and Colin Evers each with one.
Siloam Springs was defeated by Southwest 43-38 in the ninth-grade girls game.
Southwest led 12-11 after the first quarter, but Siloam Springs rallied to take a 21-19 lead at halftime. The Lady Panthers extended their lead to 31-25 going into the fourth quarter, where Southwest outscored Siloam Springs 18-7.
Mia Hevener led the Lady Panthers (10-5) with 15 points, while Sydney Moorman had 12, Jadyn Still six and Julia Jackson five.
The ninth-grade teams return to action on Thursday at Springdale George.
The Siloam Springs eighth-grade boys picked up a 33-15 win over Springdale Southwest on Monday inside Panther Activity Center.
It was the third straight win for the Panthers (5-5), who led 7-1 after the first quarter, 12-9 at halftime and 25-11 going into the fourth quarter.
Jedidiah Hunter and Brendan Lashley each scored 10 points for Siloam Springs, while Hunter Talley had four, Carter Winesburg and Caden Pharr each had three, Patrick Church two and Jace Sutulovich one.
The eighth-grade girls defeated Southwest 42-9
Siloam Springs (4-6) led 6-3 after the first quarter and 20-5 at halftime. The Lady Panthers pulled ahead 29-9 going into the fourth quarter, where it outscored Southwest 13-0.
Reina Tiefel led Siloam Springs with 18 points, while Jessica Doshier had six, Sidney Pfeiffer and Halle Hernandez each with five, Bethany Markovich four and Naomi Boyd and Grace Arrington each with two.
The eighth-grade teams are scheduled to host Springdale George on Thursday.
The seventh-grade girls defeated Springdale Tyson on Monday at Panther Arena 41-4. The Lady Panthers led 14-2 after the first quarter and 35-4 at halftime and 41-4 going into the fourth quarter.
Brooke Ross led the Lady Panthers with 13 points, while Kalianhni Jacklick had eight, Grace Price, Cailee Johnson and Faith Ellis all had four, and Anna Wleklinski, Sophie Stephenson, Audrey Sears and Emily Myers all with two each.
The seventh-grade girls played in a jamboree on Saturday against Gravette, Providence Academy and Moseley.
The Maroon team went 3-0 with wins of 18-2 versus Gravette, 26-12 against Providence and 18-8 against Moseley. The White team went 1-1, losing to Gravette 9-6 and defeating Providence 18-8.
The seventh-grade boys defeated Tyson 44-40 on Monday in the PE Gym at Siloam Springs Middle School.
Nathan Vachon led the Panthers with 19 points, while Conner Clayton had nine, Gabriel Cruz six, Dalton Newman four, Levi Fox and Camden Blackfox each with two and Andrew Pilcher and Jaxson Spence each with one.
The seventh-grade boys also participated in the jamboree held Saturday.
Siloam Springs' A team went 2-1 overall defeating Gravette 26-15 and Moseley 24-17 before losing Providence 18-16.
In the win against Gravette Clayton had 10, Newman six, Pilcher four and Vachon and Blackfox each with two.
Newman led the Panthers with 10 points in the win against Moseley, while Clayton had five, Vachon and Fox each with three, Blackfox two and Cruz one.
Against Providence, Vachon led with nine points, while Spence had three and Clayton and Pilcher each with two.
The B team went 1-1, defeating Gravette 16-6 led by four points each from Solomon Kingfisher, Marcus Molina and Nick Driscoll and two each from Tristan Hansen and Gabriel Cruz.
Providence defeated the Panthers 17-6 with Cruz scoring four points and Molina two.
The seventh-grade teams play at Gentry on Thursday.Sports on 01/24/2018