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The Siloam Springs eighth-grade girls had their five-game winning streak snapped on Thursday with a 46-41 loss to Bentonville Fulbright.

The Lady Timberwolves led 11-8 after the first quarter and 19-15 at halftime. Fulbright carried a 29-21 lead into the fourth quarter.

Brooke Ross led the Lady Panthers (14-3) with 17 points, while Mimo Jacklik had 10, Brooke Smith eight and Anna Wlelkinski, Grace Price and Faith Ellis each with two.

Eighth-grade boys

The Siloam Springs eighth-grade boys were defeated Thursday by Bentonville Fulbright 48-41.

The Panthers (8-8) led 16-14 after the first quarter, but Fulbright took a 31-26 lead at halftime. The Timberwolves extended their lead to 37-31 entering the fourth quarter.

Nathan Vachon and Dalton Newman each had 11 points to lead Siloam Springs, while Connor Clayton scored 10, Marcus Molina three and Wilson Cunningham, Samuel Herndon and Levi Fox each with two.

Seventh-grade girls

The Siloam Springs seventh-grade girls were defeated 28-26 in overtime by Bentonville Fulbright on Thursday night to finish their season.

Fulbright led 6-2 after the first quarter and 17-7 at halftime. The Lady Panthers (8-7) trimmed the deficit to 21-16 going into the fourth quarter and tied the game at 26 after the end of regulation.

Chaney Stanaland led the Lady Panthers with 14 points, while Ellen Slater had five, Keely Keener four and Lexi Masters three.

Seventh-grade boys

The Siloam Springs seventh-grade boys wrapped up their season Thursday with a 48-29 loss to Bentonville Fulbright.

The Panthers (8-7) trailed 21-1 after the first quarter and 33-5 at halftime. Siloam Springs got back in the game and cut the Timberwolves' lead to 42-24 entering the fourth quarter.

Nolan Wills led the Panthers with eight points, while Andrew Elkins had five, Ben Stratmen four, Cameron Stafford, Diego Carrizal and Cayden Hanson each with three, Eric Deibler two and Silas Tugwell one.

-- From Staff Reports

Sports on 02/10/2019

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