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State Championship Weekend concludes Saturday

HOT SPRINGS, AR (KAIT) - State championship weekend continues Saturday at the Summit Arena.

In the first game of the day, Mountain View beat Valley Springs 37-35 to win the 3A Girls State Championship. Jessica Flanery had 19 points in the Yellowjackets win.

Westside fell a game short of repeating the 4A title. The Warriors lost to Clarksville 60-54. Hunter Mickelson had 24 points and Dylan Clark had 12 for Westside.

Little Rock Hall won their second straight state title in the nightcap. The Warriors beat West Memphis 51-44 for the 7A Boys State Championship. These teams met in 2010 for the 6A state title, with Hall winning 64-59.

On Friday, Rivercrest beat West Fork 63-48 to win the 3A Boys State Championship. The victory completes a Colt trifecta. The red and grey won track and football titles in 2010. Demoine Brown was named the MVP after a 24 point, 5 rebound performance.

Watson Chapel beat Alma 67-56 for the 5A Girls state title. The 5A Boys state title game was the Isaac McCoy show. The Oklahoma State-signee in football had 39 points, 20 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 blocks as Alma beat Sylvan Hills 80-64 for the 5A Boys State Championship.

The nightcap featured Calico Rock. The Lady Pirates beat Sacred Heart 50-38 to win the 1A Girls state title. It's the first state championship for Calico Rock since 1976.

Four state titles were decided Thursday. In the first game of the day, Shiloh Christian beat Prairie Grove 51-43 to win the 4A Girls State Championship. The second game was one of the more anticipated state finals. Bay faced off with 3-1A East rival Black Rock for the fourth time this season.

The Jackets beat the Zebras 67-40 to win their first state title since 1965. Gunner Freeman was one of three Bay players in double figures. The junior had 16 points and 10 rebounds and was selected as the MVP.

The third game of the day was the closest. Parkers Chapel missed a three at the buzzer, giving England a 31-29 win and the 2A Girls State Championship.

In the nightcap, East Poinsett County won their first state title since 2004. The Warriors beat Parkers Chapel 53-38. Ky Madden and Jammar Sturdivant each had 15 points in the victory.

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