The Prescott Curley Cubs finished their year of hoops with some hardware despite falling short in the district tournament finals over the weekend hosted at Genoa Central. The Curley Cubs had two dominant rounds topping Fouke 39-13 and Gurdon 50-17, but falling in the championship game to No. 1 seed Centerpoint Jr. Knights 35-30.

The Prescott Curley Cubs finished their year of hoops with some hardware despite falling short in the district tournament finals over the weekend hosted at Genoa Central. The Curley Cubs had two dominant rounds topping Fouke 39-13 and Gurdon 50-17, but falling in the championship game to No. 1 seed Centerpoint Jr. Knights 35-30.
Despite the loss, the Curley Cubs had a productive season of junior high boys basketball action several dominant victories during the regular season. The Curley Cubs had huge wins at home over Ashdown, Mena, Cossatot River, Horatio and Genoa with a strong finish during tournament play hosted at Nashville and Hot Springs Lakeside back in November-December 2017.
Head coach Beau Brickell was very pleased by the Curley Cubs production on the hardwood this 2017-18 basketball season. Brickell felt the Cubs competed well and hard during their tournament run in district and brought a competitive sense of urgency of fight in the boys championship game to finish the season district tourney runner-ups.
7-3A BOYS JR. HIGH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 2018
First Round
CURLEY CUBS 39, FOUKE 13
Prescott came out as the aggressors early and held the Fouke Jr. Panthers scoreless in first quarter play with the Curley Cubs leading 10-0. In the second, the Curley Cubs outscored Fouke 21-7. At the break, Prescott led Fouke, 31-7. In the second half, the Curley Cubs outscored Fouke 18-6 for both third and fourth quarter scoring combine with Prescott marching onto an 26-point first round victory. For the game, Curley Cubs' Jacaylon Zachery led scoring with 10 points for double-figures. Jacobi Nolen followed with six points, Devin Rash had five points, Carsten Poole and Caleb Harris finished with three points apiece, Andrew Ellis, Tracy McClinton, Jace Ingram, Chadrius Haynie and Tywan Thompson all contributed two points apiece.