CROSSETT — Star City sewed up its 85th consecutive conference victory in girls basketball and, more importantly, another conference championship Thursday.

CROSSETT — Star City sewed up its 85th consecutive conference victory in girls basketball and, more importantly, another conference championship Thursday.


Behind Jaida Harden’s 22 points and Lindsay Kiernan’s 18, Star City rolled to a 72-40 victory over Crossett. The win gave the Lady Dogs (22-2, 12-0 in 8-4A) a three-game lead over the Lady Eagles (16-4, 8-3) with two games remaining in league play.


Star City was ahead 32-16 at halftime.


Dumas 55, Warren 51


DUMAS — The Lady Cats, who trailed 16-6 through one quarter, outscored the Lady Jacks 16-3 in the third and held on for a four-point victory.


Dumas (15-9, 7-4 in 8-4A) clawed back in the game to pull within 28-24 at halftime before the big run. Whitney Henderson was Dumas’ only double-digit scorer with 13 points.


For Warren, Shamiqua Pickett had 23 points and Morgan Gathen added 13.


BOYS


McGehee 77, Drew Central 63


MONTICELLO — Six days after tipoff, McGehee finally settled the score with Drew Central.


Both teams met Thursday to play the fourth quarter of a game that was halted last Friday due to inclement weather. McGehee (14-0, 7-0 in 8-3A) expanded a 53-45 lead en route to the win.


The Owls counted on balanced scoring to win. Evander Bailey led the way with 24 points, Trevon Spratt added 16, Tracy Lawson had 13 and Kieanis Henry added 12.


Drew Central is now 9-14 overall and 0-7 in 8-3A.


Dumas 75, Warren 67


DUMAS — The Bobcats (10-9, 9-2 in 8-4A) remain firmly in second place in the 8-4A Conference after getting 28 points from Ken Madden in a win over the third-place Lumberjacks (6-6, 6-4).


Both teams picked up the offense after halftime, when Dumas led 29-22.


James Spinks added 21 points for Dumas, Travon Cobb had 13 points and Johnny Gibson finished with seven. For Warren, Darveon Brown led with 17, Von Eric Gonder had 16 and Kaleel Thomas added 10.


JUNIOR HIGH


Dollarway is hosting the 2-4A junior high district tournament for boys and girls, below are scores from Thursday night. The tourney’s semifinals will begin at noon Saturday at Robert F. Morehead Middle School. The finals will take place Wednesday night.


GIRLS


Clinton 41, Dollarway 10


Stuttgart 32, Heber Springs 23


Batesville Southside 31, Newport 23


Marianna 39, Lonoke 37 (OT)


BOYS


Stuttgart 35, Newport 23


Marianna 46, Batesville Southside 26


Dollarway 37, Heber Springs 27


Clinton 54, Lonoke 35