Arnold61, Freeport 27
PANAMA CITYBEACH — Cameron Britton and Bevon Stewart each scored 15 and Jordan Nowells 10 for Arnold (5-19), which hosts Mosley on Saturday. Arnold won the JV game 78-38. Bryce Paton scored 19 and Ryan Thomas 14 for the Marlins’ JV.
Rutherford 63, Niceville 48
NICEVILLE — Khaliel Spearman scored 15 to lead another balanced Rutherford effort. Jai Jencks scored 13, Keith Arts 12 and Kiki Williamson 11 for the Rams (22-3), who host Fort Walton Beach at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Mosley 67, Port St. Joe 51
LYNN HAVEN — Nat Dixon scored 32, Josh Turner had 13 points and eight rebounds and Je’quan Ward and Jacob Harrison each scored seven for Mosley (7-16), which hosts Holmes County today at 1 p.m. Ramello Zaccaro scored 16 and Natrone Lee 14 for Port St. Joe.
Mosley won the JV game 72-70. Avante Garner scored 17, Brien Polter 16, Andrew Davis 12 and Trey Trzaska 10 for Mosley’s JV.
Walton 55, Bay 48
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS — Devian Taylor scored 12 and Corey Brown 10 for Bay (15-10), which competes against Gulf Breeze in the District 1-5A tournament next week. Walton won the JV game 56-44.
Bozeman46, Poplar Springs 36
SAND HILLS — Herbie Harrell scored 21 to lead Bozeman to a win. Bryan Mayo added seven points and nine rebounds for the Bucks (16-7), who are at Wewahitchka today.
Wewahitchka 61, North Bay Haven 48
WEWAHITCHKA — Raheem Wright’s double-double of 22 points and 14 rebounds paced Wewahitchka to the victory. Tony Paige scored 17 and Jabar Hill grabbed 11 rebounds for the Gators (17-6), who host Bozeman today.
North Bay Haven won the JV game 40-34. Jeff Hunter scored 17 for Wewa.
Chipley 54, Vernon 47
CHIPLEY — Trent Forrest scored a game-high 30 and Tyrome Sharpe added 13 points for the Tigers (20-4). Alex Brown led Vernon with 16 points.
Chipley finishes the regular season against visiting Graceville today.
Blountstown 46, Altha 45
ALTHA — Kent Rogers scored 23, Zac Morris 11 and Justin Waldroff seven for Altha, which fell in triple overtime. The teams were tied 33-all at the end of regulation. Simmons 14, Martin eight and Peterson seven.
The Wildcats (8-17) open the District 3-1A tournament against Wewahitchka on Tuesday.
Boys basketball — Surfside defeated North Bay Haven 44-28. Leading scorers for Surfside was Chris Cox with 13 points and Brandon Beezley and Gannon Powell with 10 points each. Surfside is 1-0, North Bay Haven 0-1.
Girls soccer — Surfside defeated North Bay Haven 5-0. Scoring goals for the Sharks were Peyton Peffers and Camryn Means each with two and Kamryn Sheffield. Surfside is 1-0 and North Bay Haven is 0-1.