(File photo by Chip Ford)
Both squads improved to 2-1 overall.
In boy's action, Josh Premeau led all scorers with 23 points, hitting 7-of-8 from the free throw line, Jake McClung added 21 and Dalton Johnson added 19 with five 3-pointers.
Tanner Allee notched double-digits with 10 points and Nathan Andress added two.
Oark found success from beyond the arc to stay close in the first half. But the Highlanders went on a 10-0 run to end the second period and maintained that momentum through the third period, outscoring Oark 24-7 to take a commanding 59-30 lead entering the final stanza.
The Lady Highlanders overcame early foul trouble to dispose of the Lady Hornets, leading 10-3 after the opening period and 18-12 at the half. A 14-5 dominance in the third stanza sprung the game open and Eureka Springs cruised through the fourth.
Taylor Osterhout led the Lady Highlanders with 18 points while Abbey Moore recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Samantha Mueller added eight points, including a pair of 3-pointers and Hayden Mayfield had eight rebounds and four assists.
Eureka Springs also won the junior high girl's game, stinging the Lady Hornets 34-2.
Molly Montez led the Lady Highlanders with eight points, Deidra Asmus added six and Corinna Green, Ariel Pierce, Breanna Malone, Aurora Fields and Ariel Pope had four apiece.
The teams return to action tonight at Haas Hall.