Landon Enderlin led St. Joseph’s boys to the 2A-3 golf championship Monday at the Links at Cadron Valley.
Enderlin fired a 75 for medalist honors.
St. Joseph golfers combined for a 262 to defeat Bigelow by seven strokes. Conway Christian was third at 294, St. Joseph and Bigelow qualified as teams for Tuesday’s 2A state tournament at Conway Country Club with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.
Other St. Joseph scores were: Landon Bruich, 84; Braden Brorman, 98; and Nash Nichols, 100.
“I was proud of the boys; they did a good job today,” said St. Joseph coach Chris Kordsmeier. “We are looking forward to competing in the state tournament.”
The Hendrix College volleyball team swept Oglethorpe University 25-12, 25-16, 25-18, in Southern Athletic Association action at Grove Gymnasium on Sunday.
The Warriors (11-7, 2-3 SAA) hit .354, the second-highest mark of the season, while connecting on 40 kills, 11 aces, 43 digs and five blocks.
Senior outside hitter Katie Burchfield tied her career-high by hitting .500 with 12 kills and seven digs. Freshman outside MC Rogers added 10 kills while hitting .444. Freshman right side hitter Natalie Masten added six kills and freshman Holyn Duyck had four kills, 20 assists and four aces. Junior libero Ella Concavage-Nasar came up with seven digs.
UCA WOMEN’S SOCCER
NATCHIOTOCHES, La. — The University of Central Arkansas’ women’s soccer team scored three first-half goals on the way to a 3-0 victory over Northwestern State on Sunday to begin Southland Conference play at 2-0, a first for the program.
Adriana Lucar scored two goals and Shelby Wilson one for UCA against the Lady Demons (3-7-1, 1-2-1).
Kaitlyn Keith and Lyndzey Goff combined for the shutout, each making two saves in 45 minutes of play.
CBC MEN’S SOCCER
After starting the season 0-6, the Baptist College men’s soccer team reeled off two straight victories in Oklahoma, downing Bacone, 4-2, and Hillsdale College, 5-0.
Scoring goals for the Mustangs against Hillsdale were Sabelo Hlongwane, two, Joe Adkins, Shafial Mason (Hlongwane assist) and Michael Morin (assist Hlongwane).
Sophomore Alberto Pinto, making his first start in goal for the Mustangs, earned the victory.
CBC will begin Midland Collegiate Athletic Conference play Saturday at Bellevue, Neb.
Greenbrier’s volleyball team lost to Vilonia, then defeated Huntsville last week.
The Lady Panthers lost to Vilonia, 25-21, 25-12, 22-25, 25-18.
Harlie Langston had five kills and seven blocks for the Lady Panthers while Cameron Roberts added five kills. Marissa Hollenbaugh was the service leader with six kills. Payton Starkey had 11 assists and Savannah Baker and Kenzie Batterton were block leaders.
Greenbrier won the JV game, 22-25, 25-19, 15-11. Katie Jones and Emily Moore were perfect on serves while Kobie Hartman was 13 of 14 on serves with 12 assists. Baker and Clendenin were kill leaders.
The Lady Panthers defeated Huntsville, 25-20, 25-19, 25-21. Roberts had eight kills with Batteron seven kills and three blocks. Makenzie Burrow was perfect on serves with seven kills. Starkey was perfect on serves with 12 assists. Hartman had 10 assists and Courtney Madden was nine of 10 on serves.
Greenbrier won the JV match, 25-8, 25-9. Outstanding players for the Lady Panthers were Baker, Hartman, Jones, Langston, Moore and Clendenin.
HENDRIX FIELD HOCKEY
SEWANEE, Tenn. — The Hendrix College field hockey lost to Sewanee-The University of the South, 6-2, in a road Southern Athletic Association game on Sunday.
The host Tigers (4-3, 2-2) outshot the Warriors (0-6, 0-4) 48-8 overall and 35-6 on goal. Freshman keeper Gabryele Pochron, the nation’s leader in saves, kept the Warriors in the game with 29 saves, the second most in school history.