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The Sideline: Mayflower tourney moved; Conway track and Hendrix lacrosse

Posted: May 1, 2014 - 6:00pm

Mayflower tournament moved to Benton

The 5-3A baseball and softball tournaments, originally scheduled to begin Friday at Mayflower, has been shifted to Benton Harmony Grove because of the effects from Sunday’s tornado.

The tournament will be Friday-Monday, with Mayflower as the top seed as the district champion.

“With the tornado damage and all the issues it has presented, we felt it best to allow someone else to host, and Benton Harmony Grove stepped up to the plate on short notice,” said Brent Stallings, Mayflower athletic director.

Mayflower’s softball team will play Friday and the baseball team Saturday at times to be determined.

7A/6A track meet begins Friday

Conway seniors Malik Clemons, Bryan Cox, Chance Garrett, Colin Weatherly, Bryan Wilson, Marcus Winningham, Ke’Air Powell and Patrick Randall will compete for the Wampus Cats in their final conference track meet.

The 7A/6A Central meet will be Friday in Cabot.

Clemons has the second-best time in the 400 meters this season at 50.86. Kennedy King, a junior, holds the second best conference high jump at 6-3. Sophomore Toler Freyaldenhoven leads a group of distance runners who have the second best conference time in the two-mile relay at 8:25.7.

Hendrix men get lacrosse honors

Four players from the Hendrix College men’s lacrosse team have been named to the All-Southern Athletic Association Conference teams.

Senior midfielder Cameron Millstone was selected to the first team, sophomore defenseman Dan D’Ostuni was a second team selection and freshman attacker Carson Boone and freshman faceoff specialist Jason Blatt were honorable mentions.

Millstone, from St. Louis, Mo., was named to the first team for the third time in his career. He led the team with 55 points and 38 goals to go with 17 assists, nine man-up goals, 31 ground balls and five caused turnovers. Millstone ranked fourth in the league in goals, seventh in points and ninth in goals. He also finished his career as the program leader in goals (143), assists (59), points (202) and ground balls (367).

D’Ostuni, from Suffield, Conn., recorded 22 ground balls and was third on the team with 11 caused turnovers.

Boone, of Allen, Texas, had 36 goals and 15 assists for 51 points. He also scored seven man-up goals and picked up 27 ground balls.

Blatt, from Denver, Colo., ranked 10th in the NCAA and led the SAA with 161 ground balls and was 12th in the country and first in the conference with a .667 faceoff percentage (234-of-351).

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