Cats win overall title in dual golf event

Conway High golfers, with two victories, took home the overall title in the “Cat Classic” this week.


The results of the Wampus Cat Invitational, hosted by Conway at Conway Country Club, and the Charging Wildcat Classic, hosted by North Little Rock at North Hills Country Club, were combined for overall and individual titles.

Conway girls and boys easily won both events.

In the event at North Little Rock, the Conway boys won among 10 full teams with 305 strokes. Collierille, Tenn., was second at 314. CHS took the overall two-day title at 608. Collierville was second at 643.

Thursday, Conway’s girls combined for a 283 to win among four full teams. North Little Rock was second at 318. The Lady Cats took the overall title at 506. Central Arkansas Christian was second at 602,

Whit Parker, with a 72-73, finished second in both tournaments and was the overall boys medalist at 145. Ryan Spurlock of Maumelle won the NLR event at 70.

Conway’s Jackson Goodwin fired a 73 Thursday, followed by Jett Tolliver, 79; Carter Clot, 81; and Clay Bradshaw, 83,

Arkansas Baptist’s Katelyn Dunstonm at 79-75, won the girls overall title, Conway’s Casey Ott won the NLR event with a 70 but did not participate in the Wampus Cat Invitational because of an Arkansas State Golf Association event.

Other CHS girls scores Thursday w4re Logan Tolliver, 83; Alexis McDaniel, 90; Meghan Smith fired a 106.



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