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Conway High School’s football staff and players will be holding their annual Future Wampus Cat Peewee Camp, May 29-31.
The camp will be from 8-11:30 a.m.
Kindergarten through sixth grade are invited to attend. Cost is $60. Registration forms will be handed out at each school or they be picked up at the Wampus Cat Fieldhouse.
Hendrix College sophomore Elizabeth Krug and junior David Spriewald have named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Field Athletes of the Week.
Krug, from Heber Springs, tallied a 4,619 point performance in the heptathlon at the Washington University Invitational, her second- best career effort, behind her NCAA Division III Championships score of 4,658 last spring. She recorded personal records in 100-meter hurdles (15.81) and 200 meters (25.70), both of which were school records.
Krug ranks in the top 10 of the conference in every event from the heptathlon and is second in the nation, just 16 points behind the national leader.
Spriewald, of Marburg, Germany, improved his personal best in the decathlon to score 5,784 at the Washington University Invitational. On day one, he recorded personal records in all five events. Spriewald added two more personal bests on day two in the pole vault and discus.
He currently ranks 11th in the nation and is ranked in the top 10 in the SCAC in seven of the 10 events.
The University of Central Arkansas’ baseball game scheduled for Tuesday at UAPB was rained out.
The game has been rescheduled for 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, in Pine Bluff.
UCA returns to Southland Conference action this weekend, playing at Southeastern Louisiana. The series begins on Thursday because of Easter.
MADISON, Miss. _ The University of Central Arkansas men’s golf team finished second by a stroke on Tuesday at the Ole Miss BancorpSouth Intercollegiate tournament at Reunion Golf and Country Club.
Junior Austen Moix of Conway tied for third place after shooting rounds of 67-72 for a 5-under 139 in the rain-shortened tournament. Freshman David Morago was fifth at 67-73-140. Freshman Pep Angles shot 79-67-146 and tied for 32nd along with teammate and senior Antonio Costa (72-74-146). Senior Josh Sims tied for 49th at 76-73-149.
Wichita State won the tournament with a 566 score, followed by UCA (567), Central Florida, Alabama-Birmingham and Memphis (571), Middle Tennessee and Southeastern Louisiana (574), UMKC (580), Ole Miss and Mississippi State (582), UT Arlington ((583), South Alabama (589), UNC-Greensboro (597), Southern Miss (601), Francis Marion (602) and Jackson State (607).
Jonathan Fly of Memphis won the tournament with a 136 score.