RUSSELLVILLE — Lincoln Hill fired a 3-under 33 Monday to lead Conway to a 3-stroke victory in a golf match at Russellville Country Club.
The Cats finished at 147, folllowed by Russellville, 150; and Greenwood, 165.
Other scores by the Conway A team were: Chase Netherton, Parker Rice, Carson Roberts, all 38; and Tanner Bezet 39.
Austin Smith led the CHS B team with a 37, followed by J.P. Wade,40; Grant Kisinger, 46; Carter Cole, 49; and Josh Walker 50.
Summar Roachell’s 37 led the Lady Cats to an easy victory. Conway compiled a 123, followed by Greenwood, 147; and Mount St. Mary, 149.
Other scores by Conway were: Alexis McDaniel and Morgan Clark, 43; Tristan Jenkins and Anna Turner, 46; Emily Lock, 50.
The Hendrix College men’s soccer team tied the school record for shutouts in a season with a 3-0 win over Howard Payne University at Warrior Field on Monday night.
The Warriors (4-0-1) have yet to allow a goal all season and freshman keeper Marco Luna broke the program record with his fifth shutout of the year.
Luna, from Guatemala City, posted four saves and stretched his streak to 470 consecutive scoreless minutes.
Hendrix opened the scoring in the fifth minute on a freshman Steve Cochrun goal. Senior Connor Silvestri, Hendrix’ career goals leader, made the game 2-0 just before halftime on a fast break after passes from Luna and freshman forward Pedro Sagone. Sagone netted the final goal in the 80th minute with an assist from Cochrun.
Hendrix will return to action on Friday when they open the Warrior Classic with Simpson College at 7 p.m.
Both Conway high school and junior high cross country combined for three fifth-places finishes Saturday at the Bob Gravette Cross Country Meet at Arkadelphia.
The Conway Cross Country teams competed at the Bob Gravett cross country meet at OBU last Saturday.
The high school boys finished fifth with Bryan Wilson leading the way with a 17th-place finish in 17:50. Christopher Mendoza finished 18th in 17:57.
Other finishers for the Wampus Cats were: Pablo Hurtado, 23rd, 18:07; Jacob Fahr, 25th, 18:12; and Haiden Merisiovsky, 43rd, 19:04.
The high aschool girls finished eighth overall, led by Kayla Hickey’s 41st-place finish in 23:49. Christiana Thompson was 49th in 24:30; Drake Rea, 56th in 25:02; Abby Bryant, 58th, 25:03; Haley Schichtl, 64th, 25:33.
In junior high, the Cats’ Toler Freyaldenhoven won among a field of 174 runners in 10:30 over 2 miles. That sparked Conway to a fifth-place finish.
Austin Orvin was 28th in 12:36; Jacob Fisher was 42nd in 13:05. Noah Spencer was 54th in 13:18 and Tyler Youngblood was 58th in 13:32.
The CJHS girls were also fifth. Abby Warren led with a 14th-place finish in 13:45. Angel Mapp was 20th in 14:06.
Andrea Beggs was 27th in 14:26. Sydney Wingfield finished 33rd in 14:38. Casey Campbell was 48th in 15:12.
Ruth Doyle Middle School’s volleyball team took a 25-20, 25-22 victory over Vilonia on Monday night. Bailey Glover had eight aces and Tierra Bonner and Madison Hefner three aces. Olivia Cummins had four digs.
Ruth Doyle won th B game 25-12, 14-25 and 15-9. Lauren Lomas had two digs. Lacey Simpson had six aces and Taylor Arnold three.