Conway had an easy time with Little Rock Parkview in two volleyball matches Tuesday night.
The Lady Cats won the varsity match, 25-9, 25-8, 25-7 to go to 9-1, 4-1.
McCall Wilkins had nine kills while Matisse Monty added five kills and seven aces. Sara Nethercutt had 14 assists and eight aces. Abby Mann had six digs.
In the JV game, CHS won, 25-8, 25-6.
Courtney Campbell had four aces. Gabby Roark added three digs and Casey Ragsdale two blocks. Alexa Hreha and Casey Ragsdale each had three kills. Nethercutt had 11 assists.
Cownay Christian downed Atkins, 25-26, 25-15, 25-21, in volleyball Monday night.
Payton Kope had seven assists and 16 assists. Olivia Meriweather had three aces, four digs and five kills. Morgan May had three aces, one dig and five kills. Emily Hill had two aces and 21 digs. Andrea Howell had four kills. Other kill leaders were Landry May and Jordan Williams.
CCS won the JV game, 25-23, 25-19.
Megan Ledbetter had six digs, one kills and 24 assists. Katelyn Helms added one aces, six digs and four kills. Other outstanding players were Lyndi Dather, Shelby Bradley, Autumn Jones and Hannah Eaton.
BURLINGTON, Iowa — The University of Central Arkansas men’s golf team finished sixth on Tuesday at the Golfweek Conference Challenge played at Spirit Hollow Golf Course.
The Bears shot 882 overall. Missouri won the event with an 857 score, followed by Wake Forest (865), Tulsa (867), Iowa (877), Ball State (878), UCA, Jacksonville State (894), San Francisco (895), Xavier (900), Kansas (902), Long Beach State, Louisiana-Lafayette and San Jose State (903), Florida Gulf Coast (914) and Campbell (929).
Sophomore Pep Angles led UCA with rounds of 77-67-75-219 to finish tied for 13th overall. Senior Austen Moix shot 75-74-74-223, as did junior Richard Farmer (76-70-77-223) and tied for 24th. Sophomore David Morago (74-76-76-226) tied fr 37th and freshman James Newton tied for 41st (83-69-75-227).
The Greenbrier boys senior cross country team raced to a second-
place finish Tuesday at a 10-team meet at Greers Ferry meet.
Foster Hines finished eighth overall finish in 18:51. Ryan Treat came in 10th in 19:04 time followed by Austin Sitzes in 12th place at 19:28. Also scoring for the Panthers were Kyle Cain in 19:51 and Rayce Baker in 20:27.
Ryan Beegle, Jared McKenzie, and Andrew Cook completed the Panther running
For the Panther senior girls, Kaitlyn Watson covered the 5K course
in 28:23.65. Running for the junior high team was Emma Cochran who completed the shorter 2.5K race in 13:03. The junior boys were represented by Bryce Vest, who ran the 2.5K course in 12:57.
In Saturday’s Conway Open meet, Treat led the effort for the Panthers with a 17th-place finish in 18:54.
Sitzes placed 19th in a time of 19:05. Valdez and Hines finished 30th and 31st, respectively.The team’s fifth place scorer was Cain in 20:22. Also racing through the rain for the Panthers were Baker, Beagle,
Mckenzie, and Andrew Cook.
In the season girls division, Watson led the Lady Patnhers in 28:41. Allisyn Sitzes paced the junior girls.
Ruth Doyle Middle School defeated Bob Courtway Middle School on Monday night, 12-6. to win its inaugural seventh-grade football game.
Donald Jones scored the two touchdowns for RDMS, a 3-yard run in the first half and a 65-yard run in the second half.
Turning in strong offensive efforts for RDMS were Chase Fisher, Will Rose, Matt Floyd, Cole Hoover, Skylar Teague, Jaren Macon, Parker King, Thomas Cloyd, and David Tribble.
The defense was lead by Jarrett Hoover, Darnell Washington, Adonis Johnson, Zack Friddle, Kelvin Beasley, DeMarco Taylor, Tares Hunts, and Joah Gomez.