DANVILLE — Both Conway Christian and St. Joseph girls golfers placed in Monday’s 2A state tournament at Chamberlyne Golf Club.
The CCS girls combined for a 350 to finishg third behind Spring Hill (315) and Salem (335)
Breanna Keith led CCS with a 96, the fourth lowest round of the day. Fellow senior Sydney Meriweather fired a 121. Leaqnna Sartain came in at 133 and Sarah Neonchuk added a 135.
Playing as individuals, Melissa Hambuchen fired a 105 to lead St. Joseph golfers. Andrea Gosnell came in at 157 and Rachel Ross 159.
GREENBRIER — Beebe defeated Greenbrier, 25-21, 25-17 Saturday in the finals of the Panther Power Jam Volleyball Tournament.
Mackenzie Burrow, Marissa Hollenbaugh and Lexi Levingston were service leaders in the title game. Mackenzie Batterton had five kills and three blocks ad Mackenzie Neumeier, eight assists and seven kills. Marlo Stacy added 33 digs.
In pool play, the Lady Panthers defeated Mayflower, 25-19, 25-16. Haleigh Heacox, Livingston (six aces) and Payton Starkey were service leaders. Batterton led i kills.
Greenbrier defeated Clinton, 25-27, 25-21, 15-10. Burrow had seven kills was 10 of 11 on serves with 11 digs. Batterton and Marissa Hollenbaugh led i kills and Neumeier had nine assists. Stacy had 33 digs. Starkey had 12 assists and was 13 of 13 on serves.
“I was very proud of he way the girls played all day,” said Greenbrier coach Cindy Hartman. Lexi Livingston had six aces against Mayflower to help us win our first match. Kenzie Batterton’s 14 kills in our second match against Clinton sparked us to that win. Neumeier and Starkey helped with many great sets all day to help get our offene moving. Stacy led our defense in digs. Hollenbaugh, Burrow ad Heacox showed great leadership skills to help secure the wins.”
Also last week, Greenbrier lost a tight match to Huntsville, 20-25, 18-25, 25-21, 21-25.
Batterton Burrow, Hollenbaugh, Neumeier, Stacy and Carson Roberts had strong games.
The Lady Panthers won the JV game, 25-15, 25-19. Savannah Boyer was perfect on serves and had 10 kills. Sarah Langston, Roberts and Emma Scribner were leaders on serves while Katie Jones had four assists.
In a loss to Vilonia, Hollenbaugh, Batterton and Burrow were outstanding. Greenbrier defeated the Lady Eagles in the JV game, 25-19, 25-20. Roberts, Scribner, Heather Wilcox Savannah Baker, Haley Hillard and Jones had strong games.
GREENBRIER — In the Panther Power Jam, St. Joseph lost to Cabot, then defeated Sylvan Hills and Pulaski Robinson.
“Even though, we did not win them all it was a good tournament,” said St. Joseph coach Luke Davis. “We played some good teams and it looked like we got better. This was great practice before the second half of our season.”
Megan Briggler had 12 kills and Taylor Womack, 10, for the Lady Bulldogs (9-7, 6-2). Rachel Briggler, Madison Seiter and Madeline Moix were service leaders. Rachel Briggler had four aces and 26 kills. Womack had four blocks and Madeline Moix 3. Meagan Briggler had 28 digs and Madison Seither 13.
ONEONTA, Ala. — The Hendrix College men’s golf team finished 10th at the Southern Athletic Association Fall Preview held Sunday and Monday at Limestone Springs Golf Club. The Warriors shot a two-round score of 349-341-690.
Junior Travis Weeks led Hendrix with an 84-82=166, tying for 44th place. Sophomore John Weirich finished 50th with an 87-80-163. Freshman Logan Taylor followed in 54th place at 93-84-175 and sophomore Cory Ziegler tied for 57th at 87-92-179. Sophomore Dalton Hoose shot a 97-95-192, finishing in 61st.
Oglethorpe won the tournament with a two-round score of 569.