The University of Central Arkansas men’s soccer team earned its first win of the season with a 3-0 victory over the Fort Wayne Mastadons in the Dayton Classic at Dayton, Ohio.
Pepe San Roman and Niklas Brodacki (2) scored for the Bears (1-5) and Marc Olsen had three saves.
The Bears return home to open Missouri Valley Conference play on Wednesday night against Missouri State.
UCA women’s soccer
At Tulsa, Okla., Stacia Carroll’s late goal in the 81st minute gave the UCA women’s soccer team (3-5) a 3-2 victory over Oral Roberts (2-6) on Sunday.
Jordan Slim and Avery Taylor scored for the Bears.
On the day, the Bears were incredibly efficient, taking 14 shots and putting 12 of them on goal.
The Conway High girls golf team easily won the Wampus Cat Invitational last weekend at Centennial Valley Country Club.
Led by medalist Casey Ott’s 147 over 36 holes, the Conway girls combined for a 519, followed by Rogers, 545, Hot Springs Lakeside, 550, Fayetteville, 588, Har-Ber, 619, and Cabot, 650.
Other Conway scores were: Sydney Stiener, 89-83-172; Sam Stiener, 101-99-200; Sarah Raycher, 117-127-244; and Mary Mosley, 116-128-244.
The CHS boys combined for a 650 for a fourth-place finish behind Cabot, 600; Fayetteville, 606, and Rogers, 637. Other boys scores were Little Rock Catholic, 658, Conway Blue, 671, Bryant, 671, Lakeside, 681, Searcy, 745, and Conway Freshmen, 915.
Davis Zimmerman led the Conway White team at 80-79-159, followed by Jon Jackson, 79-83-162, Jackson Goodwin, 85-77-162, Hunter Hull, 82-85-167, and Will Rose, 87-91-178.
Conway Blue scores wee: Jake Jackson, 77-82-159, Blake Brindley, 78-82-160, Jett Tolliver, 84-91-175, Easton McFadin, 96-88-184, and Jackson Hutchins, 89-92-181.
Matthew Stepens fired an 87-99-186 to lead the CHS freshmen.
At Clarksville, Tenn., The Central Arkansas tennis team opened the fall season at the Austin Peay Fall Invitational.
The Sugar Bears had two singles flight winner and added a pair of doubles flight winners, along with a singles flight runner-up.
Chunan Xiang won the second singles flight, while Amiru Shimoguchi finished third in the second flight, Marli Van Heerden won the third singles flight, and Rada Manataweewat finished as the runner-up in the same flight, while in doubles play, Pornpawee Pramethong and Van Heerden won the first flight and Shimoguchi and Xiang partnered to win the second flight.
Central Baptist College had mixed results in weekend sports.
Volleyball: The Lady Mustangs (7-4) defeated Henderson State, 25-22, 25-16, 25-20. Emily Harp had 11 kills and Hope Johnson .
Cross county: The CBC men finished eighth among nine teams and the women 10th out of 11 in the UCA Cross County Challenge at Beaverfork Lake Park.
T.J. Tapley was the second highest finishing runner for CBC, finishing 54th with a time of 21:01.6.Macy Burroughs finished 43rd out of 83 runners in the women’s race in 20:42.6. Gloria Bell finished 52nd overall, posting a time of 22:28.7
Men’s soccer At Clarksville, the University of the Ozarks (3-1) took a 2-1 victory over the Mustangs (0-4). Jarrel Grimes scored for CBC. Bryce Deaton had six saves.
Women’s soccer: Texas Wesleyan (2-1) surged past the Lady Mustangs (0-5), 8-0 Saturday. Annabeth Townsend and Aaliyah Block both attempted shots on goal for CBC.
The Lady Panthers split two volleyball matches last week against Searcy and Batesville.
Greenbrier (5-4, 1-0) defeated Searcy, 25-5, 25-18, 25-23.
Highlighs: Brae Denton eight kills, three blocks; Shelby Coats, five kills, Raven Gray, three blocks; Carrie Jo Harville, Cassidy Lear, Hollis Redden and Olivia Parker, perfect on serves. Parker, 11 assists; Redden, 10 assists.
The JV won, 25-11, 25-13. Grace House had three kills and Kyndal Johnson, 14 assists.
Batesville won, 16-25, 25-16, 25-17, 25-20. Denton had 12 kills and three blocks. Coats added six kills. Redden led in assists with 12.
The Lady Panthers won the JV game, 25-14, 25-18. House had four kills and three blocks. McKenzie Shannon had five kills.