Sports roundup: St. Joseph basketball, CBC wrestling

Perryville’s boys and Clinton’s girls split with each other with each winning basketball championships at the Joe Mallett Classic.

 

Perryville woon the boys title with a 74-46 victory over Clinton. Clinton won the girls title with a 51-48 victory over Perryville.

Fountain Lake took third place in the boys division with a 61-46 win over Mayflower.

England defeated Fountain Lake, 43-31, in the third-place girls game.

Guy-Perkins defeated St. Joseph’s boys, 78-56.

Caleb Hiegel led the Bulldogs with 16 points. Triple Williams added 10 and eight rebounds. John McKenna had eight points and seven rebounds.

Quitman vs. St. Joseph

Quitman downed St. Joseph’s boys, 56-41, Friday in regular-season action at the St. Joseph Family Activity Center.

Triple Williams had 10 points and four rebounds. Jack Briggler had 13 points.

St. Joseph won the junior boys game, 47-16. Luke Bruich had 12 points for the Bulldogs. Gus Longing added eight.

CBC wrestling

Wrestling in-state for the just the third time this season, the Central Baptist College Mustangs traveled to the Hatcher Invitational hosted by Ouachita Baptist at Arkadelphia on Saturday.

The Mustangs sent seven wrestlers to the competition and all seven placed, topped by Andres Perez, while the team finished in fifth.

Perez placed second at 184 pounds. Michael Cunningham and Deqaylon Gray were the next highest finishers, placing fourth at 133 and 157 pounds, respectively. JoeQuan Richardson, Darius Nathan and Isaiah Gipson all placed fifth in their weight classes while Ben Freeman placed sixth in his weight class.

Next up for CBC is their first home dual of the season on Thursday against Lyon College. The American Midwest Conference match will start at 7 p.m.

UCA Sugar Bears

The University of Central Arkansas Sugar Bears (4-2) cleared their bench in cruising to a 77-31 victory over Williams Baptist (4-4) on Monday at the the Farris Center.

Taylor Baudoin scored 17 points for the Sugar Bears. Taylr Sells added 12. Hannah Langhi added nine and Mekayla Hicks had eight. Kierra Jordan had seven points and eight rebounds.

UCA next plays Central Baptist College Thursday night at the Farris Center.

 

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