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Prep Baseball

Rogers High 15, Springfield (Mo.) Parkview 0

Jay Watson and Jace Bray combined on a two-hitter and struck out 10 to help the Mounties to the five-inning nonconference win.

Will Lawing, Sal Jacobo and Brandon Husted added two hits each. Husted drove in three runs, while Jacobo and Matthew Watson drove in two each.

Bentonville West 3, Gravette 2 (12)

John McElroy's bases-loaded walk drove in Joey Aden with the decisive run as West needed extra innings to slip past Gravette in a nonconference game at Gravette.

Aden was hit by a pitch to lead off the 12th, then Zach Trammell was hit by a pitch and Dylan Carter walked to load the bases for McElroy. Gravette then put the tying run on second with an error and a sacrifice bunt, but Kendall Thornton retired the next two Lion batters to preserve the win.

Thornton threw six innings in relief of starter Roger Alexander, who allowed just four hits over six innings and struck out 10. West (10-7) allowed just five hits but committed six errors.

Bentonville High 10, Springfield (Mo.) Parkview 0

Hunter Hook and Will Abbott combined for a two-hitter as Bentonville rolled past Parkview in Friday's second game at the Tiger Athletic Complex.

Hook allowed just one hit and one walk over four innings and struck out four before Abbott took over and allowed just one hit and one walk.

Kaden Wilhoit's two-run single capped a four-run first for the Tigers (13-4). Levi Bennett had two of Bentonville's eight hits and drove in a run while Cade Appleman had two hits and three RBIs.

Mountain Home 2, Fayetteville 1

The Bombers jumped to a 2-0 lead after two innings and held on for the nonconference win.

Andrew Walker finished with two of Fayetteville's three hits. Ethan Trivitt took the loss, allowing two runs on four hits over five innings.

Van Buren 15, Shiloh Christian 3

Landrey Wilkerson went 4-for-5 and drove in four runs, while Dakota Peters hit a home run and drove in five to lead the Pointers to a big win.

Wilkerson picked up the win, allowing three runs (two earned) over 5.2 innings. He struck out nine and didn't walk a batter.

Sawyer Duddleston led the Saints, going 2-for-3 including a home run and driving in two runs.

Berryville 17, Marshall 3

Ethan Gregory went 4-for-4 with a double, a triple and a home run and drove in seven runs to lead Berryville to the big win.

Braden Logan added three hits, while Kooper Logan scored four times.

Logan picked up the win, throwing 2 2/3 scoreless innings. He struck out six and did not walk a batter.

Pea Ridge 2, Hunstville 1

Tyler O'Dell and Tate Busey combined to allow just one run and help the Blackhawks to the big 4A-1 conference win.

Pea Ridge grabbed a 2-0 lead after two innings and the duo of O'Dell and Busey made it stand up. Busey pitched the final three innings, allowing no hits and no runs while striking out nine.

Landon Allison went 3-for-4 for the Blackhawks. Tyler Buchanan accounted for two of Huntsville's three hits.

Prep Softball

Saturday's Games

Bentonville West 8, Cabot 4

Ryen Rassi's grand slam highlighted a five-run seventh for West as the Lady Wolverines came from behind and defeated Cabot in nonconference action.

Emily Roberson delivered a game-tying, bases-loaded single to drive in Hallie Wacaser before Rassi belted a 1-1 pitch over the left-field fence.

Rassi also had a two-run double in the sixth to finish with six RBIs, while Roberson had two hits and two RBIs. Elise Sokolsky pitched a complete game and allowed nine hits while striking out eight.

Bentonville High 7, Benton 0

Cailey Cochran threw a two-hitter over 6 1/3 innings to help Bentonville knock off Benton in a game played at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway.

Cochran threw 113 pitches, 82 for strikes, and recorded eight strikeouts in a game that was called with one out in the seventh when rain and lightning hit the area.

The Lady Tigers (8-4) broke a scoreless tie in the sixth when Megan Crownover's bases-loaded single drove in Jenna Wildeman, who singled to start the inning. Cochran was hit by a pitch to force in another run, then Emily Perry highlighted a four-run seventh with her three-run home run.

Rogers High 9, Springdale Har-Ber 0

Courtney Storey went 3-for-3 with a double and drove in three runs to lead the Lady Mounties to the 6A-West Conference win.

Jasmine Gonzalez and Jordan Jeffery added two hits each for Rogers. Jenna Williams drove in two runs.

Madison Heinle struck out 18 and allowed only two hits to pick up the win.

Bentonville West 5, Conway 2

Ryen Rassi's three-run home run in the first inning was all the offense West needed as the Lady Wolverines defeated Conway in nonconference action Friday.

Rassi's blast followed singles by Hallie Wacaser and Honesty Holt. Emma Wood made that cushion stand as she allowed just one earned run on eight hits and struck out four.

West (12-1) added an insurance run in the fifth when Holt walked and scored when Wood's grounder was misplayed. Holt, who had three hits, accounted for the Lady Wolverines' final run when she singled and scored on Emily Roberson's double.

Bryant 2, Bentonville High 0

Bentonville managed just two hits and had a five-game win streak snapped with a nonconference loss Friday at Bryant.

Megan Crownover's one-out double in the second gave the Lady Tigers (7-4) a scoring threat, but she was left on base. The only other hit was a two-out double by Morgan Nelson in the third.

Bryant scored an unearned run off a two-out error in the third then added an insurance run in the sixth.

McKenzie Vaughan, who relieved starter Cailey Cochran in the third, suffered the loss.

Greenwood 14, Collierville, Tenn. 0

Natalie Thomas went 2-for-3 with a triple and drove in three runs to lead the Lady Bulldogs to the big win.

Angela Price drove in two runs and scored four times, while Paxtyn Hayes and Macey Cusinger added two hits each. Hayes, Mariah Hamilton and Harley Terry drove in two runs each.

Haven Clements pitched the complete-game one-hitter. She struck out three and walked two over five innings.

Greenwood 15, Briarcrest Christian 1

The Lady Bulldogs scored 11 runs in the bottom of the third inning to earn the blowout win.

Harley Terry went 2-for-2, drove in three runs and scored three times for Greenwood. Natalie Thomas and Haven Clements added two hits and two RBIs each.

Rheding Wagoner earned the win in the circle, allowing one unearned run on three hits over four innings. She struck out five and walked one.

Cabot 7, Fort Smith Northside 6

Layne Smith slapped a two-out, run-scoring single to snap a 6-6 tie in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Lady Panthers the 6A-Central conference win.

Callin Massey finished 2-for-4 with two runs scored and three RBIs to lead Northside.

Fort Smith Southside 7, Little Rock Central 1

Kendall Willis and Caitlyn Bagby had two hits each and combined to score three runs to lead the Mavericks to the win.

Meliah Hunter also drove in two runs for Southside. She also picked up the win in the circle, allowing one run over seven innings, while striking out seven and walking none.

Vilonia 6, Gravette 3

Vilonia did all its scoring in the first five innings and held off Gravette for a nonconference win at Vilonia.

Shylee Morrison had three hits to lead Gravette while Lexi Gerner had two hits. Cally Kildow drove in two runs in the seventh for the Lady Lions.

Gravette 11, Greenbrier 7 (9)

Gravette scored five runs in the ninth inning to defeat Greenbrier in nonconference action and give the Lady Lions a split in their road trip.

Kildow broke the 6-6 tie when her single drove in Gerner, who was put on second to start the inning. Bailey Elmore added an RBI double, while Hannah Cole drove in a run with a single.

Kildow picked up the win as she pitched four innings in relief of Elmore and allowed two hits while striking out four. Sumer Kuba had three of Gravette's 15 hits and drove in four runs.



Friday's match

Harrison 6, Clarksville 1

Brylie Parker and Kenzie Parker each had two goals to lead Harrison to a 4A-West Conference win at Clarksville

Brylie Parker accounted for the first-half goals and gave the Lady Goblins (11-3, 2-0) a 2-0 halftime cushion. Kenzie Parker scored her two goals in a 4-minute period, while Grace Martin and Mattie Richardson added a goal apiece.

Makayla Campbell had one save in two attempts, while Maggie Salmon saved the only shot she had to defend.

Thursday's match

Harrison 3, Springfield (Mo.) Parkview 1

Brylie Parker and Sydney Shrum scored first-half goals as Harrison earned a first-round win in the Springfield (Mo.) Kickapoo tournament.

Parker picked up her goal with a rebound off a corner kick, then Shrum scored off a Kenzie Parker pass just before halftime. Claire Doshier gave the Lady Goblins a 3-0 lead when she scored off an assist by Brylie Parker.

Campbell had three saves for Harrison, which returns to tournament action Thursday against Ozark, Mo.


Harrison 5, Clarksville 0

Corbin Simpson and Hunter Holtby each scored two goals as Harrison earned a 4A-West Conference road win Friday against Clarksville.

Simpson gave the Goblins (8-4-1, 1-1) a 1-0 halftime lead when he scored with 2 minutes left and Holtby had the assist. Simpson scored again 3 minutes into the second half, again off an assist from Holtby, then Holtby scored twice Alvaro Fernandez completed the scoring with an unassisted goal.

Rilee Jones completed the shutout with three saves on goal.

Sports on 04/07/2019

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