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Friday's Games

Rogers High 9, North Little Rock 4

Courtney Storey went 2-for-4 with two home runs and drove in four runs to lead the Lady Mounties to a big nonconference win.

The Lady Mounties (10-2) jumped to a 7-1 lead after five innings and went on to the win. Jordan Jeffery drove in three runs, while Cassie Gonzalez and Emma Kate Jackson added two hits each.

Madison Heinle picked up the win, allowing four runs on four hits over five innings of work. She struck out two and walked two. Kaylan Melvin earned the save with two scoreless innings of relief, striking out three and walking two.

Gravette 12, Rogers Heritage 0

Bailey Elmore and Cally Kildow combined on a three-hitter as the Lady Lions blanked the Lady War Eagles.

Elmore threw five scoreless innings, allowing three hits while striking out seven and walking none. Kildow pitched a perfect sixth, striking out two.

Kildow and Meghan Woodmancy had two hits each, while Woodmancy, Hannah Cole and Elmore drove in two runs apiece. Elmore and Lexi Gerner each hit home runs for the Lady Lions.

Farmington 8, Bentonville West 4

The Lady Cardinals rallied from an early 4-1 deficit to claim the nonconference win.

Kally Stout hit a game-tying three-run home run in the bottom of the third inning for the Lady Cardinals. Alyssa Reed and Eliana Marano added two hits each and combined for three RBIs.

McKenzi Bogan earned the complete-game win. She allowed four runs, all unearned, on four hits while striking out four and walking six.

Emma Wood took the loss for West, allowing eight runs (four earned) over 3.2 innings. Emily Roberson doubled and drove in a run.

Greenwood 18, Van Buren 1

Haven Clements went 3-for-3 with an RBI and also picked up the win in the circle for the Lady Bulldogs.

Greenwood banged out 15 hits and scored in every inning for the run-rule win. Mariah Hamilton, Angela Price and Rheding Wagoner had two hits each for the Lady Bulldogs. Four different Greenwood players drove in two runs each.

Elkins 17, West Fork 0

Brooklyn Haney had a home run and two doubles to drive in five runs and lead Elkins to a 3A-1 West Conference victory over West Fork.

Elkins (10-3) jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first inning as Sophia Hollingsworth had a solo home run, while Haney and Lakyn Ritchie each had a two-run home run. The Lady Elks then blew the game open with 12 runs in the second, highlighted by Haney's three-run double and a bases-loaded triple by Allison Coleman.

Hollingsworth threw a three-inning no-hitter and allowed just one walk in a 37-pitch performance.

Charleston 3, Waldron 2

Mackenzie Biggers' sixth-inning single drove in Jocelyn Robison with the go-ahead run as Charleston nipped Waldron in 3A-1 West Conference action at Waldron.

Charleston (12-4) picked up solo runs in the first and third innings but didn't have a hit until Robison led off the sixth with a double, then moved to third on Sidney Tate's groundout and scored on Biggers' single.

Rylee Ross allowed just four hits over seven innings and struck out six to pick up the win for the Lady Tigers. Ashton Young took the loss despite allowing just two hits, while Rhegan Sanford and two hits and drove in a run for Waldron (11-6).

Harrison 10, Springdale High 0

Caroline Cecil threw a one-hitter over five innings and had a home run as Harrison defeated Springdale in nonconference action at Harrison.

Kaylee Wolfe had a pair of doubles and drove in five runs as the Lady Goblins jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning and added five more in the fourth. Cameron Casey had three of Harrison's 10 hits and drove in two runs.


Rogers Heritage 6, Farmington 4

The War Eagles scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to rally for the nonconference win.

Asher Cameron's two-run triple snapped a 4-4 tie in the sixth to give Heritage the lead. Vanc Tobol tied it earlier in the inning with a two-run single.

Ward Richardson picked up the win with 2.2 innings of scoreless relief. He allowed just one hit, struck out three and did not walk a batter.

Myles Harvey went 2-for-2 with a walk and scored a run for the Cardinals.

Bentonville West 16, McDonald County, Mo. 1

Three Wolverines combined on a no-hitter, while Zach Trammell drove in five runs to lead Bentonville West to the nonconference win.

Trammell is one of four different Wolverines to register two hits in the game. Seth Schonauer went 3-for-4 and also drove in four runs.

Hunter Mayes, Carter Bourg and Kendall Thornton combined on the no-hitter. Mayes started and pitched three innings, allowing an unearned run. He struck out four and walked one and also drove in three runs at the plate.

Rogers High 2, Collinsville, Okla. 0

Jackson Wells and Jace Bray combined on a six-hitter to help the Mounties to the nonconference win.

Bray got the final out in the top of the seventh on a flyout, leaving the bases loaded. He pitched four scoreless innings and struck out four to earn the save. Wells pitched the first three innings, allowing four hits, striking out three and walking one to pick up the win.

McKaden Templeton went 2-for-2 with a double, drove in a run and scored a run for Rogers (11-7).

Springdale Har-Ber 13, Collinsville, Okla. 3

The Wildcats scored 10 runs over the final two innings to break open a close game.

Har-Ber only led 3-1 after four innings, cut scored six in the fifth and four in the sixth to end it by run rule.

Hunter Wood went 3-for-4 with two doubles and drove in three runs, while Tobias Yochum and Blake Adams chipped in two hits each. Carter Carlton and E.J. White drove in two runs each for the Wildcats.

John Michael Toney picked up the win, allowing three runs (two earned) on three hits over five innings. Jameson Clardy pitched a scoreless sixth.

Fayetteville 6, Blue Valley (Kan.) 5

Ethan Trivitt threw three scoreless innings in relief and struck out eight to help the Purple Bulldogs earn the nonconference win.

Harrison Wales drove in two runs and scored twice for Fayetteville, which scored twice in the bottom of the fourth to take the 6-5 advantage thanks to a Blue Valley error.

Blue Valley (Kan.) 9, Bentonville High 6

Blue Valley jumped to a 5-0 lead and held off a late Bentonville charge.

Brooks McDowell doubled and drove in three for Bentonville, while Karson Coffee added two hits and two RBIs. Sam Golden and Parker Charlton added two hits each.

Will Abbott took the loss allowing six runs (two earned) on six hits over four innings of work.

Greenwood 11, Springdale High 6

The Bulldogs broke open a tight game with a five-run top of the seventh to claim the nonconference win.

Peyton Holt went 2-for-4 with a home run and drove in three runs for the Bulldogs (14-7). Jace Presley and Colton Sagely added two hits and two RBIs each.

Presley picked up the win, allowing five runs (four earned) over six innings. He struck out nine and walked four.

Brock Pounders had two hits, including a double, drove in a run and scored twice. Christopher Harvey hit a home run and drove in three for Springdale.

Van Buren 14, Alma 4

Landrey Wilkerson and Dakota Peters had three hits each and combined to drive in five runs to lead the Pointers to the big nonconference win.

Peters picked up the win, allowing four runs (three earned) on six hits over five innings of work. He struck out 10 and walked one.

Mountain Home 2, Shiloh Christian 1

The Bombers scored two unearned runs in the bottom of the third inning and that was enough to earn the nonconference win.

Three Mountain Home pitchers combined on a two-hitter.

Marcus Brown singled and scored for the Saints, while Caleb Anderson managed the other single. Sean Rhodes took the loss, allowing two unearned runs on four hits over three innings of work. He struck out one and did not walk a batter.

Conway 8-8, Fort Smith Southside 0-1

Thomas McNabb tossed a two-hitter and struck out 10 to lead the Wampus Cats to the 6A-Central win in game one of the doubleheader.

Hayden Blythe took the loss for the Mavericks, allowing three runs (two earned) over four innings of work.

Carson Cahill went 2-for-3, drove in three runs and scored one in the nightcap to help the Wampus Cats sweep the doubleheader. Conway broke open a tight game with a five-run fifth inning, after leading only 3-0.

Bennett Weindell had two hits and Eli Reichert drove in Southside's lone run of the twinbill.

Bryant 10-7, Fort Smith Northside 0-0

The Hornets swept a 6A-West doubleheader from the Grizzlies.

Will McEntire tossed a two-hitter and struck out 10 over five innings in the opener for Bryant. Northside managed just one hit in the nightcap.

Elkins 10, West Fork 5

Trey Vance went 2-for-2 with a home run and three RBIs to lead the Elks to the win.

The Elks (12-2) took control with a five-run first inning and went on to the win. Carsten Perrenoud went 3-for-3, drove in a run and scored a run, while Ben Evans also added two hits for Elkins.

Vance earned the win, allowing three runs (none earned) on two hits over three innings. Will Trollinger picked up the save, pitching four innings and allowing two runs (both unearned) on three hits.

Riley Rakotz went 2-for-3 and drove in two runs for West Fork.



Saturday's Match

Harrison 4, Sedalia (Mo.) Smith-Cotton 0

Sydney Shrum had two goals as Harrison did all of its scoring in the first half and won its last match of the Springfield (Mo.) Kickapoo Tournament.

Shrum scored her first goal 3 minutes into the match off an assist from Brylie Parker, then added another one just before the half ended. Parker scored off an assist from Shrum with 29 minutes left in the first half, then Olivia Pall scored off an assist from Parker with 10 minutes left.

Makayla Campbell preserved the shutout with three saves for Harrison (13-3-1).

Friday's Matches

Bentonville 4, Springdale Har-Ber 0

Bentonville jumped out to a 3-0 halftime lead and went on to post a victory over Har-Ber in 6A-West Conference action.

Abby Stolt, Sydney Wagner, Ginger Olson and Carrie Kotoucek provided the scoring for the Lady Tigers (14-2, 7-1).

Bentonville West 2, Fayetteville 1

Samantha White and Tara Garringer each had a goal to lead West past Fayetteville during Friday's match at the Wolverine Athletic Complex.

Rachel Higgins had the assist on White's goal.

Rogers Heritage 2, Springdale High 2 (4-3 PKs)

Taylor Brinkmann scored the game-winner in a shootout and Kayla Ross stopped a penalty kick to help the Lady War Eagles earn the 6A-West Conference win.

Pam Seiler scored two goals and Lanee Knight had two assists for Heritage (9-5, 5-3). The match ended tied 2-2 in regulation.

Harrison 11, Huntsville 0

The trio of Kenzie Parker, Brylie Parker and Claire Doshier scored two goals apiece as Harrison improved to 4-0 in 4A-West Conference play with a win over Huntsville.

Those three helped the Lady Goblins build a 10-0 halftime lead as Grace Martin, Mattie Richardson, Olivia Pall and Elise Bell each scored a goal. Justice Ford gave Harrison's second-half goal on a penalty kick.

Harrison's defense held Huntsville without a shot on goal.


Fayetteville 2, Bentonville West 2 (3-2 PKs)

Porter Smith, Jonah Glover and Skyler Marley scored penalty kicks, and Harrison Ennis recorded two critical saves as Fayetteville edged West in a shootout at Wolverine Athletic Complex.

Sully White scored the Bulldogs' two goals in regulation.

Harrison 9, Huntsville 0

Alvaro Fernandez had four goals and Corbin Simpson added two as Harrison defeated Huntsville in 4A-1 West Conference action.

Simpson had both of his goals during a 6-minute spurt in the first half as the Goblins (10-4-1, 3-1) built a 5-0 halftime lead. Fernandez, Kaden Jones and Hunter Thompson each added a first-half goal, then Hunter Holtby's goal made it 6-0 and forced the sportsmanship rule.

Fernandez then scored his three remaining goals during the shortened part of the second half.

Morrilton 4, Berryville 3

Carlos Garduno had two goals as Berryville dropped a 4A-West Conference match Thursday to Morrilton.

Manny Tellez had the only other goal for the Bobcats.

Sports on 04/14/2019

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