CONWAY -- Cutter Morning Star held on to take a 3-1 victory over Conway Christian Tuesday, taking the fourth set to extra points to claim the win.
After taking the first two sets, 25-17 and 25-23, Cutter Morning Star (4-5, 2-1 2A-Central) struggled in the third set as Conway Christian (0-5, 0-2) eked out a 25-14 win. The two teams battled it out in the fourth set, but CMS came out on top, 29-27, to claim the match.
Kara Kinkaid led CMS offensively with 11 kills and two blocks with five digs while serving for seven points with two aces. Kendyll Knott-Debord served for 14 points with one ace while tallying nine kills and four blocks.
Haley Scott had three aces among her eight service points while leading the team with eight assists and nine blocks. She also had four kills and three digs.
Brecken Knott-Debord had seven assists with three blocks and two kills, and Trinity Raper had six kills with seven blocks.
CMS also took a 3-0 victory over Quest Academy last week, allowing 16 points for the Lady Knights in the match.
Scott led the team in service with 19 aces among her 24 points, and Kinkaid tallied eight aces among her nine service points with two kills and a solo block.
Brecken Knott-Debord had five aces among her 12 points, Raper had three aces, three kills and four solo blocks and Madison Bellomy had six aces among her eight service points with two kills. Raelyn Stout also added two aces in the match.
* The junior high team also took a win against Quest, going 2-1 in the team's first match. It was the first junior high volleyball match in school history.
Cobras sweep matchup with Wolves
GLENWOOD -- Fountain Lake picked up a pair of wins Tuesday in boys' and girls' matches hosted by Lake Hamilton at the Glenwood Country Club.
Mason May medaled for Texarkana in the boys' tri-match. The Razorbacks tallied a team score of 361, but the Cobras finished ahead at 356.
Christopher Desfassiaux led the Cobras with a round of 84. Prescott's Tyler Doucet also competed as an individual and shot an 84.
Zach Redifer added an 88 and Jordan Mungle shot an 89 for Fountain Lake.
Caleb Dodd led the Wolves with a score of 88. Josh Parish carded a 98, while Cade Robinson carded a 99 as the team finished with a total of 388.
Lake Hamilton's Ginny Higginbotham medaled with a round of 54 in the girls' nine-hole match. Annabelle Coppedge placed fifth in the individual standings at 59.
Fountain Lake's Camille McDaniel shot a 56, while Savannah Iglehart carded a 58. Brooke Formby, also competed as an individual from Prescott, also shot a 58.
Lake Hamilton narrowly missed out on a team win as Fountain Lake compiled a team score of 176. The Lady Wolves shot 180.
"Ginny and Annabelle had one of their better rounds today," said Lake Hamilton coach Brandi Higginbotham. "The Fountain Lake boys and girls both played very competitively in today's match, putting together some good scores.
"We really need Caleb and Jordan (Johnson) to get it going in the conference tournament next week."
The 5A-South conference tournament is scheduled for Tuesday at the El Dorado Country Club.
Tigers grab 6th at UCA invite
CONWAY -- Ouachita Baptist's women's cross country team took sixth place overall Saturday at the University of Central Arkansas Cross Country Challenge.
The Tigers finished with a total team time of 1:56.51.
Freshman Kyndal Moyer, of Lampasas, Texas, was the first runner to cross the finish line for the Tigers with a time of 21:57 to grab the 31st overall finishing spot. Sophomore Jorie Beaumont, of Lockport, Ill., was the next runner for the Tigers to finish with a time of 22:52.
Following Beaumont was freshman Grace Loftin, of Shreveport, La., who crossed the finish line with a time of 23:48. Taryn Bewley, of Conway, followed Loftin with a time of 24:03.
Next were Elizabeth Costner, of Fayetteville, with a time of 24:08 and Kallie Polk, of Bella Vista, 24:21. The final two runners to finish for the Tigers were Jordan Brown, of Conway, with a time of 24:53 and Eden Putterill, from Harare,Zimbabwe, with a time of 27:34.
Ouachita finished in front of Great American Conference rival Arkansas-Monticello. The field included two Division I teams, Central Arkansas and Little Rock, who placed first and second. The Tigers were second among GAC teams at the event behind Arkansas Tech's fifth-place finish.
Final scores announced for 21st annual
Terry Paul Thode Lupus Memorial
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- The final scores have been announced for the 21st annual Terry Paul Thode Lupus Memorial Golf Tournament, which was held on Monday at the Magellan Golf Course.
Nancy Flug won the female division of the longest drive contest. Earnest Ford won the male division.
The first flight was won by the team of Mark Miller, Terry Pyle, Scott Smith and Marshall Watson with a team score of 55.
Rich Didion, Richard Little and Rick McClure shot a 56 to win the second flight. Flug's team with William Ashmore, Jim Malone and Tim Roscoe won the third flight with a score of 59.Sports on 09/14/2018
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