Two members of the Hot Springs Family YMCA Seals swim team recently competed with Team Arkansas at the Central Zones Championships in West Fargo, N.D.
Emma Crowe competed in the 13-14 year old girls division while Aubrey Schmitt competed in the 9-10 year old division.
Crowe finished fourth in the 50-meter backstroke, 10th in the 100-meter backstroke and 16th in the 50-meter freestyle.
Schmitt was 14th in the 50-meter breaststroke, and she finished 16th in both the 100-meter breaststroke and 100-meter butterfly.
There were approximately 600 swimmers competing at the meet from nine different states.
Cobras win at DeGray
CADDO VALLEY -- Fountain Lake's boys golf team won an 18-hole match Monday afternoon at DeGray Lake Resort Golf Course, besting the two teams that call the course home.
The Cobras boasted a team score of 249 for the win. Centerpoint finished second with a 266, host Bismarck was third with a 271. Arkadelphia, which also uses the course as its home base, finished fourth with a 276, Smackover took fifth with a 305 and Joe T. Robinson rounded out the scoring with a 314.
Fountain Lake's Christopher Desfassiaux earned medalist honors with a 6-over 78, and Arkadelphia's Gray Manning earned runner-up medalist honors with a 7-over 79.
Zach Redifer shot an 83, and Carson McCoy had an 99 to round out Fountain Lake's scoring. Jerrett Bell finished with a 93, and Sawyer Goodrum shot a 104 to tally the Badgers' team card while Eli Perrin tallied a 131.
Bismarck was led by Jacob Loy with an 83. Blake Smith shot a 93, Braden Efird had a 95 to complete the team card and Logan Bubulka carded a 109.
Centerpoint was led by Gabe Doster with an 84, Kaden Owens had an 88 and Dillon Fox rounded out the team score with a 94. Kaden Horn shot a 109.
Bismarck won the girls match with a team score of 256 with Smackover second with a 323 and Centerpoint third with a 328. Arkadelphia and Robinson did not have enough players for a team score, and the Lady Cobras did not play.
Bismarck took medalist and runner-up medalist honors with Hannah Collie shooting an 80 for the win with Gloria Berry shooting an 83 for runner-up honors. Makenna Norris shot a 93 to round out the team card, and Erin Fendley and Anna Cain both shot a 107.
Centerpoint was led by Kaydra Fox with a 91. Maddie Plyler shot a 114, Bailey Brown's 123 rounded out the team score and Josie Galloway finished with a 144. Arkadelphia's Miranda Raney shot a 101, and Kinley Green had a 109.
HSU women finish
second at NSU Classic
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. -- After leading the field by three shots on the first day of the Northeastern State Women's Golf Classic, Henderson State shot a 21-over 309 to finish as the runner-up in the Reddies' second tournament of the season.
The Reddies, who finished in second place at last week's Central Region Fall Preview, shot a 304 on the opening day before Rogers State turned in a 302 Tuesday to take a four-stroke win.
Two Reddies finished in the top 10 with Karen Lee shooting a 151 to finish tied for third and Allie Bianchi turning in a 153 for a tie for seventh. Lee carded a 4-over 76 Tuesday after a 3-over 75 in Monday's round, and she led the team with five birdies on Tuesday.
Bianchi and Hannah Choi both shot a 5-over 77, Bianchi having shot a 4-over 76 on Monday. Choi was the only Reddie to improve on her first round score after an 8-over 80 on Monday, leaving her tied for 26th with a 157.
The Reddies' No. 1 golfer, Taylor Loeb, and Daphney Tilton both shot 7-over 79s on Tuesday. Tilton, who finished tied for 12th, added three strokes from Monday's 76 for a 155 while Loeb added two from her first-round 77 to finish tied for 17th for a 156.
Harding finished tied for fourth with Northeastern State with a 36-hole score of 616. Julie Fierro led the Lady Bisons with a 151 to finish tied for third, Kiera Smith was tied for ninth with a 154 and Abbey Bryan was tied for 12th with a 155. Kodie Winnings was tied for 17th with a 156, and Bryle Alcorn finished with a 161 to tie for 39th.
Southern Arkansas finished in 11th place with a 652 and was led by Chelsea Chow who shot a 162 for 42nd. Mackenzy Turner and Eva Renner both turned in a two-day card of 164 to tie at 43rd wihle Olivia Faught and Carolina Kysiak were tied for 50th with a 166.Sports on 09/11/2019
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