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Fountain Lake takes two from Camden Fairview

by James Leigh | September 20, 2021 at 3:50 a.m.

Sophie Skinner and Annaclaire Berry led Fountain Lake to a three-set victory over Camden Fairview last Tuesday.

The Lady Cobras (3-3, 2-0 4A-7) won 25-12, 25-12, 25-10. Berry had 15 service points and six digs while Skinner had 26 assists, 10 kills, 12 digs and nine service points, including five aces.

The junior varsity team took a 2-1 win over the visiting Lady Cardinals, 26-24, 20-25, 15-0. Kamryn Whiley led the team with 28 service points in the match.


Lakeside's freshman volleyball team took a two-set win over Lake Hamilton Tuesday, 25-11, 25-11.

Claire Vance led the junior Rams (7-4) with seven kills, six blocks and an ace, Alexis Kessler had seven aces, seven digs and four kills, and Avery Wade had three kills and a block. Maddie Kinder had nine digs and a kill, Laynee Throgmartin had 14 assists, two aces and a kill, and Alyssa Nugent and Ella Witherington each had a pair of kills.

The eighth-grade Rams (7-5) lost a close match, winning the first set 25-20 before the eighth-grade Lady Wolves won the last two 25-21, 15-13. Adelyn Sanders had eight service points, and Jaylen Brakebill added six.

The eighth-grade B team (3-2) won 25-17, 25-22. Sophie Botter had 10 service points, including four aces.


Lakeside won all of its singles and doubles matches against El Dorado Tuesday.

In boys singles, Ben Hollis defeated W. Huang in straight sets, 6-0, 6-0, while Graham Dolan defeated B. Blackburn, 6-0, 6-3. Barrett Tipton defeated L. Island, 8-0, and Brodie McAllister defeated Blackburn, 8-6.

In boys doubles, Walker Wood and Greyson Cornelison defeated Dumas and Lawrence, 6-2, 6-1, and William Ivy and Griffin Gulley defeated Rothwell and McHenry in straight sets, 6-0, 6-0. Bartley Bledsoe and Roman Lancaster took an 8-0 win over Brown and Ricker.

In girls singles, Jenna Malone defeated Mobley, 6-1, 6-0, Sabrina Long beat Byrd, 6-2, 6-0, and Sarah Nutt bested Thomas, 8-6.

In girls doubles, Elizabeth Cowen and Lauren Latham beat Bledsoe and Smith in straight sets, 6-0, 6-0, and Addyson Dowdy and Caley Anderson beat Ricker and Gaston, 6-1, 6-2. Isabelle McDonough and Mia Francioni beat Clark and Moree, 8-2.


Fountain Lake's boys and girls golf teams defeated Arkadelphia Tuesday at Magellan Golf Course.

The Lady Cobras scored 182 for the win. Jaylen Cameron shot a 57 to lead Fountain Lake, Madison Seiter (58) and Katie Kandlbinder (67) rounded out the scoring.

Arkadelphia's Jada Jones earned medalist honors with a round of 52.

The Cobras shot a 127 for the win while the Badgers shot a 139. Carson McCoy was medalist with a low round of 38 with Brayden Buss (44) and Kolt Cariden, Coil Burks and Brodie McMillan all shooting a 45.

Arkadelphia's Gray Manning shot a 40.


Fountain Lake won all but one match as the Cobras and Lady Cobras downed Bismarck Tuesday.

Lainey Mungle and Angela Coriaty both took 8-0 wins, and Emma Kaumeyer (8-1), Emily Gaona (8-3), Paige Davis (8-4) and Aedan Kaumeyer (8-5) also took wins. Mary Drakes lost 8-6.

Mungle and Davis took a 6-0 win in girls doubles, as did Emma Kaumeyer and Coriaty. Aedan Kaymeyer and Gaona won 6-2.

In boys singles, Aaron Breshears (8-0), Paul Combs (8-1), Andrew Bledsoe (8-2) and Andrew Lydon (8-4) took wins. Bledsoe and Lydon won 6-1 in boys doubles as did Bo Baker and John Carter.


Hot Springs took a 4-1 win over Maumelle Tuesday.

In girls singles, Nina Gunnell defeated Presley Turner, 6-0, 6-1, and Hannah Newcomb fell to Sam Lee, 6-3, 6-4. In boys singles, Asa Linn defeated Ryan Breckem, 6-3, 6-0, and Owen Weng defeated Breckem, 8-2. Connor Bailey defeated Jace McKnight 8-2.


Bismarck shot a 260 to win by 43 strokes at the 3A-5 district meet last Monday.

Prescott was second with a 303, Centerpoint took third with a 338 with Smackover (339), Glen Rose (346), Camden Harmony Grove (346) and Cossatot River (422) rounding out the team scores. Jessieville did not have a team score.

Anna Cain led Bismarck with a low round of 83 for medalist honors while teammate Hannah Collie shot an 87 for runner-up medalist. Erin Fendley (90) and Ellie Norris (98) rounded out the team's scoring.

Marlee Bright led the Lady Knights with a round of 100 with Makenzie Massey (119), Bailey Brown (119) and Bethany Massey (135) rounding out the team score. Hailey Holland led Jessieville with a 115, and Kamma Reed shot a 140.


Lake Hamilton's boys took a pair of wins over Sheridan and Bismarck Monday and Tuesday while the Lady Wolves fell to the Lady Yellowjackets and Lady Lions.

At Sheridan, the Wolves turned in a team card of 180 to Sheridan's 201. Cade Robinson and Zac Pennington shared medalist honors Monday with low rounds of 44 while Peyton Garner (46), Brode Horton (46) and Jack Higginbotham (51) rounded out the team's scoring.

Jake Spruill (50), Raney Foster (52) and Ben Varner (52) turned in cards for the Wolves junior varsity. Skyler Tubbs led Sheridan with a 46.

In the girls match, Sheridan shot a 150 to Lake Hamilton's 152. Emma Hester earned medalist honors with a low round of 36.

Ginny Higginbotham led the Lady Wolves with a 41, and Reagan Carrouth (54), Jordyn Garner (57) and Kenley Kincannon (64) rounded out the team's scoring.

On Tuesday at Glenwood, the Wolves edged out the Lions, 180-181. Pennington was co-medalist with Bismarck's Blake Smith with rounds of 42, while Robinson was co-runner-up medalist with Braden Efird with rounds of 43.

Horton (47), Jack Higginbotham (48) and Garner (50) rounded out Lake Hamilton's scoring. Riley Tuttle (48), Wyatt Clement (48) and Nick Tucker (55) rounded out Bismarck's scoring.

Collie shot a 41 to earn medalist honors as the Lady Lions shot a 127 to the Lady Wolves' 170. Cain was runner-up medalist with a round of 42, while Fendley (44), Norris (49) and Jenna Payne (55) rounded out the team's scoring.

Ginny Higginbotham led the Lady Wolves with a round of 49 while Garner (56), Kincannon (65) and Carrouth (66) rounded out the team card.

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