The Conway High spring intrasquad football game, originally scheduled for Friday night, has been moved to 6 p.m. Thursday because of a conflict with state championship games in Fayetteville.
Admission to the scrimmage with be a box or plastic container of detergent.
The Texas A&M women’s golf team tied for second last week in the NCAA East Regional at the Penn State golf course at State College, Pa., earning one of eight berths in the national finals.
Conway’s Mary Michael Maggio, a member of the team and the Big 12 individual champion, tied for 51st in the individual competition.
The NCAA tournament will be at the Vanderbilt golf course in Franklin, Tenn. The A&M women will be making their fourth appearance in five years.
NAPERVILLE, Ill. — Hendrix College sophomore Elizabeth Krug topped her own school record in the 100 hurdles at the North Central College Dr. Keeler Invitational on Friday.
The Heber Springs, native bested her previous record by .09 seconds, placing 15th in 15.68 seconds.
Krug also took 15th in the 200 meters in 25.88 seconds and 19th in the high jump by clearing 1.48 meters (4 ft-10.25 in.). She also ran a season-best 2:23.73 in the 800 meters, finishing 41st.
At the Emporia State Sam Williams Twilight Qualifer in Kansas on Saturday, junior Carlton Leding placed fifth in the 100 finals in 11.43 seconds. He qualified with a season-best mark of 11.25 seconds.
Leding also ran the fourth fastest program time in the 200 meters at 23.17 seconds, finishing seventh.
Also at ESU, freshman Tiatjah Johnson won her heat in the 200 meters with a fifth-place overall time of 26.27 seconds. She also finished sixth in the 100 meter dash in 12.84 seconds.