After seeing their win streak advance to 14 on a walk-off Monday, Central Baptist College softball took on the No. 1 seeded Freed-Hardeman Lady Lions in the winner’s bracket of the American Midwest Conference tournament Tuesday.
CBC (34-17) used clutch hits from a pair of freshman to upset the Lady Lions (31-12) by a score of 4-2.
Kaitlyn Goike an Allison Seats both had two RBI each.
House threw a complete game, scattering eight hits and allowing two runs, while striking out three.
CBC moves on to the semifinals where they await the winner of Park/Freed Hardeman.
First pitch for Thursday’s game is at 11 a.m.
Mustangs fall into elimination bracket of AMC Tournament
Opening the American Midwest Conference tournament as the No. 8 seed, Central Baptist College took on the No. 1 seed, and No. 13 team in the nation, Lyon College at Historic Joe Becker Stadium this morning.
CBC (26-27) had an early 1-0 lead, but a troublesome sixth inning saw the Scots (35-13) take the lead for good and win 5-2.
Trae BoBo and Baker Wilson were the run producers for the Mustangs.
Madison threw six innings, allowing seven hits and five runs with three walks and 11 strikeouts.
Jacob Clark relieved him and threw two and two-thirds innings with two hits, a walk and two strikeouts. Austin Cree recorded the final out in relief.
CBC falls into the elimination bracket and awaits the loser of the Columbia/William Woods matchup at 10 a.m. Thursday.
The Wampus Cats lost their first conference game of the season with a 10-8 loss to Catholic in Conway.
The Rockets jumped on the board first before the Wampus Cats answered with a pair of runs in the bottom of the first.
Catholic put up back-to-back innings of scoring two runs before Conway scored four in the fourth, leading 6-5 after four.
Catholic’s offense exploded in the top of the fifth, scoring five runs, while the Wampus Cats could only muster two runs in the sixth inning.
Conway ends its regular season Friday at Bryant.
A seven-run fourth inning propelled the Lady Cats to a 13-3 victory over Mt. St. Mary’s on Tuesday.
Conway will travel to Bryant on Friday.
Conway Boys Soccer
The Wampus Cats took a 2-0 win over Catholic on senior night Tuesday on goals by seniors Parker McKinley and Scott Ashby.
Senior Jackson Goodwin assisted on both goals.
Both goals were scored in the second half.
Conway travels to Bryant Friday before ending the season May 7 at Southside.
Conway Girls Soccer
The girls soccer team ended the night with a 2-0 victory over Mt. St. Mary’s for its second win over the team this season.
Conway Sophomore Kailyn Pavatt scored a pair of goals, one in each half, fueling the Lady Cats to victory.
Conway goalkeeper Lexi Holmes provided a shutout for the Lady Cats.
The Greenbrier Panthers’ offense broke out Tuesday with a 12-3 win over the Farmington Cardinals in a 5A West Conference Tournament game.
Greenbrier will face Morrilton on Friday.
The Devil Dogs used a four-run fifth inning and a two-run seventh inning to knock off the Lady Panthers 7-5 Tuesday in the district tournament.
Greenbrier senior Jaylee Engelkes had a rough outing, giving up seven runs, six earned on 11 hits and two walks in seven innings.
Morrilton freshman Makenna Keeton got the win, giving up five runs on eight hits, two walks and four strikeouts in seven innings pitched.
Greenbrier will play Vilonia at 5 p.m. Friday.
Greenbrier Girls Soccer
The Lady Panthers lost 2-0 to Maumelle in the 5A West Conference Tournament.
Greenbrier Boys Soccer
A pair of second half goals plagued the Panthers in Tuesday’s 2-0 loss to Morrilton.
The team will play Clarksville at 3 p.m. Friday at home.
Vilonia Girls Soccer
The Lady Eagles could only push across one goal in its 2-1 loss to Harrison on Tuesday in the 5A West Conference Tournament.
All three from both teams were scored in the second half.
After tying the game at 4 in the third inning, the Lady Eagles offense struggled in the final three innings to push anyone across, falling 10-4 Tuesday to Farmington in a district tournament game.
Cardinals senior Paige Devecsery gave up four runs, one earned, across seven innings. She gave up nine hits, struck out three and walked one in a win.
Vilonia junior Gracie Kimbrell gave up 10 runs on eight hits, one walk and three strikeouts in six innings.
The Lady Eagles will travel Friday to Greenbrier for a game at 5 p.m.
A three-run fifth and four-run six propelled Mayflower to a 7-4 win over Atkins on Tuesday.
The Eagles will host Bald Knob on Thursday with a 3 p.m. start.
Conway Christian Girls Soccer
Riverview’s second half goal was enough to knock off the Lady Eagles Tuesday.
Conway Christian Boys Soccer
The CCS boys dominated in their game, beating Riverview 5-1 Tuesday.
Both Conway Christian teams will travel Friday to Mountain View.
St. Joseph Boys Soccer
Two goals by Crowley’s Ridge seniors Sam Malone and Dalton Smith led to a 5-0 victory Tuesday over St. Joseph.
Crowley’s Ridge senior Dalton Smith shut out the Bulldog offense.