Only two Faulkner County teams remain after Saturday’s State Tournament action after four teams were eliminated.
In 7A baseball, Conway won on a walkoff single by senior Jack Stroth after Rogers tied the game in the top of the seventh.
A trio of singles led to the Conway win, ending with Stroth’s walkoff in North Little Rock.
Conway will move on to play Har-Ber in Fayetteville at Baum Stadium.
The Panthers season ended with an 11-8 loss to Sylvan Hills in Harrison.
After falling behind 3-0, Greenbrier sophomore Cayden Wallace launched a two-run home run.
In the top of the fifth, Sylvan Hills hit a grand slam, pushing the lead to 9-2.
Sylvan Hills would add three more runs before Greenbrier fought back to score eight. Unfortunately, it was not enough to keep the season alive.
One day removed from a 15-1 win over Greenland, the Eagles fell 3-1 to Harding Academy in Smackover.
Mayflower scored one run in the top of the first before Harding Academy added one in the second inning.
Both teams were held scoreless in the third inning, but Harding Academy scored their final two runs in the fourth. Neither team scored in the remainder of the game.
Conway Christian Baseball
The Eagles undefeated season came to an end with a 7-3 loss to Spring Hill.
Through the first three innings, neither team scored through the first three innings before Spring Hill added two runs.
Both teams added two runs by the end of the fifth inning before Spring Hill scored two more in the sixth inning.
CCS couldn’t manage any more runs, ending its season.
The Lady Panthers become the second Faulkner County team to advance to the state championship with an 11-3 win over Morrilton in Harrison.
It was all Greenbrier in their win over Morrilton, going up by four in the bottom of third inning.
By the top of the seventh, the Lady Panthers added five more runs, while the Devil Dogs could only muster two runs at the beginning of the innings.
Greenbrier will face Farmington in a 5A West battle for the state title.
Mt. Vernon-Enola Softball
It was tough sledding for the Lady Warhawks on Saturday in a 7-0 shutout against Taylor.
Taylor scored two in the first inning before pouring on the runs by the end of the second inning.
Times for championship games will be announced within the next few days.