Conway High teams defeated Little Rock Hall and Parkview by a combined score of 77-0 Thursday in two doubleheader baseball and softball games that turned into picnics.
The Lady Cat softball team swept Parkview, 15-0 and 20-0.
The Wampus Cats downed Hall, 20-0 and 22-0 in mercy-rule shortened baseball games.
In the first game against Hall, Conway’s Dylan Crossley threw a five-inning no-hitter with the only baserunner a result of a third-strike wild pitch.
The Cats scored 10 runs in the first. Cade Jones, Jacob Adams and Conner Williams all had three hits. Williams had five RBIs.
Evan Wilson had two hits and four RBIs in the second game. Adams and Williams also had two hits.
At Vilonia, Cameron Wilkins pitched a perfect game and struck out 11 in leading the Eagles to a 9-0 victory over Morrilton on Thursday.
He faced the minimum 21 batters over seven innings. Wilkins is undefeated this year and has allowed only five hits and one earned run with 50 strikeouts in 5A-West play.
At Little Rock, Mayflower took an 8-1 victory over Episcopal Collegiate.
Mayflower (17-2, 5-0) took a 3-0 lead in the first inning on a leadoff walk from Michael Post and hits from Tyler Herrin, Trey Bradley and Tyler Godwin.
The Eagles pushed the lead to 4-0 in the second on a hit by Post and an RBI double by Jordan Burns. Mayflower scored three in the seventh on hits from Drew Duncan, Herrin and a Wildcat error.
Herrin was 3-for-4. Post, Bradley and Godwin each had two hits for the Eagles.
Mayflower coach Joe Allbritton said, "Episcopal always gives us their best, and we came away with a nice win. Our defense stepped up and played very well. If you don’t make any errors and hit the ball like we did, good things will always happen."
Jordan Burns (5-0) recorded the complete game, striking out nine and allowing only three hits.