TULSA — Oral Roberts got a goal from Griffith Poindexter 17 seconds into the second overtime Monday night for a 2-1 victory over the University of Central Arkansas men’s soccer team.

Central Arkansas (4-10-1) grabbed the lead in the 19th minute when Conway’s Taylor Hart controlled a ball at the top of the 18-yard box and slotted it into the left corner of the net for his fourth goal of the season and the 1-0 lead. The Bears held that lead until the 89th minute, when ORU’s Marco Hernandez collected a pass from Gerardo Salas and put it away to knot the score at 1-1.

Central Arkansas outshot Oral Roberts by a total of 18-11 on the night, placing eight of those attempts on frame.

Central Arkansas returns to Missouri Valley Conference play on the road Sunday against Loyola of Chicago.


Alpena defeated Conway Christian, 25-11, 25-21, 25-21 Tuesday to advance in the Class 3A volleyball tournament at Harrison.

St. Joseph played a late game.

In the 7A tournament at Cabot, Conway will face either Fayetteville or Mount St. Mary at 2 p.m. Wednesday.


CABOT — Conway’s boys and girls each finished third Monday in the 7A Central cross country meet at Rolling Hills Country Club.

Little Rock Catholic and Mount St. Mary easily won title. The Rockets almost swept the top five spots and scored 17 points. Cabot was second at 74 and Conway third at 82. The Belles had four of the top five girls finishers for 22 points. Cabot was second at 66 and Conway third at 85.

The Wampus Cats’ Toler Freyaldenhoven prevented a perfect Catholic sweep in the boys division, finishing fifth in 17:13.56. The Rockets’ Brandon Taylor won the boys title in 15:23.23.

Other Conway boys finishers were: Bryan Wilson, 17:47.08; Jacob Fahr, 18:27.40; Pable Hurtado, 18:43.49; Carson Davis, 18:45.95; Jonathan Morris, 18:53.16; Cooper Tribett, 19:14.14; Chance Garrett, 19:18.29; and Ryan McKenna, 19:36.32.

Lauren Campbell had the top effort for the Conway girls, finishing eighth in 20:53.92. Micah Huckabee of Cabot won in 18:55.03.

Other Conway finishers were: Jennifer Poole, 21:47.73; Brynn Lea, 21:48.79; Angel Mapp, 22:57.16; Elise Moix, 23:31.78; Shea Ashby, 23:32.18; Casey Campbell, 23:46.67; Kelsey Kordsmeier, 23:54.14; McKenna Tribett, 24:04.61; Nicole Penn, 24:38.71; and Morgan Sweere, 24:54.72.