Conway took just three sets to defeat Cabot in volleyball Thursday night to go to 9-0 in conference play.

The Lady Cats won, 25-22, 25-11, 25-10.

Madison Dayer had 17 kills and Abby Mann 17 digs. Elizabeth Early had one block and Ferrin Macon 31 assists.

Conway won the JV game, 25-15, 25-23

Molly Shipps had six aces and Gabby Roark eight digs. Jada Benton had seven kills.

Conway will host 24 teams, including Greenbrier, at the annual Lady Cat Invitational on Saturday.


Conway Christian took a straight-set, 25-12, 25-8, 25-14 volleyball victory Thursday night over Mayflower.

Morgan May had 12 kills, followed by Olivia Meriweather, seven, and Payton Cope, four. Regan Bell had 13 digs and Emily Hills 12. Cope had eight aces with Robbi Riggs, Meriweather and May all with four. Sumerlin Criswell had 24 assists.

"Overall, we have had a very good week this week. We have stayed consistent throughout the week," coach Brittany Newberry said. "I hope the intensity and focus we have had this week will carry over into next week." 


Harding Academy powered to a 25-12, 25-18, 25-15 volleyball victory Thursday night over St. Joseph.

"This was an old-fashioned beat down," said St. Joseph coach Luke Davis. "I’m anxious to see how the girls react."

Courtney Briggler had nine kills and Madison Seitere 13 assists. Tori Carter had 16 digs.


Conway Blue improved to 2-3 in conference Thursday with a 25-16, 19-25, 25-13 volleyball victory over Bryant.

Hits leads for the Kittens were Maya Madden, Kennedie Fuller, Allison Weatherly, Straisely Dubois, Eric Teague, Blakely Jacobs and Casey Ragsdale.

Leading in Digs were McKenna Tribett, Gee Bunch, Madden, Weatherly and Jacklyn Quinit. Ragsdale had three blocks with Weatherly and Blakely Jacons one each. 

Service leaders were Tribett, Bunch (two aces), Madden (one aces), Andrea Acklin, Fuller (one ace), Quinit (three aces), Dubois (one ace) and Ragsdale (three aces).

"It’s always tough to win on the road, but they worked as a team and was successful," coach Jenni Harrison said. "Maya Madden and Straisley Dubois as setters for this game, and they really helped pull everything together. Allison Weatherly did a great job on defense for us, as well as McKenna Tribett covering the front lines.  I think we found a good combination, I’m excited to see how we will do next week against Lake Hamilton."