The Conway baseball team traveled to Benton over Spring Break and brought home a championship trophy.

The Wampus Cats completed a run of three wins in four days Wednesday night with a 5-2 victory over Springdale to win the Central Arkansas Invitational.

The Cats took command at the beginning. They scored four runs on seven hits in the first. Then, Colin Cahill and Cade Tucker combined for a three-hitter to make the lead stick.

Jordan Weeks had three hits for Conway, including a double that drove in a run in the fifth.

The Cats scored the four runs in the first on six singles and a double by Grayson Pinkett.

Cahill, who struck out seven, had a no-hitter broken up in the fourth. Tucker threw two perfect innings in relief.


At Clermont, Fla., during its Spring Break trip, the Hendrix College softball team moved to 4-0 at The Spring Games in Florida with two more wins on Wednesday.

The Warriors (14-12) picked up a 2-0 victory over D’Youville College (4-6), then defeated the University of Wisconsin-Platteville (0-10) 9-1 in five innings.

Three pitchers combined for the seven-hit shutout for the Warriors over D’Youville. Freshman Dasha Donahoe allowed a walk and three hits over the first three innings. Freshman Savannah Draud (1-1) earned the win by striking out two and allowing four hits over three innings. Freshman Emily Stockalper picked up her first career save by getting the final three outs.

Against D’Youville, Bryanna Carlisle, Karli Sewell and Jamie Johnson had the only three hits for the Warriors.

Against UW-Prattville, Stockalper (8-6) earned the win with four strikeouts and allowing three hits, one run and two walks over five innings.

Dakota Stout took the loss, giving up eight hits, six earned runs and four walks.

Sewell went 2-for-2 with two runs scored and four RBI.


At Warrior Field on Wednesday night, the Hendrix College women’s lacrosse team won their fourth consecutive game by defeating Oklahoma Baptist University, 15-4.

The Warriors (6-4) led 3-2 after the first six minutes but finished the opening period with the next six goals to make the game 9-2 at half.

Freshman attacker Morgan Dasch scored a goal and netted five assists, the second most in school history.

Dasch ranks 12th in the nation with 24 assists and 18th with 46 points.