Conway's boys won five individual titles and two relays Saturday in finishing second to Little Rock Central in the 6A-7A state swimming championships at Fayetteville.
Conway had 419 points to Little Rock Central's 440.
Johnathon Hopkins (diving), Aaron Rieth (200 IM), Ty Wingfield (50 freestyle), AJ Mainord (100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke) won state championships. Conway also won the 200 and medley and 200 freestyle relays.
The Conway results:
1-meter diving: Johnathon Hopkins.
200-yard medley relay: 1. Conway.
200 individual medley: 1 Aaron Rieth.
50 freestyle: 1. Ty Wingfield.
100 butterfly: 1. AJ Mainord; 2. Ethan Marotte.
100 freestyle: 3. Wingfield
200 freestyle relay: 1. Conway
100 backstroke: 2. Rieth
100 breastroke: 1. Mainord; 3. Marotte.
The Conway girls finished fourth with 175 points.
1-meter diving: 2. Anna Harris.
200 medley relay: 5. Conway.
100 backstroke:5. Emily Holman
400 freestyle: 4. Conway.
In the 1A-5A meet, Ally Swaim of Vilonia was fifth in the 100 freestyle.
CHS indoor track
In the state indoor track meet at Fayetteville, Conway's boys finished sixth among 51 teams.
"We were very pleased with our performances in the indoor meet," said coach Johnny Kennedy. "The weather has not been in our favor, or anyone’s favor as far as getting outside to practice the last couple of weeks. Our guys really competed at a high level for this time of the year. We left a lot of points at home because of the events that are in the indoor set up. "We were really excited with the performances from some sophomores and a senior who competes in soccer and track at the same time.
"Sean Jamerson and Tommy Grady are sophomores that we really expect great things from. Cary McClain (junior) had a great meet and if things would have worked out you will see him compete on a high level running as well.
"We were so impressed with Jarrett Hoover and the School record in the 60 meters (7.16) , .here are some big names on that record board. Our distance group is going to be a work in progress for a while until we can get everyone health and ready to compete at the leave we are accustom to."
60 meters: 7. Jarrett Hoover 7.16 (school record)
60 meter hurdles: 4. Tommy Grady 8.56
200 meters: 3. Sean Jamerson 22.63
High Jump: 5. Hoover 5-10
Long jump: 2. Cary McClain 21-8.5
Triple jump: 3. McClain 43’9”-- 4th Hoover 43-2
Lindenwood-Belleville held off a Central Baptist College comeback Saturday in handing the Mustangs (20-7, 16-6) their second straight defeat in a game at Belleville, Ill.
CBC trailed by 16 at he half and fought back to force overtime before falling to the Lynx (13-17, 10-12 AMC), 102-99.
Percell Washington ledwith 24 points, while Ashford Golden had 21, including the 3-pointer that sent the game into overtime. TeShawn Sims led CBC with seven rebounds, and the team outrebounded the Lynx 41-36.
Despite the loss, CBC will still be the second seed in the AMC Tournament. The quarterfinal matchup will be a rematch with Lindenwood-Belleville on Wednesday at CBC, Lindenwood-Bellville ended the season for CBC (11-18, 7-14) with a 76-47 victory.
Morgan Fimpel ended her CBC career with 10 points.
Hunter Strong hit a single to left field in the 10th inning to score Josh Somdecerff with the opening game’s only run in a hard-fought 1-0 extra-inning victory Sunday at Bear Stadium.
Missouri State (4-2) took the nightcap 5-2 as UCA left 14 runners on base.
Game 1 was a tight pitching duel between UCA senior Tyler Gray and MSU’ Dylan Coleman. Gray went seven innings, striking out nine and allowing just twi hits. Coleman made it through eight innings with 13 strikeouts, also allowing just a pair of hits.
Trae BoBo’s walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth inning
scored pinch-runner Cody Duffey and gave the Central Baptist College baseball team a 4-3 winover American Midwest Conference opponent Harris-Stowe State.
CBC (6-6, 1-0 AMC) pounded out 10 hits while the Hornets (6-5, 0-1 AMC) committed five errors that led to three unearned runs.
The Central Arkansas Bears closed the rain ravaged 2018 UCA Invitational on Monday afternoon, falling to the Austin Peay Governors 6-2.
The Bears earlier defeated Coppin State, 2-1 and Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 10-2. They lost to Kansas, 12-1.