Conway High only surrendered 17 points all evening in varsity and junior varsity volleyball matches Tuesday on the way to dominating victories over Little Rock Parkview.

In varsity play, the Lady Cats won, 25-2, 25-4, 25-3. Maddie Pressley had 10 kills for Conway (19-5, 9-3). Sara Nethercutt had 27 assists. Rachel Skinner added six aces and nine digs. Alexa Hreha had six aces and 10 digs.

In JV play, Conway won, 24-4, 25-4. Amber Morrow had five kills and Mackenzie Hart six aces for the Lady Cats (12-2, 9-2). Morgan Mourot had 14 assists and five aces.


PERRYVILLE — Conway Christian moved into third place in the conference Tuesday with a 25-23, 25-17, 25-21 victory over Perryville.

Adrianm Ferrand had seven aces. five kills and a block for the Lady Eagles (11-4 in conference). Megan Ledbetter added four aces, a dig and 12 assists. Lyndi Dather had an ace, six digs, three kills and Katelyn Helms had seven aces, two digs and three kills. Elizabeth Kennedy had three kills and a block. Shelby Shelton had two digs, Sarah Shelton three digs and Taylor Williams one ace and one assists.


The Central Baptist College men’s soccer team continued its hot streak by defeating Southwest Baptist, 4-1, Tuesday at Centennial Soccer Park.

The Mustangs (3-7, 1-0) have won three of their last four games, three wins in the past four games, outscoring their opponents 14-6 during that span.

Riding the speed of freshmen winger Joe Adkins two goals, the Mustangs (3-7, 1-0) jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead and never trailed.

The Mustangs wasted little time in the second half in increasing their lead. In the 53rd minute, Hlongwane played a through ball, splitting the SBU centerback, to freshman Jarrel Grimes who beat a defender before finishing at the near post from 15 yards out. CBC sealed the victory in the 84th minute by Adkins. Hlongwane earned his team-leading fourth assist of the season, playing a well-timed diagonal through ball behind the SBU backline to Adkins, whose left-footed shot found the far post netting completed the hat trick and gave the Mustangs the 4-1 lead.

CBC will play Thursday at Ozark Christian.


The Central Baptist College women’s soccer team defeated Texas College, 2-1, snapping a five-game losing streak.

CBC wasted little time scoring the games first goal of the second half. In the 46th minute, Mustang junior Ally Lamb’s service in the box found junior Jessica Wisenor. Wisenor’s half-volley beat TC’s diving goalkeeper, giving the Mustangs a 1-0 lead.

Texas College answered right back with a goal of their own in the 49th minute, sending a through ball behind the Mustangs backline to forward Eva Rubio. Rubio’s far post shot beat Mustangs senior goalkeeper Erika LaToure Castillo to even the score at 1-1.

The Lady Mustangs counter-punched with a goal of their own just three minutes later. CBC launched a corner kick into the box. As Texas College was unable to clear the ball, junior Libby Fulmer grabbed hold of the free ball inside the 6 and buried the game-winner.

CBC returns to Midland Conference action Saturday traveling to Forest City, Iowa, to take on Waldorf College.