Rams win ju­nior-high foot­ball opener

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Isaac Echols scored two sec­ond-half touch­downs and rushed for 183 yards as Lake­side de­feated vis­it­ing White Hall 4228 Tues­day night at Austin Field in the ju­nior-high opener for both teams.

The Rams drove 71 yards in the third quar­ter to break a 28-all tie, Echols scor­ing from six yards out. Echols ran for a two-point con­ver­sion and went over from eight yards out for a fourth-quar­ter score, the con­ver­sion at­tempt fail­ing. Echols car­ried 20 times with a long gain of 28 yards.

Echols re­turned a kick­off 83 yards for a 6-6 tie in the first quar­ter, and Ethan Cevela re­turned an in­ter­cep­tion 47 yards in the sec­ond pe­riod for a 28-20 Ram lead. Will Ross passed 22 yards to Ty Davis for a touch­down and Will Per­rigo ran for a pair of two-point con­ver­sions.

Ross com­pleted three of five passes for 103 yards, Daniel Gat­son with one re­cep­tion for 41 yards and Davis two for 62.

The ju­nior Rams re­turn to ac­tion Sept.

7 at De Queen.

High school golf

MALVERN — Co-medal­ist Mon­tana Car­den helped Foun­tain Lake win a high school golf match here Tues­day at Malvern Coun­try Club.

Car­den and Baux­ite’s Jake Mat­tie each had a 40. Sopho­more Zach Red­ifer (42) and se­nior Kyle Thomas (43) rounded out Foun­tain Lake’s team score of 125, the Co­bras de­feat­ing Baux­ite by 14 strokes.

Baux­ite, led by medal­ist Sophia Canale (40), won the girls’ team ti­tle at 167.

Foun­tain Lake is host to Lake Hamil­ton to­day at the Dia­mante course in Hot Springs Vil­lage.

* Bis­marck’s Sawyer Hardage had an 82 and Lake Hamil­ton’s Caleb Dodd an 85 in a two-team high school golf match Tues­day at DeGray Lake Re­sort State Park.

Lake Hamil­ton’s Jor­dan John­son (101) had the third-low­est score. Other Bis­marck golfers were Daw­son King and Lo­gan Bubulka.

Low­est scores in the girls’ match were by Bis­marck team­mates Es­ther Filipek (100), Lake Hamil­ton’s Jaci Palmer (103), Bis­marck’s Makenna Nor­ris (110) and Lake Hamil­ton’s Jor­dyn Thacker (111). Bis­marck’s Hayli Fend­ley and Lake Hamil­ton’s Stormie Kilpatrick also com­peted.

Vol­ley­ball re­sults

Hot Springs bounced back from a

3-0 loss to Magnolia with a 3-0 win over vis­it­ing Little Rock Mills Tues­day night.

Jamie Broad­way fin­ished with seven kills and eight digs while Bre­unna Collins chipped in with three kills and six blocks. Bri­ana Al­daz added 10 digs and two kills for the Lady Tro­jans and Jaidan Thomas had four kills in the 25-18, 25-12, 25-21 win.

Se­van­nah Law­son two kills and one block in a 25-21, 25-18 win for the ju­nior Lady Tro­jans. Hot Springs im­proved to

2-1 be­fore tonight’s matchup with vis­it­ing El Do­rado.

* Lake­side im­proved to 7-2-1 with a 3-0 road win over Malvern.

Lake­side coaches named Kai­ley Bausch player of the game for her 19 digs in the 2512, 25-11, 25-14 match. Han­nah Whor­ton recorded four kills,

13 as­sists and seven digs and Olivia Lawrence five kills, 12 as­sists and three digs for the Lady Rams. Other con­trib­u­tors were Gay­lynn Green (eight digs, three kills), Lyca Steel­man (seven kills), Molly Stine­man (six digs) and Abby Ma­honey (five kills).

Lake­side’s ju­nior var­sity (31) de­feated Malvern 25-15, 25-14. Hat­tie Anne Dou­glas had three kills and four digs, Dae­lynn White eight digs and Claire Monte three kills and five digs. Also con­tribut­ing were McKaila Davis (five as­sists), Cailin Ward (two kills, seven as­sists and seven digs), MC Cowen (nine digs) and Shelby Kath­cart (three solo blocks).

Lake­side’s ninth-grade team roared past Malvern 25-5, 25-9 with 12 ser­vice points (three aces) from Tay­lor Ramirez and two kills each by Mad­die Trusty, Ha­ley Fauber, Natalie Jen­nings, Katie Bal­lard and Ava Monte. Jen­nings added five aces and five as­sists, Monte chip­ping in three as­sists.

Lake­side’s ninth-grade girls de­fveated Magnolia 25-9, 25-14, led by Jen­nings with eight ser­vice points (three aces), five as­sists and two kills. Mad­die Trusty added seven kills, an ace, three digs, two as­sists and a solo block. Also con­tribut­ing were Adachi Ig­bokidi (two kills), Bal­lard (three kills) and Macy Landry (eight digs).

An­nalise McAl­lis­ter had

11 ser­vice points (two aces), Sarah Porter nine (one ace) and Mady Daven­port six (one ace) as Lake­side’s eighth-grade girls downed Malvern 25-18,

25-18. McAl­lis­ter had 10 ser­vice points (three aces) and Abi­gail Thomas and Gabby Blade five each in Mon­day’s road win over Magnolia.

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