Rams win junior-high football opener
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.
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.