CONWAY — Conway St. Joseph outscored Southside 9-0 in a pair of 4A-3 Conference high school soccer matches here Monday.
The Bulldogs won 5-0. The Lady Bulldogs won 4-0.
Southerners goalie Brandon Ritter was credited with 19 saves.
Adrianna Jeffery notched 13 saves for the Lady Southerners.
It was the regular-season finale for both Southside teams. The Southerners finished 0-4 and sixth in the conference and 4-10 overall.
The Lady Southerners finished 1-4 and fourth in the conference and 1-9-1 overall.
PICKWICK DAM, Tenn. — Bethel topped the standings after the first round of play at the TranSouth Athletic Conference Women’s Golf Championship here Monday.
After 18 holes, the Wildcats posted a 342. Par is 288. Allyson Agee of Cumberland carded the low first round score with a 9-over par 81.
The tournament is being played at the Pickwick Landing State Park Golf Course. The Tennessee Trails course is playing to a par of 72 over 5,814 yards. There are four teams and 22 golfers competing in the women’s tournament.
COTTER — Drew Fortson pitched a 2-hitter and Skylar Litaker provided three hits to lead the Midland Mustangs to a 10-0 victory in a 2A-2 District high school baseball game here Monday.
Fortson struck out six Cotter Warriors and walked two.
“We also gave Drew excellent defensive support,” Midland Coach Donnie Branscum said. “We turned two double plays and had no errors in the field.”
NEWPORT — The Cedar Ridge Lady Timberwolves defeated the Newport Lady Greyhounds 5-1 in a nonconference high school softball game here Monday afternoon.
Chelsea Hendrix pitched the first four innings for Cedar Ridge and allowed two hits, walked four and struck out one. Maci Thomas provided relief and gave up six hits, struck out one and walked none.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — As Phil Mickelson strolled up to the 18th green, his third green jacket locked up, he wondered if his wife would be waiting for him.
She’d been there the first two times he won the Masters, but he would’ve understood if she decided to skip this victory celebration.
Yet there she was, waiting with an embrace they’ll remember for a lifetime.
“I normally don’t shed tears over wins,” Mickelson said, his eyes watering. “When Amy and I hugged off 18, that was a very emotional moment for us. I’ll cherish every moment of this week.”
Don’t expect to see Mark Bartlett atop another Arkansas State Golf Association tournament leader board anytime soon.
“Looking at the ASGA schedule and the baseball schedule, I’ll probably not play another event until July,” Bartlett said shortly after winning The Course at Eagle Mountain Men’s Stroke-play Tournament, the first ASGA designated event of the season.
The 41-year-old from Searcy won by one stroke over Trey Schaap of North Little Rock and 2-time all-state golfer Justin Burns (Izard County, 2005) of Franklin.
NEWPORT — The Newport Greyhounds scored three runs in the fourth inning to overtake the Cave City Cavemen and went on to win 7-6 in nonconference high school baseball action here Friday.
Cave City led 3-0 after two innings. The hosts scored one in the third and three each in the fourth and sixth innings. The visitors scored three in the top of the seventh and had the tying run at second base when the game ended.
William Boyd hit two for four for Cave City. Dalton Bell drove in two for the 11-6 Cavemen.
Newport’s Kordre Taylor hit three for three and drove in three runs.
LOCUST GROVE — The 2010 points racing season took the green flag Friday night at Batesville Motor Speedway.
Defending factory stock champion Andy Carpenter picked up where he left off last season with a feature win. He was chased by David Hagler and Heath Grizzle.
Terry Brooks edged last year’s street stock champion, Joe Payne, for Friday night’s feature win. Chuck McGinty was third.
The IMCA Modified trophy went to Richie Tosh, who left Ronnie Jeffrey, Jason Wilkey and the rest of the field in his dust.
Batesville registered another pair of shutouts in 5A-East District high school soccer action when the Lady Pioneers won 2-0 and the Pioneers won 6-0 over Greene County Tech’s teams in Pioneer Stadium on Friday.
Lady Pioneer senior Mildren Garcia scored in the first half and was assisted by classmate Danielle Goodwin. Junior Kali Foreman scored in the second half with an assist from freshman Lainey Rumans.
The Lady Pioneers outshot the Lady Eagles 30-4. Yesenia Gutierrez, Batesville’s senior goalie, recorded four saves.
HARRISON — The Southside Lady Southerners won three of four softball games over the weekend.
The lone loss was in the championship game of the Greater Ozarks Invitational in Harrison on Saturday.
Rosebud won the title 10-4. Southside advanced to the championship with a 15-6 win over Berryville and an 8-2 tilt against Lincoln.
Chelsea Harmon and Tandra McPherson were credited with doubles in the loss to Rose Bud. Haley Mourer took the loss, dropping her to 9-5. She also pitched the three wins.
PULASKI, Tenn. — The Lyon College Pipers left 10 runners on base in a 6-2 game-one loss to No. 24 Martin Methodist and then lost 12-1 in a run-rule shortened nightcap Saturday during a TranSouth Conference doubleheader.
Saturday’s twinbill sweep was preceded by the same Friday against Freed-Hardeman.
The Pipers (11-19, 1-5) have lost nine straight and have been defeated in their last five TranSouth games. They are last in the standings.
Martin Methodist (32-11, 6-4) has won five in a row and are third in the standings. Freed-Hardeman (14-18, 5-5) is fourth.
The No. 17 Union Bulldogs swept the Lyon Scots in a 3-game series over the weekend at Scots Field.
Lyon began the TranSouth series well Friday afternoon with a 7-0 lead. However, that was about the only enjoyment the Scots would get throughout the weekend. Union rallied for a 12-7 win in the opener and then swept Saturday’s doubleheader 7-1 and 12-3.