WHITE HALL — Abby Weaver went 3 for 4 and Lauren Graves homered in helping White Hall defeat Watson Chapel 9-1 in a 5A-South softball game Monday.
Sydnee Clark and Ciara Linker both hit doubles, and Summer Henderson contributed a hit for White Hall (14-4, 8-1 in 5A-South). The Lady Bulldogs scored nine runs on eight hits.
Clark struck out five in the pitching win.
No statistics for the Lady Wildcats were available.
White Hall will continue conference play at Hot Springs Lakeside on Thursday. Watson Chapel will travel to Camden Fairview on Thursday.
Woodlawn 2, Norphlet 1
WOODLAWN — A run on a passed ball gave Woodlawn (16-7, 12-2 in 7-2A East) the victory and a first-place tie with Junction City in the conference.
Norphlet hit a home run in the fourth inning. In the bottom of the seventh, Woodlawn’s Callie Donaldson walked, and Amber Helms came in to pinch-run.
Maddie Stewart’s sacrifice fly scored the first run for the Lady Bears. Delaney Boyd later scored on a passed ball to win.
The Lady Bears will play their Senior Night game today against Parkers Chapel.
Woodlawn 16, Bearden 1
WOODLAWN — The home Bears (14-7, 4-1 in 7-2A East) rolled to a 16-1 victory over the visiting Bears on Monday.
J.P. Aiken and Colby Ferguson were both 2 for 3 on the day for Woodlawn. Aiken had an RBI triple, and Ferguson batted in two runs. Jacob Richardson was also 1 for 1 with two RBIs.
Colton Williams went three innings, gave up one hit, and had five strikeouts in the win. Trevor Weldon then pitched one inning, allowed no hits and had one strikeout.
Woodlawn will travel to Hampton today.
Stuttgart 5, Clinton 4
STUTTGART — Stuttgart scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat Clinton 5-4 Monday night.
Jon Curtis earned the win for Stuttgart after pitching five innings of scoreless relief. He allowed just hits with one walk and two strikeouts. Ragen Counce tied the game with a lead-off home run in the bottom of the seventh. He finished 1 for 3 with a run, an RBI and a walk.
Starter Hunter Harris pitched just two innings and allowed four runs (three earned) on two hits with two walks and two strikeouts.
Stuttgart also scored a run in the first and two in the fourth. Clinton scored all four of its runs in the third inning.
Stuttgart’s Taylor Daniels finished the game 2 for 4 with a run.
Star City 4, DeWitt 3 (8 inn.)
STAR CITY — Austin Powell laced the walk-off hit in the extra inning to give the Bulldogs (14-6, 10-1 in 8-4A) a win over the Dragons (5-6 in 8-4A).
Powell went 2 for 4, as did Zach House for Star City. Austin Capps was 2 for 3, and pinch-hitter Kain Patton went 1 for 1, giving Star City a lead on a fourth-inning hit.
Star City plays at Hamburg today.
Arkadelphia 9, Sheridan 2
SHERIDAN — The Yellowjackets fell to the Badgers on Monday. Caleb Hollinger was charged with the loss.
Arkadelphia scored seven runs in the first inning and two the last five innings. Sheridan scored one run in the fourth, as Hunter Strong scored on a Brian Taylor single. In the bottom of the fifth, Lathan Wylie drove in Reese Lisenbey.
Wylie led the Yellowjackets with two hits. Sheridan will travel to Little Rock Fair today.