WHITE HALL — For the second time this week, a White Hall pitcher threw a no-hitter.
Tyler Carr threw a perfect game in a baseball victory over Hot Springs on Tuesday. Sydnee Clark nearly did the same in softball against Camden Fairview on Friday.
Clark allowed only a hit batter to reach base, but she gave up no hits or walks and struck out eight in a 10-0, five-inning victory.
Clark also hit 2 for 3 at the plate, as did Karia Hall and Lindsey Williams. Hall and Williams both doubled.
The defending 5A state champions improved to 13-4 and 7-1 in the 5A-South with the win.
Sheridan 7, Lake Hamilton 0
PEARCY — The Sheridan Lady Jackets (18-2, 8-0 in 7A/6A-South) remained undefeated in the conference Friday at Lake Hamilton.
Sidney Bonner earned the win with five strikeouts. Olivia Reed led the Lady Jackets, going 3 for 4 with two RBIs.
The Lady Jackets will continue conference play at home Wednesday against El Dorado.
Texarkana 18, Pine Bluff 1
At Hill-Alford Field, the Fillies (9-6, 2-6 in 7A/6A-South) were defeated by the Razorbacks on Friday.
Most of the junior varsity players filled the lineup for the Fillies due to injuries. Jada Taylor had a double and scored on a wild pitch.
Cessiley Johnson received the loss, even though Texarkana only had four earned runs.
The Fillies will play Bryant next Thursday.
Woodlawn 5, Bearden 4
WOODLAWN —Laynie Nelson and Rebecca Britt were both 2 for 2 with two RBIs, leading the home Lady Bears (12-5, 10-2) past the visiting Lady Bears.
Lily Henderson earned the win. She went seven innings, striking out 10.
Woodlawn will host Hampton on Monday.
White Hall 7, Camden Fairview 2
WHITE HALL — Tyler Zuber tossed a complete game, striking out 15 and allowing four hits and a walk in the Bulldogs’ first outing since Tyler Carr’s perfect game.
The win allowed White Hall (13-4, 7-1 in 5A-South) to take a half-game lead on Watson Chapel for first place in the conference.
At the plate, Kirk Baugh lined three hits, and Landon Reed and Zuber each had two hits for the Bulldogs.
White Hall will play at De Queen on Thursday.
Hot Springs Lakeside 14, Watson Chapel 4
HOT SPRINGS — The Wildcats (11-4, 6-1) suffered their first conference loss Friday against the Rams.
Landen Colson, Jacob Owen and Chris McCullogh each had hits for Watson Chapel, Owen with two RBIs.
Josh Dardenne took the loss.
Fordyce 10, Camden Harmony Grove 0
FORDYCE — The Redbugs (15-1, 4-0 in 8-3A) remained undefeated in conference with a win Friday against the Hornets.
Brayden Chambers led the Redbugs going 3 for 4 with three RBIs. Dane Kemp was 2 for 4 with two RBIs, and Jordan Manes also contributed with two RBIs.
Chambers also earned the win. He went six innings, allowed only three hits, and had 11 strikeouts.
The Redbugs will face Parkers Chapel on Monday.
Junction City 4, Woodlawn 1
JUNCTION CITY — Jacob Richardson launched a solo home run in the first inning, but the Bears could not build on the good start as the Dragons took a 7-2A East Conference victory.
Bret Boyd allowed three hits and four runs in four innings pitched for Woodlawn. J.P. Aikens gave up a hit in two innings.
Blake Erstine hit a double and Colton Williams singled for the Bears.
Smackover 10, Drew Central 0
SMACKOVER — Tommy Wilmoth had two hits, but received the loss for the Pirates (5-10, 0-5 in 8-3A). The Pirates will play Carlisle Monday at Taylor Field.