Carr tosses perfect game in Bulldogs’ opener

WHITE HALL — Tyler Carr threw a perfect game as White Hall pitched a 12-0 shutout over Hot Springs in the first game of a 5A-South Conference baseball doubleheader Tuesday.

White Hall finished the sweep with an 11-1 win.

Tyler Zuber went 3 for 3, Percy Arnold hit 2 for 3 and Justin McCarty homered in the first game. Landon Reed also had two hits.

In Game 2, Daniel Sprinkle earned the win with three innings of work. He was relieved by Zuber, who had six strikeouts.

McCarty, Daniel Gray, and Dylan Quickel each had two hits.

The Bulldogs will host Camden Fairview on Friday.

Watson Chapel 5, Magnolia 2

MAGNOLIA — Trevor Langford smashed a two-run home run and Dalton Barker batted in two runs as the Wildcats (11-3, 6-0 in 5A-South) remained unbeaten in conference play with a three-run win over the Panthers.

Watson Chapel’s Justin Pierce worked the first three innings and allowed two runs on four hits, striking out two. Jalyn Jackson took over the next three innings and held Magnolia to one hit while fanning three, and Josh Dardenne pitched the seventh for the save.

Star City 12, Dumas 1

DUMAS — Blake Wynn pitched a complete game, allowing four hits and striking out four in a win for the Bulldogs (12-5, 8-1 in 8-4A).

Austin Capps was 3 for 3 with two RBIs, Tye Brown was 3 for 4 with one RBI, and Zack went 1 for 2 with an RBI for Star City. The Bulldogs will play a conference game Thursday at Monticello.

Woodlawn 20, Norphlet 0

WOODLAWN — The Bears remained unbeaten in the 7-2A East with a blowout over the Leopards.

Brett Boyd, Trey Chapman, Caleb Holleman, and Blake Erstine each had two hits for Woodlawn (11-6, 3-0 in 7-2A East). J.P. Aikens earned the win allowing one hit, and striking out eight.

The Bears travel to Junction City on Friday.

Drew Central 13, Lake Village 1 (3 inn.)

MONTICELLO — Drew Central (5-9, 1-4 in 8-3A) picked up its first conference win in three innings Tuesday. Colton Davis and Aaron Goad each had two RBIs for the Pirates. Tommy Wilmoth allowed no hits and had three strikeouts on the mound.

Drew Central will continue conference play Friday at Smackover.


Sheridan 7, Texarkana 0

TEXARKANA — The Lady Jackets (17-2, 8-0 in 7A/6A-South) shutout the Razorbacks on Tuesday. Olivia Reed received the win allowing two hits and striking out five.

For Sheridan, Allison Stipes was 3 for 4 with two RBIs and Morgan White was 1 for 3 and scored two runs. The Lady Jackets will play at Lake Hamilton on Friday.

Ridgway Christian 15, Southwest Christian 0 (3 inn.)

At Seabrook Family Christian Center, Lauren Rose tossed a no-hitter in a run-rule victory. She struck out seven of 11 batters faced.

For Ridgway (7-1, 4-1 in AACS South Region), Crystal McVay and Madison Heflin each had two hits.


White Hall 5, Hot Springs 2

WHITE HALL — The Bulldogs improved to 7-4-2 and 2-2 in the 5A-South Tuesday.

Just 5 minutes in, midfielder Ben Malone gave the Bulldogs a 1-0 lead when he scored from 20 yards out on a deflection. Ten minutes later, Will Tietz made a pass to Kinzie Kight, who scored from 10 yards out. At the 22-minute mark, Malone made a pass to Ruben Zamora who scored to make it 3-0 in favor of the Bulldogs.

Hot Springs answered back to make it 3-1 at the half. In the second half, at the 46-minute mark, Jordan Lawson headed the ball to Thomas Johnson, who scored his first high school goal.

After a Hot Springs score, Tyler Maynard answered with his first high school goal as well.

Senior center Garrett Griffith shut down the Hot Springs offensive line, allowing only four shots on goal to White Hall’s 20.

The Bulldogs have a long rest until they host Hot Springs Lakeside on April 26. This is also their senior night.


White Hall 2, Hot Springs 1

WHITE HALL — The White Hall Lady Bulldogs (3-6-1, 1-3 in 5A-South) earned their first conference win Tuesday against the Hot Springs Lady Trojans.

Sarah Smith and Marleigh Pierce scored the Lady Bulldogs’ only two goals in the first half. Defense was the story of this game, as Hot Springs scored its first goal with 9 minutes left in the game.

The Lady Bulldogs will face Hot Springs Lakeside on April 26 for senior night.