Pine Bluff totaled four inside-the-park home runs Friday in a season-opening softball doubleheader against Dollarway, winning 21-6 and 21-2 at home.
Brittany Wright accounted for three of the homers, two of which came in the second game. She went 3 for 4 in the first game.
Cessiley Johnson went 2 for 2 with two doubles, and Kye Richardson 2 for 3 in the first game for Pine Bluff. In the second game, Jada Taylor was 4 for 4 with the other inside-the-park round-tripper, and Amber McDonald batted 3 for 3.
White Hall 4, Stuttgart 1
WHITE HALL — The Bulldogs took 15 shots on goal and scored three times in the first half, cruising past the Ricebirds.
Ruben Zamora assisted on three of White Hall’s goals, connecting with Kinzie Kight for two goals and crossing to Ben Malone for a header from 5 yards out. Tommy Townsend scored from 10 yards out off a Malone assist 6 minutes into he game.
The Bulldogs (5-1) scored on its own goal in the second half to put the Ricebirds on the board.
Cody Jones made nine saves for White Hall, which will host Sylvan Hills on Monday.
Pine Bluff 5, LR McClellan 2
The Pine Bluff boys soccer team opened the year with a win over Little Rock McClellan at home.
Tim Cannon made 12 saves for Pine Bluff as Brodick Bradley scored two goals. Trevor Hunt, Jairo Ledesma and Lorenzo Williams all had one goal for Pine Bluff. Dustin Willis was named the MVP of the game.
Pine Bluff held McClellan scores until the final five minutes when the Zebras gave up two goals.
Pine Bluff plays Tuesday at Benton.
White Hall 5, Stuttgart 1
WHITE HALL — Corea Lowery, who was moved to forward, scored four breakaway goals and took four more in leading the Lady Bulldogs over the Lady Ricebirds.
Maria Ramirez had the other goal for White Hall. She attempted four more shots. Marleigh Pearce didn’t connect on five attempts, but she responded after coach Marc Oudin encouraged her to shoot.
Ally Stuart made four saves and Kaci Jelks came up with three for White Hall.
Dumas 6, Warren 2
DUMAS — Trey Winchester struck out five in two innings, and the Bobcats improved to 2-0 in the 8-4A Conference with a victory over the Lumberjacks.
Dumas totaled eight hits to Warren’s four. For Warren (3-4, 0-2 in 8-4A) Logan Adams batted 2 for 3 with a run and stolen base, Troy Sellers went 1 for 3 with the other run, and A.J. Moring hit 1 for 2. Adams struck out three, walked four and gave up eight hits in 5 2/3 innings pitched.