Rogers Heritage 1, Fort Smith Northside 1 (PKs)
The War Eagles advanced to the finals of the River Valley Cup by knocking off the defending Class 7A state champions in penalty kicks.
The score was 0-0 at halftime. Tony Hurtado scored Heritage's lone goal in regulation. Rodney Vasquez had the assist.
Rogers Heritage 2, Russellville 0
Tony Hurtado scored both goals to help the War Eagles earn the win in the opening round of the River Valley Cup.
Oscar Rivas and Jonathan Moore picked up an assist each for Heritage.
Siloam Springs 6, Beebe 0
Christian Marroquin scored four goals and Eli Jackson had four assists as the Panthers defeated Beebe to open 5A-West Conference play.
Danny Daugherty and Junior Garza added goals for the Panthers (5-2, 1-0), while Gerson Mattias added an assist.
Marroquin scored off Matias' assist for the Panthers' first goal in the 27th minute, and he scored on a penalty kick in the 30th minute. Jackson's first assist went to Daugherty in the 34th minute, and he assisted on goals to Marroquin in the 47th and 51st minutes. Jackson found Garza for the final score in the 60th minute.
Siloam Springs 8, Beebe 0
The Siloam Springs girls soccer team continued their scoring surge with an 8-0 mercy rule win at Beebe on Friday to open 5A-West Conference play.
Madi Race scored a pair of goals, while Hadley Crenshaw, Shelby Johnson, Hailey Dorsey, Laura Morales, Macie Herrell and Brooklyn Shreve each scored a single goal apiece. Bethany Markovich had a pair of assists off corner kicks. Morales and Johnson also had assists for the Lady Panthers (3-4, 1-0).
Crenshaw scored the first goal off a Markovich cornerkick, while Race had the second and third goals, one of which was unassisted and the other on a pass from Morales. Johnson and Doresey netted the fourth and fifth goals unassisted, while Johnson found Morales for the sixth goal. Herrell scored unassisted, while Shreve scored off a cornerkick from Markovich.
Bentonville 4, North Little Rock 0
Four Bentonville pitchers combined for a four-hitter as the Tigers defeated North Little Rock during the Best Sports Classic at Veterans Park in Rogers.
The win was Todd Abbott's 250th as Bentonville's head coach.
The Tigers (2-0) had only three hits, but one of them was a one-out triple by Hunter Hook, who scored on a wild pitch in the first inning. Sam Golden had an RBI triple in the third, and Bentonville added two runs in the fourth without a hit.
Keegan Allen threw three innings and struck out six while picking up the win. Will Abbott, Levi Bennett and Payton Allen completed the shutout in relief, and each pitcher struck out two batters.
Booneville 11, Fountain Lake 10 (8 innings)
Carson Ray reached on a error and later scored on a passed ball in the bottom of the eighth inning to give the Bearcats the win.
Booneville (3-4) trailed 5-0 and 10-5 before scoring four runs in the sixth and forced extra innings on Brandon Ulmer's two-out, RBI single in the bottom of the seventh.
Ray finished 3-for-5 with a double and a home run and drove in two runs for the Bearcats.Blakley Cobb picked up the win in relief, allowing two runs on one hit over three innings of work. He struck out seven and walked one.
Shiloh Christian 3, Greenwood 1
The Saints snapped a 1-1 tie thanks to a wild pitch and added another run on Jaden Henry followed with an RBI-single en route to the nonconference win.
Shiloh Christian picked up the win, despite getting only three hits. Cole Oswald picked up the win, allowing a run on two hits over five innings of work. He struck out four and did not walk a batter. Drew Dudley pitched two hitless innings for the save.
Nick Phelps had a double for the Bulldogs (4-2), who were limited to just two hits. Phelps also took he loss on the mound.
Rogers High 6, North Little Rock 1 (10 innings)
The Charging Wildcats scored five runs in the top of the 10th inning to claim the extra-inning win.
North Little Rock had only two hits in the big inning but was aided by two walks, two Mountie errors and a hit batsman.
Rogers took a 1-0 lead in the third inning as Tim Howard singled and later scored on an error. North Little Rock tied the game in the top of the sixth on a sacrifice fly.
Howard and Brandon Husted led the Mounties with two hits each.
Matthew Watson pitched four scoreless innings for Rogers, allowing just one hit and striking out 10. Marc Sussman allowed one unearned run over five innings.
Conway 6, Rogers Heritage 4
The Wampus Cats jumped to a 3-0 lead after three innings and held off a late War Eagle charge to claim the nonconference win.
Josh Llewellyn and Ben Pollock led Heritage with two hits each, while Quentin Edwards drove in two runs.
Monroe (La.) Ouachita Christian 4, Bentonville 3
Bentonville's trip to Louisiana has resulted in three straight walk-off victories -- for the opposing team.
Ouachita Christian scored a run in the bottom of the seventh after Bentonville (2-3) tied the game with a run in the top half of the inning. Jenna Wildeman singled, went to third on a double by Morgan Nelson and scored on McKenzie Vaughan's groundout.
The Lady Tigers managed just five hits -- two by Wildeman -- but one was a solo home run by Emily Perry. Vaughan was the losing pitcher as she allowed four runs on 11 hits but struck out eight.
Bryant 18, Rogers Heritage 4
The Lady Hornets banged out 15 hits in the four-inning nonconference win.
Allyson Fultz went 2-for-3 and drove in a run, while Kylie Germann also drove in two runs for the Lady War Eagles.
North Little Rock 12, Rogers High 9
The Lady Charging Wildcats grabbed a 7-1 lead after two innings and held off the Lady Mounties late.
Emma Kate Jackson and Courtney Storey had three hits each for Rogers. Storey, Jenna Williams and Kennady Stucki each drove in two runs.
Dardanelle 6, Fayetteville 0
Brittney Kirk struck out eight in four innings to lead Dardanelle past Fayetteville.
Shelby Kelly had three hits and three RBIs for Dardanelle, which outhit Fayetteville 9-2.
Preps Sports on 03/10/2019
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