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CBC SPORTS: Jairak Wins Tourney

Women’s Golf

         • Blanchard, Okla., Oct. 3 — Entering the final round in third place, CBC looked to improve their standing in the final round of the Battle at Winter Creek. CBC wouldn’t make up any ground, finishing in third place with a score of 746. Individually, Alyssa Hagewood posted another top-10, finishing sixth with a 169. Abby Kirby was next with a 178, while Laney Crutchfield shot 191, Thaylia Ramirez shot a 208, and Kara Keathley shot a 249.

Men’s Golf

         • Blanchard, Okla., Oct. 3 — Entering the final round trailing by four shots, CBC looked to move up and win the Battle at Winter Creek. CBC ended up finishing second with a 54-hole score of 916, finishing 8 shots behind the hosts from University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. Individually, Kitsakon Jairak won the title by three shots, closing with a 72 for a final score of 219. Leopold Maes finished in a tie for third at 228, while Jakub Slapal finished in a tie for sixth with a 232. Emmanuel LaBeur shot a 237, and Paul Gomez finished with a 246.

Volleyball

         • Batesville, Oct. 3 — Heading on the road for a midweek contest, CBC renewed their rivalry with former American Midwest Conference (AMC) foe Lyon (LC) at Becknell Gymnasium. CBC (7-9) dropped the match in straight sets to LC (7-10), falling to 3-21 all-time against the Scots. Ahna Merrell led the way in kills for the Mustangs with 6 while Brooke Schmitz led with 11 assists and Mikayla Lawrence paced the digs with 15. Madeline Freeman and Kailee Walker also both broke into double figures in digs with 10 each as CBC won the service battle, serving 2 aces to just 1 for Lyon while forcing the Scots to make 6 service errors.

         • Conway, Oct. 6 — Returning home for an AMC contest, CBC hosted the Eagles of Williams Baptist University (WBU) inside A.R. Reddin Fieldhouse. CBC (8-9, 2-2 AMC) swept WBU (4-11, 0-4 AMC) in straight sets, including a comeback in set three where they trailed 8-0 and won the set 25-16. Madeline Freeman led the way in kills with 11 and notched her fifth career triple-double adding 11 assists and 10 digs to her ledger. Faith Stone also finished in double figures in kills with 10 while Brooke Schmitz paced the Mustangs in assists with 22 and Mikayla Lawrence led the way in digs with 20.

         • Conway, Oct. 7 — Looking for their second win in as many days and to get back to .500 on the season, CBC hosted the Patriots of Baptist Bible College (BBC) at A.R. Reddin Fieldhouse. CBC (9-9) won the first, third and fifth sets to take the match 3-2 over BBC (8-10) and get to .500 for the first time this season. Madeline Freeman, who posted her second straight triple-double, led the way in kills with 14 while Brooke Schmitz led in assists with 21 and Mikayla Lawrence led in digs with 26. CBC finished with 50 kills to 59 for BBC and a .105 hitting percentage to .112 but it was on the serve where the Mustangs capitalized, doubling the Patriots in service aces in the match.

Cross Country

         • Clarksville, Oct. 7 — Competing for the third time this fall season, CBC ran at the University of the Ozarks Invitational. Josh Brown ran the 8K on the men’s side and posted a personal record time of 38:53.6 in the race, which was the first time he competed at Ozarks in his sixth career meet. Mackenzie Milligan ran the 5K on the women’s side and ran a time of 25:43.2 in her event, just .4 of a second slower than her personal best set on the same course last season.

Women’s Soccer

         • Fulton, Mo., Oct. 7 — Returning to AMC play for the third straight Saturday, CBC took on the Owls of William Woods (WWU) at Firley Field. CBC (3-7-3, 1-0-2 AMC) went scoreless into halftime with WWU (4-6-2, 1-0-1 AMC) before scoring twice in the second half following a pair of Owl goals to draw 2-2. Amanda Parreiras and Vitoria Loiola were the goal scorers for CBC, with Parreiras notching her second of the year and Loiola cashing in on her seventh.

Men’s Soccer

         • Fulton, Mo., Oct. 7 — Playing an AMC match for just the second time, CBC took on the Owls of William Woods (WWU) at Firley Field. CBC (4-7-2, 0-0-2 AMC) trailed 1-0 at the half and 2-0 early in the second before coming back to draw 2-2 with WWU (8-3-2, 1-0-1 AMC). Hugh McAuley scored for the second time this season and later assisted on Joe McElhinney’s fourth of the year. Jasper Gadellaa kept CBC in the match, stopping 11 Owls attempts on net.

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