Weekend sports scores

Staff Writer

The Malvern Leopards baseball team took part in the Harrison Tournament on Friday and Saturday, playing three games against teams from Missouri.
On Friday, they defeated the McDonald County Mustangs 7-3. On Saturday, the Leopards played a double-header, falling by one run in both games. In Game 1, Malvern lost 4-3 to the West Plains Zizzers. In Game 2, the Leopards were defeated by the Belton Pirates 7-6.

On Saturday, the Malvern Lady Leopards' softball team suffered a 5-2 loss on the road to the Ouachita Warriors.

The Malvern boys' soccer team suffered a 2-1 loss to Joe T. Robinson at home on Friday after leading 1-0 at the half.

The Malvern girls' soccer team also lost to Joe T. Robinson 2-0 on Friday, allowing both goals in the first half.

The Glen Rose Beavers baseball team picked up a 5-4 win over the Centerpoint Knights on the road on Friday.

Matching their male counterparts, the Glen Rose Lady Beavers softball team beat Centerpoint 6-2 in an away game on Friday to win their second game in a row. They defeated Spring Hill 6-0 on the road on Thursday to start the winning streak.

The Bismarck Lions got back on the winning side of things with a 14-6 win over Gurdon at home on Friday, thanks to a 12-run sixth inning. The day before, on Thursday, the Lions fell to Mountain Pine 5-1 on the road.

Over a three-day period, the Bismarck Lady Lions went 1-2 with a win sandwiched by a pair of losses. The Lady Lions were defeated 6-5 at home by Magnet Cove on Thursday, defeated Gurdon 12-2 on Friday and lost 7-6 to Magnolia in a tournament on Saturday.

The Magnet Cove Panthers' win streak is up to three games with wins on Thursday and Friday. The Panthers beat the Fountain Lake Cobras 6-2 at home on Thursdays, then on Friday, Magnet Cove knocked off Cutter Morning Star on the road 17-0.

After dropping their game to Bismarck, the Lady Panthers of Magnet Cove went 1-1 in their following two games. They had no trouble with Cutter Morning Star, picking up a three-inning, 16-1 win over the Lady Eagles on Friday on the road. In a tournament game on Saturday, the tables were turned on the Lady Panthers with a 10-1 loss to Hector.

The Poyen Indians baseball team dropped its fifth game in a row on Thursday in an 11-0 loss on the road to Jessieville on Thursday.

The Poyen Lady Indians have won three of their last four games, outscoring their opponents 30-3 in the wins. On Friday, the Lady Indians needed just three innings to beat Maumelle Charter 15-0 on the road. On Saturday, Poyen played three tournament games, with more success than failure. The Lady Indians beat Prescott 8-0, lost 9-7 to Dierks and defeated Hermitage 7-3.

The Ouachita Warriors baseball team got a win and a tie in the past few days. On Thursday, with the score tied 8-8 against Taylor at home, darkness forced the cessation of the game, leaving the contest unresolved. Ouachita made sure no such scenario would be in place on Friday in an 11-2 win at Mountain Pine on Friday.

In addition to the Ouachita Lady Warriors softball team's 5-2 tournament win over Malvern on Saturday, the Lady Warriors also lost 6-0 to Taylor on Thursday, 4-3 to Murfreesboro on Friday (both road games) and an 8-1 loss to Magnolia in a tournament game on Saturday.