Fort Smith area top performers in high school sports for the week of Aug. 1

Ft. Smith Southwest Times Record
Ft. Smith Southwest Times Record

The top performers in the Fort Smith area for high school sports for the week of Aug. 1.


Boys Golf

Brooks Herrera, Booneville: Tied for the tournament's low score with a 3-over-par 39 during the nine-hole event at Waldron Country Club, despite still recovering from a broken leg suffered in July's AA American Legion baseball state championship. The senior led the Bearcats to a one-stroke victory of 124 over Charleston in an event where three scores counted per team.

Rylen Ray, Booneville: The football fullback shot the Bearcats' second-best 41. The junior finished fourth overall.

Brandon Scott, Charleston: Finished tied for first individually with a 39.

Girls Golf

Maddie Flynn, Charleston: Shot 44 to finish second place overall and for the Lady Tigers in the girls division at Waldron Country Club. The team's three-person score of 136 won the nine-hole event by 31 strokes over Lincoln and Mena.

Peri Tygart, Charleston: Finished first individually with a 7-over-par 43.


Boys golf

Hogan Dunn, Van Buren: Dunn finished tied for fourth overall at the two-day Ultimate Auto Group Invitational with a 159 (82-77). The Pointers placed second overall to Class 6A Rogers.

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