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McGregor leads Bears to 7-4 win over MVSU

ITTA BENA, Miss. (AP) - Katie McGregor finished with four hits to lead Central Arkansas to a 7-4 win over Mississippi Valley State. In the game last night at Itta Bena, Mississippi, the home team took an early 1-0 lead, but UCA took command with four runs in the fifth inning.

UCA freshman Cami Newsome (3-1) picked up the win with three scoreless innings of relief pitching. MVSU's Lisa Jansen (9-6) was tagged with the loss after she went four innings, allowing five runs and two walks.

UCA (20-20) plays next on Friday against Stephen F. Austin at Nacogdoches, Texas.

SAU sophomore takes title in Mulerider Invitational

MAGNOLIA, Ark. (AP) - Peyton Mitchell of Southern Arkansas has finished with a one-under-par round of 71 to claim individual honors in the Mulerider Invitational.

Yesterday's final round by Mitchell at Magnolia Country Club was one stroke better than what he shot on the opening day. He finished two strokes ahead of Henderson State's Lourens Kleynhans.

Team honors went to HSU's Reddies, with 605 strokes -- two strokes better than Ouachita (WASH'-uh-taw) Baptist.

Golden Suns get 8-1 win over OBU

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas Tech's Saki Matsuoka was convincing in her victory over Thoko Zulu of Ouachita (Wash'-uh-taw) Baptist, with sets of 6-0 and 6-0, to lead the Golden Suns to an 8-1 win over the Tigers.

The victory yesterday at Russellville boosted Tech's record to 14-4 this season, 2-2 in the Gulf South Conference. OBU falls to 1-10 overall and 1-3 in the league.

OBU's only win in yesterday's contest was a singles match between the Tigers' Tavu Fa and Tech's Anna Carson. Fa emerged as the victor, 7-6, 2-7, 6-2.

Baseball group won't send new Ray Winder proposal

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A group hoping to use Ray Winder Field for high school, college and American Legion baseball will not submit a new proposal to the city before Monday's deadline.

Rex Nelson of the Ray Winder Field Foundation said yesterday that his group wasn't planning to try again after a committee reviewing the field's future sided in January with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in its attempt to acquire the land. The Little Rock Zoo also wanted the land for expansion.

The city later had to toss out the three proposals and start the process over again.

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