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story.lead_photo.caption Sarah Primm/Special to the News-Times El Dorado's Hunter Lawrence gets ready to make a return during tennis action Tuesday. El Dorado's boys and girls squads took on Hot Springs and Camden Fairview with the Lady Wildcats winning all seven matches, while the Wildcats went 5-1 on the day.

El Dorado hosted Hot Springs and Camden Fairview in tennis action on Tuesday. The Lady Wildcats swept all seven matches while the Wildcats went 5-1 on the afternoon.

El Dorado’s girls won all three matches against Hot Springs. Emma Thomas won in singles 8-0 with the doubles teams of Kendal Bonsall and Claire Van Sickle and Madilyn Bonsall and Kasynn Neely each winning by identical 8-3 scores.

In boys, Baylor Blackburn won 8-1 in singles. Ryan Coan and Akash Dod won in doubles 8-1 and Brooks Coan and Clayton Helm won 8-3.

Against Fairview’s girls, Thomas won 8-2 and Jessica Carroll won 8-1 in singles. Kendal Bonsall and Carroll won 8-0 in doubles with Madilyn Bonsall and Neely winning 8-2.

In boys’ singles, Blackburn and Hunter Lawrence each posted 8-2 victories.

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Parkers Chapel swept through Emerson in tennis action on Tuesday.

The Trojans went 4-0 with Payne Williams and Heath Bates claiming 6-0 singles victories. Jordan Arrington and Austin Looney won 6-0 in doubles. Korbin McAuliffe and Spencer Frisby also won 6-0.

The Lady Trojans won 5-0.

Rebekah Hardy and Molly Housdan won their singles matches by 6-1 scores.

In doubles Kenlee McAuliffe and Ali Looney won 6-0. Drue Thomas and Macie Wood won 6-0. Hardy and Maddison Sullivan won 6-0.

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MAGNOLIA – Barton’s eighth grade football team blanked Magnolia 28-0 last week to improve to 2-0 on the season.

The Wildkittens opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 30-yard touchdown run by Levictor Levingston. Devonta Williams ran for the two-point conversion.

Barton scored again in the second on Lamontra Hankton’s 35-yard touchdown pass to Deontae James. The try for two failed, leaving the Wildkittens with a 14-0 halftime advantage.

In the third, Williams scored on a 25-yard run. Tyani Littleton added the two-point conversion. Barton’s final score was set up by Littleton’s fumble recovery. Damarquez Howard cashed it in with a 15-yard touchdown run in the fourth.

Barton travels to Pine Bluff on Thursday.

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