Rain, rain go away, come again another day.


Or something like that.


Despite the recent run of rainy weather, Cabot’s spring sports teams were able to get games and matches in both at home and the road.


On the plus side, all these April showers will surely lead to May flowers.


Boys soccer


Cabot lost a pair of matches last week.


Both in 7A-Central conference action.


Last Tuesday, they lost at Bryant, 5-1, and on Friday, they lost at Fort Smith Northside, 2-1.


In the game, Cabot took the early, 1-0 lead, before Northside rallied to score two goals late and take the win.


On Tuesday night, Cabot traveled to North Little Rock weather permitting, and then play again at Little Rock Catholic on Wednesday instead of on Friday, to avoid a conflict with the Good Friday holiday.


Next Tuesday, April 18, Cabot travels to Fort Smith, again, but this time to take on the Southside Mavericks.


Cabot is now 2-8 on the year and 1-4 in the conference going into Tuesday night’s match against North Little Rock.


Girls soccer


Cabot stayed at No. 1 in the most recent MaxPreps.com poll of Class 7A soccer teams.


The Lady Panthers are 13-2 overall and 6-0 in the conference.


The last loss was March 8 to Little Rock Christian Academy.


Cabot won at Bryant, 2-1, on April 4 and last Friday defeated Fort Smith Northside, 3-0.


They face Mount Saint Mary’s in Little Rock today and in another match that was rescheduled to avoid a Good Friday conflict.


On Thursday, they host Joe T. Robinson and on Friday play host, again, to DeQueen.


Baseball


Cabot is 14-5 and 6-0 in conference, going into Tuesday night’s game at North Little Rock.


Cabot is No. 3 in the MaxPreps.com baseball poll, while North Little Rock is No. 9.


The Panthers have won their last six games, and most recently notched wins at Bryant, 3-2, on April 4, at Searcy, 11-6, on Thursday and a walloping of Fort Smith Northside, 10-0 at home against Fort Smith Northside.


After the North Little Rock game, Cabot will travel to Little Rock Catholic on Wednesday night with a game against Searcy on Friday.


Softball


Riding high, Cabot hit a rough patch this past week and lost two of three games.


On April 4, they lost at Bryant, 3-1, for the first conference loss of the season.


Chris Cope’s squad rebounded with a win at home against Fort Smith Northside, 12-0, but followed that with a 5-0 loss to Rogers.


On Tuesday night they faced North Little Rock, weather permitting, with a Wednesday night game against Mount Saint Mary and on the road.


Cabot is now 15-3 overall and 5-1 in the conference.