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2017 Football Schedules
All Star Squads Announced
The Arkansas Activities Association announced All Star team members Wednesday for upcoming contests on the University of Central Arkansas campus in Conway.
Named to the West baseball team were Bryson Haskins of Ashdown and Zach Jamison of Nashville. Kyle Slaton of Nashville will be the head coach of the West team.
Named to the West softball team were Josie Vaught of De Queen, Melanie Kesterson of Dierks, Kylie Cowen of Foreman, and Kaylea Carver of Nashville.
Named to the West boys soccer team were Leo Dominguez of De Queen and Jonathon Castrejon of Cossatot River.
Named to the West girls soccer team were Saleni Rojas of De Queen and Kendall Kirchhoff of Nashville.
Named to the West football team were Tucker Hall of Foreman and Darius Hopkins of Nashville.
28th Annual Tri Lakes Big Bass Tournament Results
Nearly 400 fishermen participated in the 28th annual Tri Lakes Big Bas Tournament held Saturday, May 27th on De Queen, Dierks & Gillham Lakes. In addition to the top five overall winners, the De Queen Sevier county Chamber of commerce paid out five places each hour on each lake.
LADY LEOPARDS 05/12/17
The Winning Pitcher was Lexy Taylor, she pitched 3 innings, gave up no runs on one hit. She struck out 4 batters and walked no one.
The Lady Leopards were lead at the plate by Sydney Sneed and Reisa Bakenhus. 2 for 2 at the plate with 2 RBIís each.
The Lady Leopards will play Paragould Lady Rams at 1:30pm today on The Leopard Station 102.1 The Good Path and will be aired on the 102.1 The Good Path Website.
2017 Arkansas State 5A Boys Track and Field Champions
DE QUEEN STATE TOURNAMENT ACTION
The De queen High School softball, and girls and boys soccer teams advance to State Tournament action getting underway on Thursday of this week.
The Lady Leopards softball team, the 5A-South Conference Champions, open up the 5A State Tournament Thursday, May 11th at 3:00 pm at Sherwood Park in North Little Rock. Follow the Lady Leopards throughout the State Tournament on the Leopard Network - 102.1 The Good path, online at www.102thegoodpath , or on your free Leopard App.
The Soccer teams compete in the 5A State Tournament at Valley View High School in Jonesboro. The Lady Leopards, the 5A South Conference Champions, take the field Thursday, May 11th at 10AM. Meanwhile, the Leopards, the #3 seed from 5A-South, play Thursday at 4:00 pm.
HORATIO LADY LIONS ADVANCE IN REGIONAL PLAY
The Horatio Lady Lions competed in the 3A region 4 tournament this weekend. The Lady Lions defeated the Drew Central Lady Pirates 20-3 in opening round action. In second round action on Saturday the Lady Lions defeated the Fouke Lady Panthers 5-2. The Lady Lions advance to the championship game against The Smackover Lady Buckaroos today at 2:30.
COSSATOT RIVER EAGLES ADVANCE IN DISTRICT TOURNAMENT
Cossatot River Eagles beat Nashville
Scrappers in the district semifinals in Arkadelphia today.
De Queen Leopards
White Hall 4 De Queen 1
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Ashdown Baseball Scores
Friday, April 28, 2017
Ashdown Baseball Scores
Friday, April 28, 2017
De Queen Splits Pair at Camden Fairview
The De Queen baseball and softball teams split contests Friday afternoon in Camden against the Fairview teams.
Megan Martz and Reisa Bakenhus added a pair of hits each.
HORATIO LADY LION'S DEFEAT CENTERPOINT
The Horatio Lady Lions defeated the Centerpoint Lady Knights 4-1
Friday evening in the 7-3A Conference tournament semi finals
held at Lady Lion Yard. The Lady Lions move to 24-4 on the year
and will play Genoa Central tonight at 6PM in the 7-3A
Conference Championship Game.
Ashdown Softball Score
Ashdown Baseball Score
Lady Leopards Soccer
Tuesday April 25th
Lady Leopards defeated Lakeside Lady Rams 5-0 on Senior Night to close out the home portion of the season.
Horatio Lady Lions
Tuesday April 25th
The Horatio Lady Lions closed the regular
season with at 14-4 win over the Genoa Central Lady Dragons on
Sr night at Lady Lion Yard.
Ashdown Softball scores
Tuesday April 25, 2017
Leopards Can't Hold Up Against Lakeside
Tuesday was a long day for Leopards, as it fell to Lakeside 4-3.
Tollett and Mack Carver each drove in one run to lead Leopards.
Ashdown Baseball scores 4/24/17
Mosqueda signs letter of intent
Martha Mosqueda signed a Letter of Intent to run Cross Country for Henderson State University at the #1 Country Studios. Mosqueda said she will seek an Education degree.
Mosqueda is a standout on the De Queen track, cross country, soccer, archery, and tennis teams. And is a Leopard cheerleader.
Mosqueda has a high grade point average and A.C.T. score. She is an active participant in many school clubs and organizations. (photos)
Horatio Lady Lions will host 7AAA district tournament
The Horatio Lady Lions closed the regular season with at 14-4 win over the Genoa Central Lady Dragons on Sr night at Lady Lion Yard. The Lady Lions were led offensively by Laney Baker, she had a single, double, and homerun. She scored 4 runs and had 5 rbis. Kelsie Easlon also had 3 singles and 3 rbis. LeAnn Beasley was the winning pitcher giving up 4 runs on 4 hits and 2 strikeouts.
The Lady Lions head into the District
Tournament this week with a record of 23-4. The 7-3A District
Tournament will be held at Lady Lion Yard starting Wednesday.
Lady Leopards bag two more wins
Lady Leopards were able to hold on for wins last Tuesday and Friday (4/18 & 21) against 6a Lake Hamilton and Arkansas High.
Monday April 24th Sports
Ashdown Baseball Scores
Ashdown Softball Scores
TWO DE QUEEN STUDENTS SIGN LETTERS OF INTENT
De Queen High School Athletic Director Bob Sikes announced Thursday morning, April 20th several student-athletes from De Queen are signing letters of intent to play soccer and run cross country in college.
Leo Dominguez signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Central Baptist College in Conway.
Thursday morning, Dominguez was joined by his mother, Luz Maria Sotelo, his sister Suri Dominguez and his brother, Joshua Dominguez has he signed his letter of intent at the KDQN studios.
Dominguez said he was he was happy to be continuing his soccer career in college.
Head Soccer Coach Stephen Sloan said Dominguez is a fine sweeper and he gave him credit for leading the Leopards to some early season wins.
Coach Sloan said he really couldn't describe how happy he was to see another Leopard continue their soccer career in college.
Thursday morning, Savanah Nickerson signed a letter of intent to run cross country for Henderson State University in Arkadelphia. She was joined by her mom and dad, Tami and Chad Nickerson and her little sister, Perry.
Nickerson said she never imagined she would running in college, but one day her coach told her there was a scout there to see her run, so she showed up and showed out.
Coach Dennis Chaney said he was very lucky to have such talented runners here at De Queen and Savanah was among a very special group of seniors.
Martha Mosqueda will sign her letter of intent to run cross country with Henderson State University on Monday morning, here at the KDQN studios.
HORATIO SOFTBALL 4/19
The Horatio Lady Lions
defeated the Prescott Lady Wolves 13-0 Wednesday afternoon at Lady
Lion Yard. The Lady Lions are 21-3 on the season and will travel to
Mena to take on the Mena Lady Cats at 4:30.
ASHDOWN BASEBALL 4/20
Ashdown 6 El Dorado 7
ASHDOWN SOFTBALL 4/20
Ashdown 0 Nashville 15
Ashdown Lady Panthers defeated Prescott Lady Curly Wolves
Wednesday afternoon, April 19th, the Ashdown Lady Panthers defeated the Prescott lady Curly Wolves by the score of 12 to 2.
The Lady Leopards closed out their home games with senior night. They honored Sydney Sneed, Carli Sneed, Josie Vaught, Meagan Martz, Makyla Jackson, and Randee Toye with back to back victories over the Hot Springs Lady Trojans.
According to Coach Tracy Neely, this group of senior girls have won 64 games as of Wednesday night and have only lost one conference game in three seasons.
In other action, the De Queen Lady Leopards defeated the Hot Springs Lady Trojans 15-0, 15-0 in a conference doubleheader at Lady Leopard field.
In game one, Josie Vaught, Randee Toye and Carli Sneed combined to strike out 7 Hot Springs batters, while giving up only one hit.
In the first game, Meagan Martz went 2 for 3 at the plate driving in 4 runs on a double and a home run to lead the Lady Leopards. Vaught also went 2 for 2 at the plate with 3 RBIs and Sydney Sneed went 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs. Makyla Jackson also had a 2-run home run for the Lady Leopards.
In game two, Lexi Taylor and Carli Sneed pitched three shut out innings with five strike outs.
Sydney Sneed went 2 for 2 and drove in 3 runs on an inside the park home run. Tatyanna Tramble had a 2-run home run in the first inning and Reagan Batty closed out the game with a solo home run. Martz went 2 for 3 with 3 RBIs in game two.
Ashdown Softball Scores
Ashdown 12 Prescott 2
LADY LEOPARDS TOPS LAKE HAMILTON 12-0
T Tuesday afternoon, April 18th, the De Queen Lady Leopards topped Lake Hamilton 12-0 in five innings to improve to 17-4 overall in 8-0 in conference play.
Pitcher Josie Vaught up 1 hit, while striking out 12.
Carli Sneed and Meagan Martz powered the Lady Leopard offense. Sneed was 3 for 3 with 4 RBI's while Martz went 2 for 4 with 4 RBI's, including a 3 run triple in the second inning.
Leopards vs. Lake Hamilton Game Summary
Martha Mosqueda Wins Rotary Crystal Award
Lady Leopard Martha Mosqueda won the 17th annual Crystal Award that was presented at the Monday, April 17th meeting of the De Queen Rotary Club. The award is presented annually to the outstanding senior female athlete. Academics, leadership, and school and community involvement are also taken into strong consideration.
Mosqueda is a standout on the De Queen track, cross country, soccer, archery, and tennis teams. Sheís also a Leopard cheerleader.
Mosqueda has a high grade point average and A.C.T. score. She has participated in the Angel Tree program, Relay for Life, and as hostess at the Chamber of Commerce Banquet. She serves as Secretary of the Student Council and is a member of National Honor Society. She is active in Spanish Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Young Democrats, and Change Agents Club.
After high school graduation, Mosqueda will attend Henderson State University. She plans to run Cross Country for the Lady Reddies, and seek a degree in Education.
Athletic Director Bob Sikes and Coaches Dennis Chaney, Brian Van Winkle, Erik Smith, Jason Barker, and Tracy Nealy told Rotarians about the tremendous success that the senior Lady Leopards have enjoyed in all sports during their high school careers. The softball team has only one conference loss in three seasons. The basketball team had 18 victories, and earned a state tournament berth. The tennis team was conference runners-up. The cross country team has been conference champs three out of the last four seasons.
Tammy Huddleston presented the Crystal Award that has been an annual tradition of the De Queen Rotary Club since 2000.
Leopards Grabs Lead In Sixth Inning For Victory Over Arkansas
Leopards captured the lead in the first inning. With two outs in the first inning Jesse Power drove in one run when he singled.
Kaden Tollett earned the win for Leopards. He tossed seven innings, giving up two runs, seven hits, and striking out six. Browning took the loss for Arkansas. He pitched two innings, giving up two runs, two hits, and striking out one.
Brennan Seymour made the most plays with ten.
Arkansas collected seven hits. Nix, Browning, and Williams each collected multiple hits for Arkansas.
Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Hot Springs
An early lead helped Leopards defeat Hot Springs 19-1 on Wednesday(4/12). Leopards scored on a wild pitch , a triple by Quinshawn Bennett, and a groundout by Brandon Hagood in the first inning.
Leopards secured the victory thanks to 11 runs in the second inning. Leopards' big inning was driven by a single by Tyler Miller, a single by Quinshawn Bennett, a double by Brennan Seymour, a error, a passed ball, a single by Jesse Power, and a double by Brandon Hagood.
Leopards captured the lead in the first inning. Kaden Tollett's sac fly scored two runs for Leopards.
Hagood earned the win for Leopards. He threw
three innings, allowing one run, two hits, and striking out six.
Tollett threw one inning, as two relievers helped Leopards finish
off the victory. Dabbs took the loss for Hot Springs. He tossed two
innings, allowing 16 runs, and ten hits.
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ASHDOWN BASEBALL SCORE
LEOPARDS WIN OVER HOT SPRINGS
Lady Leopards were able to get the win over the Hot Springs Lady Trojans 4-0 at Leopard Stadium Wednesday night.
Senior Johanna Martinez opened things up for the Lady Leopards by scoring with 24 minutes left in the first half to give the Lady Leopards a 1-0 advantage. Senior Miriam Rodriguez found the net 10 minutes later to give the Lady Leopards the 2-0 advantage going into halftime.
30 minutes into the second half
Sophomore JoAnna Guerrero found the net to give a 3-0 advantage. The
final goal came off a Saleni Rojas corner kick and Jen Sanchez used
her head to finish to get the win.
The Horatio Lady Lions defeated the Prescott Lady Wolves 15-3 Friday night, April 7th. The Lady Lions were led at the plate by Kelsie Easlon going 3 for 4 with two doubles and a single along with 3 RBIS and 3 runs scored. LeAnn Beasley went two for 3 with a single and a HR her 8th of the year she had 3 RBIS and 3 runs scored. The winning pitcher was LeAnn Beasley she gave up 3 runs on 5 hits and 6 Ks. The Lady Lions are 19-1 and will take on Nashville today at 6:30 (changed from 5) at Lady Lion Yard.
LADY LEOPARDS PICK UP WIN AT HOT SPRINGS LAKESIDE
Lady Leopards traveled to Hot Springs Lakeside Tuesday nigh for conference action and picked up the win 1-0. The lone goal came from Senior Attacking Midfielder Miriam Rodriguez from a throw-in from Senior Stopper Saleni Rojas.
∑ Tollett Throws No-Hitter As Leopards Defeats Camden Fairview 04/04/17
ASHDOWN BASEBALL/SOFTBALL/VARSITY SCORES
MONDAY, APRIL 3RD SPORTS
On Friday afternoon in action heard live on the ďLeopard Network 102 The Good PathĒ, De Queen smashed Hope 21-1 in five innings. Mack Carver had three hits and six RBIís on the afternoon. The Leopards broke the game open with a 13 run second inning. Tyler Miller went the distance on the mound for the Leopards. Miller allowed one run on one hit, and fanned ten Bobcat hitters. Quinshawn Bennett and Hunter Earney each had multi-hit games for De Queen, as the Leopards pounded out 11 hits on the day.
The Leopards came right back Saturday afternoon and defeated the Mena Bearcats 12-2. Brandon Hagood pitched the Leopards to victory as he struck out nine Bearcats in four and a third innings. Freshman Isiah Williamson and Kaden Tollett collected three RBIís each. Mack Carver had three of De Queenís ten stolen bases on the day.
The DeQueen Lady Leopards defeated Hope 17-2 in three innings Friday afternoon at De Queen High School. Lexy Taylor was the winning pitcher, fanning eight Lady Bobcats, allowing two runs on one hit and one walk. Reisa Bakenhus paced the Lady Leopards at the plate with a perfect three for three day, with a homer and a pair of singles.
In high school soccer action Friday afternoon at Leopard Stadium aired live on Radio Cristiano KDQN-AM 1390 and on Leopard Vision, De Queen swept the Hope teams. The Lady Leopards blanked Hope 5-0, while the Leopards prevailed over the Bobcats 6-2.
Ashdown traveled to Cossatot River Friday afternoon. The Panthers
downed the Eagles 10-0 in baseball action, while the Lady Panthers
defeated the Lady Eagles in softball 13-1.
Leopards Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Mena
Six RBI Day For Carver Leads Leopards Past Hope
HORATIO LADY LIONS DEFEAT GENOA CENTRAL
Horatio Lady Lions defeated the Genoa Central Lady Dragons 4-0 at Genoa Friday afternoon. The Lady Lions were led offensively by LeAnn Beasley and Laney Baker. Beasley went 1 for 2 with a two run home run (6th of the year) she had two RBIís, a run scored and drew two walks. Baker went 1 for 4 with a double, she had two RBIís and a run scored. The winning pitcher was LeAnn Beasley with a complete game shutout. 0 runs, 4 hits, and 7 Ks. The Lady Lions are 17-1 on the season and will play Monday at 5 pm against Fouke at Lady Lion Yard.
BISHOP RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP OFFER FROM MISSISSIPPI STATE
Ashdown High School Junior LaDarrius Bishop announced he received his seventh scholarship offer, over Spring Break.
Bishop reported on Twitter that he had received a scholarship offer from Mississippi State on Tuesday.
Bishop has offers from Arkansas, Arkansas State, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Memphis and Louisiana-Monroe.
Bishop is 6-0, 180 pounds and is considered a 3-star athlete. His cousin Montaric Brown signed with the Hogs in February.
2017 ALL STATE BASKETBALL SELECTIONS ANNOUNCED
The Arkansas Activities Association released the 2017 All State Basketball selections on Wednesday, march 15th. According to the AAA, these selections were made by each member of a school's conference coaches.
Male All-State Selections include:
Jarett Fox of Dierks in 1A; Tucker Hall of Foreman in 2A; Cody Baker of Cossatot River in 3A; and Darius Hopkins of Nashville in 4A.
Female All-State Selections Include:
Stacy Carter of Dierks in 1A; Emeisha Fields of Foreman in2 A; Ashlen Gonzalez of Cossatot River in 3A; Cambre McCullough of Ashdown in 4A; Asia Munn of Nashville in 4A and Hanna Murry of De Queen in 5A.
HORATIO LADY LIONS WIN SOUTHWEST SPORTING GOODS INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
Horatio Lady Lions won the Southwest Sporting Goods Invitational
Tournament held in Arkadelphia this past weekend.
Game 2: Friday evening W over Junction City 8-7 . After trailing 7-0 heading into the bottom of the 4th the Lady Lions scored 8 unanswered runs. Led in offense by Macy Belcher and LeAnn Beasley. Belcher went 2 for 4 with a single, triple, RBI, and a run scored. Beasley went 2-3 with a single, double, and 2 RBI and 2 runs scored, Laiken Emerson went 2-3 with a single, double, and 3 rbis and a run scored. Winning pitcher was LeAnn Beasley coming in relief 0 Runs, 1 hit, and six Ks.
Game 3: Saturday afternoon W over Arkadelphia 10-2. Led in offense by Macy Belcher 4 for 5 with 3 singles, and a double and 2 runs scored, LeAnn Beasley went 3 for 4 with 2 singles and a HR. Had 5 RBIs and a run scored. Kelsie Easlon went 1 for 2 with a triple and 3 rbis and 2 runs scored. Winning pitcher was LeAnn Beasley 2 runs on 4 hits and 7 Ks.
Game 4: Championship game Saturday night against Crossett W 11-3. Led in Offense by LeAnn Beasley went 3 for 3 with 3 HR. This became a total of 4 HR on the day. She had 7 RBIs and 3 runs scored. Kelsie Easlon went 2 for 3 with a single and a double, 2 rbis and 2 runs scored. Macy Belcher went 3 for 4 with 3 singles and 3 runs scored. Winning Pitcher was LeAnn Beasley with 3 runs on 4 hits and 6 Ks.
LADY LEOPARDS SOCCER RESULTS
Lady Leopards opened up conference play at Hope Tuesday night 03/07/2017 and it did not take long for Senior Striker Erika Zamora to get the Lady Leopards on the scoreboard. Zamora found the back of the net after 3 minutes into the game. Zamora assisted Senior Center Forward Miriam Rodriguez 11 minutes later to put the Lady Leopards up 2-0 in the first half. Senior Stopper Saleni Rojas added to her scoring tally by nailing a free kick from about 20 yards out to lift the Lady Leopards 3-0 with 19 minutes remaining in the first half. With 6 minutes left in the first half Erika Zamora contributed her second goal of the night and gave the Lady Leopards a 4-0 advantage going into halftime.
LADY LEOPARDS SOCCER TEAM WIN RAZORBACK INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
Lady Leopard soccer captured
their first tournament trophy this weekend in Texarkana. Lady
Leopards opened up the tournament Friday night at Texas A&M field
against the Mena Ladycats. Lady Leopards won the match 7-0 with 5 of
those goals coming from senior Miriam Rodriguez in her first game
since coming out of the state basketball tournament. Junior Monique
Jacobo scored the first goal of the match and senior Saleni Rojas
added to her goal tally by contributing a goal.
Horatio Lady Lions Win Tournament
Horatio Lady Lions Win the 9th
Annual William Bohanon Memorial Invitational Tournament held in
Ashdown this Weekend.
LADY LEOPARD SOCCER
Lady Leopards soccer has opened up the 2017 season this week with a 5-1 win over the Mena Ladycats and 5-0 win over the Heavener Lady Wolves.
Monday February 27th the Lady Leopards moved the game to Mena. JoeAnna Guerrero picked up the first goal of the new season for the Lady Leopards with an assist from Erika Zamora. Saleni contributed with converting two Penalty Kicks. Seniors Erika Zamora and Adriana Figeruoa found the back of the net.
Tuesday night February 28th the Lady Leopards traveled to Heavener. Senior Erika Zamora found the net with 13:46 remaining in the first half to get the Lady Leopards on the board. Two minutes later Senior Adriana Figeruoa found the net for her first goal of the night, she was able to score again with 5:23 left in the first half giving the Lady Leopards a 3-0 lead at the half.
The second half had Senior Stephanie Zavala find the net after a cross from Junior Jenifer Sanchez. Then Erika Zamora scored her second goal of the night with 1:03 left remaining in the game to give the Lady Leopards a 5-0 final.
Lady Leopards will travel to Texarkana for the Razorback Invitational Tournament and will play Friday night against Mena start time at 5pm at the Texas A&M Texarkana Field. Saturday morning the Lady Leopards face Hamburg at 9am at Texas A&M Texarkana Field.
First home game for Lady
Leopards and Leopards will be March 10th against Arkansas High.
DE QUEEN ALUMNI GAME
The De Queen High School Baseball team held an Alumni Game and Hit-A-Thon on Saturday Feb. 25th. Pictured are the former Leopards who took part in the game. Pictured left to right are: Coach/AD Bob Sikes, Doug Mobbs, Beau McCastlain, Tim Mobbs, Jimmy Mobbs, Sam Willis, Richard Bell, Tate Penny, Brad Athey, Jody McCoy, Stephen Miller, Rodney Williams, Grant Dooley, Josh Purtell, Micah Martin, Brennan Watkins, Trey Williams, Jake Hooper, Joseph Parson, Cole McRae, Kyle Willis, Trey Williams, Tyler Shelton, Devon Hagood, Jason Lofton, Dayton Ochoa, Hunter Lipsey, Trey Gentry, Clayton Yates, Darren Tollett, Jonathon Dooley, and Tanner Lipsey
Justin Kramer submits resignation
Justin Kramer submitted his resignation as head football coach of the De Queen Leopards on Wednesday. Coach Kramer has accepted the position of Athletic Director/Head Football Coach at Conway Christian School. In his four years at the helm of the Leopards, Coach Kramerís teams finished 8-32. Seven of those wins came during the last two seasons. School officials say the search for a new football coach would begin immediately.
Rotary Cup Presented to Logan Hall
The presentation of the Rotary Cup to the outstanding senior member of the De Queen Leopards football team has been a tradition since 1936 Ė 80 years ago. At Mondayís noon meeting of the Rotary Club, "The Voice of the Leopards", Jay Bunyard, presented the 2016 award to Logan Hall.
Logan, the son of Charlie and Kristy Hall, was an all-conference performer for the Leopards in both his junior and senior seasons. Playing receiver on offense and safety on defense, Hall had 16 receptions for 283 yards and three touchdowns. Defensively, he was second on the team in tackles with 56, deflected 12 passes, had two interceptions, and a fumble recovery. During his junior season, Hall tied for second best in the state with eight interceptions. Hall also returned seven kicks for 58 yards, as he rarely came off the field for the Leopards.
Hall also excels in the classroom with a grade point average of 3.617, and he recorded a 30 on his A.C.T. Test. Heís involved with Future Farmers of America, Future Teachers of America, National Honor Society, Yearbook Staff, Drama Club, and Trap Shooting.
In Track, Hall is a remarkable story. He took up high jumping in January of this year. During the spring, he won the Class 5A State Championship with a leap of 6í9". Hall is shooting for the all-time Arkansas State Record of 7-1 and a half inches this upcoming spring.
Hall recently signed a letter of intent for a track scholarship at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway. He plans to earn a teaching degree at U.C.A.
The Rotary Cup presentation is based upon performance on the field, character and leadership, scholastic achievement, and involvement in other sports and school activities.
Shown above: Head football coach Justin Kramer, Hall, the Voice of the Leopards, Jay Bunyard. (Photo courtesy of De Queen Bee STaff)
Past recipients include: