BISHOP RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP OFFER FROM MISSISSIPPI STATE
School Junior LaDarrius Bishop announced he received his seventh
scholarship offer, over Spring Break.
reported on Twitter that he had received a scholarship offer from
Mississippi State on Tuesday.
offers from Arkansas, Arkansas State, Oklahoma State, Baylor,
Memphis and Louisiana-Monroe.
6-0, 180 pounds and is considered a 3-star athlete. His cousin
Montaric Brown signed with the Hogs in February.
TOLLETT THROWS SHUTOUT AS LEOPARDS DEFEAT HOT SPRINGS 19-0
The De Queen
Leopards defeated Hot Springs 19-0 on 20 hits Thursday night, March 16th, to
improve to 2-2 in conference play.
were led at the plate by Kaden Tollett, who went 4-for-4 with two
singles and two home runs.
earned the victory. He pitched five innings, giving up no runs on
one hit, while striking out nine and walking one.
had a total of three home runs. Tollett hit a homer in the second an
third innings, while Brennan Seymour hit a home run in the first.
Hunter Earney, Brandon Hagood, and Isiah Williamson all had multiple
hits in the game. Earney also lead the Leopards with two stolen
IMPROVE TO 6-1 ON THE SEASON
Thursday night, March 16th,
the De Queen Lady Leopards improved to 6-1 on the season with a
shut-out victory over the Mena Lady Cats, 11-0.
Sophomore Lexy Taylor
pitched a five complete innings to earn the win. She gave up one
hit, struck out three and walked two.
Junior Jessica Williams was
the leader at the plate, going three for three with three RBIs.
Taylor, MaKyla Jackson,
Carli Sneed, Josie Vaught and and Meagan Martz, all had a hit in the
2017 ALL STATE BASKETBALL SELECTIONS ANNOUNCED
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
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.
All-State Selections Include:
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
Horatio Lady Lions defeated
the Mena Lady Cats 6-1 at Lady Lion Yard. Lady Lions were led in
offense by Laiken Emerson. She went 1 for 3 with a run scored.
Kelsie Easlon and Laney Baker also contributed RBIS and Runs scored
including Easlon's squeeze play that scored Baker. Winning pitcher
was LeAnn Beasley, 1 run on 3 hits and 9 strikeouts in 7 innings of
work. Lady Lions are now 12-0 and will travel to Nashville on
Thursday to take on the Scrapperettes at 4:30.
Lady Leopard Soccer
soccer were able to get a win over the 5a/6a blended conference
opponent El Dorado 2-1. Both goals came off set pieces, the first
goal came from Senior Miriam Rodriguez on a corner kick from Saleni
Rojas the first 9 minutes of the game. The second goal came in the
second half when the Lady Leopards earned a free kick at the top of
the Penalty area about 19 yards out. Senior stopper Saleni Rojas was
able to convert the free kick to give the Lady Leopards a 2-0 lead.
El Dorado was able to find the goal with 2 minutes and 17 second
left in the game. Lady Leopards were able to hold on to the win!
Lady Leopards and Leopards soccer teams travel to Hot Springs
DE QUEEN LEOPARDS AND LADY LEOPARDS SPLIT PAIR WITH
The De Queen baseball and softball teams traveled to Magnolia
Tuesday for 5A-South Conference action.
The Leopards jumped on the defending state champs as Hunter Earney
led off the game with a double, and Tyler Miller knocked him in with
a single. But after that, it was all Magnolia as the Panthers
improved to 7-0 on the season with an 18-1 victory in five innings.
The Leopards fall to 2-5.
The Lady Leopards blanked Magnolia 14-0 in softball action in six
innings. Josie Vaught threw a two hit shutout, striking out nine.
Carli Sneed and Tatyanna Tramble slugged homers for the Lady
The Lady Leopards host Mena, the defending 4A State Champs Thursday
in action you can hear live on The Leopard Network.
The De Queen teams travel to Hot Springs for Conference action on
HORATIO LIONS DEFEAT MENA LADY CATS
Lady Lions defeated the Mena Lady Cats 6-1 at Lady Lion Yard. Lady
Lions were led in offense by Laiken Emerson, she went 1 for 3 with a
run scored. Kelsie Easlon and Laney Baker also contributed RBI's and
Runs scored including Easlon's squeeze play that scored Baker.
Winning pitcher was LeAnn Beasley, 1 run on 3 hits and 9 strikeouts
in 7 innings of work. Lady Lions are now 12-0 and will travel to
Nashville on Thursday to take on the Scrapperets at 4:30
traveled down to Texarkana to play Pleasant Grove Lady Hawks in a
non-conference matchup. Lady Leopards earned a Penalty Kick in the
first half at about the 23 minute mark converted by Senior Miriam
Rodriguez. Lady Leopards took the 1-0 lead to half and held on to
the lead until 2:45 left in the second half when the Lady Hawks were
able to find the back of the net.
Senior Goal Keeper collected 8 saves to keep the Lady Leopards in
Lady Leopards and Leopards will host El Dorado tonight March 14th at
10th, the Lady Leopards hosted Arkansas High in the first home game
of the 2017 season. Lady Leopards got the win with a 30 yard shot
from Senior Stopper Saleni Rojas. Rojas found the back of the net
with the shot with 23 minutes remaining in the game. Senior Goal
Keeper Star Rojas picked up a clean sheet with 6 saves.
Lady Leopards travel to Texarkana to play Pleasant Grove Monday
night, March 13th, host El Dorado Tuesday night at Leopards Stadium
with JV action beginning at 4pm. Then Lady Leopards close out the
week on the road at Hot Springs, then off for Spring Break.
HORATIO LADY LIONS
Horatio Lady Lions defeat
Bradley 15-5 in 5 innings in their home opener at Lady Lion Yard.
Lady Lions are 6-0 on the
season and will play in the Southwest Sporting Good Invitational
Tournament Friday starting with Crossett at 3:30, followed by
Junction City at 5:30 in Arkadelphia.
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 1: Friday afternoon W against Crossett 7-6. Led in offense by
LeAnn Beasley going 3 for 4 with a single, double, and a triple with
4 RBI. Laney Baker went 2 for 4 with a single and a triple with a
run scored and Kelsie Easlon went 2 for 4 with a single and a double
and 2 runs scored. Winning pitcher was LeAnn Beasley with 6 runs (3
earned) 9 hits and 6 Ks. Jocelyn Halter went 1 for 3 with a HR, 2
rbis and a run scored.
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.
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.
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 Lions are now 10-0 on the season. Will play Ashdown at Lady
Lion Yard at 5pm.
LADY LEOPARDS SOCCER RESULTS
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
Early in the second half Miriam Rodriguez who moved to Striker found
the net a second time for the night to lift the Lady Leopards a 5-0
lead and Lady Leopards were able to hold onto that lead for the
remainder of the game and play others ladies on the bench.
On the Goal Tending side of the game Senior and first year player
Star Rojas had 8 saves and was able to punch out Hope Lady Cats best
opportunity off a free kick.