COSSATOT RIVER INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT RESULTS
took both of the finals last night at the Cossatot River High School
senior invitational tournament. The Scrapperettes were impressive in
a 54-47 victory over the Lady Eagles, and after a slow start the
Scrappers took control mid-way through the 2nd quarter never looking
back in a 60-36 victory over the Eagles.
BASKETBALL BROADCAST SCHEDULE 1/9-1/14
– "Catch the one hour Mike Anderson Show, as the Razorbacks head
basketball coach previews this week’s matchups with Mississippi
State and Missouri… Monday at 7:00 on your Razorbacks station - #1
– "The Arkansas Razorbacks host the Mississippi State Bulldogs in
Fayetteville at 8:00. Airtime with Chuck Barrett is set for 7:30 on
your Hog Caller - #1 Country 92.1.
Meanwhile……The De Queen
Leopards and Lady Leopards host Lake Hamilton at Leopard Coliseum.
Following scheduled Junior Varsity contests at 5:00, Jim Pinson will
have the play-by-play of the Senior action starting at around 6:00
on your Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path."
– "The De Queen Leopards and Lady Leopards travel to Arkansas High
in Texarkana. Following a scheduled Junior Varsity contest at 5:00,
Jim Pinson will have the live play-by-play of the Senior High action
starting at around 5:30 on your official home of the Leopards and
Lady Leopards – 102.1 The Good Path."
Senior Teams will host the Horatio Lions and Lady Lions at Parker
Gymnasium. Following a Junior Boys contest at 5:30, Mark Trout will
have the play-by-play of the Senior High action starting at around
6:30 on your #1 Country 92.1.
….And….Shane Haarmeyer will
be at Cossatot River High School as the Eagles and Lady Eagles host
the Prescott Senior Teams for Homecoming. Following scheduled Junior
High contests at 5:30, Shane will have the play-by-play of the
Senior High action starting around 7:30 on our sister station – KENA
SATURDAY – "The Arkansas Razorbacks host the Missouri Tigers
at 5:00. Airtime with Chuck Barrett is set for 4:30 on your Home for
the Hogs - #1 Country 92.1."
The De Queen Jr. High Basketball Tournament,
scheduled to begin January 7th has been cancelled in its entirety
due to in climate weather.
THE BASKETBALL GAME SCHEDULED BETWEEN COSSATOT RIVER EAGLES AND
ASHDOWN PANTHERS FOR TONIGHT (01/06/17)
HAS BEEN CANCELLED!
Dierks Outlaws vs.
Tuesday Night, January 3rd
Dierks Outlaws and Foreman Gators met on the court where Dierks Jr.
Boys won in Overtime with a score of 46-40 over Foreman. The Lady
Outlaws defeated Foreman 40-30 and the Outlaws won 54-49. Pictures
of the game can be found HERE.
Canaday for the results and the Pics)
BASKETBALL BROADCAST SCHEDULE 1/2-1/7
"The Arkansas Razorbacks travel to Knoxville to battle the
Tennessee Volunteers in S.E.C. basketball action Tuesday at 5:30.
Airtime with Chuck Barrett is set for 5:00 on your Southwest
Arkansas Hog Caller - #1 Country 92.1.
…Meanwhile… the De Queen Leopards and Lady
Leopards host the Hot Springs Senior teams at Leopard Coliseum.
Following a scheduled Junior Varsity Boys contest at 5:00, Jim
Pinson will have the live play-by-play of the Senior contests
starting at around 5:30 on your Official Home of the Leopards and
Lady Leopards – 102.1 The Good Path."
"The Ashdown Senior Teams will
travel to Cossatot River to battle the Eagles and Lady Eagles.
Following a scheduled Junior Boys contest at 5:30, Shane Haarmeyer
will have the play-by-play of the Senior High action starting at
around 6:30 on your #1 Country 92.1.
SATURDAY – "The Arkansas Razorbacks travel to Lexington to
battle the Kentucky Wildcats Saturday at 7:30. Airtime with Chuck
Barrett is set for 7:00 on your Southwest Arkansas Home for the Hogs
- #1 Country 92.1."
COSSATOT RIVER SENIOR TOURNAMENT
Monday, January 2nd:
5:00 Mount Ida vs Murfreesboro Senior Girls
6:20 Mount Ida vs Caddo Hills Senior Boys
Wednesday, January 4th:
5:00 Nashville vs Umpire Senior Girls
6:20 Acorn vs Umpire Boys ***Live on KENA
7:40 Acorn vs Caddo Hills Girls ***Live on
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 – 80 years ago. At
Monday’s 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. He’s 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 6’9". 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
The Rotary Cup presentation
is based upon performance on the field, character and leadership,
scholastic achievement, and involvement in other sports and school
Head football coach Justin Kramer, Hall, the Voice of the Leopards,
Jay Bunyard. (Photo courtesy of De Queen Bee STaff)
2014 Daniel Villeda
2014 Brady Hanney
2013 Jake Arndt
2012 Miguel Soria
2011 Jace Stephens
2010 John Lee Miller
2009 Greg White
2008 Zack Taylor
2007 Kyle Atkins
2006 David Lee
2005 Randy Hayes
2004 Kirby Atkins
2003 Trey Williams
2002 Zach Jones
2001 Brian McLelland
2000 Richard Bell
1999 Joesph Parson
1998 Justin Powell
1997 Matt Scott & Drew Williams
1996 Alan Bender
1995 Rodney Williams
1994 Charlie White & Mark
1993 Brad Patterson
1992 J.J. Jernegan
1991 Lance Pinkerton
1990 John Frachiseur
1989 Bryan Blackwood
1988 Rocky Halter
1987 Wade Thrapp
1986 Jeff Holcombe
1985 Greg Hayes
1984 David Peppers
1983 DeWayne Pettigrew
1982 Joe Boyles
1981 Scott Smith
1980 Eric Willis
1979 Jimmy Etzkorn
1978 Joe Longacre
1977 Jerry Cobb
1976 Terry Tutt
1975 Scott Renfrow
1974 Greg Miller
1973 Chuck Barnhill
1972 Joe Barnhill
1971 Steve Halter
1970 Randy Davis
1969 Dick Van Bebber
1968 Glen Knod
1967 Bobby Trammell
1966 Bill Stainton
1965 Danny Pike
1964 Richard Knight
1963 Bob McKinley
1962 Tommy Harris
1961 Jack Suggs
1960 Jerry Caplinger
1959 John Whitaker
1958 James R. Norwood
1957 Carl Beutelschies
1956 Lyndall Smith
1955 Don Hubbard
1954 Buddy Wesson
1953 Don Park
1952 Quinton Taggart
1951 Buddy Bob Benson
1950 Jack Humphreys
1949 Billy Pickens
1948 Clarence Wilson
1947 Harold Sunderman
1946 Harold Brinson
1945 Paul Lamb
1944 Dwight Dodson
1943 and 1942 No Award
1941 Durwood Bourns
1940 James Williams
1939 W.L. Hawthorne & Nathan
1938 Johnny Kyle
1937 Watson Hendricks
1936 Buck Aubrey, Jr.
2016 LEOPARDS POSTSEASON HONORS
The De Queen Leopards had one player named
to the All State team, four players named All Conference, and five
athletes named to the All Conference Second Team.
Center Tristan Snider was named to the
Class 5A All State Football Team. Snider, a 6’1" 305 pound senior
bench presses 310 pounds. He anchored the Leopards offensive line.
Quarterback Drew Dykes and two-way starters
Maurice Moore and Logan Hall repeated as 5A-South All Conference
performers during their senior seasons. Hunter Earney, a junior, was
also named to the All Conference team this season. Earney was second
team all conference as a sophomore in 2015.
Dykes threw for 1,128 yards and nine
touchdowns. He rushed for another 140 yards and five scores.
Moore had 24 catches for 335 yards and
three touchdowns. He also rushed for 147 yards and three scores.
Defensively, Moore recorded 31 tackles and had a fumble recovery.
Hall rarely came off the field. He had 16
receptions for 283 yards and three touchdowns. On the defensive side
of the ball, Hall was in on 56 tackles. He picked off two passes and
recovered a fumble. On kick returns, Hall averaged over eight yards
Earney had 779 all-purpose yards and nine
touchdowns in eight games. Defensively, Earney recorded 33 tackles,
one interception, and a fumble recovery.
Second team All Conference performers
included Rolando Sotelo, Sedrick Bell, Jace Sims, Lucas Dorsey, and
Sotelo, a junior, led the team in tackles
with 88. Bell, a junior, had 15 receptions for 236 yards and one
score. Sims, a junior tackle, and Dorsey, a senior guard, were
dependable linemen. Hagood, a junior, led the team in rushing with
764 yards and three touchdowns.
LOGAN HENRY PARTICIPATES IN
AUTUMN GRAND AMERICAN TRAP SHOOT IN TUCSON, AZ
Henry, Ashdown High School
Junior, Participated in the
Annual Autumn Grand American Trap Shoot
in Tucson, Arizona in shooting sports the week of November 7, 2016.
Logan is a member of the AHS trap team and is a well decorated
competitor in shooting sports. Logan competed in three events per
day. Of the eighteen events he competed in, Logan placed in
fifteen, taking first or second place in each event. Logan won the
Over All for his shooting in the eighteen events of the
entire week. He shot the most clays of anyone in his age division.
He also won
Around for his age division.
Barton Selected to Participate in National
All-American Bowl in Atlanta!
Beach, SC – While attending an Offense-Defense Football Camp this
Summer, Cody Barton, Ashdown High School 10th grader, was named an
Offense-Defense All-American and invited to participate in the 11th
Annual Offense-Defense Bowl Week festivities taking place at Fifth
Third Bank Stadium, located on the beautiful D1 campus of Kennesaw
State University in, Atlanta, GA!
Cody an offensive guard and defensive tackle for the Ashdown
Panthers was selected for this honor from an outstanding group of
thousands of athletes across the country and played well
representing Ashdown easily validating the Bowl Selection
Committee's choice in tabbing Cody for the All-American tilt. He has
been playing football (offense and defensive line) since 4th grade
coached by David Bearden. Cody also participates in the high school
band and wrestling team.
Cody lives by the motto of “I may win, I may lose, but I will never
be defeated”, one that he has posted in his locker and hopes that
others may adopt as well. He believes that, “it takes a unit of
others who share the same belief/hard work ethics in anything you do
The Offense-Defense All-American Bowl is the culmination of a
weeklong worth of events. The 11th Annual All-American game is just
one of many things that this week encompasses. Also included is an
All-Star football game showcasing 88 of the top high school seniors
in the country, and has featured current NFL pros such as Cam
Newton, Joe Haden, and Dez Bryant, among others, before they were
collegiate and later professional stars.
Offense-Defense Sports has been running full-contact football
instructional camps for the past 47 years and currently operates in
approximately 80 camp locations nationwide all year long. If you are
interested in a camp location near you or for more information,
please visit O-D.com.
Bowl game practices and seminars will be December 26-30 and bowl
game on December 30.
Pictured with Barton is Coach Bill Bates (Former
COSSATOT RIVER SWOOPS UP TWO VICTORIES
ON ROAD IN DE QUEEN
Friday night, the Cossatot River Eagles and Lady Eagles claimed
non-conference victories over the De Queen Leopards and Lady
The Lady Eagles claimed a 55-41 victory over the Lady Leopards and
improved to 5-1 on the season.
All five starters scored for the Lady Eagles. They were led by
junior Reagan Richardson with 21 points and sophomore Ashlen
Gonzales with 15. Junior Jacie Wilkerson and sophomore Rhyen Martin
contributed seven each and junior Harley Dering scored five points,
all in the second half.
Cossatot River jumped out to a 19-2 lead in the first period, but
only had a 10-point lead at the half.
In the second half, De Queen cut the lead to 3 but a technical foul
on De Queen Coach Jason Barker resulted in a 8 point swing and the
Lady Eagles soared to a 14-point win.
The Lady Leopards were led in scoring by senior Hanna Murry with 18
In the boys contest, Cossatot River defeated De Queen 58-25 and
improved to 5-1 on the season.
Cossatot River led 16-4 after the first period and extended that
lead to 37-11 at the half.
Seniors Trevon Broach led all scorers with 19 points and Cody Baker
contributed 15. Junior Brayden Smith came off the bench to add five.
The Leopards leading scorer was sophomore Malik Beasley with eight
Pick 'em Week 12
In a weekend packed with
upsets, we had ONE contestant who missed only TWO games in Week
Eleven of the Pigskin Pick 'em contest. Byron Garcia missed only the
LSU-Arkansas and Auburn-Georgia contests to win the $100 cash prize
in week eleven. Every other entry this week missed four or more
contests. The most missed games were the Iowa upset over Michigan,
the Ole Miss stunner over the A & M Aggies, and Seattle's upset at
The final week of Pigskin Pick 'em, the week twelve play sheets, are
now available at participating sponsor locations. Big games in week
twelve include: Oklahoma State at T.C.U., Louisville at Houston, and
Oklahoma at West Virginia. Pick up a week twelve play sheet. Circle
your predicted winners. Don't forget to list your Arkansas -
Mississippi State tie-breaker score. Drop your entry form off at the
radio station before 12 Noon on Friday. Good luck from Pigskin Pick
LOGAN HALL SIGNS WITH UCA MONDAY MORNING
Monday morning, De
Queen High School senior Logan Hall signed a National Letter of
Intent at the KDQN studios to high jump for the University of
Hall said he
started high jumping in January and his personal record is 6'9",
which broke the school record of 6'5”.
Hall currently has
a 3.61 grade point average and he scored a 30 on his ACT. He played
for the De Queen Leopards football team for 3 years. He was named an
All 5A South conference player as a junior and he had 18 receptions
for 283 yards and three touchdowns and 56 tackles, two interceptions
and one fumble recovery this season. Hall is also involved in
several campus organizations.
Hall's parents are
Charlie and Kristy Hall and Charlie said Logan has always had a
competitive spirit and a drive to succeed.
Larry "Speedy" Hall was also a track athlete in De Queen and he
broke several track records in the early 60s.
Hall's high school
track coach Jonathon Lindsey said he was very proud of what Logan's
accomplished in a short period of time.
Hall plans to major
in education and coaching at UCA.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAY-OFFS 11-11-16
Ozark nipped Ashdown 23-22…in action on #1 Country 92.1
Elsewhere among 7-4A Teams:
Nashville whipped Dover 49-7. Central Arkansas Christian doubled
up Mena 42-21. Pulaski Robinson pounded Pottsville 44-6 and Pea
Ridge slipped past Arkadelphia 30-24.
Earle defeated Dierks 28-7…in action on 102.1 The Good Path
Elsewhere among 7-2A Teams:
Mount Ida blanked Westside 49-0. Foreman edged East Poinsett
County 33-30, Murfreesboro defeated Lavaca 38-30, and Cross County
nipped Lafayette County 30-26.
Among 5A-South Conference Teams: Little Rock Christian Academy
downed White Hall 31-20, Little Rock McClellan doubled up Hot
Springs Lakeside 32-16, Watson Chapel edged Sylvan Hills 36-35, and
Pulaski Academy pounded Magnolia 49-21.
And in Southeast Oklahoma:
Idabel shut out Keys out of Park Hill, Oklahoma 21-0
SECOND ROUND SCHEDULE 11-18
Class 4A: Pea Ridge visits Nashville on our sister station 99.5.
Batesville Southside travels to Pulaski Robinson.
Class 2A: Conway Christian visits Mount Ida on our sister station
104.1. Earle travels to Mufreesboro. Foreman goes to Hampton.
Class 5A: Watson Chapel travels to Alma.
Class 3A: Centerpoint visits Bald Knob. Piggott travels to
Prescott. Haskell Harmony Grove goes to Atkins.
And in Southeast Oklahoma: Idabel battles Cushing.
BASKETBALL BROADCAST SCHEDULE
MONDAY – "After Friday night’s 92-83 season opening win
against Fort Wayne, the Arkansas Razorbacks host the Southern
Illinois Salukis at Bud Walton Arena Monday night at 7:00. Airtime
with Chuck Barrett and Scotty Thurman is set for 6:30 on your
Razorbacks station - #1 Country 92.1."
TUESDAY – "The De Queen Leopards and Lady Leopards host the
Horatio Lions and Lady Lions Tuesday night at Leopard Arena.
Following a Junior Varsity Girls contest at 5:30, Jay Lindly will
have the call of the senior action starting at around 6:00 on 102.1
The Good Path."
"Meanwhile, catch Miked Up With Mike Anderson Tuesday night from
7-8 as the Hogs head basketball coach recaps the first two contests
and previews Friday’s match-up with UT-Arlington on your #1 Country
THURSDAY "Catch On The Air with Bret Bielema Thursday night
from 7-8 as the Hogs head football coach previews Saturday’s road
trip to Mississippi State on your #1 Country 92.1."
FRIDAY – "The De Queen Leopards and Lady Leopards host the
Cossatot River Eagles and Lady Eagles at Leopard Arena. Following a
Junior Varsity Boys contest at 5:30, Jim Pinson will have the live
play-by-play of the Senior action starting at around 6:00 on 102.1
The Good Path."
"Meanwhile, the Arkansas Razorbacks host the University of Texas
– Arlington Mavericks in Bud Walton Arena at 7:00. Airtime with
Chuck Barrett and Scotty Thurman is set for 6:30 on your Razorbacks
station - #1 Country 92.1."
SATURDAY – "The Arkansas Razorbacks football team travels to
Starkville Saturday to battle the Mississippi State Bulldogs at
6:00. Airtime with Chuck Barrett, Keith Jackson, Quinn Grovey, and
crew is set for 3:00 Saturday afternoon on your Razorbacks station
for all of Southwest Arkansas - #1 Country 92.1."
De Queen vs Nashville
Nashville Junior Scrapper basketball team defeated De Queen on
Thursday 45 to 14. Nashville 8th grade boys won 38 to 7. De Queen
won the junior girls game 32 to 31 over the NJHS Scrapperettes. De
Queen also won the 7th grade girls game 16 to 6.
PIGSKIN PICK 'EM
We had THREE contestants miss TWO games each in Week Ten of the
Pigskin Pick 'em contest. They included: Rhonda Spradlin, Jessica
Ugarte, and LaDonna Morris. So we go to the Arkansas-Florida
tie-breaker score to determine a winner. The Hogs pounded the Gators
31-10 Saturday in Fayetteville. Jessica Ugarte predicted 24-17,
missing by 14 points. LaDonna Morris guessed 28-21, also missing by
14 points. Rhonda Spradlin missed by 18 points. So Jessica Ugarte
and LaDonna Morris tie for the top spot in Week Ten, and Jessica and
LaDonna will each receive $50!
Week Eleven play sheets are now available at
participating sponsor locations. Big games in Week Eleven include:
Auburn at Georgia, South Carolina at Florida, Seattle at New
England, and Dallas at Pittsburgh. Pick up a Week Eleven play sheet
at a participating sponsor location. Circle your ten predicted
winners. Don't forget to list your Arkansas-L.S.U. tie-breaker
score. Drop by your entry at the radio station before 12 Noon on
Friday. Good luck from Pigskin Pick 'em!
Jessica Ugarte receives $50 check
LaDonna Morris receives