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300 and counting

 

Friday night's game broadcast against Ashdown marked the 300th football game broadcast by Jay Bunyard.  Affectionately known as "The Voice of the Leopards", Bunyard has not missed announcing a game in the last 27 years--he even cut short a Cancun vacation for his fifth wedding anniversary when the Leopards made it to the State playoffs with a 14-0 record.

 

To commemorate the milestone, Athletic Director Bob Sikes presented Jay with a plaque and Mayor Billy Ray McKelvy declared September 19th as "Jay Bunyard Day" in De Queen.  KDQN played messages throughout the day from several of the previous Leopard coaches congratulating Jay on his accomplishment.

 

 











 

 

WEEK TWO PIGSKIN PICK ‘EM WINNER ANNOUNCED

 

In a weekend packed with upsets, we had only one perfect entry in Week Two of the 2014 Pigskin Pick ‘em Contest. Lawana Callahan of Hatfield nailed all ten contests perfectly, and wins the $100 cash prize for week two! Honorable Mentions go to Roy Rogers, Sr. of Horatio and Will Harberson of Nashville for missing only one game each.
 
Week three play sheets are now available at participating sponsor locations. Big games in week three include: Clemson at Florida State, Miami-Florida at Nebraska, Oklahoma at West Virginia, and the Dallas Cowboys at St. Louis. Pick up a play sheet from one of our sponsors, fill it out, don't forget the Arkansas-Northern Illinois tie-breaker score, and drop it by our studios by 12 Noon on Friday. Good luck from Pigskin Pick ‘em!

 

 

 

PIGSKIN PICK 'EM WINNER ANNOUNCED

In a weekend full of upsets, we had three listeners submit entries with only ONE miss each in week one of the 2014 Pigskin Pick 'em Contest. J.P. Johnson and Sonny Kimmel missed only the Virginia Tech at Ohio State contest, while Amanda Kimmel missed only the New York Giants at Detroit Monday Night Football match-up. So we go to the tie-breaker score as the Hogs thrashed Nicholls State 73-7 Saturday. Amanda Kimmel guessed 49-10, missing by 27 points, while Sonny Kimmel missed by 38 points and J.P. Johnson was off by 50 points. So Amanda Kimmel makes all the ladies out there happy as she wins the $100 cash prize for week one!
 
 "Week two play sheets are now available at participating sponsor locations. Big games this upcoming weekend include: Arkansas at Texas Tech, Georgia at South Carolina, Tennessee at Oklahoma, and UCLA at Texas. Pick up a play sheet, fill it out, don't forget the Arkansas tie-breaker score, and drop off your entry at the radio station before 12 Noon on Friday. Good luck from 2014 Pigskin Pick 'em!

 


TOUR de QUEEN  Saturday, October 4, 2014

On-Line Registration is being accepted now at BikeReg.com for Tour de Queen which will be held on Saturday, October 4th.  Pre-Registration is$30 per rider; On-Site Registration is $25 per rider  Registration Form

Ride will begin at 8AM.    On-Site Registration at 7AM on the Courthouse Square in front of Chamber of Commerce , 315 West Stilwell Avenue in Downtown De Queen.

You will ONLY receive a shirt if you pre-register by September 26, 2014   ALL RIDERS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR A HELMET

For more information contact Nancy Gore @ (870)582-2315 or e-mail  bikenownancy@gmail.com

Endorsed by: De Queen Sevier County Chamber of Commerce

 

 

UA COSSATOT COLT BOLT 5K

 

The UA Cossatot Foundation is hosting its second Colt Bolt 5K on September 27.
Attached is the registration form. Please make plans to join them while they make this run/walk for scholarships.

 

Don't feel like walking or running a 5K? No problem! They also have a 1 mile fun run you can do instead. Show your UA Cossatot spirit by wearing red on the day of the race and have a chance to win a $500 tuition wavier for yourself or a deserving student of your choice. Entry Fee for the Adult 5K is $25; Fun Run 1 mile is $15 (Children 11 & under free, with t-shirt cost is $15)   Registration form

 

 

Junior High:  Leopards 34  Mena  12

 

The De Queen Junior High Cubs opened up the 2014 season with a 34-12 win on the road in Mena Thursday night. Hunter Earney was "lights out" for the Cubs. He opened the scoring on a 45 yard touchdown reception from Tyler Miller. Then Earney returned a Bearkitten punt 35 yards for a score. After Earney returned an interception 59 yards to set up another score, Brandon Hagood took it in from four yards out to capitalize on the Mena turnover. Hagood kept on the two point run to make the halftime score 20-0 in favor of the Cubs.

 
After Mena cut the score to 20-6 early in the third quarter, Earney went to work again. He scored on an 11 yard run to put the Cubs back up comfortably. Then he recorded his second interception of the night. That set up a 44 yard touchdown pass from Miller to Lane Woods to make it 34-6 at the end of the third quarter. Mena finished the scoring on a 74 yard scoring run early in the 4th quarter to make the final score: De Queen 34 Mena 12.

 

The Cubs travel to Hot Springs Lakeside next Thursday night.
   

The De Queen 8th graders won a preliminary contest over the Mena 8th graders 16-0."
 

 

 

 

LEOPARD BOOSTER CLUB SEEKING NEW MEMBERS 

 

There will be a De Queen Booster Club meeting Tuesday, August 19th at 6:00 p.m. at the multi-purpose building at the Church of Christ.  The community is encouraged to attend and get involved in the Leopard Booster Club.  Individual sponsors may join for as little as $10 per month.  Corporate sponsors for as little as $75 per month.  (Complete sponsorship fee listing)

 

 

 

TRIPLE THREAT BASKETBALL CAMP WRAP UP

2014 Triple Threat Fundamental Camp comes to an end. Coach Jason Barker would like to say a special Thank You to all the local sponsors and to all the athletes who participated.



5th Grade
1 on 1 winner Elise Dean
Hot Shot winner Abigail Barker
Free Throw winner Jera Cotton
Obstacle Course winner Abigail Barker

6th Grade
1 on 1 winner Madison Runnels
Hot Shot winner Allison Strasner
Free Throw winner Parker Sneed
Obstacle Course winner Allison Strasner

5th-6th Grade 3 on 3 Champs
Allison Strasner- Madison Bagley- Mary Claire Lynch- Sydney Casteel

7th Grade
1 on 1 winner Maddie Martin
Hot Shot winner Ashlyn Chambers 
Free Throw winner Maddie Martin
Obstacle Course winner Josie Burke

5th-7th 5 on 5 Champs
Jera Cotton-Caroline Collins- Lanie Hibbs- Josie Burke- Kaydee Cowling

7th - 8th - 9th Grade 3 on 3 Champs
Abby Dykes- Ruby Peppers- Baylee Harder- Catherine Ousse

8th Grade
1 on 1 winner Ashley Dykes
Hot Shot winner Abby Dykes
Free Throw winner Ashley Dykes
Obstacle Course winner Abby Dykes

9th Grade
1 on 1 winner Bradi Young
Hot Shot winner Veronica Rivas
Free Throw winner Veronica Rivas
Obstacle Course winner Bradi Young

8th - 9th grade 5 on 5 Champs
Ashley Dykes- Veronica Rivas- Bailey Ward- Ruby Peppers- Karina Lopez

OUTSTANDING CAMPERS
5th Grade Abigail Barker
6th Grade Allison Strasner
7th Grade Josie Burke
8th Grade Ashley Dykes
9th Grade  Bradi Young

 

SCRAPPERETTE BASKETBALL CAMP

The Scrapperette basketball team hosted a team camp on in July.  Teams participating included Prescott, De Queen, Mineral Springs, and the Cossatot River School District.

 


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SOCCER MVP

Duvan Estiven Ramirez Garcia De Queen MVP for the soccer championship game

 

state champions

Sevier County 14 yr old All-Stars recently won the 2014 Dixie Boys State Championship played in Searcy AR.  They defeated Searcy 4-3, Dierks 8-2, Searcy 13-1, and Kirby 12-0 in the championship game.  This makes the 2nd year in a row that these boys have won the State Tournament and been undefeated.  They will compete in the Dixie Boys World Series in Bossier City LA on August 2-6 against 11 other State Champions.

Pictured L-R: Layne Woods, Zach Izzo, Maurice Moore, Cody Brown, Cody Chandler, Wade Beasley, Lucas Tinajero, Hunter Earney, Brandon Hagood, Tyler Miller. Coaches, not pictured, Chad Earney, Danny Williams, and Jeff Woods.