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LADY LEOPARDS REMAIN UNDEFEATED IN 5A-SOUTH CONFERENCE
Tuesday afternoon, the De Queen Lady Leopards improved to 9-2 on the season and 4-0 in the 5A-South Conference with a 10-0 victory over the Hot Springs Lakeside Lady Rams.
Josie Vaught pitched a complete game; striking out three, walking one, while giving up no runs on one hit.
Reisa Bakenhus led the Lady Leopards at the plate, going 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs. Meagan Martz went 1 for 2 with 2 RBIs and Vaught was 2 for 2 while scoring 2 runs.
The Lady Leopards will host Watson Chapel this Friday at 4:30 p.m. at Lady Leopard Field.
SCORES FROM TUESDAY, APRIL 5TH
De Queen Lady Leopards 2
Lakeside Lady Rams 0
De Queen Leopards 5
Lakeside Rams 1
De Queen 2
De Queen High School and Junior High archery teams recently competed in the state archery competition in Hot Springs.
De Queen Junior High placed 28th overall with 2,817 team points.
Shaylon Loyd -262
Dennis Peppers - 259
Cooper Vallee - 248
Amber Morris - 242
David Serrano - 241
Eldon Hibbs - 240
Said Angeles - 227
Kaydee Cowling - 227
Nathan Bell - 226
Jafet Sotelo - 219
Angelica Hernandez - 214
Eli Baker - 212
De Queen High School placed 14th overall with 3,147 points.
Aaron Morris - 277
Jeffery Davis - 273
Hadley Philnmlee - 273
Jeffery Manns - 269
Josie Richard - 268
Jorge Reyes - 265
Michael Monroy - 264
Erykah Boehler - 255
Haylee Rich - 251
Caitlen Ogelsby - 251
Reed Renfro - 251
Josh Villagren - 250
SCORE FROM 3/18
LEOPARDS FALL TO 1-1 IN 5A SOUTH CONFERENCE PLAY
Friday, the De Queen Leopards traveled to Pine Bluff to meet one of the top teams in 5A baseball and came up short in their bid to improve to 2-0 in conference.
Friday night, White Hall defeated De Queen by the score of 18-1 following a short rain delay.
Tyler Miller led the Leopards at the plate by going two for three with two singles. Hunter Earney and Mack Carver also had hits off White Hall's Layne Hartsfield.
De Queen will hold their hit-a-thon at 4 p.m. this Thursday at Leopard Field followed by an alumni game.
Leopards Defeat Camden Fairview in 5A South Conference Play
The Leopards got off on the right track in 5A South Conference play defeating the Camden Fairview Cardinals 9-4 Thursday in De Queen.
De Queen scored two runs in the first, second, third, and fourth inning before capping off their scoring with a run in the bottom of the fifth.
The Leopards got a great performance on the mound from Kaden Tollett. The junior went the distance pitching all seven innings giving up just four hits, striking out five and pitching out of several jams.
At the plate, De Queen was led by Hunter Earney who went 3 for 4 with two doubles, two stolen bases and two runs scored. Tollett helped himself out going 2 for 3 with three runs scored and two stolen bases. David Balderas had a single and 2 RBIs. Mack Carver had a single and Cade Arndt had an RBI.
The Leopards are back at it today as they hit the road to White Hall for a conference show down with last yearís State Runner Up squad. First pitch is at 4:30.
Varsity baseball finals:
Varsity softball finals:
De Queen - 0
Atlanta, Texas - 6
The Lady Leopards are now 3-1 on the season.
Horatio - 9
Dierks - 3
Horatio improves to 3-1 on the season, while Dierks falls to 1-3.
LADY LIONS IMPROVE TO 3-1 WITH VICTORY OVER THE LADY OUTLAWS
The Horatio Lady Lions defeated the Dierks Lady Outlaws 9-3, Monday afternoon to improve to 3-1 on the season.
Dana Simmons pitched a complete game for the victory; scattering 10 hits, walking one, while striking out three.
Simmons also helped herself at the plate by going 2 for 4 and driving in two runs. Designated player Tessa Gentry and centerfielder Stephanie Rivas also went 2 for 4 with two RBIs each.
Lexi Simmons started the game in the circle for the Lady Outlaws. She pitched five innings. She allowed 8 runs on 12 hits, while striking out three and walking three.
Lexi Simmons also led the Lady Outlaws at the plate, by going 3 for 4 and driving in two runs.
Delight Regional Archery Results
Several local teams took part in the recent Arkansas National Archery in the Schools regional tournament, held at Delight. Around one hundred teams from around the state have advanced to the archery state championship, scheduled to take place April 1st and 2nd in Hot Springs.
Elementary results from the regional archery tournament included: first place South Pike County School, second place Kirby Elementary, third place Blevins Elementary, fourth place Bradley Elementary, and fifth place Umpire.
Middle School results included first place South Pike County, second place Blevins Middle School, third place De Queen Cubs, fourth place Kirby, and fifth place Umpire.
High School archery results included first place Genoa Central, second place De Queen, third place South Pike County, and fourth place Blevins.
RESULTS FROM TUESDAY, MARCH 15:
The De Queen Leopards won the Curly Wolf Relays in Prescott.
Drew Dykes qualified for state in the discus with a throw of 145 feet on Tuesday. Maurice Moore improved his state leading distance to 151 feet.
Hector Hernandez set a new record in the junior boys mile at the Prescott Relays with a time of 4:54, breaking the old record of 4:57 that was set in 1981.
Horatio defeated Spring Hill 5-3, Tuesday afternoon at Lion Field.
Zach Izzo had an RBI single and Cole Boyd hit a triple to lead the Lions at the plate. Hunter Lansdell was the winner pitcher for the Lions.
The Horatio Lions improved to 6-2 on the season.
LEOPARDS OVER FOREMAN 20 - 1
De Queen Leopards
Varsity jumps on Foreman (AR) early and coasts to 20-1 win
SCORES FROM THURSDAY, MARCH 3
The De Queen Leopards won the Leopard Relays in De Queen
Gross Tournament in Nashville:
UPCOMING TRACK MEET
There will be a 4A track meet at the De Queen High School track in De Queen Arkansas on Thursday March 3rd 2016 beginning at 5:00 p.m. Various regional high school track teams will compete in field events such as discus, shot put, pole vault, high jump, triple jump, and a variety of running events.
Admission is $5.00 come support our 4A
LEOPARDS DROP OPENING DAY CONTEST TO SCRAPPERS 8-0
Monday afternoon, the De Queen Leopards hosted the Nashville Scrappers for the first game of the 2016 season, but the Scrappers scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning to take an 8-0 victory.
Kaden Tollett was the Leopards starting pitcher. He pitched four innings, giving up three runs on three hits, while striking out three. Brandon Hagood relieved Tollett in the fifth inning and gave up five runs on five hits, while striking out three.
Nashville's starting pitcher, Tyler Hanson, pitched four innings, giving up no runs on one hit, while striking out seven.
Tollett also led the Leopards at the plate going two-for-three.
The Scrappers were led by Austin Bowman who went two-for-two, while driving in two runs in the seventh inning.
school varsity baseball and Varsity softball final score for Monday
REGIONAL TOURNAMENT ACTION 02/24 - 02/27
Class 4A South Regional Tournament at Dumas
Thursday February 25th:
5:30 Ashdown vs Dollarway Boys - ***Live On #1 Country 92.1
7:00 Nashville vs Dumas Boys ***Live On Sister Station KMTB 99.5
8:30 Nashville vs Dumas Boys ***Live On Sister Station KMTB 99.5
Class 3A Region 4 Tournament at Centerpoint High School
Wednesday February 24th:
7:00 Horatio vs McGehee Girls
Thursday February 25th
5:30 McGehee vs Cosstatot River Boys
7:00 Cossatot River vs Harmony Grove Girls
Class 2A South Regional Tourney at Lafayette County
Wednesday February 24th
4:00 Rison vs Dierks Girls
5:30 Strong vs Dierks Boys
7:00 Foreman vs Woodlawn Girls
Thursday February 25th
8:30 Junction City vs Foreman Boys
horatio youth ball
There will be a coaches meeting Thursday, February 18th, 6 pm at Horatio City Hall for all coaches who will be playing baseball or softball games at Horatio City Park.
Registration deadline for those interested in playing ball is Thursday, February 25th. Forms may be picked up Horatio City Hall or at any Horatio School. For more information contact Brian at (501) 520-8049.
SEVIER COUNTY DIXIE YOUTH BASEBALL ASSOCIATION
Sign up deadline for boys aged 5 to 14 to play Sevier County Dixie Youth Baseball is Thursday, February 25th. Registration forms are available at area schools. Fee is $40 for one player; Brothers $60 for two or $75 for 3 or more. Make check/money order payable to "Sevier County DYB". All new players must submit a copy of their official birth certificate. Team Draft will be Sunday, February 28th, 2 pm at De Queen Sportsplex. All players will go through the draft. No registration allowed after the draft. For more information contact Sevier County DYB President Clayton Yates at (870) 7784-4718.
corporate sponsorships available for foreman baseball
The Foreman High School Baseball team is selling corporate sponsorships for each home game for $100 per game. Sponsor will receive a custom advertisement read several times during each game as well as a team autographed baseball. Contact Mark Hill to sign up or for more information at (870) 784-1464.
Run for missions as the Broken Bow First Assembly of God Impact Youth present their annual missions 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, February 20th. Registration gets underway at 7 am. Race begins at 8 am. A pancake breakfast will be served following the race. Entry fee is just $25 per person. All proceeds go to Missions. That's the 5K Run/Walk Saturday morning February 20th. For more information call the First Assembly of God in Broken Bow at (580) 584-6546.
De Kalb Volunteer Fire Department will host a Predator Hunt for Bobcat, Coyote, Raccoon and Fox will begin Saturday, March 5th and end at Noon on Sunday, March 6th. Entry fee is $80 per team with 70% payback. Extra pots available for Big Cat, Big Coyote and Big Raccoon. Register by 5:00 pm with Paula Booth at De Kalb City Hall. Late registration adds $20. check in at De Kalb Fire Department no noter than Noon on Sunday, March 6th. For additional information about the hunt contat: Jacky Shumake at (903) 276-6259. For information about registration contact Paula Booth at (903) 277-7372.
LUPUS FOUNDATION BENEFIT GOLF SCRAMBLE
A 2-Man Scramble benefit 18 hole golf tournament "Drive Out Lupus" will be held Saturday, March 19th at De Queen Country Club. Shotgun start is 10 am. $100 per team includes green fees. Trophies will be awarded for 1st Place, Longest Drive, Closest to Hold and Longest Putt. For more information or to sign up call or e-mail Sandy Tutt at (9-3) 280-0435 firstname.lastname@example.org. All proceeds go to the Lupus Foundation of America.
Rotary Club names Rotary Cup recipient
Daniel Villeda is the 79th recipient of the prestigious Rotary Cup thatís presented annually to the top performing football player at De Queen High School. Besides performance on the field, the award is also based on leadership, academics, and representation of De Queen Schools in other sports and activities.
Past recipients include:
De Queen wins 1st round in Kirby
The Leopards and Lady Leopards defeated the Dierks Outlaws and Lady Outlaws Saturday morning to advance to the semi-finals of the Kirby Tournament. Both teams will play Thursday evening in the second round.
De Queen All State/Conference Players Announced
All State- Daniel Villeda
All- Conference- Drew Dykes
2nd Team All Conference- Hunter Earney
ASHDOWN ADVANCES: 2nd ROUND of PLAYOFFS