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Toney Stowers is the voice of Leopard Basketball on KILX FM 102.1

SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE – 11/19 – 11/24

MONDAY 7:00 – Catch Mike’d Up with Mike Anderson as the Hogs basketball coach previews upcoming contests against Montana State and U.T.-Arlington during this one hour show on #1 Country 92.1.

TUESDAY 7:00 – Catch On the Air with Chad Morris in this one hour show as the Hogs head football coach sets the stage for Friday’s season ending matchup at Missouri.

WEDNESDAY – The Arkansas Razorbacks return to the hardwood at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville to entertain Montana State at 7:00. Airtime with Chuck Barrett and Matt Zimmerman is set for 6:30 Wednesday on your Southwest Arkansas Home for the Hogs – #1 Country 92.1.

FRIDAY – “The Arkansas Razorbacks travel to Columbia to battle the Missouri Tigers on the gridiron at 1:30. Airtime with Chuck Barrett, Quinn Grovey, Scott Inman, and crew is set for 10:30 Saturday morning.

    Then the Razorbacks basketball team hits the hardwood at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville to host the University of Texas-Arlington Mavericks at 7:00. Airtime with Chuck Barrett and Matt Zimmerman is set for 6:30 Friday evening on your Southwest Arkansas Hog Caller – #1 Country 92.1.”

   Football Playoffs Third Round Friday November 23rd

7-4A Conference Teams
Nashville at Shiloh Christian…..Live on KMTB 99.5
Arkadelphia at Stuttgart
Pulaski Robinson at Ozark

5-3A Conference Teams:
McGehee at Prescott
Osceola at Smackover
Camden Harmony Grove at Booneville 

7-2A Conference Teams:
Earle at Foreman
Mount Ida at Conway Christian….Live on KENA 104.1

De Queen Football Post Season Honors

The Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path is pleased to announce post-season honors for the 2018 De Queen football team. Malik Beasley was named to the Class 5A All-State Team. Named to the 5A South Conference First Team were Mack Carver, Kade Martin, and Marquez Ester. Named to the 5A South Conference Second Team were Adrian Mendoza, Hayden Harp, Colby Cowley, and Quinshawn Bennett.

At tight end, Malik Beasley had 11 catches for 177 yards. He also played offensive guard in one contest to help his team. Defensively, Beasley had 64 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, two sacks, two pass deflections, and a forced fumble. He’s the fourth Leopard to earn All State honors in the last three years joining Daniel Villeda, Hunter Earney, and Jace Sims. Beasley was named to the 5A South All Conference First Team as a junior.

Mack Carver led the team in receptions with 20 for 372 yards and two touchdowns. Carver punted for a 36 yard average. Defensively, Mack had 53 tackles, three interceptions, and two fumble recoveries. Carver was named second team All Conference as a junior.

Kade Martin, a junior, led the team in tackles with 80. Martin also rushed for 100 yards and five touchdowns.

Marquez Ester, also a junior, led the team in rushing with 753 yards and six touchdowns. Ester also had two interceptions, one fumble recovery, and was credited with 50 tackles on defense. Ester was named second team All Conference as a sophomore.

Adrian Mendoza, Hayden Harp, Colby Cowley, and Quinnshawn Bennett were all two-way senior performers.

Congratulations from your Official Leopard Station – 102.1 The Good Path!

 

De Queen Senior Teams Split with Cossatot River

 The De Queen Senior teams split a pair of contests Friday evening at De Queen Coliseum in action heard live in HD quality on The Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path. The Lady Leopards raced past the Lady Eagles 62-38, while the Eagles rallied past the Leopards in boys’ action 46-39.

The Lady Leopards came out on fire, knocking down 13 – three pointers on the night. Playing without the injured Kennedy Winship, De Queen’s Maddie Martin and Ashlyn Chambers picked up the scoring slack. Martin finished with 17 points, including five – three pointers. Chambers chipped in with 13, and Ashley Dykes added 10. Ashlen Gonzalez led Cossatot River with 14 points. The Lady Leopards raced to a 41-21 halftime lead, and cruised to the 24 point win. With the victory, De Queen improved to 4-0 on the season. The Lady Eagles fall to 3-4.

In the boys contest, De Queen raced to a 7-0 lead. However, the Eagles rallied for the 46-39 win. Trenton Rosson led the Eagles with 19. Brian Strother added 13. Sophomore Davin Burgess, our McDonalds Player of the Night, finished with 16 points and nine rebounds. Mack Carver added nine points. The Leopards really hurt themselves at the charity stripe, where they converted only 8 of 17 free throw attempts. The Leopards fall to 0-2 on the season. Cossatot River is 2-5.

Following the Thanksgiving holiday break, De Queen hosts Ashdown on Tuesday, November 27th.

 

Football Playoffs Scores Second Round November 16th

5A South Conference Teams:
Little Rock Christian doubled up Arkansas High 48-24
Pulaski Academy pounded Little Rock McClellan 58-8 

7-4A Conference Teams:
Nashville rallied past Bauxite 41-18
Arkadelphia whipped Warren 41-14
Pulaski Robinson outlasted Hamburg 49-29 

5-3A Conference Teams:
Prescott Clipped Clinton 45-27
Smackover defeated Danville 49-35
Camden Harmony Grove clobbered Glen Rose 47-28

7-2A Conference Teams:
Foreman advanced over Magazine 38-26
Hampton hammered Mineral Springs 54-14
Hazen blanked Gurdon 46-0
Mount Ida turned back Hector 38-21 

Elsewhere in Arkansas – Class 4A:
Shiloh Christian rolled over Mena 59-7 

And in Southeast Oklahoma:
Clinton doubled up Broken Bow 28-14
Sulphur eliminated Idabel 56-31

 

 

Two Leopards Sign Cross-Country Letters of Intent

Hector Hernandez and Isael Sanchez signed Letters of Intent Friday at #1 Country Studios in De Queen.  Hector will attend SAU in Magnolia and Isael will attend UofA Rich Mountain in Mena.

 

Both boys were interviewed on the air by Murriel Wylie on KDQN FM #1 Country and Nic Garza on Radio Cristiana KDQN AM 1390.

Shown left: Isael Sanchez
Shown right: Hector Hernandez

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De Queen and Dierks Split on the Hardwood  

 The De Queen and Dierks Senior Teams split a pair of contests in Dierks Tuesday night (11/13/18) in action heard live on 102.1 The Good Path. The Lady Leopards rolled to a 64-29 victory, while the Outlaws rallied for a 60-53 win in the boys contest.

The Dykes twins, Ashley and Abby, combined for 29 first half points as De Queen raced to a 43-14 lead at intermission, and cruised to the 64-29 win to improve to 3-0 on the season. Ashley Dykes finished with a game high 17 points. Abby Dykes contributed 16, and Maddie Martin added 13 as the Lady Leopards cleared their bench in the second half.

Afterward, Toney Stowers caught up with Coach Paul Dean on the Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path:     “In the boys contest, De Queen raced to a 10-0 lead as Mack Carver put a quick eight points on the board. The Leopards led 15-10 at the end of the opening quarter. But the Dierks Outlaws rallied to take a 31-29 halftime lead behind a three-quarters of the court “Hail Mary” by Zane Cox as the buzzer sounded ending the first half. The Outlaws rode the momentum to post the 60-53 victory.

Aaron Stokes finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds, and six blocks. Andrew Kirby pitched in 17. Cox added 16. For De Queen, Carver and Davin Burgess scored 12 points each. Burgess was named our McDonalds Player of the Night for De Queen. Besides his 12 points, Davin had nine rebounds, and four assists.

Leopards Coach Jake Lee is optimistic about his team moving forward:  “The De Queen Leopards and Lady Leopards host the Cossatot River senior teams Friday night. Airtime with Toney Stowers is set for 5:40 on your Official Leopard Station – 102.1 The Good Path.

SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE – 11/12 – 11/18

MONDAY – The Arkansas Razorbacks host U.C.-Davis at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville at 7:00. Airtime with Chuck Barrett and Matt Zimmerman is set for 6:30 on your Southwest Arkansas Hog Caller – #1 Country 92.1.

TUESDAY – The De Queen Leopards and Lady Leopards travel to Dierks to meet the Outlaws and Lady Outlaws. Following Junior Varsity Girls and Boys contests, the Lady Leopards and Lady Outlaws will tip it off at 6:00. Airtime with Toney Stowers is set for 5:40 on The Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path and online at: www.102thegoodpath.com

WEDNESDAY 7:00 – Catch On the Air with Chad Morris in this one hour show as the Hogs head football coach sets the stage for the Saturday S.E.C. matchup at Mississippi State.

FRIDAY – “The De Queen Leopards and Lady Leopards host the Cossatot River Eagles and Lady Eagles at Leopard Arena. Following the Junior Varsity Girls and Boys contests at 5:00, the Lady Leopards and Lady Eagles will tip it off at 6:00. Airtime with Toney Stowers is set for 5:40 on The Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path, on the free Leopard App, and online at www.102thegoodpath.com

At 10:00, catch all the football playoff scores and game reports from around the Natural State as Rex Nelson and Richard Atkinson host the two hour Arkansas Democrat Gazette High School Football Scoreboard Show on your #1 Country 92.1.

SATURDAY – “The Arkansas Razorbacks travel to Starkville to battle the Mississippi State Bulldogs on the gridiron at 11:00. Airtime with Chuck Barrett, Quinn Grovey, and crew is set for 8:00 Saturday morning on your Southwest Arkansas Hog Caller – #1 Country 92.1.”

SUNDAY – The Arkansas Razorbacks host the Indiana Hoosiers at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville at 2:30. Airtime with Chuck Barrett and Matt Zimmerman is set for 2:00 on your Southwest Arkansas Home for the Hogs – #1 Country 92.1

De Queen

Lady Leopards Improve to 2-0 Saturday

The De Queen Lady Leopards improved to 2-0 on the young season with an impressive 67-38 win over Fouke at De Queen Coliseum Saturday afternoon in action heard live on The Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path. After taking a 28-21 lead into the locker room at intermission, the Lady Leopards dominated Fouke 39-17 in the second half to cruise to victory.

Kennedy Winship was named our McDonalds player of the game by recording a double-double, 17 points and a dozen rebounds. Three other Lady Leopards were in double figures: Ashley Dykes poured in 16, Maddie Martin chipped in with 15, and Abby Dykes added 11.

The De Queen Senior Girls and Boys teams travel to Dierks to battle the Outlaws and Lady Outlaws Tuesday night. Airtime with Toney Stowers is set for 5:40 on your Official Home of the Leopards and Lady Leopards – 102.1 The Good Path

Football Playoffs Second Round November 16th

5A South Conference Teams:
Little Rock Christian at Texarkana Arkansas High
Little Rock McClellan at Pulaski Academy

7-4A Conference Teams:
Bauxite at Nashville……Live on KMTB 99.5
Arkadelphia at Warren
Hamburg at Pulaski Robinson 

5-3A Conference Teams:
Prescott at Clinton
Danville at Smackover
Camden Harmony Grove at Glen Rose 

7-2A Conference Teams:
Magazine at Foreman
Mineral Springs at Hampton
Gurdon at Hazen
Mount Ida at Hector…..Live on 104.1 KENA

Elsewhere in Arkansas – Class 4A:
Mena at Shiloh Christian

And in Southeast Oklahoma:
Broken Bow at Clinton
Idabel at Sulphur

 

Friday Night Football Play-off Scores Opening Round

 5A South Conference Teams:
Texarkana Arkansas High whipped Nettleton 27-7
Little Rock McClellan smashed Greenbriar 63-26
Blytheville eliminated Hot Springs Lakeside 41-27
Wynne slipped past Camden Fairview 10-6


7-4A Conference Teams:
Nashville shut out Elkins 36-0
Arkadelphia blanked Gosnell 37-0
Bauxite tripped up Trumann 21-6
Rivercrest eliminated Fountain Lake 36-14
Pulaski Robinson hammered Pottsville 47-12 

5-3A Conference Teams:
Prescott pounded Mountain View 42-6
Camden Harmony Grove clobbered Barton 62-36
Osceola dominated Fouke 62-7
Newport shut out Centerpoint 35-0 

7-2A Conference Teams:
Salem eliminated Dierks 62-7
Mount Ida manhandled Bearden 36-14
Gurdon clobbered Clarendon 42-6
Mineral Springs upset East Poinsette County 20-14 

Elsewhere in Arkansas:
Mena advanced with a 31-7 win over Gentry


And in Southeast Oklahoma:
Broken Bow blanked Catoosa 21-0
Idabel shut out Cascia Hall (Tulsa) 33-0
Holland Hall (Tulsa) eliminated Valliant 31-0

 

 

Senior Girls: De Queen 72 Murfreesboro 30     11/08

“The Lady Leopards put 50 points on the board in the first half and cruised to a 72-30 victory over Murfreesboro Thursday night in Leopard Arena in action heard live on The Leopard Network-102.1 The Good Path.

Ashley Dykes, our McDonalds Player of the Game, led the way with 17 points. Maddie Martin, Abby Dykes, and Ashlyn Chambers scored 13 each.

The Lady Leopards defense was tenacious …. forcing 29 turnovers,

De Queen’s girls host Fouke Saturday at 2:30. Airtime with Toney Stowers is set for 2:10 on The Leopard Network-102.1 The Good Path”

Play-offs First Round Action – Friday, November 9th  

5A-SOUTH CONFERENCE TEAMS:
Hot Springs Lakeside at Blytheville
Nettleton at Arkansas High (Texarkana)
Valley View at Little Rock McClellan
Camden Fairview at Wynne

7-4A CONFERENCE TEAMS:
Fountain Lake at Riverscrest
Elkins at Nashville…live on KMTB 99.5
Gosnell at Arkadelphia
Pottsville at Pulaski Robinson
Bauxite at Truman    

5-3A CONFERENCE TEAMS:
Fouke at Osceola
Barton at Camden Harmony Grove
Mountain View at Prescott
Centerpoint at Newport
Smackover receives a first round bye

7-2A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Dierks at Salem….live on 105.5 KNAS
Clarendon at Gurdon
Bearden at Mount Ida…on 104.1 KENA
Mineral Springs at East Poinsett County
Foreman receives a first round bye   

ELSEWHERE:
Gentry at Mena…..live on 105.3 KQOR

AND IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA:
Catoosa at Broken Bow
Cascia Hall (Tulsa) at Idabel
Valliant at Holland Hall (Tulsa)
Arkansas High Defeats De Queen in Texarkana 42-9

“The Arkansas High Razorbacks had two “Pick Sixes” for scores and took advantage of big plays on offense to race to a 42-3 halftime lead and cruise to a 42-9 victory over De Queen in Texarkana Friday night in action heard live on the Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path.

Texarkana scored two defensive touchdowns in the first half on interception returns covering 45 and 37 yards. Offensively, the Razorbacks scored on pass plays covering 57, 15, and 43 yards. The Hogs also scored on a 78 yard run from scrimmage.

The Leopards had a few bright spots. Quinshawn Bennett tackled the Arkansas High punter at the seven yard line early in the game. The Leopards couldn’t punch it in for a touchdown. However, Edward Garcia nailed a 28 yard field goal to pull De Queen to within 7-3. The Leopards then recovered the ensuing onside kick at the Arkansas High 44 yard line. But De Queen couldn’t take advantage, and Arkansas High reeled off 35 unanswered points.

With the Sportsmanship Rule invoked and the clock running continuously in the second half, De Queen had some moments. Juan Cervantes recovered a Hog fumble, and the Leopards drove 40 yards in eight plays with the score coming on a four yard run by Alexis Luna to make the final score 42-9 in favor of Arkansas High.

Edward Garcia was our McDonalds Player of the Game. Besides the 28 yard field goal to account for De Queen’s first half score against the Arkansas High starters, Edward was a perfect 17 of 17 kicking extra points this season.

Luna was the leading rusher with 49 yards on nine carries. Defensively, Colby Cowley led the tackle charts with six. Jorge Soto had a fumble recovery and Mack Carver picked off an Arkansas High pass.

The Leopards finish the season with a 1-9 record, despite leading at some point in seven of the ten games.”

FRIDAY SCORES – November 1st – 2nd

5A-SOUTH CONFERENCE ACTION:
Arkansas High defeated De Queen 42-9
Little Rock McClellan clobbered Camden Fairview 34-6
Hot Springs Lakeside outlasted Hot Springs 35-32
Magnolia hammered Hope 48-19

7-4A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Fountain Lake doubled up Ashdown 42-21
Nashville slipped past Bauxite 20-14 in Overtime
Arkadelphia embarrassed Malvern 66-0
Pulaski Robinson handled Haskell Harmony Grove 35-6 

5-3A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Fouke blanked Horatio 6-0 on THURSDAY
Smackover beat Camden Harmony Grove 29-18 on Thursday
Bismarck bombed Genoa Central 42-13 on THURSDAY
Prescott pounded Centerpoint 52-0 on THURSDAY

7-2A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Dierks downed Murfreesboro 44-30 on Thursday
Foreman will be the #1 seed after beating Gurdon 26-10
Mount Ida manhandled Lafayette County 52-6 on Thursday
Mineral Springs blanked Spring Hill 38-0 on THURSDAY   

ELSEWHERE:
Mena upset Dardanelle 28-14

AND IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA:
Broken Bow shut out Fort Gibson 49-0
Idabel slipped past Roland 27-26 in Overtime
Antlers turned back Valliant 26-14

Magnolia Defeats De Queen 40-29

The 16 Seniors were recognized prior to kick-off on Senior Night and De Queen jumped to a 14-7 lead over Magnolia on short touchdown runs by Adrian Mendoza and Kade Martin. However, the Panthers scored on the final play of the first half on a 48 yard pass play and scored on their opening drive of the second half to go up by two touchdowns. The Leopards couldn’t get any closer than 11 points the rest of the way as Magnolia defeated De Queen 40-29 in action you heard live on The Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path.

On Senior Night, our McDonalds Player of the Game was Colby Cowley, a two way starter on the offensive and defensive lines.

The leading rusher on the night was Marquez Ester with 108 yards on only eight carries. Mendoza, Martin, and Isaiah Williamson scored the Leopard touchdowns on short runs. Edward Vega hit all three extra point attempts, and he’s a perfect 17 for 17 on the season. Williamson connected with Malik Beasley on a two point conversion pass.

Defensively, Beasley and Quinshawn Bennett led the tackle charts with a dozen stops each. Martin and Hayden Harp were credited with ten tackles each. Ester and Julio Alvarez each claimed a fumble recovery.

The Leopards close out the season at Arkansas High in Texarkana Friday night.

FRIDAY SCORES – OCTOBER 26TH

5A-SOUTH CONFERENCE ACTION:
Magnolia defeated De Queen 40-29
Camden Fairview shut out Hot Springs 57-0
Little Rock McClellan rolled over Hot Springs Lakeside 44-7
Texarkana Arkansas High hammered Hope 45-7

7-4A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Joe T. Robinson turned back Ashdown 57-13
Nashville destroyed Malvern 69-10
Arkadelphia upended Bauxite 24-12
Fountain Lake nipped Haskell Harmony Grove 35-34

5-3A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Centerpoint rolled past Horatio 42-7
Prescott blanked Camden Harmony Grove 40-0
Fouke whipped Genoa Central 34-7
Smackover smacked Bismarck 66-6

7-2A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Dierks smashed Spring Hill 40-6
Foreman shut out Murfreesboro 54-0
Gurdon got by Mount Ida 14-6
Mineral Springs licked Lafayette County 55-6

ELSEWHERE:
Mena manhandled Subiaco Academy 51-18

AND IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA:
Broken Bow blasted Sallisaw 54-13
Lincoln Christian of Tulsa topped Idabel 51-13
Valliant axed Atoka 56-21

 

ASHDOWN VOLLEYBALL SCORES

10-16-18

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL

3-2 OVER BAPTIST PREP

DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

WILL BE PLAYED TOMORROW @7

@EPISCOPAL

SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE – 10/15 – 10/20/18

WEDNESDAY 7:00 – Catch On the Air with Chad Morris in this one hour show as the Hogs head football coach sets the stage for the Saturday matchup against Tulsa.

FRIDAY – Six plus hours of the best high school football coverage on your radio dial begins at 5:30 on #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path when Jay Lindly visits with Foreman football coach Mark King about the Gators road contest at Mineral Springs. At 5:45, Jay Lindly previews the Prescott at Horatio contest with Horatio coach Robert Collum.

At 6:00, it’s the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas High School Game Day Show as Brad Haworth previews all the action from around the Natural State.

At 6:30, 102.1 The Good Path, your official home for De Queen football, goes live to Hot Springs for the De Queen and Hot Springs Lakeside contest at 7:00. Jay Bunyard, Shane Haarmeyer, and Toney Stowers will have all the exciting play-by-play coverage.

Meanwhile, #1 Country 92.1 also goes live to Jim Cross and Darrell Coker in Ashdown as the Panthers host the Arkadelphia Badgers at 7:00.

At 10:00, catch all the scores and game reports from around the Natural State as Rex Nelson and Richard Atkinson host the two hour Arkansas Democrat Gazette High School Football Scoreboard Show.

The most comprehensive coverage of high school football on the airwaves with over six hours of coverage only on your #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path Friday nights.

SATURDAY – The Razorbacks host the Tulsa Golden Hurricane in Fayetteville at 11:00. Airtime with Chuck Barrett and crew is set for 8:00 Saturday morning on your Southwest Arkansas Hog Caller – #1 Country 92.1.

 

FRIDAY SCHEDULE – OCTOBER 19, 2018

5A-SOUTH CONFERENCE ACTION:
De Queen at Hot Springs Lakeside. Live – 102.1 The Good Path
Hope at Camden Fairview
Little Rock McClellan at Magnolia
Hot Springs at Texarkana Arkansas High 

7-4A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Arkadelphia at Ashdown…..Live on #1 Country 92.1
Nashville at Haskell Harmony Grove…live on KMTB 99.5
Robinson at Bauxite
Fountain Lake at Malvern

5-3A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Prescott at Horatio
Camden Harmony Grove at Fouke
Smackover at Genoa Central
Bismarck at Centerpoint 

7-2A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Dierks at Mount Ida….live on 105.5 KNAS and KENA 104.1
Foreman at Mineral Springs
Spring Hill at Murfreesboro
Lafayette County at Gurdon

ELSEWHERE:
Waldron at Mena…..live on 105.3 KQOR

AND IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA:
Broken Bow at Poteau
Idabel at Stigler
Eufala at Valliant

FRIDAY SCORES – OCTOBER 12, 2018

5A-SOUTH CONFERENCE ACTION:
Camden Fairview DEFEATED De Queen 49-28
Hot Springs Lakeside turned back Hope 49-28
Texarkana Arkansas High edged Little Rock McClellan 21-15
Magnolia hammered Hot Springs 46-19 

7-4A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Nashville slipped past Ashdown 27-20
Arkadelphia whipped Haskell Harmony Grove 35-6
Bauxite buried Fountain Lake 40-14
Robinson blanked Malvern 42-0

5-3A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Horatio slipped past Bismarck 18-13
Camden Harmony Grove clobbered Centerpoint 50-15
Smackover smacked Fouke 49-0
Prescott pounded Genoa Central 45-3

7-2A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Dierks won their first game at Lafayette County 42-26
Foreman turned back Mount Ida 34-13
Mineral Springs shut out Murfreesboro 50-0
Gurdon destroyed Spring Hill 56-22

ELSEWHERE:
Mena outlasted Elkins 49-45

AND IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA:
Broken Bow bombed Central out of Tulsa 51-6
Checotah nipped Idabel 28-27
Valliant hammered Hartshorne 60-26

Camden Fairview Rallies Past De Queen 49-28

The De Queen Leopards led at Camden Fairview 21-20 with less than ten minutes to play in the game Friday night. However, the Cardinals wore down the Leopards in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 49-28 win in action heard live on the Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path.

De Queen took a 7-0 lead less than two minutes into the game on a one yard plunge by Kade Martin. The score was set up by a 71 yard pass from Isaiah Williamson to Mack Carver. Camden Fairview took a 12-7 lead at the half, and the Cardinals extended the lead to 20-7 with an 80 yard run on the first play from scrimmage in the 3rd quarter.

The Leopards cut the Cardinals lead to 20-14 after a 29 yard “pick six” interception return by Quinshawn Bennett. The Leopards took the lead at 21-20 after a one yard run by Kade Martin on the first play of the 4th quarter. Martin’s score was set up by a leaping 35 yard reception by Hayden Harp at the one yard line.

However, a Leopard fumble and a recovered onside kick allowed the Cardinals to outscore the Leopards 29-7 the last ten minutes of the game to pull away to the 49-28 win.

Kade Martin was named our McDonalds Player of the Game. Besides rushing for two touchdowns, Martin led the tackle charts on defense with ten, including two tackles for a loss. Martin has 55 tackles on the season.

The Leopards offense rolled up 19 first downs on the night. Marquez Ester rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. Ester has 600 yards rushing on the season with three games to play. Williamson completed 13 out of 23 passes for 198 yards. Malik Beasley had four receptions for 41 yards. Carver added three catches for 96 yards.

The Leopards, now 1-6 on the season, travel to Hot Springs Lakeside Friday night.

 

Ashdown Volleyball Finals

10-11-18

JV VOLLEYBALL 
2-0 OVER EPISCOPAL
25-23 Ashdown
25-21 Ashdown
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL
3-1 OVER EPISCOPAL
25-23 Ashdown
25-21 Ashdown
25-22 Episcopal
25-17 Ashdown

SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE – 10/8 – 10/13/18

WEDNESDAY 7:00 – Catch On the Air with Chad Morris in this one hour show as the Hogs head football coach sets the stage for the Saturday matchup against Ole Miss.

FRIDAY – Six plus hours of the best high school football coverage on your radio dial begins at 5:30 on #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path when Jay Lindly visits with Foreman football coach Mark King about the Gators home contest with Mount Ida in a repeat of last year’s state championship battle. At 5:45, Jay Lindly previews the Horatio at Bismarck contest with Horatio coach Robert Collum.

At 6:00, it’s the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas High School Game Day Show as Brad Haworth previews all the action from around the Natural State.

At 6:30, 102.1 The Good Path, your official home for De Queen football, goes live to Camden for the De Queen and Camden Fairview contest at 7:00. Jay Bunyard, Shane Haarmeyer, and Toney Stowers will have all the exciting play-by-play coverage.

Meanwhile, #1 Country 92.1 also goes live to Jim Cross and Darrell Coker in Ashdown as the Panthers host the Nashville Scrappers at 7:00.

At 10:00, catch all the scores and game reports from around the Natural State as Rex Nelson and Richard Atkinson host the two hour Arkansas Democrat Gazette High School Football Scoreboard Show.

The most comprehensive coverage of high school football on the airwaves with over six hours of coverage only on your #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path Friday nights.

SATURDAY – The Razorbacks host the Ole Miss Rebels in Little Rock’s War Memorial Stadium at 6:30. Airtime with Chuck Barrett, Quinn Grovey, and crew is set for 3:30 Saturday afternoon on your Southwest Arkansas Home for the Hogs – #1 Country 92.1.

 

FRIDAY SCHEDULE – OCTOBER 12TH

5A-SOUTH CONFERENCE ACTION:
De Queen at Camden Fairview…Live on 102.1 The Good Path
Hot Springs Lakeside at Hope
Little Rock McClellan at Texarkana Arkansas High
Magnolia at Hot Springs

7-4A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Nashville at Ashdown…..Live on #1 Country 92.1
Haskell Harmony Grove at Arkadelphia
Fountain Lake at Bauxite
Malvern at Robinson

5-3A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Horatio at Bismarck
Centerpoint at Camden Harmony Grove
Fouke at Smackover
Genoa Central at Prescott

7-2A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Dierks at Lafayette County….live on 105.5 KNAS
Mount Ida at Foreman…live on KENA 104.1
Mineral Springs at Murfreesboro
Gurdon at Spring Hill

ELSEWHERE:
Elkins at Mena…..live on 105.3 KQOR

AND IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA:
Central out of Tulsa at Broken Bow
Checotah at Idabel
Hartshorne at Valliant

FRIDAY FOOTBALL SCORES OCTOBER 5TH

5A SOUTH CONFERENCE ACTION:
Hot Springs defeated De Queen 22-10
Camden Fairview outlasted Magnolia 38-20
Arkansas High whipped Hot Springs Lakeside 48-14
Little Rock McClellan hammered Hope 62-15

7-4A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Ashdown handled Malvern 47-15
Arkadelphia blanked Fountain Lake 44-0
Bauxite blasted Haskell Harmony Grove 35-18
Robinson raced past Nashville 39-25

5-3A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Camden Harmony Grove shut out Horatio 41-0
Bismarck blitzed Fouke 34-14
Centerpoint blanked Genoa Central 14-0
Smackover nipped Prescott 21-20

7-2A CONFERENCE ACTION:
Mineral Springs downed Dierks 50-8
Foreman shut out Lafayette County 49-0
Gurdon whipped Murfreesboro 62-6
Mount Ida blanked Spring Hill 49-0

ELSEWHERE:
Mena dominated Dover 46-6

AND IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA:
Broken Bow shut out Stilwell 53-0
Idabel slipped past Seminole 24-14
Valliant turned back Heavener 46-24

Hot Springs Rallies Past De Queen 22-10

Hot Springs spoiled homecoming for De Queen Friday night by outscoring the Leopards 19-3 in the second half to post a 22-10 victory. With Queen Ashley Dykes and the homecoming court looking on, the Leopards scored on their first possession of the night on a 16 yard run by Marquez Ester to cap a 40 yard drive. The short field was set up when Mack Carver returned the opening kick-off 55 yards. De Queen led 7-3 at the half. The Leopards have led at intermission in four games this year, but have only one victory to show for it.

The Leopards took a 10-9 lead with 7:38 to play on a 45 yard field goal by Honorio Dominguez. But the Trojans responded with a 67 yard scoring drive with 4:33 to play to re-gain the lead at 15-10. Hot Springs sealed the win with a 40 yard “pick six” interception return with 1:55 to play to make the final score 22-10.

Our McDonalds Player of the Game was senior Quinshawn Bennett, who played on both sides of the ball for the Leopards. Bennett rushed for 27 yards on three carries offensively. On defense, Quinshawn was credited with seven tackles, one for a loss, and a pass deflection.

Manuel Ramirez, Malik Beasley, and Dailey Nickerson also had seven tackles each. Ramirez and Kade Martin were credited with fumble recoveries.

Offensively, Ester rushed for 55 yards and the only score on 13 carries. Isaiah Williamson threw for 82 yards. Hayden Harp had four receptions for 37 yards. Mack Carver totaled 105 yards in kick returns.

With the loss, the Leopards fell to 1-5 on the season, and 1-2 in 5A-South Conference action. De Queen travels to Camden Fairview Friday night.

 

Ashdown Friday Night Football Results 10-05-18

ASHDOWN 47   MALVERN 15

Ashdown Freshman Football  10-04-18

SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE – 10/1 – 10/6/18

WEDNESDAY 7:00Catch “On the Air with Chad Morris” in this one hour show as the Hogs head football coach sets the stage for the Saturday matchup against Alabama.

FRIDAYSix plus hours of the best high school football coverage on your radio dial begins at 5:30 on #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path when Jay Lindly visits with Foreman football coach Mark King about the Gators home contest with Lafayette County. At 5:45, Jay Lindly previews the Camden Harmony Grove at Horatio contest with Horatio coach Robert Collum.

At 6:00, it’s the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas High School Game Day Show as Brad Haworth previews all the action from around the Natural State.

At 6:30, 102.1 The Good Path, your official home for De Queen football, goes live to Leopard Stadium for the De Queen and Hot Springs homecoming contest at 7:00. Jay Bunyard, Shane Haarmeyer, and Toney Stowers will have all the exciting play-by-play coverage.

Meanwhile, #1 Country 92.1 also goes live to Jim Cross and Darrell Coker at Malvern as the Panthers battle the Leopards at 7:00.

At 10:00, catch all the scores and game reports from around the Natural State as Rex Nelson and Richard Atkinson host the two hour Arkansas Democrat Gazette High School Football Scoreboard Show.

The most comprehensive coverage of high school football on the airwaves with over six hours of coverage only on your #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path Friday nights.

SATURDAYThe Razorbacks host the defending national champions- the Alabama Crimson Tide at 11:00 A.M.. Airtime with Chuck Barrett, Quinn Grovey, and crew is set for 8:00 Saturday morning on your Southwest Arkansas Home for the Hogs – #1 Country 92.1.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE OCTOBER 5TH

5A SOUTH CONFERENCE ACTION:

Hot Springs at De Queen…..Live on 102.1 The Good Path
Camden Fairview at Magnolia
Arkansas High of Texarkana at Hot Springs LakesideHope at Little Rock McClellan

7-4A CONFERENCE ACTION:

Ashdown at Malvern….Live on #1 Country 92.1
Arkadelphia at Fountain Lake
Bauxite at Haskell Harmony Grove
Robinson at Nashville….KMTB 99.5

 5-3A CONFERENCE ACTION:

Camden Harmony Grove at Horatio
Bismarck at Fouke
Centerpoint at Genoa Central
Smackover at Prescott

 7-2A CONFERENCE ACTION:

Dierks at Mineral Springs…..KNAS 105.5
Lafayette County at Foreman
Murfreesboro at Gurdon
Spring Hill at Mount Ida….KENA 104.1

 ELSEWHERE:

Dover at Mena…..KQOR 105.3

AND IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA:

Stilwell at Broken Bow
Seminole at Idabel
Valliant at Heavener

Friday Night Football Scores 9/28

5A South Conference:

Little Rock McClellan dominated De Queen 42-0
Texarkana Arkansas High outlasted Camden Fairview 27-12
Hope broke a 25 game losing streak against Hot Springs 26-20
Hot Springs Lakeside rolled over Magnolia 71-48

7-4A Conference:

Bauxite turned back Ashdown 59-21
Robinson romped on Arkadelphia 42-14
Nashville flew past Fountain Lake 58-14
Haskell Harmony Grove hammered Malvern 30-7

5 – 3A Conference:

Smackover shut out Horatio 56-0
Prescott pounded Bismarck 65-20
Centerpoint slipped past Fouke 14-8
Camden Harmony Grove clobbered Genoa Central 56-0

7 – 2A Conference:

Foreman defeated Dierks 46-0
Gurdon edged Mineral Springs 33-24
Lafayette County nipped Spring Hill in Overtime 20-12
Mount Ida manhandled Murfreesboro 59-6

Elsewhere:

Pottsville raced past Mena 32-14

And in Southeast Oklahoma:

Broken Bow bombed Hilldale in Muskogee 46-14
Idabel whipped Webster in Tulsa 70-12
Valliant walloped Wilburton 48-6

Little Rock McClellan Dominates De Queen 42-0

Little Rock McClellan, the 2017 Class 5A State Runners-up, looked like they are on a path for another state championship game appearance after dominating De Queen 42-0 in the Capitol City Friday night in action heard live on the Leopard Network – 102.1 The Good Path.

The Leopards trailed only 6-0 after the opening quarter, and had three drives stall with no points in McClellan territory. A 98 yard “pick six” by the Lions Jaylon Williams sparked McClellan as the Lions scored 30 points in the last 8:17 of the first half to take a 36-0 lead at intermission. The Lions cruised in the second half with the clock running continuously to the 42-0 victory.

The Leopards managed only 21 yards rushing against the bigger and faster Lions. Marquez Ester was held to 27 yards on 12 carries. Isaiah Williamson completed 10 of 18 passes for 79 yards. Mack Carver had four receptions for 41 yards. Adrian Mendoza was credited with nine stops to lead the tackle chart.

Our McDonalds Player of the Game was Senior Malik Beasley who went both ways for the Leopards. Beasley had two catches for 41 yards on offense, and Malik was credited with seven tackles on defense.

The Leopards fall to 1-4 on the season, and 1-1 in 5A South Conference play. De Queen hosts Hot Springs for homecoming Friday night. Queen Ashley Dykes and her court will be presented at 6:30. The Leopards and Trojans will tee it up at 7:00.

 

 

Ashdown 9th Grade Football

Ashdown 16 – Bauxite 6

De Queen High School Homecoming, October 5th

The De Queen High School Student Council announces the 2018 DHS Homecoming Court. The De Queen Leopards Football team will be playing their homecoming game against the Hot Springs Trojans on October 5, 2018. Homecoming festivities will kick-off with spirit week beginning on October 1 going through October 5.

Homecoming festivities will continue with a Homecoming Parade downtown at approximately 1:30 p.m. on October 5 themed “Once Upon a Homecoming”.  The parade will continue to the High School at approximately 2:00 p.m. An afternoon ceremony and pep rally will begin at approximately 2:30 p.m. in the De Queen High School Coliseum. Evening Homecoming ceremonies will begin at 6:30 pm at Leopard Stadium and the game will follow at 7:00 p.m.

Football Bearer Tate Collier and Crown Bearer Mia Lindsey

Front row: (left to right) Sr. Maid Antonette Worthey, Sr. Maid Rose Tinajero, Sr. Maid Katelyn McDougal, Sr. Maid Abby Dykes, Queen Ashley Dykes, Sr. Maid Nubia Buendia, Sr. Maid Bailey Ward, Sr. Maid Dania Castillo

2nd row: (left to right) Daniel Angeles, Jonny Buenrostro, Bryan Carrillo, Mack Carver, Adrian Mendoza, Colby Cowley, Quinshaun Bennett-Hale, Alexis Luna

3rd row: (left to right) Soph. Maid Edith Garcia, Soph. Maid Sara Victoriano, Sr. Maid Julie Gomez, Sr. Maid Pamela Delgado, Sr. Maid Dennise Tellez, Sr. Maid Marisol Gonzalez, Jr. Maid Ivette Gonzalez, Jr. Maid Valentina Munoz

4th row: (left to right) Miguel Trujillo, Jorge Soto, Malik Beasley, Edward Garcia, Jose Martinez, Hayden Harp, Randy Velazquez, Osiel Perez

 

 

ASHDOWN VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 9/25/18

3-2 Over Fountain Lake
25-21 Fountain Lake
26-24 Ashdown
25-19 Ashdown
25-20 Fountain Lake
15-9   Ashdown

SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE – 9/24 – 9/29

WEDNESDAY 7:00 – Catch On the Air with Chad Morris in this one hour show as the Hogs head football coach sets the stage for the Saturday matchup against Texas A & M.

FRIDAY – Six plus hours of the best high school football coverage on your radio dial begins at 5:30 on #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path when Jay Lindly visits with Foreman football coach Mark King about the Gators road trip to Dierks. At 5:45, Jay Lindly previews the Horatio at Smackover contest with Horatio coach Robert Collum.

At 6:00, it’s the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas High School Game Day Show as Brad Haworth previews all the action from around the Natural State.

At 6:30, 102.1 The Good Path, your official home for De Queen football, goes live to Little Rock for the De Queen at Little Rock McClellan contest at 7:00. Jay Bunyard, Shane Haarmeyer, and Toney Stowers will have all the exciting play-by-play coverage.

Meanwhile, #1 Country 92.1 also goes live to Jim Cross and Darrell Coker at Bauxite as the Panthers battle the Miners at 7:00.

At 10:00, catch all the scores and game reports from around the Natural State as Rex Nelson and Richard Atkinson host the two hour Arkansas Democrat Gazette High School Football Scoreboard Show.

The most comprehensive coverage of high school football on the airwaves with over six hours of coverage only on your #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path Friday nights.

SATURDAY – The Razorbacks travel to Arlington to battle the Texas A & M Aggies at AT & T Stadium at 11:00 A.M.. Airtime with Chuck Barrett, Quinn Grovey, and crew is set for 8:00 Saturday morning on your Southwest Arkansas Home for the Hogs – #1 Country 92.1.

 

Friday Night Football Schedule 9/28

5A South Conference:
De Queen at Little Rock McClellan….Live on 102.1 KILX
Camden Fairview at Texarkana Arkansas High
Hot Springs at Hope
Magnolia at Hot Springs Lakeside 

7-4A Conference:
Ashdown at Bauxite….Live on #1 Country 92.1
Robinson at Arkadelphia
Nashville at Fountain Lake….KMTB 99.5
Malvern at Haskell Harmony Grove 

5 – 3A Conference:
Horatio at Smackover
Prescott at Bismarck
Fouke at Centerpoint
Genoa Central at Camden Harmony Grove

7 – 2A Conference:
Foreman at Dierks…..KNAS 105.5
Gurdon at Mineral Springs
Spring Hill at Lafayette County
Mount Ida at Murfreesboro…KENA 104.1 

Elsewhere:
Mena at Pottsville….KQOR 105.3 

And in Southeast Oklahoma:
Broken Bow at Hilldale in Muskogee
Idabel at Webster in Tulsa
Wilburton at Valliant

 

De Queen Outlasts Hope 21-14 in Overtime

    “The wet conditions weren’t ideal to play in, but the De Queen Leopards enjoyed a festive celebration after outlasting Hope in overtime 21-14 Friday night at Leopard Stadium. The contest was tied at 14 after regulation. The Leopards won the coin toss and chose to begin overtime on defense. Adrian Mendoza and Malik Beasley stuffed the Hope quarterback on a fourth down sneak from the one yard line to keep the game tied at 14. The Leopards took over on offense at the ten yard line. After two running plays netted five yards, the winning score came on a five yard bootleg pass play from quarterback Isaiah Williamson to Mack Carver.

   Williamson, our McDonalds Player of the Game, threw for 112 yards and two touchdowns…. including the game winner in overtime.

    The Leopards led 14-7 at the half on a one yard run by Marquez Ester and a 70 yard bomb from Williamson to Carver. Hope had the only second half score to knot the game at 14, sending it into overtime.

Ester was the leading rusher for the Leopards with 81 yards on 23 carries. Weston Harp and Quinshawn Bennett paced the defense with ten tackles each. Harp and Kade Martin were credited with fumble recoveries.

With the hard fought victory, De Queen improves to 1-3 on the season. More importantly, the Leopards are 1 – 0 in 5A South Conference action as they prepare to travel to Little Rock McClellan Friday night.”

Friday Night Football Scores 9/21

5A South Conference:
De Queen outlasted Hope 21-14 in Overtime
Camden Fairview defeated Hot Springs Lakeside 38-26
Little Rock McClellan clobbered Hot Springs 36-7
Arkansas High of Texarkana hammered Magnolia 41-7


7-4A Conference:
Haskell Harmony Grove turned back Ashdown 36-20
Nashville slipped past Arkadelphia 28-23
Bauxite blasted Malvern 34-3
Robinson rolled over Fountain Lake 28-6 

5-3A Conference:
Horatio topped Genoa Central 27-17
Camden Harmony Grove bombed Bismarck 61-19
Smackover smacked Centerpoint 54-13
Prescott pounded Fouke 40-6 

7-2A Conference:
Gurdon shut out Dierks 22-0
Foreman blanked Spring Hill 39-0
Murfreesboro shut out Lafayette County 20-0
Mount Ida manhandled Mineral Springs 34-6 

Elsewhere:
Ozark blanked Mena 20-0
Broken Bow shut out Muldrow 48-0
Idabel whipped Okmulgee 30-12
Hugo slipped past Valliant 34-26

 

DQ at Hope Thursday Night Junior High 09/20/18

8th Grade: Hope 12 De Queen  6
9th Grade: Hope 28 De Queen  8

 

ASHDOWN PANTHERS FOOTBALL 09-22-18

Harmony Grove wins over Ashdown 20-36

 

ASHDOWN VOLLEYBALL SCORES   09-20-18

VARSITY

3-0 OVER LISA ACADEMY
25-6
25-6
25-9

ASHDOWN VOLLEYBALL SCORES   09-18-18

JV VOLLEYBALL 

2-1 OVER LIBERTY EYLAU

25-22 Ashdown

26-28 Liberty Eylau

15-12 Ashdown

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL

1-3 FALL TO LIBERTY EYLAU

17-25 Liberty Eylau

25-23 Ashdown

20-25 Liberty Eylau

13-25 Liberty Eylau

 

SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE – 9/17 – 9/22/18

WEDNESDAY 7:00 – Catch On the Air with Chad Morris in this one hour show as the Hogs head football coach sets the stage for the Saturday matchup at Auburn.

FRIDAY – Six plus hours of the best high school football coverage on your radio dial begins at 5:30 on #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path when Jay Lindly visits with Foreman football coach Mark King about the Gators road trip to Springhill. At 5:45, Jay Lindly previews the Horatio at Genoa Central contest with Horatio coach Robert Collum.

At 6:00, it’s the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas High School Game Day Show as Brad Haworth previews all the action from around the Natural State.

At 6:30, 102.1 The Good Path, your official home for De Queen football, goes live to Leopard Stadium for the Hope at De Queen contest at 7:00. Jay Bunyard, Shane Haarmeyer, and Toney Stowers will have all the exciting play-by-play coverage.

Meanwhile, #1 Country 92.1 also goes live to Jim Cross and Darrell Coker at Dick Hays Stadium in Ashdown as the Panthers host Haskell Harmony Grove at 7:00.

At 10:00, catch all the scores and game reports from around the Natural State as Rex Nelson and Richard Atkinson host the two hour Arkansas Democrat Gazette High School Football Scoreboard Show.

The most comprehensive coverage of high school football on the airwaves with over six hours of coverage only on your #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path Friday nights.

SATURDAY – The Razorbacks travel to Auburn to battle the Tigers at 6:30. Airtime with Chuck Barrett, Quinn Grovey, and crew is set for 3:30 Saturday on your Southwest Arkansas Home for the Hogs – #1 Country 92.1.

 

Friday Night Football Schedule 9/21/18

5A South Conference:
Hope at De Queen…..Live on 102.1 The Good Path
Hot Springs Lakeside at Camden Fairview
Little Rock McClellan at Hot Springs
Arkansas High of Texarkana at Magnolia 

7-4A Conference:

Haskell Harmony Grove at Ashdown…Live on #1 Country 92.1
Arkadelphia at Nashville….KMTB 99.5
Bauxite at Malvern
Fountain Lake at Robinson 

5-3A Conference:
Horatio at Genoa Central
Bismarck at Camden Harmony Grove
Smackover at Centerpoint
Prescott at Fouke 

7-2A Conference:
Dierks at Gurdon…..KNAS 105.5
Foreman at Spring Hill
Lafayette County at Murfreesboro
Mineral Springs at Mount Ida….KENA 104.1

Elsewhere:
Mena at Ozark….KQOR 105.3
Muldrow at Broken Bow
Idabel at Okmulgee
Wilburton at Valliant

Friday Night Football Scores  9/14/18

5A South Conference teams:
Prescott pounded Hope 46-13
Lake Hamilton hammered Hot Springs 42-7
Hot Springs Lakeside mauled Malvern 35-7
Little Rock McClellan blanked Little Rock Fair 52-0
Robinson rolled over Camden Fairview 41-12 

7-4A Conference teams:
Fountain Lake shut out Dover   35-0
Bald Knob outlasted Haskell Harmony Grove 34-24

5 – 3A Conference Teams:
Centerpoint whipped Mountain Pine 48-18
Glen Rose blanked Fouke 38-0
Spring Hill slipped past Genoa Central 16-6
Foreman shut out Horatio 34-0

7 – 2A Conference Teams:
Jessieville defeated Dierks 48-12
Gurdon edged Bearden 10-8
Mount Ida manhandled Magnet Cove 28-7
Poyen pounded Murfreesboro 60-22
Mineral Springs shut out England 35-0

And in Southeast Oklahoma:
Broken Bow dominated Durant 33-0 on Thursday night
Idabel outlasted Valliant 54-46

 

Ashdown

9th Grade Football
09-13-18:
34 Ashdown -20 Fountain Lake 

Ashdown Volleyball 09/13/18: 

9th Grade

Fountain Lake: 25      Us: 16

JV

Fountain Lake: 15       Us: 12

V

Fountain Lake: 15       Us: 8

Ashdown Volleyball Scores 09/10/18

7th
25-6 North Heights
25-20 North Heights

8th grade B team
19-17 Ashdown

8th Grade A team
27-25 North Heights
25-9 North Heights

9th
15-9 Ashdown

Friday Night Football Games  9/14/18

5A South Conference teams:
Hope travels to Prescott
Hot Springs hosts Lake Hamilton
Hot Springs Lakeside visits Malvern
Little Rock McClellan visits Little Rock Fair

7-4A Conference teams:
Fountain Lake travels to Dover
Haskell Harmony Grove entertains Bald Knob

5 – 3A Conference Teams:
Centerpoint travels to Mountain Pine
Fouke visits Glen Rose
Spring Hill travels to Genoa Central
Horatio visits Foreman

7 – 2A Conference Teams:
Dierks hosts Jessieville….Live on KNAS 105.5
Gurdon visits Bearden
Magnet Cove travels to Mount Ida…..Live on KENA 104.1
Murfreesboro visits Poyen

And in Southeast Oklahoma:
Broken Bow travels to Durant on Thursday night
Valliant visits Idabel Friday night

 

SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE – 9/10 – 9/15

WEDNESDAY 7:00 – Catch On the Air with Chad Morris in this one hour show as the Hogs head football coach sets the stage for the Saturday matchup against North Texas.

FRIDAY  – 5:30 on #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path when Jay Lindly visits with Foreman football coach Mark King about the Gators home game with Horatio. At 5:45, Jay Lindly previews Horatio at Foreman contest with Horatio football coach Robert Collum.

At 6:00, it’s the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas High School Game Day Show as Brad Haworth previews all the action from around the Natural State.

Both De Queen and Ashdown enjoy open dates this week. The Leopards and Panthers return to action on September 21st.

At 10:00, catch all the scores and game reports from around the Natural State as Rex Nelson and Richard Atkinson host the two hour Arkansas Democrat Gazette High School Football Scoreboard Show.

SATURDAY – The Razorbacks host the Mean Green from North Texas at 3:00. Airtime with Chuck Barrett, Quinn Grovey, and crew is set for 12:00 Noon Saturday on your Southwest Arkansas Home for the Hogs – #1 Country 92.1.

 

 

 

FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL SCORES  9/7/18

Nashville defeated De Queen 63-7
Ashdown hammered Hope 49-14

Elsewhere among 5A South Conference teams:
Mena shut out Hot Springs 19-0
Texas High turned back Arkansas High in Texarkana 43-35
Magnolia mauled Monticello 42-7
Little Rock McClellan slammed Sylvan Hills 34-14
Fountain Lake outscored Hot Springs Lakeside 40-27
Camden Fairview slipped past Hamburg in Overtime 25-19

Elsewhere among other 7-4A Conference teams:
Wynne won over Arkadelphia 35-28
Lake Hamilton smashed Malvern 56-10
Bauxite turned back Glen Rose 28-16

In Class 3A:
Murfreesboro won at Horatio 24-14

Elsewhere in Class 2A:
Mountain Pine rolled past Dierks 48-13
Haskell Harmony Grove gobbled up Gurdon 33-0
Mount Ida defeated Jessieville 21-6
Mineral Springs shut out Fouke 7-0

And in Southeast Oklahoma:
Idabel raced past Hugo 60-7
Valliant blanked Tishomingo 36-0

 

 

91st Meeting Goes to Nashville 63-7

Nashville scored early and often to turn back the De Queen Leopards 63-7 in the 91st meeting between the two schools Friday night (9/7) at Scrapper Stadium, in action you heard live on 102.1 The Good Path.

After falling behind 22-0, De Queen seized a little momentum on a 70 yard bomb from Isaiah Williamson to Hayden Harp to cut the lead to 22-7. The Leopards defense followed up with a “three and out” highlighted with a nine yard quarterback sack by Kade Martin and Malik Beasley. Following the Scrappers punt, De Queen drove to the Nashville 27 yard line where the drive stalled on downs. The Scrappers dominated the rest of the game, putting up 41 unanswered points to pull away.

Our McDonalds Player of the Game was Hayden Harp, who had three receptions for 95 yards and a touchdown. On defense, Harp was credited with six tackles and a pass deflection. Marquez Ester and Kade Martin led the tackle chart with seven stops each.

Williamson completed five of ten passes for 129 yards and a touchdown. The Leopards managed only a net three yards rushing on 26 attempts against an athletic Nashville defense.

After a 0-3 start in non-conference play, the Leopards enjoy an open date this week. De Queen will open up 5A South Conference action on September 14th when the Hope Bobcats come to Leopard Stadium.

 

ASHDOWN VOLLEYBALL

09/06/18

Last sets were:
9th
Harmony Grove: 25      Us: 6
JV
Harmony Grove:  17               Us:  25
V
Harmony Grove:17             Us:25

 

ASHDOWN VOLLEYBALL SCORES

09-04-18

9th grade 

DeKalb 25     Ashdown 17
Dekalb 24     Ashdown 26
DeKalb 12    Ashdown 15
JV 
2-0 over DeKalb
Varsity 
3-0 over DeKalb

 

Sports Broadcast Schedule    9/3-7

WEDNESDAY 7:00 – Catch On the Air with Chad Morris in this one hour show as the Hogs head football coach sets the stage for the Saturday matchup at Colorado State.

FRIDAY – Six plus hours of the best high school football coverage on your radio dial begins at 5:30 on #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path when Jay Lindly visits with Foreman football coach Mark King about the Gators home game with Parker’s Chapel. At 5:45, Jay Lindly previews the Murfreesboro at Horatio contest with Horatio football coach Robert Collum.

At 6:00, it’s the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas High School Game Day Show as Brad Haworth previews all the action from around the Natural State.

At 6:30, 102.1 The Good Path, your official home for De Queen football, goes live to Scrapper Stadium for the De Queen at Nashville contest at 7:30. Jay Bunyard, Shane Haarmeyer, and Toney Stowers will have all the exciting play-by-play coverage.

Meanwhile, #1 Country 92.1 also goes live to Jim Cross and Darryl Coker in Hope for the Panthers battle with the Bobcats at 7:30.

At 10:00, catch all the scores and game reports from around the Natural State as Rex Nelson and Richard Atkinson host the two hour Arkansas Democrat Gazette High School Football Scoreboard Show.

The most comprehensive coverage of high school football on the airwaves with over six hours of coverage only on your #1 Country 92.1 and on 102.1 The Good Path Friday nights.

SATURDAY – The Razorbacks travel to Colorado State to battle the Rams at 6:30. Airtime with Chuck Barrett, Quinn Grovey, and crew is set for 3:30 Saturday on your Southwest Arkansas Home for the Hogs – #1 Country 92.1.

Friday Night September 7th Football Games

De Queen at Nashville 7:30….Jay, Shane, and Toney have the call on your Official Leopards Station – 102.1 The Good Path.

Ashdown at Hope 7:30….catch the play-by-play with Jim and Darrell on #1 Country 92.1.

Elsewhere among 5A South Conference teams:
Hot Springs travels to Mena…live on KQOR 105.3
Arkansas High crosses the state line to battle Texas High
Magnolia travels to Monticello
Little Rock McClellan hosts Sylvan Hills
Hot Springs Lakeside entertains Fountain Lake

 Elsewhere among other 7-4A Conference teams:
Arkadelphia travels to Wynne
Malvern Visits Lake Hamilton
Bauxite travels to Glen Rose

In Class 3A:
Horatio hosts Murfreesboro

 Elsewhere in Class 2A:
Dierks entertains Mountain Pine…..Live on KNAS 105.5
Gurdon travels to Haskell Harmony Grove
Mount Ida travels to Jessieville….live on KENA 104.1
Mineral Springs hosts Fouke 

And in Southeast Oklahoma:
Idabel hosts Hugo
Valliant travels to Tishomingo

 

 

Ashdown Rallies Past De Queen 24-14

The Ashdown Panthers started fast and finished strong to defeat the De Queen Leopards 24-14 Friday night in the 72nd meeting between the two schools.

Ashdown moved 75 yards on three plays midway through the opening quarter to take a 6-0 lead on a 30 yard touchdown pass from Bradley Bearden to Mark Covington. After the Panthers defense sacked the quarterback and forced a fumble at the eight yard line, N.J. Williams extended the Ashdown lead to 12-0 in the first quarter on a three yard run.

De Queen battled back. Marquez Ester accounted for 60 yards on a 61 yard drive that was capped on a one yard run by Kade Martin to cut the Ashdown lead to 12-7.

After a Mack Carver interception at the Ashdown 37, Ester scored on a one yard run to put the Leopards up 14-12 at half.

The Leopards were driving in the third quarter when Ashdown’s Kameron Benton intercepted a jump pass intended for the tight end, and returned it 75 yards to give the Panthers an 18-14 lead. That play turned the game completely around. Ashdown’s Keamon Nutt capped the scoring on a 36 yard run.

Carver was named our De Queen McDonalds Player of the Game. Mack had three receptions for 53 yards. He was credited with two interceptions on defense, and also picked off a two point conversion attempt pass. Carver also was credited with seven tackles on defense, and a fumble recovery on special teams. Ester was the workhorse for the Leopards. Marquez rushed for 197 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries. Kade Martin led the tackle charts with 10.

Keamon Nutt was named the Farm Bureau Ashdown Player of the Game. Nutt rushed for 132 yards and a score on only nine carries. Linebacker Brett Bond was outstanding on defense with 18 tackles, and two pass deflections.

Ashdown, now 1-1, travels to Hope this week. De Queen, now 0-2, visits Nashville Friday night.

Friday Night August 31st Football Games

Ashdown rallied past De Queen 24-14
Elsewhere in the 5A South Conference:
Lake Hamilton slipped past Hot Springs Lakeside 31-27
Arkansas High of Texarkana turned back Liberty Eylau 20-6
Nashville hammered Hope 63-6
Magnolia shut out Crossett 24-0

Elsewhere in 7-4A:
Benton routed Arkadelphia 56-17
Joe T. Robinson raced past Rogers35-14
Glen Rose squeaked past Malvern 12-9
Prescott manhandled Mena 42-14 

In Class 3A:
Horatio defeated Dierks 39-6
Gurdon blanked Genoa Central 35-0

Elsewhere in Class 2A:
Mount Ida shut out Magazine 33-0
Centerpoint outlasted Murfreesboro 41-28
Mineral Springs mauled Mountain Pine 41-12 

And in Southeast Oklahoma:
Broken Bow crushed Idabel 57-0
Valliant beat Greenhill out of Addison, Texas 56-20

ASHDOWN VOLLEYBALL SCORES   8/27/18

8th Grade B team
25-6 North Heights

8th Grade A team
25-4 North Heights
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Enhanced Security Measures to Be Implemented at War Memorial Stadium
Clear Bags Will Now Be Mandatory at All Athletic Events

Little Rock, AR (August 28, 2018)

Following a false alarm at the Salt Bowl football game on Saturday at War Memorial Stadium, the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism has increased security measures for events at the facility.

ADPT has added these security measures:

•             A clear-bag policy for all athletic events.
•             Use of a security wand on all patrons entering the stadium.
•             A prohibition against loitering in the concourse.

War Memorial Stadium has been home to thousands of family friendly events over the decades. ADPT plans to continue that time honored tradition. However, the world has changed in the past few years, and increased security is a necessity.

“Our number one priority is safety,” said ADPT Executive Director Kane Webb. “At the same time, we want everyone who comes to War Memorial to feel comfortable and enjoy themselves. We believe that the clear bag policy and use of security wands will be the least invasive method to accomplish that goal, and can be implemented immediately. Going forward, we will continue to evaluate security measures and enhance them as necessary.”

An investigation into the incident at the Salt Bowl is ongoing. ADPT will keep the public updated as the investigation unfolds.

High School Football Scores – 8/20-24/18

Mena rallied past De Queen 28-14
Hamburg slipped past Ashdown 10-7
Tulsa Metro Christian edged Broken Bow 28-22
Nashville beat Watson Chapel by that identical score 28-22
Elsewhere in the 5A South Conference:
Little Rock McClellan shut out Pine Bluff Dollarway 55-0
Arkansas High of Texarkana outscored Shiloh Christian 54-38
Magnolia turned back McGehee 27-16
Elsewhere in the 7-4A Conference:
Springdale rolled past Robinson 48-28
Sylvan Hills edged Arkadelphia 16-14
Bauxite clobbered Conway Christian 49-12
And in Class 3A:
Haskell Harmony Grove hammered Centerpoint 38-2

Second Half Rally Propels Mena Past DQ 28-14

After trailing 14-6 at the half, the Mena Bearcats scored 22 unanswered points in the second half to defeat De Queen 28-14 Friday night in the 82nd meeting between the two schools at Leopard Stadium.

Marquez Ester scored both Leopard touchdowns in the second quarter on sprints covering 47 and 48 yards to put De Queen ahead at intermission 14-6.

But Mena sophomore quarterback Max Montgomery completed 10 of 12 passes for 207 yards and three touchdowns in the second half to rally the Bearcats. Meanwhile, the big Bearcat front seven on defense held the Leopards to just 62 yards in total offense in the second half.

Ester, our McDonalds Player of the Game, rushed for 137 yards on 19 carries. He also had an interception on defense. Adrian Mendoza led the tackle charts with ten.

The Leopards will try to re-group this week before hosting Ashdown Friday night in De Queen.

TYSON GRANNIS PLANT TAKES FIRST PLACE    08/07/18

The Men’s Softball Team from Tyson’s Grannis Plant took 1st place in the 36th Annual Tyson Foods Softball Tournament in Springdale, Arkansas on August 3rd thru 5th.   More than 800 members of the Tyson Foods family gathered in Northwest Arkansas where 48 total teams, competed, making it the largest corporate-sanctioned softball tournament in the United States. Congratulations to the Grannis Outlaws on their win.

Back Row- Left to Righ: Tony Tollett, Anthony Shelton, Jessie Sanchez, Avery Lamb, DeWayne John, Erick Lopez, Ted Ludlow-Coach
Front Row – Jason White, Jacob Pritchett-Coach, Brenden Ludlow, Cleve Ramsey, Jeremy Bagley, Chris Oglesby