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April 1st, 2014
Glen Rose junior Aimee Wright represented Arkansas well at the 2014 USAW Girls Folkstyle Nationals over the weekend, coming away with a third-place finish in the 18U division.
The Final Four is now set and no matter which match-up or potential match-up you look at, there is a story behind it.
On Saturday, Bismarck High School hosted a baseball jamboree, but because of some weather and travel concerns, the event did not go quite as scheduled.
Now that the 2013-2014 Arkansas Razorback basketball season is over, we can look back and fully access Mike Andersonâ€™s performance in his third year as the Head Hog.
Since the 1950s, the Malvern Little League has provided kids in the Hot Spring County area a place to play baseball, and it is difficult to find someone who has not been affiliated with the Little League in some shape or form.
1944 â€” St. John's, coached by Joe Lapchick, cruises by DePaul 47-39 to become the first back-to-back winner of the National Invitation Tournament.
Kayla Williamsâ€™ bunt single in the bottom of the ninth inning propelled Henderson State to a double-header sweep of Ouachita Baptist in the Southern Bancorp Battle of the Ravine, Tuesday at Dee White Field in Arkadelphia.
On Friday, the Ouachita Warriors baseball team hosted the Bismarck Lions in the Herb Russell Tournament and came away with a 10-0 shutout win in five innings of play.
Logan Kirksey, 5, (center), along with his mother, Carrie Sexton, receive a donation of $325 raised by his Hot Spring County Dubmankinâ€™s Badboyz baseball teammates (Dante Reed, Malaki Asher and Kinnin Dobbs). Logan was diagnosed with Ewingâ€™s Sarcoma on Feb. 7 of this year. He is undergoing 14 months of chemotherapy treatment at Arkansas Childrenâ€™s Hospital in Little Rock. (Photo submitted)
The first weekend of the NCAA Tournament is in the books â€” how does your bracket look?