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  • Football camp awards announced

    The top award and contest winners for the third- through sixth-grade session of the Pioneer Traiblazer Football Camp at Batesville High School were presented Thursday.
    The top award-winners are: outstanding campers — fourth-grader Jake Antici, fifth-grader Aaron Denton and sixth-grader Jack Looney; and punt, pass and kick champions — fourth-grader Caleb Anderson, fifth-grader Grant Patterson and sixth-grader Blake Bogy.

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  • Hall of fame ceremony to include 3 local connections

    Something of a tripleheader for Batesville sports will happen Saturday at the Wyndham Riverfront Hotel in North Little Rock.
    Batesville High will receive the Lewis McCollum Gold Star School award, and Harold Wilson and Larry Rogers will be inducted into the Arkansas Track and Field Hall of Fame. The ceremony is to begin at 6:30 p.m.
    The McCollum Award recognizes schools that have fielded outstanding track and field and cross country teams over a period of years.

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  • Ark. wrestler collapses before match, later dies

    HARRISON (AP) — A professional wrestler who suffered a heart attack as he waited for a match to begin at the Northwest Arkansas District Fairgrounds has died at a Missouri hospital, authorities said Wednesday.
    Fellow wrestler Jason Jones told the Harrison Daily Times that Robert Dale Phipps, 39, of Harrison collapsed without warning Saturday evening as he waited in the ring for his opponent to enter. Jones said it was initially thought that Phipps suffered a stroke, but doctors said he had a heart attack, the newspaper reported Wednesday.

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  • Highwaymen roll on road; Bankers go 1-1 in Newport

    POCAHONTAS — The Atlas Asphalt Highwaymen improved to 3-1 here Wednesday night with a sweep over Pocahontas in a AAA American Legion doubleheader.
    After trailing 1-0 through three innings, the Highwaymen won the opener 6-2. They rolled to a 13-2, run-ruled 4-inning victory in the scheduled 5-inning nightcap.
    Pocahontas is a not a Zone 2 foe. The Highwaymen are scheduled to begin zone play on Saturday when they visit West Memphis. The first pitch of the doubleheader is scheduled for 4 p.m. Only the first game will count in the zone standings.

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  • Points races set for Friday night at Batesville Motor Speedway

    LOCUST GROVE — The Batesville Motor Speedway is scheduled to host points racing for all classes Friday night.
    Roger Witt, Shawn Walsh, Greg Waugh, Kevin Grizzle, Adam Maple and Drew Witt are the leaders.
    Witt holds a 20-point lead over Travis Ashley in the NeSmith Crate Late Model class.
    Walsh and Waugh are tied for the top spot in the IMCA Modified class with James Emerson just eight points back.
    A driver can earn a maximum of 50 points a night. The feature winner gets 40 points and each heat winner earns 10.

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  • Speed, strength tests at Midland start next week

    PLEASANT PLAINS — Speed and strength tests will be available to all Midland High male athletes, grades 7-12, next week, announced Coach Tim Pugh.
    The tests can be taken between 9 a.m. and noon, Monday through Friday. Pugh said the tests are for male athletes in all sports, not just football. Pugh was recently hired to coach Midland’s new football program.
    For more information, call Pugh at (501) 345-2610.

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  • AAA proposal merges 6A, 7A

    The Arkansas Activities Association on Tuesday voted 12-5 in favor of a proposal to merge the Class 6A and 7A classifications for the 2012-14 cycle, according to an article in today’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
    The proposal is one of nine the AAA-member schools will vote on during an Aug. 3 meeting in Little Rock.
    Another proposal would shift conferences for some Guard-circulation area schools. Cave City would leave the 4A-2 for the 4A-3 with Brookland, Gosnell, Highland, Westside Consolidated, Pocahontas, Trumann and Valley View.

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  • Bankers, Swampcats split key Legion doubleheader

    Batesville Citizens Bank handed Jonesboro Fat City Swampcats their first loss in the Zone 2 Junior American Legion standings, but the defending zone champions struck back.
    The Bankers collected a 13-10, come-from-behind victory in the opener. The Swampcats won the nightcap 11-3.
    In the opener, the Bankers had to rally twice.
    Down 4-0, things turned their way with two out in the fourth inning when Fat City first baseman Ethan Moore failed to handle a hard-hit ground ball by Zane Worsencroft. It was Fat City’s first error of the game.

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  • ‘Running with Dogs,’ set for July 9

    The Army National Guard Family Readiness Group 5K is scheduled for July 9 at Lyon College, according to a news release.
    Registration for the annual event, nicknamed “Running with the Dogs,” will be from 6:30-7:30 a.m. the day of the race. Runners can also save $5 by preregistering before June 23. The early registration fees are $15 for adults and $10 for students.
    Tee shirts will be given to all preregistered participants and will be on a given to race day registrants on a “while supplies last” basis.

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  • Tim Crossen wins on Newport strip

    NEWPORT — Tracy Crossen had the fastest car Sunday at Speedy’s Newport Raceway.
    Crossen won the “all run” competition which blended cars from the street, foot brake and super pro divisions.
    Nikki Rutherford finished second and Gary Spicer third.
    Dylan Massey won the junior dragster division, holding off Hannah Hodge.

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  • ‘Katz hosting football camp

    MELBOURNE — Melbourne High School is hosting a football camp for students entering grades three through seven next week, according to a news release from Coach Clayton McWilliams.
    The morning camp runs from 8 until 11, Monday through Wednesday, and will be conducted on the high school field.
    The cost is $55 per camper. Registration forms can be printed at the school’s website: http:/bearkatz.k12.ar.us
    For more information, call McWilliams at (870) 612-0017.

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  • Mirror Lake Fish Derby set for Saturday

    MOUNTAIN VIEW — Mirror Lake will be closed from noon Thursday through noon Saturday in order to set up and host a fishing derby for children Saturday morning, said Tony Guinn of the Sylamore Ranger District.
    The fishing derby is a free event for children ages 4 through 12.
    Registration will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday at the accessible parking area on the north end of the lake.
    “Children must be registered to be entered into the prize raffle,” said Guinn. “They also must be accompanied by a responsible adult.”

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