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  • Box to be inducted into hall of fame

    Former Batesville High Coach Ted Box is one of four who will be inducted into the Rector High School Sports Hall of Fame here Saturday afternoon, according to Owen B. Moseley, one of the hall’s committee members.
    Box will be joined by Lavaughn Robertson, a former basketball star at Rector and Lyon College, Randy Rogers, who is best known for his baseball days at Rector, Arkansas State and in the minor leagues, and Gary McClure, another Rector basketball star.

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  • Southerners plan to end winless streak

    Southside Southerner Coach Kenny Simpson hopes the seniors on his squad can notch their first varsity win Friday when his team hosts the Cedar Ridge Timberwolves.
    “The kids are tired of hearing about how they have never won a game,” Simpson said. “We want to start a new streak. We want it to be 1-0.”
    The T-wolves won last year’s matchup 38-36.
    “We got ahead of them pretty quick,” said T-wolves Head Coach Todd Lovell. “They started making a charge in the second half, but we were able to hold them off. We are expecting them (Southside) to be pretty good this year.”

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  • New Newport coach points to defense as best indicator

    No wonder Newport’s rookie head coach hinted that how the Greyhound defense performs Friday night in Pioneer Stadium may be the best early indicator of the team’s progress.
    One, Coach Jeromy Poole’s background is defense. He and Kenneth Chick were co-defensive coordinators for the Greenwood Bulldogs, the Class 5A state champions last fall. That championship run was their fourth in six years and Poole played a role in three.

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  • Juniors to open against old ’Hounds with new tricks

    The Batesville Junior High Pioneers will get their first up-close glimpse at the new look of an old rival Thursday night at Greyhound Field in Newport.
    Traditionally, the Greypups have featured a run-oriented offense and man-to-man coverage on defense, but things changed drastically during the off-season. The hiring of Jeromy Poole to lead the high school squad has led to new schemes being implemented on both teams.

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  • Cedar Ridge, Melbourne juniors to square off against more-experienced squads in openers

    The Cedar Ridge Junior Timberwolves will face a dilemma in their season-opening football game Thursday night when they visit the Walnut Ridge Junior Bobcats.
    To win against a team with superior experience, size and speed, they will have to take some chances and, at the same time, not give up the big play, said Cedar Ridge Coach Joey Nelson.
    “They’re big, fast and strong, so we’re going to have to gang tackle, wrap up and make sure tackles,” he said. “We’re also going to have get into the backfield and try to cause some problems.”

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  • Pirates, Cougars win golf matches

    FAIRFIELD BAY — The Concord Pirates won a triangular high school golf match here Tuesday, defeating squads from Shirley and Cave City on the Mountain Ranch Course.
    Led by Cameron Reesor’s medal-winning 5-over-par 41 for nine holes, the Pirates notched a 14-stroke win over the Shirley Blue Devils. The Cave City Cavemen finished another 23 strokes back.
    The Pirates’ winning team score of 137 came from Reesor and Ryan Cornelison and A.J. Cannon, who each shot 48’s. Luke Cornett’s 50 did not count.

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  • Pioneers strike back with golf win

    One day later, the Batesville Pioneers defeated the same golf team that beat them by 32 strokes in Wynne.
    On The Course at Eagle Mountain, their home course, the Pioneers edged the Wynne Yellowjackets 189-190 in a 9-hole match.
    Playing the front nine, Batesville junior Thomas Walton shot a 7-over-par 43. Hunter Freiert followed with a 48. Hayden Cockrill and Sumner Barnes carded 49s to complete the team total.
    Wynne was led by Paul Smith’s medal-winning 40. Charlie Roberts (49), Carson Stewart (50) and Dylan Thompson (51) finished the scoring.

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  • BHS volleyball keeps on rolling

    BEEBE — The Batesville Lady Pioneers remained unbeaten and, more importantly, got off to a good start in 5A-Central Conference play here Tuesday night with a 3-0 victory over the Beebe Lady Badgers.
    The game scores were 25-10, 25-11, 25-22.
    “Conference opener, on the road and we went out and played well and took advantage of it,” Batesville Coach Tanya Haigwood said. “We made another small change, moving Jayme (Shell) to a back row hitting position and she did well.”

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  • Southside tops Cave City

    SOUTHSIDE — The Southside Lady Southerners defended their home court and improved to 5-2 for the season by defeating the Cave City Cavewomen in three straight sets here Tuesday.
    Southside Head Coach David Shilkitus was impressed by his team’s “strictly business” approach to the match.
    “I like what I saw from us tonight,” Shilkitus said. “At times we seem to struggle with distraction, but tonight the whole team seemed focused on the task at hand. We hit 72 of 73 serves and played our style of game from start to finish.”

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  • Lyon match change includes no charge

    Lyon College Coach Ray Green announced Monday afternoon that no admission will be charged for tonight’s home volleyball match with Harding.
    The first serve in Becknell Gym is set for 7.
    The match was originally listed as an exhibition and admission would have been charged, but the NCAA does not allow that, so it will be recorded as a scrimmage.

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  • Wynne golfers roll past Pioneers

    WYNNE — Led by Paul Smith’s 1-under-par 69, the Wynne Yellowjackets rolled to a 32-stroke victory over the Batesville Pioneers in a high school dual match at the Wynne Country Club on Monday.
    Dylan Thomas added a 74, Carson Stewart an 83 and Charlie Roberts an 85 for Wynne’s team score of 311.
    Thomas Walton shot a 78 to lead the Pioneers. Hayden Cockrill’s 85, Sumner Barnes’ 87 and Hunter Freiert’s 93 brought Batesville’s team total to 343.

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  • Tickets for BHS-Newport game available at high school office

    Tickets for Friday night’s season-opening Batesville-Newport football game in Pioneer Stadium can be purchased in advance at the Batesville High School office, 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m., according to Dave King, head football coach and athletic director.
    Single ticket prices are $4 (students) and $5 (adults).

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