CAVE CITY — Travis Galloway and Briggs Carlton teamed to catch five bass totaling 11.25 pounds to win Saturday’s Cave City Bass Club tournament on Greers Ferry Lake, tournament director Ron Watkins said.
Brandon Duncan and Donald Duncan came in second with four bass totaling 8.15 pounds.
Brandon Duncan caught the biggest bass of the day. It weighed 3.10 pounds.
Twenty anglers competed.
The next tournament is a July 24 night event at Crown Lake out of Box Hound Ramp. Fishing starts at 7 p.m. and weigh-in is at 1 the following morning.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed endangered status for the Cumberland darter, rush darter, yellowcheek darter, chucky madtom and laurel dace.
The yellowcheek darter lives in Arkansas and the chucky madtom and laurel dace in Tennessee.
In Tuesday’s Guard, incorrect results were reported on the Ms. Wheelchair Arkansas 5K.
Rusty Staggs won the overall male championship with a time of 19 minutes, 11.52 seconds. He was followed by Jacob Praught (19:37:33) and Shannon Box (20:14.97).
Also, the 30- to 39-year-old male division winner was Brian Yeager (22:42.14).
FAYETTEVILLE — Thanks to softball, the Easterners increased their lead in the annual Arkansas High School Coaches Association East-West All-Star Games here Wednesday.
The East softballers swept the West, winning 4-3 and 5-4 at Bogle Park on the University of Arkansas campus.
Meanwhile, over at Barnhill Arena, the West volleyballers defeated the East 25-13, 26-24, 20-25, 25-22, 15-9.
FAYETTEVILLE — Cave City Coach Jon Bradley and two Cavemen have been in Fayetteville all week in preparation for the Arkansas High School Coaches Association All-Star Classic football game on Friday night.
The two Cavemen are Tyler Engleman and Thamail Morgan. Engleman is still nursing an injury suffered in week seven of the season and has not been medically released to play. He will serve as a manager.
Gary McDonald, Matt McDonald, Rodney Griffin and Chip Rayford teamed to win the White River Health System Foundation Golf Classic at The Course at Eagle Mountain on Saturday, according to a new release from White River Medical Center.
Other results for the 4-person scramble were not provided.
WYNNE — The Batesville Medical Park Orthopaedic Clinic Doctors split a Junior American Legion baseball doubleheader with Wynne here Wednesday.
Trailing 5-1, the home team struck for five runs in the fifth inning and held on for a 6-1 win in the opener.
The Doctors dominated the nightcap, winning 11-5.
In the opener, Tyler Callahan was the losing pitcher, and Batesville’s Luke Tate doubled and Ryan Coles added two singles.
LOCUST GROVE — The Batesville Motor Speedway is hosting the United Way Carload Night on Friday.
For $20, fans can load as many people as possible in their car, truck, van, etc. and receive general admission tickets for everyone in the vehicle. Half of that $20 will be donated to the United Way.
On the lineup Friday night is points racing in the NeSmith Late Models, IMCA Modifieds, factory stock and front-wheel drive divisions. The street stock division has the night off.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Jackie Bradley and Adrian Morales homered during an 8-run second inning that propelled South Carolina to an 11-4 victory over No. 1 national seed Arizona State on Tuesday, knocking the Sun Devils out of the College World Series.
The Gamecocks (49-16) play either Oklahoma or Clemson on Thursday in another elimination game. Those teams started a winners bracket game Tuesday night but it was suspended after a 32-minute weather delay with Clemson leading 6-1 in the top of the sixth. The game was scheduled to resume at 3:30 today.
We will see if it tips the scales for two more victories, but a couple of coaches and players say the East All-Star basketball teams are showing good balance as they prepare for games Thursday in Fayetteville.
“Overall, we’re fairly well balanced,” Coach Chad LaRose said.
LaRose, a Batesville High graduate, directs the girls basketball team at Bay and is an assistant for the East squad.
That squad includes Farrah Turner, a 3-time all-state guard for Midland High School and a Lyon College signee.
CABOT — The Concord Pirates 10-and-under softball team won the Arkansas Softball Association’s state championship here Saturday.
The 2-day tournament began with a victory over the Pine Bluff Prowlers on Friday night. On Saturday, the Pirates defeated the Sheridan Grasshoppers, Fort Smith Crossfires and Mountain View Yellowjackets.
In the championship game, Concord beat Sheridan again.
The Pirates were undefeated throughout the tournament. Scores of the contests were not provided.