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The Russellville Lady Cyclones 20-game win streak which dated back to 2013 came to an end on Friday in the first game of the 2014 Alan Jones Super Prep Round Robin Series hosted at Ballard High School.
The Lamar Warriors swept the Danville Little Johns in a doubleheader on Tuesday.
The Norfork Panthers scored the game's first nine runs and held off a late offensive surge by Calico Rock in posting a 9-4, 1A-2 North victory over the Pirates on Thursday at Earl King Memorial Park.
The Hector Lady Wildcats run-ruled the Conway Saint Joseph Lady Eagles in 3A-4 Conference softball on Tuesday.
With their final 4A-4 Conference game looming, Dover Lady Pirates head coach Greg Smith was happy to see his team step up to the plate and hit the ball during Thursday's 13-3 win over the Western Yell County Lady Wolverines.
The Yellville-Summit Panthers improved to 3-1 in the 3A-1 East Conference race with a 4-1 victory over the Flippin Bobcats on Tuesday at Yellville City Park.
Russellville Lady Cyclones head softball coach Harley Sisson wants to win when it counts.
The Badger baseball and softball teams played host to the Wynne Yellowjackets in Conference double headers on Wednesday, April 9th - " here is a run down of all the action:In boys action: In the 1st game the Badgers - " behind the fine pitching of Angus Denton, who struck out 12 Yellowjackets in a complete game - " won 4 - "1.
The Viola Lady Longhorns erupted for 14 hits over six at-bats and improved to 6-0 in the 1A-2 North Conference with an 11-4 victory over the visiting Izard County Lady Cougars on Wednesday at Viola City Park.
Conway took over sole possession of second place in the 7A/6A Central baseball race Tuesday with a 13-4 romp over Russellville at Wampus Cat Field.
Nearly a dozen student athletes from around the area made their commitments official as they signed national letters of intent to continue their playing career.
STAFF PHOTO JASON IVESTER Jose Pina, right, of Rogers Heritage tries to get past the tackle attempt from Springdale's Bryan Lemus during the first half on Tuesday at Rogers Heritage.
Rogers High softball coach Mike Harper had some simple instructions for Emily Kinney before the start of the bottom of the seventh inning against Rogers Heritage in a 7A/6A-West Conference game Tuesday.
For the second straight game Mountain Home put on a seventh-inning rally, but this time the Bombers fell short in a 3-2 loss to the Jonesboro Hurricane in the nightcap of a 7A/6A-East doubleheader Tuesday at Lester White Field.
Pinch-runner Brett Hensley sprinted home on a wild pitch in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Mountain Home Bombers rallied for a 4-3 win over the Jonesboro Hurricane in the opening game of a 7A/6A-East doubleheader Tuesday at Lester White Field.