Archive - Mar 21, 2011
Cleo Elizabeth Hays Lawson, 90, went home to be with her Lord Sunday, morning March 20, 2011, at the Arkansas Hospice at St. Josephâ€™s Hospital in Hot Springs.
â€śMimiâ€ť, as she was lovingly named by her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, was born in Gravel Hill in White County on Dec. 29, 1920. She was the third child of Edward and Flossie Hays. Cleo and her husband Vestil were married Sept. 17, 1938.
Head coach Kirk Bock and his Bryant Hornets will be in sunny Florida this week for spring break, playing in a tournament outside of Orlando.
But the trip wonâ€™t be all fun and games.
The defending 7A State Champions are looking to iron out some bad habits before getting into the thick of the season.
Bryant (6-2, 2-0) arrived Monday in Sanford, Fla., after leaving from Pine Bluff, where they lost to Watson Chapel 9-8 in the finals of the Billy Bock Classic on Saturday.
WICHITA, Kan. â€” It had been so long since Wisconsin-Green Bay had to win a close game, coach Matt Bollant tried to simulate tight late-game situations for the Phoenix in practices leading up to the NCAA tournament.
The Phoenix showed Sunday they havenâ€™t forgotten how to come through in the clutch. Kayla Tetschlag scored 24 points and fifth-seeded Green Bay extended its winning streak to 21 games, beating Arkansas-Little Rock 59-55 in the first round.