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Arkadelphia beats Glen Rose 11-1

March 25, 2011

The Beavers dropped to 6-4 on the season Friday after losing 11-1 to Arkadelphia.

Glen Rose's lone run came in the second inning when sophomore Ethan Beard came home off a sacrifice fly. He had reached base on a single and stolen second base.

Glen Rose head coach Chase Meyers said, "We just couldn't put hits together, and we left a lot of runners stranded.

"I think we left people stranded just about every inning."
He said, "And, when we did get some people on base, they'd make a couple of good plays to retire the side."

Benton advances to tourney finals

March 25, 2011

BENTON — Benton broke a 5-5 tie with three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to eventually defeat Fayetteville 8-7 in the 2011 Central Arkansas Invitational Friday night.

“We got down early, and they hit the ball,” coach Mark Balisterri said. “They had seven hits in two innings and they scored five runs.

“I told the guys, ‘Look, if we are going to give up runs, early is when you want to give them up. This way you have a chance of fighting back.’”
“Just peck away and we don’t have to get it all back in one inning.”

Lady Hornets impress in Tennessee tournament

March 25, 2011

The Bryant Lady Hornets won two games Thursday in a tournament being held in Clarksville, Tenn.

Bryant head coach Debbie Clark said the trip was a bit of a hassle, trying to leave on a bus that wouldn’t start and eventually landing themselves in bumper-to-bumper traffic 100 miles outside of Nashville, which required a police escort for the Lady Hornets.

“It’s already been quite a trip,” she said.

However, the team arrived focused and ready to play, winning 6-3 against tournament host Clarksville High School and 15-1 against Clarskville Northwest.

Panthers top Sylvan Hills in first round

March 25, 2011

BENTON — It didn’t take long for Benton’s Joseph Henry to prove he belong in the line up after missing the first few games of the season. In fact, it just took one at bat.

With a runner on second and one out in the bottom of the first, Henry hit a home run to the opposite field to give Benton a 2-0 lead early in the game.

“Joseph has a lot of power and we are glad to have him back in the line up,” coach Mark Balisterri said. “He is definitely going to be a big plus for this team.”

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