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7 runs in 7th lifts Mayflower past Harmony Grove 14-6

April 8, 2011

HASKELL — After tying the game at 6-6 in the bottom of the fifth inning, it had appeared the Harmony Grove Cardinals had all the momentum. However, it would not be the case as Mayflower came out swinging, scoring a run in the sixth and seven in the seventh inning to defeat the Cardinals 14-6 at home Friday night.

“We are inconsistent,” Harmony Grove coach Brandon Kelly said. “As a coach, you can put them in a position to win and as players you can put themselves in a position to win, but if you don’t take care of business and get it done, then bad things happen.

Bauxite Miners beat De Queen 7-4 at home

April 8, 2011

BAUXITE — With timely defense and good base running, the Bauxite Miners beat De Queen 7-4 Friday.

The Lady Miners, however, lost 15-0 in four innings after giving up 11 in the first, three in the second and one in the fourth, never scoring once themselves and dropping down to a 6-7 overall record and 1-2 in 4A-7 Conference play.

Bauxite baseball head coach Michael Mattox said his team’s win, which took them to 10-8 overall and 2-2 in 4A-7 play, was “huge.”

“We really needed that,” he said.

Lady Miners fall to Watson Chapel

April 8, 2011

Although the first part of the game Thursday was close, eventually Watson Chapel pulled away from Bauxite.

At the end of five innings, Watson Chapel was ahead four runs, 14-8, but scored two in the sixth and six in the seventh to win 20-8.

“They won by a couple of touchdowns,” Bauxite head coach Wes Mode said. “Still, I was really pleased with our hitting, but I was disappointed in our defense.”

Lady Hornet signs letter of intent

April 8, 2011

Bryant senior Abbi Stearns signed a letter of intent Thursday to attend and play basketball for Central Baptist College in Conway.

Stearns has been a member of the Bryant varsity team for the past three years and started the past two. She said playing for the Lady Hornets has been a “real experience.”

Last week, Stearns was named to the 2011 7A Central All-Conference Team, which she also made last year as a junior. As this year’s lone senior, she led the Lady Hornets in rebounds, averaging eight per game. She led the team in rebounds as a junior, too.

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