Archive - Sep 15, 2011
Horace H. Rutherford Jr., 83, of Bryant, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Sept. 14, after a lengthy illness.Â He was born May 9, 1928 in Fairview, to Horace H. Rutherford Sr. and Maybelle Gilliam Rutherford.Â Mr. Rutherford is a veteran of World War II, where he served in the South Pacific.Â He was a builder and general contractor almost all of his life.Â When healthy, he served in many positions in the church and performed numerous community services and volunteer work.Â Mr.
The Bryant Hornets and Lady Hornetsâ tennis team had a rough time with Mount St. Maryâs Belles and the Little Rock Catholic Rockets on Tuesday at Rebsamen Tennis Center in Little Rock.
The Lady Hornets took home one win in singlesâ play and were swept in doubles play, while the Hornets won just one set for the Boysâ 1 and 2 matches, getting swept in both singles and doubles play.
Sophomore Whitney Butler picked up Bryantâs only win, defeating Samantha Cook 8-3 in Girls 2 singles. Senior Callie Hogancamp lost to Mary Menz 4-8 in Girls 1 singles.
The Benton Panther boys tennis team was able to win three out of five matches against El Dorado and Little Rock McClellan Tuesday night at Tyndall Park in Benton.
Benton senior Eric Emmons lost to El Doradoâs Taylor Thomas 6-8 and senior Austin Willis defeated Drew Hazen 8-5.
Sophomore Trey Young lost to El Doradoâs Lawson Smith 3-6 and freshman Morgan Smith defeated McClellanâs Justin Washington 8-5. Senior Nathan Perry defeated El Doradoâs Thomas 6-1.
âWe had kind of a rough day,â coach Justin Warner said. âIt was probably the roughest day weâve had since the season started.â