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Archive - Dec 18, 2012

Benton Cheerleaders win Championship

December 18, 2012

The Benton High School cheerleaders won the class 6A state championship on Saturday, Dec. 15, at Summit Arena in Hot Springs. Benton also came in first place in the Tiger City Classic in Arkadelphia on Dec. 8, took first in the Arkansas Cheer Coaches Association Competition in Mayflower on Dec. 1 in Mayflower, took first in the Benton Invitational on Nov. 17 ant were first-place finishers in the Bauxite Invitational on Nov. 10. Sheridan was first-runner up in 6A at the state championship and Bryant tied Van Buren for first-runner up in the 5A-7A Coed Division.

Benton gets back on track with rout of Hot Springs

December 18, 2012

HOT SPRINGS – The Benton Panthers took care of business on the road with a 78-47 victory over the Hot Springs Trojans Monday night in Hot Springs.
Senior point guard Bryan Torres scored a season-high 18 points, hitting 3 of 6 from 3-point range and 5 of 5 from the free-throw line to pace the Panthers.
“I thought Bryan Torres played his best game of the year,” Benton Coach Chris Nail said. “He shot the ball real well last night.”

Lady Panthers fall in close contest

December 18, 2012

HOT SPRINGS – After starting out in an 11-0 hole to begin the game, the Benton Lady Panthers fought back, but fell 49-47 to the Hot Springs Lady Trojans on Monday night in Hot Springs.
Tied at 47-47, Lady Trojan Berniezha Tidwell hit a 7-foot runner with four seconds remaining. After a timeout, the Lady Panthers set up a play, but couldn’t get a shot off to fall to 6-3 on the season.

GUEST EDITORIAL: God was there at Sandy Hook

December 18, 2012

I have heard the statement that we have taken God out of schools, so why should we be surprised when Evil knocks down the door to our schools.

God is in our schools, he just isn’t “hanging on our walls”. Laws may have taken prayers out of the morning announcements, but no one has taken prayer out of the school.

A church isn’t a church because it has a cross hanging on the walls. It takes people to make a church.

The school in Connecticut had God inside those bullet-ridden walls; those blood stains on the floors were from people that proved that God was there.

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