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Bryant withstands pressure

December 3, 2012

The Bryant Lady Hornets overcame 19 turnovers to defeat the Maumelle Lady Hornets 39-27 in the second round of the OrthoArkansas Tournament at Central Arkansas Christian on Friday night. The Lady Hornets played well defensively, holding Maumelle to just 22 percent shooting, while hitting double that, 44 percent.
"We executed in spurts," Bryant Coach Brad Matthews said. "You still have to be able to execute with the pressure and getting into the passing lanes. I'm proud of our kids. They have some good talent over there."

Panthers cruise again

December 3, 2012

Benton Panther junior forward Josh Bowling scored 34 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Panthers' 74-54 victory over the Wynne Yellowjackets on Friday night in the Searcy Bank Classic. Benton defeated Greenbrier 66-41 in the first round on Thursday.
The Panthers (4-0) also shot 29 of 33 from the free-throw line and led 31-18 at the half.
"The kids did a good job of getting the ball in to him," Benton Coach Chris Nail said of the Panthers finding Bowling. "[Wynne] played a 1-2-2 zone and the middle was open. He hurt them in the middle of the zone."

Hornets hold on

December 3, 2012

The Bryant Hornets improved to 4-0 with a 57-53 victory over the Maumelle Hornets in the second round of the OrthoArkansas Tournament at Central Arkansas Christian High School on Friday.
The Hornets led 32-22 at the half, but Maumelle got within 36-30 after Kendall Donnerson got an offensive rebound and put back. Senior Hornet guard CJ Rainey responded with a layup while fouled and hit the free throw to push the lead back to nine.

Lady Panthers rout in 2nd round

December 3, 2012

SEARCY – After an ugly 37-28 opening-round win over Batesville in the Searcy Bank Classic, the Benton Lady Panthers cleaned their play up to destroy the Wynne Lady Jackets 54-26 in the second round on Friday night. Benton committed 22 turnovers against Batesville, but came out with more energy on Friday night.
"We played with a lot more enthusiasm and a lot more urgency," Benton Coach Jerry Chumley said. "We jumped on them. By far our best quarter of scoring. We were ready to play."

Benton woman inducted as Fellow in American Academy of Nursing

December 3, 2012

Dr. Cheryl Schmidt was recently inducted as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing in a ceremony conducted in Washington, D.C.
Schmidt's sponsors described her as "a contemporary pioneer in preparation for disasters."
In her role as the national lead and subject matter expert for nursing education for the American Red Cross, Dr. Schmidt led a team of Red Cross colleagues in developing and pilot-testing a web-enhanced course that can be taught in any nursing program to prepare nursing students to serve as volunteers in Red Cross disaster shelters.

Police captain retires after 30-plus years of service

December 3, 2012

There weren't many dry eyes when Benton Police Captain Roger Gaither said his goodbyes on Friday at Benton Municipal Complex.
At least in the public eye, the 33-year law enforcement veteran isn't known for showing emotion. But as he approached the podium to say a few words, the 55-year-old Gaither could no longer hold back the tears.

Catherine Stewart Buttrum Young

December 3, 2012

Catherine Stewart Buttrum Young, 59, passed away on Saturday, Dec. 1, at her home in Benton.
Catherine "Cathy" was born Jan. 21, 1953, in Little Rock to the late Floyd Mitchell Buttrum and Catherine Stewart Buttrum. She was a 1971 graduate of Hall High School and a 1975 graduate of Louisiana Tech University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting.

Michael Anthony Mello Sr.

December 3, 2012

Michael Anthony Mello Sr., 60, of Benton passed away Sunday, Dec. 2.  He was born Oct. 31, 1952, in Whittier, Calif. 
Michael was a truck driver and enjoyed riding his Harley. 
He was preceded in death by his father, Alvin Joseph Mello Sr.; a on, Shane Mello; a brother, Anthony Mello; and a sister, Mary Fatima.
He is survived by two sons, Nicolaus Mello and Michael Mello Jr.; a daughter, Lindsay Kruizenga; his mother, Mabel Gonsalves; a brother, Alvin Mello Jr.; two sisters, Christina Cardenas and Brenda Mello; and four grandchildren.

Lydia Faith Robinson

December 3, 2012

Lydia Faith Robinson, 51, of Benton died Friday, Nov. 30, at St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center in Little Rock.
She was born Jan. 28, 1961, in Bryant to Johnny and Peggy Wallace.
Faith was employed at Kroger in Benton, where she worked as a clerk for around six years. She will be missed by many friends and loved ones for her friendliness and willingness to help others. She loved sports and fellowship with her church family and friends. She always put others before herself and will be greatly missed.
Faith was preceded in death by her parents, Johnny and Peggy Wallace.

John Harmon Manasco Jr.

December 3, 2012

John Harmon Manasco Jr., 57, of Benton, left this world as we know it on Wednesday, Nov. 28, to go hunting forever and a day. He was born June 21, 1955.
John was preceded in death by his mother, Della Easley; and his brothers, Larry Van Pelt and David Manasco.

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