Archive - Mar 2012
Mrs. Billie Mae (Murphy) Berry, 90, of Little Rock passed away March 25. She was born Sept. 19, 1921, in Arcadia, La., and was raised in Fordyce. She was retired from Dillardâ€™s Department Stores in Little Rock and a member of Trinity Assembly of God in Little Rock.
Billie was preceded in death by her parents, Banks and Sallie Murphy; her husband of 63 years, Elmer Jewel Berry; a son, Gerald Berry; two half-brothers, three infant grandsons,Â and one great-granddaughter, Presley Marie Haywood.
BRYANT â€“ The Bryant Lady Hornets got a no-hitter from senior pitcher Peyton Jenkins, two home runs from sophomore Kaley Coppock and continued their undefeated season getting a 10-0 victory over the Mount Saint Maryâ€™s Belles in 7A Central action on Tuesday at Lady Hornets Field.
â€śWe did what we were supposed to,â€ť Bryant Coach Debbie Clark said. â€śThis is a game that we should win. I told the girls after spring break that this is a game we have to come in and take care of business. Those are the games as a coach that you kind of get worried about, but the girls came and did their jobs.â€ť
HASKELL â€“ The Harmony Grove Lady Cardinalsâ€™ softball team continued their winning ways following spring break on Monday and Tuesday. On Monday, the Lady Cardinals opened up their conference season with a rout over Glen Rose, 10-3. Tuesday was a litter tougher when Harmony Grove met up against Perryville for a 1-0 win at home.