Archive - 2011 - Sports Article
The Bryant Freshman Hornets football team defeated Little Rock Catholic Rocketsâ€™ freshman team 36-22 on Thursday at Bryant Stadium, but the game wasnâ€™t without drama. Bryant remained undefeated improving to 7-0 record, but after getting up 22-0, Catholic charged back to tie it 22-22 before the half.
â€śThey had a chance to beat us,â€ť Bryant Coach Kenny Horn said. â€śFortunately our guys came through at the end.â€ť
The Bauxite Miners have hit a bit of a road block over the past five weeks. What seemed like a promising year in week one has turned into a nightmare over the course of only five games.
The Miners torched their arch rivals from Glen Rose at â€śThe Pitâ€ť in week one, beating them 26-7. Since then, the Miners have been outscored 170-72 with their most recent loss coming last week at the hands of Robinson, 51-29.
The Benton Lady Panther volleyball team swept Texarkana 3-0 (25-22, 25-17, 25-20) Tuesday night to move into second place in the 6A South Conference.
â€ś[Texarkana] is a very good team,â€ť coach Brandy Chumley said. â€śBut we played really well and we passed the ball well and played very well.â€ť
In game one, Benton had 11 kills including six from junior Emily Morgan. Senior Hayley Ferguson had two, junior Alex Williams, senior Kristen Ryan and sophomore Allison Reynolds all had one kill.
Williams also had an ace.
The Bryant Hornets boys and girls tennis team competed in the 7A Central conference tournament on Monday at Burns Park Tennis Center, but the Hornets could not advance a player to the semifinals held today.
In girls singles play, senior Callie Hogancamp defeated Meg Bumpers 6-3, 6-1 of Mount St. Maryâ€™s in the first round, and sophomore Whitney Butler beat Emma Baird of Cabot 6-3, 6-2 in the first round as well.