Archive - Dec 2012 - Sports Article
BAUXITE â€“ The Bauxite Lady Miners started 7-4A conference play right with a 52-41 win over the Nashville Lady Scrappers on Tuesday night at Fred Dawson Gym in Bauxite. A slow first half led to a stagnant game early, but the Lady Miners woke up in the second half.
Bauxite (8-4, 1-0 7-4A) jumped to a 10-2 lead to begin the game, but the Lady Scrappers scrapped their way back to make it a 13-8 Nashville deficit at the end of one. The Lady Miners would go into a lull in the second quarter getting outscored 10-5 resulting in a tie, 18-18, game at the half.
BAUXITE â€“ The Bauxite Miners played an all-around game to open their 7-4A conference season with a 49-33 victory over the Nashville Scrappers at Fred Dawson Gym on Tuesday night.
â€śWe played really well,â€ť Bauxite Coach Mark Smith said. â€śProbably the best weâ€™ve played this season. It was a good time to start out with the first conference game.â€ť
The Miners (5-4, 1-0 7-4A) didnâ€™t get off to a good start as the Scrappers couldnâ€™t miss leading 14-3 early and finished the first quarter with a 16-7 lead over the Miners.
FAYETTEVILLE - Bret Bielemaâ€™s first official Arkansas Razorbacks hire is the coach coordinating Bielemaâ€™s last two defenses at Wisconsin.
Chris Ash, Wisconsinâ€™s defensive coordinator in 2011 and 2012 and Wisconsinâ€™s defensive backfield coach in 2010, becomes Arkansasâ€™ defensive coordinator, new Arkansas Coach Bielema announced Tuesday.
Bielema, the Wisconsin Badgersâ€™ head coach from 2006-2012 and their defensive coordinator in 2004 and 2005, was hired last week to succeed John L. Smith, the interim coach in 2012 after former Arkansas Coach Bobby Petrino was fired last spring.
HASKELL - After two miserable seasons of Harmony Grove Cardinal basketball, first-year head coach Dexter Hendrix seems to have the program going in the right direction. After falling in the season opener to Poyen, the Cardinals had won 7 of 9 entering Tuesday.
With an undefeated 5-3A conference record entering the night, the Cardinals stayed unbeaten in conference play with a low-scoring victory over the visiting Fountain Lake Cobras. With less than 60 combined points scored on the night, the Cardinals walked away with the 34-23 victory.