Archive - Mar 2012 - Sports Article
HOT SPRINGS â€“ The Bryant ninth-grade boys earned their second win in a row Tuesday at the Lakeside RelaysÂ in Hot Springs.Â The Jr. Hornets scored a total of 155 points to dominate the field, finishing 41 points ahead of runner-up White Hall.Â
BENTON - Saline County is home to one of the hottest high school softball teams in the state so far this season. The Benton Lady Panthers are now 10-1 and are riding a 10-game winning streak after a dazzling performance against Sheridan, winning 7-1 on Thursday.
BRYANT â€“ The Bryant Hornets hosted the Little Rock Catholic Rockets in 7A Central conference play on Tuesday and came away with a 4-1 victory.
The Hornets (12-2, 2-1 7A Central) scored all four of their runs in the second inning with two outs. Senior Dylan Cross singled to start the inning and went to second base on sophomore Wesley Akersâ€™ walk. After sophomore Chase Tucker struck out, junior Hayden Daniel grounded into a fielderâ€™s choice to third base, who stepped on the bag to put runners on first and second.
BRYANT â€“ Bryant senior distance runner Skylar Oswalt joined teammates Ashlyn Lessenberry and Stacy Emmerling to run cross country at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia when she signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning at the Bryant Gym. According to cross country Coach Danny Westbrook, Henderson may need to change their mascot.
â€śThis is the third signing with Henderson State with Ashyln Lessenberry and Stacy Emmerling,â€ť Westbrook said. â€śThe Lady Reddies are going to have to change their mascot to the Lady Hornets. Weâ€™re soon going to have our team down there.â€ť