Archive - Oct 2013 - Sports Article
BENTON â€“ To say Austin Eoff is having success his freshman season so far as a Purdue Boilermaker would be an understatement. Eoff, a four-time All-State selection and three-time individual state champion for the Benton Panthers, has taken the Boilermakers by storm this season. Eoff has led Purdue in all three events this season, giving the Boilermakers no worse than a fourth-place finish.
MOUNTAIN HOME â€“ The Benton Panther golf team finished 8th out of 12 teams, shooting a 358, just four strokes from qualifying as a team in the 6A State round two today in the State Tournament at the par-72 Big Creek Golf and Country Club in Mountain Home on Monday. Benton finished fourth in the South.
â€śThis is some tough competition,â€ť Benton Coach David Torres said. â€śItâ€™s a wide-open, beautiful course. Itâ€™s well taken care of and the greens are well-groomed. Itâ€™s just the toughness of it; tough pin placement. This week, your putter was everything. Each green had two or three tiers.â€ť
BRYANT â€“ The Benton Lady Panthers picked up where they left off the last time they faced their county and 7A/6A South conference rival Bryant Hornets on Tuesday. The Lady Panthers swept the Lady Hornets for the second straight match, taking the match 3-0 (25-11, 25-20, 25-8) in Bryant.