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November 17th, 2014

Dempsey heading to Harding

November 17, 2014

HASKELL — When deciding on where she wanted to play college softball next season, Harmony Grove senior Kristen Dempsey wanted to attend a program where she felt the most at home.

And for the Dempsey that place was Harding University in Searcy.

“When I got up there,” Dempsey started, “it just felt like one of the best atmospheres I have ever been in.

“I wanted to go somewhere where it felt most like home.

“And when I walked on campus, it felt like home for me.”

Dempsey signed her letter of intent on Tuesday inside the old gymnasium at Harmony Grove.

Knight ready to call the Hogs

November 17, 2014

BRYANT – After leading the Bryant Hornets to their third 7A state title in five years, senior Hornet Blaine Knight is reaping the rewards of being named the 7A Tournament MVP after a 10-0 Bryant shutout of the Fayetteville Purple Dogs in the 7A state championship game this past season. On Friday at Bryant High School, Knight signed a national letter of intent with the Arkansas Razorbacks to play baseball.

November 15th

Williams to be a Cotton Blossom

November 15, 2014

BRYANT — Starting out as a pitcher for the Bryant Lady Hornets, senior Jordan Williams won’t be in the circle when she goes to the next level. On Wednesday, Williams signed a national letter of intent to play softball for the Arkansas-Monticello Cotton Blossoms at Bryant High School.

According to Williams, there was no other place she would rather go than Monticello, where she’ll major in science with plans to become a coach.

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