May 3rd, 2011
Two Arkansas Razorbacks coaches will be the guests of honor at this year's Annual Saline County Razorback Club Fish Fry, which will be held Thursday at Bishop Park in Bryant.
Wide receivers coach Kris Cinkovich and offensive line coach Chris Klenakis will be on hand to speak, answer questions, take photos and sign autographs.
Mark Robinson, director of football operations, will act as the master of ceremonies after former state Sen. Shane Broadway turns over the microphone.
Bob Garrett, president of the Saline County Razorback Club, said the event is "laid back" and a "lot of fun."
The Bryant Lady Hornetâ€™sÂ defeated the Van Buren Lady Pointers 4-1 in 7A conference soccer action Monday night at Van Buren.
The girls were lackadaisical in the cold light rain and 49 degree weather as the score was 0-0 at the half.Â Bryantâ€™s first three scores in the second half came on free kicks.
Tara Hendricks put Bryant on the board when she connected on a 47-yard free kick that caromed off the keeper for a 1-0 lead with 21:43 left in the game.
Playing baseball for Bryant High School was a lifelong dream of Tyler Brown.
Now the 18-year-old son of Brad and Shelley Brown is making a name for himself on the diamond as the starting second baseman for the Hornets.
As the second batter in the Hornets' lineup, Brown, a senior, has a .421 batting average on the season, as well as 17 RBIs and five doubles.
Head coach Kirk Bock described Brown as a "great leader."
After going undefeated in conference play during the regular season, Glen Rose lost its first game of the 3A-5 District Tournament Saturday.
However, the Lady Beavers will still play as a No. 3 seed this week in the 3A Regional Tournament held at Harding Academy in Searcy.
Had Glen Rose won Saturday, it would have faced Harmony Grove in the finals.
The Lady Cardinals were scheduled to face Cutter Morning Star today in the championship, but inclement weather forced the game to be postponed until Tuesday â€” possibly Wednesday depending on how the weather fares.