April 14th, 2011
For Fridayâ€™s game against Pine Bluff, the goal is simple: Donâ€™t underestimate the Zebras.
Coach Mark Balisterri said that Wednesday, even though the Panthers beat them 10-0 earlier this season.
â€śIf we go out there and play our game and donâ€™t let them hang around, then we should be good,â€ť Balisterri said. â€śMy main concerned is being focused for the game.
â€śPine Bluff is Pine Bluff, and they have been beating people for years. Even when they are down, they always beat people they arenâ€™t supposed to beat.â€ť
Point and case is Pine Bluffâ€™s 6-3 win over El Dorado Tuesday night.
Carol Reasons, 71, of Benton died April 10, 2011.
Ms. Reasons was born Aug. 22, 1939, in Wichita, Kan., to Clifton and Ethal Schul.
She had a wonderful voice and enjoyed singing and playing piano in church. She also loved spending time with her family and animals.
She is preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Carl Schul; and her sister, Dorothy Tool.
HASKELL â€” All season, Harmony Grove head coach Sammi Massey has been preaching the importance of not waiting until the third or fourth inning of games to start playing. But for whatever reason, it just hasnâ€™t quite sunk in.
However, up until Tuesday it hasnâ€™t been a problem as the Lady Cardinals are notorious for scoring an average of seven or more runs in those middle innings. Against Arkansas Baptist, it would not matter though as the Lady Cardinals had no answer for Lady Eagles pitcher Erin Woods, who threw a no-hitter and led Baptist to a 7-0 win at Haskell.
The Arkansas chapter of The Bass Federation held its 2011 youth championship fishing tournament Saturday on Lake DeGray.
Brandon Slaughter, 18, of Bauxite placed fourth in the senior division for 15-18 year olds. He is the son of Denita and Tony Slaughter.
Ron Knight, Arkansas TBF vice president and youth director, described Slaughter as an â€śexcellent fisherman.â€ť
Slaughterâ€™s father said, â€śHe loves to fish.â€ť
â€śHeâ€™s been fishing with me ever since he was about five years old, and heâ€™s been entering tournaments since he was about 12 or 13.â€ť