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Camarata bringing Madness to Carmichael

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Winner of the 64-team Central Arkansas Madness basketball tournament, which begins Monday and will be played at the Carmichael Center and at ASU-Beebe, gets this trophy.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
As a former shooting guard for Ohio Valley University, Cory Camarata, who is the program director at the Carmichael Community Center, had an idea of having a local basketball . . .

Hitting 21

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The Harding Lady Bisons handled Southern Nazarine with two doubleheader sweeps on Friday and Saturday to run their winning streak to 21 straight.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
The winners keep coming for the Harding Lady Bisons.
After sweeping Southern Nazarene on Friday, Harding did it again in a double dip on Saturday winning 6-2 and 17-5 in five innings . . .

Community doesn't just say it, they show it

By Sterling McMichael / Harding Sports

Crowds of people who couldn't make it to Columbus, Ohio, to support the Harding Lady Bisons did so from Rhodes-Reaves Fieldhouse.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
While basketball bleeding into the spring sports season is a grind for guys like me and others, I can't say it wasn't fun or that I wouldn't do it all over again if I could.
I was . . .

Tigers see positive break

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
The Pangburn Tigers had a pretty good spring break. They got a comeback win in the seventh, a hard-fought win over a conference foe and their best pitcher and had a chance for . . .

Yo, Adrian!

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Peydon Harlow looks for the umpire's call as he attempts to steal second in Thursday's loss to Searcy. The umpire called Harlow out on the play.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
With one swing of the bat Searcy third baseman Adrian Hannah turned a competitive baseball game into a 7-1 win for the Lions over Harding Academy in the first ever meeting between the . . .

Harding's golfer Banger earns weekly GAC honor

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Mason Banger led the Bisons to a third-place finish at the Lion Invite at Tanglewood by carding rounds of 4-over par 76 and 1-over 73 to finish as the tournament runner up.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
RUSSELLVILLE -- The Great American Conference announced the league's fourth spring Golfers of the Week awards. Harding's Mason Banger captured the Men's honor while Henderson State's . . .

It just makes sense to play the game

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
So I'm here with my first baseball column of the year before my final basketball column. I know it's backwards, but no one should be surprised.
As I am sitting in the press box at . . .