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Outdoor Exposure David Mosesso
I've always been an outspoken critic to the crossbow, I'll admit to that. But in order to understand my narrow minded viewpoint you have to realize that I got my start with archery way back when archery wasn't cool. Killing a deer wit . . . more »

   

Bisons' coaches show dramatic flair in uniform reveal

Harding running back Zach Shelley models a new alternative uniform that will be used occasionally beginning in the 2017 season.

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By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
Thursday was a big day for the Harding Bisons, and it even came with a little theatrical production.
During a Thursday afternoon team meeting, the coaches summoned running back Zach Shelley through the double doors from t . . . more »

   

Scots' expectations high for 2017

Kayla Holloway is one of four returning seniors on the Lyon women's soccer team in 2017.

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Special to the Daily Citizen
BATESVILLE -- The 2017 Lyon College men's soccer team has its sights on another strong finish this upcoming fall.
Last year, Lyon finished 11-8-1 and posted two straight shutouts in the American Midwest Conference Tournament, before fal . . . more »

   

News and Notes

Compiled by Bruce Guthrie
Levi Set for World University Games
JONESBORO -- Arkansas State senior thrower Itamar Levi is representing Israel at the 29th World University Games contested Aug. 19-30 in Taipei.
Levi is among 24 competitors in the men's discus throw and . . . more »

   

Morgan being honored for 25th anniversary

Harding University will host a dinner in honor of Jeff Morgan's 25th season as head coach of the men's basketball team at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12.

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Special to the Daily Citizen
Harding University will host a dinner in honor of Jeff Morgan's 25th season as head coach of the men's basketball team at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, in the Founders Room, located on the second floor of the David B. Burks American Heri . . . more »

   

Hot and Rusty

Searcy's Grace Williams hits a drive during the Lady Lions' nine-hole match versus Bald Knob and West Memphis. Williams shot a 45 as the Lady Lions finished with a collective 131 defeating Bald Knob. Bruce Guthrie / sports@thedailycitizen.com


By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
After nearly two weeks of being absent from the golf course, the Searcy Lions got a much-needed match against a full contingent of Bald Knob girls and a few male and female golfers from West Memphis.
Searcy, led by Ellen . . . more »

   

Lions' tennis puts in dominant day

By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
It's hard to argue with winning 15 matches and getting a clean sweep.
In their first match, the bar is set for both Searcy boys and girls tennis teams because a clean sweep is exactly what they got over Vilonia in their . . . more »