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Transition Phase

Greg Davis Special to the Daily CitizenRiverview will look to bounce back after two straight losses on the field and the loss to their coach off the field. The Raiders play host to CAC tonight. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.


By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
When the Riverview Raiders take the field tonight, they will do so for the first time without head coach Mike McCain.
McCain stepped down for the remainder the season a little over a week ago due to health issues. In his . . . more »

   

Bisons hope weather cooperates at home this time

Jeff Montgomery Harding SportsHarding will look to win its first game of the season at First Security Stadium when it hosts Oklahoma Baptist on Saturday at 6 p.m.


Special to the Daily Citizen
Harding will put the Great American Conference's top-ranked defense on display Saturday against an Oklahoma Baptist team averaging almost 200 rushing yards per game. Kickoff is at 6 p.m. at First Security Stadium. The game will be part . . . more »

   

Tender Lions get state nod

By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
When the Searcy Lions send three to the 5A state golf tournament next week, two of the three will be very young golfers.
Mary Julia Killough and Braden Purnell will head to the state golf tournament as freshman and sopho . . . more »

   

Lady Bisons top SAU in straight sets at home

By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
Despite Tuesday's road win in five sets in Arkadelphia, the Harding Lady Bisons looked no worse for wear at Rhodes-Reaves Fieldhouse.
Madison Poen led all players with 15 kills in Harding University's 3-0 win over Souther . . . more »

   

Disastrous Debut

Greg Davis Special to the Daily CitizenRiverview's 14-0 lead evaporated into a 40-14 loss on Friday in its homecoming and conference opener. The Raiders committed 16 penalties for 120 yards including four unsportsmanlike conduct penalties.


By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
After suffering a heartbreaking loss of their coach during their bye week, the Raiders lost their composure, lost a 14-0 lead, then lost their quarterback and ultimatley lost Friday night's conference opener 40-14 to Cent . . . more »

   

Hunting Memories: You never forget your first

Submitted PhotoMemories of hunts past includes the first buck on a December day in 1991.


David Mosesso Outdoor Exposure
We recently asked our newspaper's readers to submit their favorite hunting memories. I thought I would submit one of my own from the many in my hunting past.
On a cold December day, years ago
It was a cold, late December afternoon in . . . more »

   

Bulldogs don't mind rainy Saturday

Brent Roberts Special to the Daily CitizenBald Knob's defense forced four fumbles in Saturday's encore of a suspended Friday matchup at Mills. The forced turnovers led to 14 unanswered points and a 24-14 win for the Bulldogs over the Comets.


By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
LITTLE ROCK -- Things didn't look to good for Bald Knob on Friday night, but things got better on Saturday after weather suspended play until noon with the Bulldogs down 14-10 to Little Rock Mills on the road.
But the Bul . . . more »

   

Lady Bisons get road win in Bethany

Special to the Daily Citizen
BETHANY, Okla. -- Harding women's soccer got three goals from three different players to post a 3-2 Great American Conference victory over Southern Nazarene, the team's first win of the season.
Harding moved to 1-5-0 overall and 1-1-0 i . . . more »

   

Harding wins soggy Bison battle

By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
The running game of Harding thrived in soggy, rainy conditions at First Security Stadium on Saturday.
The Harding Bisons racked up 457 yards and rushing touchdowns in a 56-7 win over Oklahoma Baptist Bison Saturday night. . . . more »