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Swing Kings

Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.comTanner Leonard's two-RBI hit in the fourth was enough to put Beebe away in a 14-6 win in the Mayflower Invitational on Thursday. The Lions got their third win of the season pounding out 18 hits against the Badgers.


By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
MAYFLOWER -- A pair of productive innings is all the Searcy Lions needed in their opener of the Mayflower Invitational on Thursday.
Tied 2-2 in the third, Ckyler Tengler's RBI single drove in two runs. The Lions got four . . . more »

   

Harding sweeps weekly GAC tennis honors

Submitted PhotoRylie Cox was named GAC Player of the Week along with Bisons' men's player Alejandro Sendra.


Special to the Daily Citizen
RUSSELLVILLE -- The Great American Conference announced the league's Players of the Week awards for the seventh week of the 2019 tennis season. Harding picked up both honors as Alejandro Sendra scored the men's accolade and Rylie Cox wo . . . more »

   

Riley named to NAIA All-American team

Special to the Daily Citizen
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The postseason accolades continue to roll in for the Lyon College women's basketball team as the Scots had two players named NAIA Division I All-Americans. Former Riverview Lady Raider Madison Riley was named to the . . . more »

   

News and Notes

Arizona adds former Hog Philon
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- The Arizona Cardinals have signed defensive lineman Darius Philon to a two-year contract and tight end Ricky Seals-Jones to a one-year deal.
Terms of the deals announced Thursday were not disclosed.
The 25-year-ol . . . more »

   

Truths about the outdoors

Outdoor Exposure David Mosesso
A friend of mine shared with me a list of 'truths' he'd been compiling for years, fodder for amusement that may make it into a book he'll write when he retires. Heck, I'm not very smart but I know a few truths myself. Most pertain to . . . more »

   

AG&FC seeking volunteer mentors

Special to the Daily Citizen
Arkansas has long been a haven for the sportsman.
The Natural State's abundant wildlife has attracted hunters and anglers to her woods and waters for generations.
But that heritage has started to fade.
However, over the past decade, . . . more »

   

Rose Bud gets Saturday split

By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
BATESVILLE -- Rose Bud spent its final days of Spring Break in the Pioneer Classic in Batesville.
The Ramblers came away with two wins in three games including a split on Saturday.
After a tough Saturday opener, Rose Bud . . . more »

   

Bisons sweep Southern Nazarene

Submitted PhotoHarding got a clean sweep of Southern Nazarene over the weekend including both games of Saturday's doubleheader.


Special to the Daily Citizen
Harding used a comeback and a shutout to finish off a three-game Great American Conference series sweep of Southern Nazarene Saturday at Jerry Moore Field.
Harding erased a three-run deficit to win 8-5 in game one and scattered six Sout . . . more »

   

2 DHs equal 2 sweeps for Lady Bisons

Submitted PhotoHarding head softball coach Phil Berry got his 200th career win amidst a pair of doubleheader sweeps at Southern Nazarene on Friday and Saturday.


Special to the Daily Citizen
BETHANY, Okla. -- The Harding softball team complete the series sweep at Southern Nazarene Saturday after winning both games of the Great American Conference doubleheader. The Lady Bisons won 6-3 and 12-4 (five innings).
The second game . . . more »

   

Perfect 10

Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.comT.J. Hester threw four shutout innings on Saturday in Harding Academy's 10-0 win over Searcy in the championship game of the Mayflower Invitational.


By Bruce Guthrie Sports@thedailycitizen.com
MAYFLOWER - All that was standing in the way of either Searcy or Harding Academy of having a perfect weekend and claiming a Mayflower Invitational title was each other.
Harding Academy came away with that perfect weekend . . . more »