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February 6th, 2015
BRYANT â€” The Bryant Hornet football team completed one of the most successful seasons in school history in 2014. Finishing with a 9-2-1 overall record, a second-place finish in the 7A/6A Central and a second-round state playoff berth, the Hornets continue to receive high praise.
Bryantâ€™s offense revolved around the running game in 2014. Senior offensive lineman Cameron Davis was the big key to success from the backfield, blocking and opening holes for Head Coach Paul Calleyâ€™s backs.
HASKELL -- The Harmony Grove Lady Cardinals snapped an eight-game losing streak in dominating fashion Friday night. Coming into the game in much need of a win, the Lady Cardinals defeated Episcopal Collegiate 45-33.
â€śThe kids deserve it anytime you go through what theyâ€™ve been through,â€ť Head Coach Chris Smith said. â€śThey have worked hard even through it. Iâ€™m glad they got something positive out of it.â€ť
BENTON â€“ After starting the season 7-2, the Benton Lady Panthers suffered through a seven-game losing streak to fall to 7-9 on the year, including 0-2 in the 6A South Conference. Since then Benton has won 4 of 5, including three in a row after a 47-40 South victory over visiting Pine Bluff Fillies at Benton Arena on Friday. The win put the Lady Panthers back in the plus column at 11-10 overall and 4-3 in the South.
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