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February 24, 2018

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Senior Eagles welcome de Haas into team

The USA Eagles, the senior national rugby union team, will continue competition in the Americas Rugby Championship today in Brazil as Jessieville native Ruben de Haas continues to progress within the national team setup.

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Hogs, Tide battle for redemptive result

Only one of Arkansas and Alabama will be able to rise, while the other will be left to fall again, after both teams saw themselves and their NCAA Tournament aspirations knocked down a peg this week.

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Lady Rams lock up 5A-South 3-seed

Bouncing back from a humbling 69-31 loss to Watson Chapel in the semifinals on Thursday, the Lakeside Lady Rams closed the 5A-South conference tournament on a high note Friday afternoon.

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Reddie women notch win No. 20 at SAU

MAGNOLIA -- Henderson State got 27 points, six rebounds and five assists from Pink Jones and finished the game on a 16-3 run to get past Southern Arkansas, 83-70, on Thursday night and notch its 20th win of the season.

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Bears bounce Red Devils from regional semifinals

POYEN -- Despite a major rally in the last half of the third quarter, Mountain Pine could not hold on to its lead as Bearden took a 77-73 win in the semifinal round of the 2A-South regional tournament at Jerry and Ouida Newton Arena.

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Plans pending for Southwest winner

Next-race plans are pending for My Boy Jack, who was to be flown to his Southern California base Wednesday following a dominant performance in the Grade 3 $500,000 Southwest Stakes for 3-year-olds Monday at Oaklawn Park.

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Local swimmers prepare for state

Swimmers from Lakeside, Hot Springs and Lake Hamilton will travel to Bentonville this weekend to compete in the state competition with eyes on setting new standards on the state level, as well as for their programs.

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