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April 22, 2018
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Much needed win

Much needed win Camden Fairview Catcher D. X. Morris makes the tag at the plate Monday as the Cardinals resumed play that began last Friday on a rain delayed game. Redbirds came away with wins in the Varsity restart and in the JV game that followed. Hunter Morgan got the start for the Varsity Cards and Boone Martin was the starter for the JV.

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NFL Skills and Development Camp is set

NFL stars will align again in the city of Camden for the Third Annual Camden All-Star Skills and Development Football Camp at Camden Fairview High School on May 19. Besides a different location and the event being in May instead of June, there are several other changes in store for this year’s camp. None of those changes are as big as the fact that this year, there is no cost.

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Panthers sweep Cardinal Relays

The Magnolia Panthers (135.50) and Lady Panthers (142) won the 49th annual Cardinals Relays last Thursday. The Camden Fairview Lady Cardinals finished second (107) while the Cardinal boys came in sixth (62). Tai’Sheka Porchia was the high point scorer for the Lady Cardinals with 49 points and Daterrion Curtis led the boys with 36 points. Full results are below with first place winners in bold.

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Rolling in another win

Rolling in another win Harmony Grove’s Kacie Reede fires a pitch during a recent game. The softball team got two wins against Emerson on the road last week winning the first game 15-0. Reede pitched the first perfect game of her career and freshman pitcher, Molly Ray, started the JV game for her first win. “The entire team looked good for the entire game,” H.G. Coach Jon Pigott said. HG is now 10-2 on the season.

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T. McCoy signs with SAU

Next level Camden Fairview senior student athlete Tyra McCoy is joined by her family and coach as she signs her national letter of intent to attend Southern Arkansas University and joining the Lady Muleriders SAU Track Team. McCoy has been a consistent standout performer in the long jump and high jump and has been a three-year varsity member of the track team. Pictured from left is her step father, Cledis Stuart; mother, Tasha Stuart; C.F. Track Coach Carlos Tucker; McCoy; and father, O.J. McCoy.

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Horstkamp named new H.G. Coach

Harmony Grove has found its new head football coach and only had to go 12 miles down the road to do so. Ernie Horstkamp will take over as the head Hornets after 14 years in the Bearden Bear Football program. Horstkamp has served as the head football coach and the athletic director of the Bears for the last seven years, leading the team to a state championship appearance and conference titles.

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Make it happen, Martin

Make it happen, Martin Razorback freshman third baseman Casey Martin from Lonoke makes a nice put-out on an attempted bunt against South Carolina Thursday night at Baum Stadium in Fayetteville. Martin has family in the Harmony Grove area.

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Coaching'em up

Coaching’em up Southern Arkansas University Tech Assistant Coach Andre’ Williams explains a drill to Lady Rocket prospects during tryouts. The SAU Tech Basketball program will began its first season under the “Rocket” moniker in November.

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