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2016 PRO-DAY Arkansas Future Stars Showcase successful

The bad weather held off, and the 2016 PRO-DAY Future Showcase was able to proceed smoothly. This year’s showcase featured twelve participants that displayed their talents in front of a number of college coaches, scouts, and professional scouts. PRO-DAY has continued to expand over the years, and the purpose and the production is a large reason for that.

Blake Phillips headed to play for the Arkansas Baptist College Bucs

Standout catcher, Blake Phillips, of the Watson Chapel Wildcats signed his letter of intent Friday morning. Phillips will further his baseball career at Arkansas Baptist College in Little Rock, Arkansas. This was a proud moment for Watson Chapel’s head baseball coach Chad Cope, as he’s seen Phillips grow into the young man that he is today.

Sheridan caps of great run securing the 2016 6A state title

The Sheridan Lady Yellow Jackets ended their season on an amazing run that was capped off with a 2016 state softball championship. Sheridan (23-7) were tough all season long, and when it was time for them to play their best ball, they did just that. Saturday, the Yellow Jackets faced off against the Benton Lady Panthers (18-10) for the 6A state title, and Sheridan cruised to a victory by the score of 6-0.

Community: Gragg to hold football camp

The first Southeast Arkansas Gridiron Grind will be held June 4. The life skills and football camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Dumas High School’s Tidwell Field. This is a one-day, no-contact camp and will highlight life skills and fundamental football drills for children ages 5 to 16 years old.

Hogs hope to keep up solid play

FAYETTEVILLE — Picture Russell Crowe as John Nash, busy in the bowels of some University of Arkansas lecture building, scribbling away at equations, possible scenarios in which the Razorbacks baseball team can find itself in the NCAA Tournament for a 15th straight season.

UAM softball secures league’s No. 5 seed

MONTICELLO — The Arkansas-Monticello softball team secured the No. 5 seed in next week’s Great American Conference Championship Tournament by splitting with Southeastern Oklahoma State on Sunday at home, winning the first game 4-3 and losing the second game 6-3.