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JACKSONVILLE – With the wind down considerably from the day before, the shooting on May 7 picked up for the senior division in the West Regional of the Arkansas Youth Shoot Sports Program championships.

Harrison beat Huntsville 17-11 Saturday in the Class 4A state baseball tournament semifinals in a marathon game in Nashville that lasted nearly four hours.

Community, dedication, and a love for competition drive Kingston High School senior Renee Pittman to be the best at everything she does.

Jacob Lodwick, back, spots as Dugger Tipton lifts weights during the first day of spring football practice on Monday.

Kingston won its second straight Class 1A girls state track championship last Wednesday in Quitman.

Huntsville scored nine runs in the final two innings Saturday to beat Harrison 13-10 in the championship game of the 4A North Regional baseball tournament in Morrilton.

The Huntsville Eagles will open spring football practice after school on Monday at Eagle Stadium. The team has 10 practices scheduled before the end of the month.

Huntsville High senior Yaretze Franco signs to continue her soccer career with Ecclesia College in Springdale.

Huntsville High seniors Curt Ferguson, left, and Matthew Sisk were honored over the weekend for being Arkansas Youth Anglers - Anglers of the Year 2021-22.

Huntsville senior Matthew Sisk and freshman Averie Dunn last week qualified for the Class 4A State Track Meet in Harrison. The 4A State Meet was scheduled for Tuesday this week.

The Huntsville Eagles will play the host team at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday at the 4A North Region Baseball Tournament in Morrilton. The winner will advance to the 4A State Tournament next week in Nashville.

Kingston High School Senior Megan Parker has dedication, wit, and self-described attitude.

Elkins won the boys’ 3A Region 1 Senior Conference Track Meet on Monday in Lincoln with 186 points.

Huntsville High Lady Eagle Tanna Wilson last week signed to play basketball at North Arkansas College in Harrison.

Pea Ridge downed Huntsville 17-0 on Monday in the 4A-1 District Softball Tournament.

The Huntsville School District has released a “preliminary proposal” to gauge public feedback about a possible plan to install turf at Eagle Stadium, where soccer and football teams compete on one of the few remaining grass turf stadiums in the region.

Farmington outlasted Huntsville 15-14 on Friday to capture the 4A-1 Conference regular season title and the top seed for this week’s District Tournament.

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