The officiating crew including De Queen alum Nikki Nealy awaits the tip off of the Horatio - Genoa Central boys game. The former Lady Leopard guard made her refereeing debut at Horatio Jan. 15.
Jan 20, 2016, 15:38
One hand rebound
De Queen's Kennedy Winship grabs a rebound in the first round of the Dierks junior high tournament. De Queen repeated as champion of the girls' division. To read the complete article, please see the Dec. 10 edition of The De Queen Bee.
Dec 10, 2015, 10:05
Football Leopards named all-conference Eleven De Queen players were selected to the 5A South all-conference football team, and one Leopard was named to the 5A all-state team.
Senior linebacker/running back Daniel Villeda earned all-state honors.
Joining him on the all-conference first team were: Cirilo Resendiz, Hugo Martinez, Drew Dykes, Maurice Moore and Logan Hall.
Named to the all-conference second team were: Jesse Parker, Leonardo Dominguez, Tristan Snider, Brady Winship and Hunter Earney.
To read the complete article, please see the Dec. 3 edition of The De Queen Bee.
Senior Daniel Villeda, all-state, all-conference
Senior Cirilo Resendiz, all-conference
Senior Hugo Martinez, all-conference
Senior Jesse Parker, all-conference
Dec 3, 2015, 11:38
Defense on the road
De Queen's Abby Dykes (3) and Ashley Dykes (5) double-team a Nashville player while Tatyana Tramble guards another in the Nov. 12 junior girls game. De Queen improved to 2-0 with a 38-14 win. To read the complete article, please see the Nov. 19 edition of The De Queen Bee.
Nov 19, 2015, 10:48
Just like it was drawn up
Lucas Dorsey (77), Jace Sims (70) and Leonardo Dominguez (34) open a lane for Daniel Villeda to score in De Queen's 41-20 win over visiting White Hall. To read the complete article, please see the Nov. 12 edition of The De Queen Bee.
Nov 12, 2015, 11:05
One half down, one half to go
Lady Leopard Diana Ramirez runs near the mid-point of the 5A state cross country meet at Hot Springs' Oaklawn Park. The De Queen boys finished fifth and the Lady Leopards fourth in the state competition. To read the complete article, please see the Nov. 12 edition of The De Queen Bee.
Nov 12, 2015, 11:02
Leopard harriers point to state meet In their final stage of preparations for the state cross country meet, most De Queen runners had their best performance of the season at Acorn Oct. 29.
Acorn's flat course has a history of fast times; the Oct. 29 meet was no exception. De Queen's Michael Lerma, Jair Patricio and Corey Ousse clocked times under 17 minutes.
For the Lady Leopards Seleni Rojas had a personal best by over a minute, finishing in 20:06.6. Martha Mosqueda and Savanah Nickerson broke the 22 minute mark.
To read the complete article, please see the Nov. 6 edition of The De Queen Bee. Nov 5, 2015, 11:26