Phillip Webb crosses the finish line in 50.00, a new meet record in the boys 400..
One school record was broken and another tied as De Queen won both boys and girls competition at the Collin Raye - Leopard Relays April 16.
There were 70 points between the Leopards and second place Nashville on the boys side, but the girls meet was much closer. The Lady Leopards edged Genoa Central 140-135.5 for the title.
For the second week in a row Phillip Webb set a De Queen record in the 400 meters. Webb's time of 50.00 set a new meet record as well.
Girls high point award winner Kenzie Tatta, 44 points, won the long jump and the 100 meters. Her winning jump of 17-3 tied the Lady Leopard school record.
Ricardo Martinez won 800, 1600 and 3200 individual races plus a leg on the winning 3200 relay team to win the boys high point award with 32 points.
For complete results of the conference meet -- plus photos -- please see the April 23 edition of The De Queen Bee.
Marjle McLelland closes in on the finish line to win the girls 400.
Apr 17, 2015, 11:25
Soccer Leopards beat Hot Springs
Estiven Garcia takes control of the ball in the Leopards' April 2 match with Hot Springs. Garcia scored two goals in De Queen's hard fought 4-1 victory. For more De Queen soccer news, see the April 9 edition of The De Queen Bee.
Apr 3, 2015, 13:30
Baseball Leopards beat Bearcats
Kaden Tollett delivers a pitch in De Queen's March 30 game against Mena. After giving up three runs in the first inning, Tollett held the Bearcats scoreless the remainder of the way as the Leopards posted an 8-3 decision. For more De Queen baseball news, see the April 2 edition of The De Queen Bee.
Apr 1, 2015, 14:14
Lions rally past Trojans Most of the offense came late as Horatio edged Kirby 7-6 in a non-conference baseball game March 26.
The Lions held a 3-0 lead when the Trojans exploded for a half dozen runs in the sixth. With the aid of a three run homer by Cole Boyd, Horatio regained the lead with four runs in the Lions' next at-bat.
Boyd had three hits and drove in four runs for Horatio. Drew Griffin pitched two innings in relief for the win.
The Lions are scheduled to return to conference play with a game at Prescott March 30. Mar 27, 2015, 10:30
Leopards complete standout week
Cody Stephens runs the curve on his way to winning his heat of the 200 meters at Ashdown's Panther Relays..
It was a good week for De Queen athletics. Leopard teams competed in seven contests and won all seven.
St. Patrick's Day was especially bountiful for the Leopards.
In the afternoon both soccer teams won at Lakeside. The Lady Leopards snapped Lakeside's 16 game conference winning streak with a 1-0 victory.
At home De Queen's softball team raised its record to 3-0 with a 10-0 win over visiting Camden Fairview.
St. Patrick's night De Queen won both boys and girls titles at the Junior Southwest Sporting Goods Relays at Nashville.
The senior high track teams topped the week on a drizzly Thursday night by winning both divisions at Ashdown's Panther Relays.
Mar 20, 2015, 09:33
Weather woes continue for spring sports
The leadoff runners come off the starting line in the 3200 meter relay to start the Cub Relays March 10.
The situation remains one step forward and two steps back for the local spring sports teams. A track meet was held, and De Queen finally played a baseball game. However, the return of the relentless rain cancelled numerous events the next day.
The first home meet for De Queen, the Cub Relays, was held on schedule March 10. It was a good start for the host school with De Queen winning the team titles in both boys and girls divisions. The boys finished 50 points ahead of their closest competitor while the girls squeezed out a one point win.
After at least four rainouts, the Leopards opened baseball season in fine style with a 15-5 win at Murfreesboro March 11.
However, the rain returned on March 12 and washed out two of the larger competitions in southwest Arkansas: the Horatio State Bank Classic tournament and Prescott's Curley Wolf Relays. Mar 13, 2015, 09:48
Cubs top Acorn
Mac Carver brings the ball down the floor for the Cubs.
The De Queen junior high teams took both games from visiting Acorn Feb. 5.
In the girls contest De Queen pulled away after halftime for a 55-21 decision.
The boys game was much closer with the Cubs holding on for a 51-46 win.
To read the complete article, please see the Feb. 12 edition of The De Queen Bee. Feb 6, 2015, 10:59