De Queen Area Sports


DHS golfers third, fourth
De Queen's golf teams finished third and fourth at the 5A district match at Pine Bluff Country Club Sept. 23

The Lady Leopards finished third with a total of 313. Lakeside was first with 279 followed by White Hall with 293. Hope was fourth with 339. By finishing in the top three, the Lady Leopards qualified for the 5A state tournament.

Mallory Miller had the best round for De Queen, finishing at 93.

The De Queen boys were fourth in the team standings with a score of 362. Lakeside won the boys as well with a total of 303 to White Hall's 318. Magnolia slipped by the Leopards with a 357 finish.

Tanner Lipsey led the Leopards with a round of 85 which earned all-conference honors.

To read the complete article, please see the Sept. 25 edition of The De Queen Bee.

Oct 2, 2014, 10:49


Fast times for cross country Leopards
The weather on the second day of Autumn was cool, but the pace for the Leopards was hot. Both De Queen teams won the meet, but big story was the clock. The flat course around the Acorn campus provided the fastest times of the cross country season for most of De Queen's runners.

The perfect score in cross country is 15. The Leopards had 19 as they dominated the smaller schools. Waldron scored 60 points, Caddo Hills 73 and Heavner, Okla. 88.

Ricardo Martinez zoomed to first place with a clocking of 16:36.3. Luis Gonzalez took third in 17:24.5. Michael Lerma placed fourth in 17:44.2.

Dahin Garcia ran 18:02.5 to take fifth overall with Jose Maya sixth at 18:09.8. Daniel Tinajero finished seventh at 18:15.9 a step ahead of Kaden Tollett, eighth in 18:17.9.

In the girls division De Queen finished the meet with 37 points. Acorn scored 60, Waldron 78, Heavner 82 and Mansfield 98.

De Queen sophomore Martha Mosqueda took first place with a time of 21:38.4. Seleni Rojas, also a sophomore, placed third at 21:51.3.

To read the complete article, please see the Sept. 25 edition of The De Queen Bee.

Oct 2, 2014, 10:47


Cubs beat Magnolia
There were some tense moments, but the Cubs came away from Magnolia with a 46-21 win Sept. 25.

De Queen led 24-7 in the second quarter, but the home team cut the lead to 24-14 before the half then 24-21 in the third period. Momementum seemed to be going Magnolia's way

The complection of the game changed in a matter of seconds. A 76 yard touchdown return by Hunter Earney on the ensuing kickoff put the Cubs back in the driver's seat.

To read the complete article, please see the Oct. 2 edition of The De Queen Bee.

Oct 2, 2014, 10:44


Bobcats top Leopards
The Leopards got an early lead but could not hold it. Hope came back with an effective second half to record a 31-13 win over De Queen on the opening night of 5A South play Sept. 26.

After a scoreless first period, De Queen got on the board early in the second on an 11 yard Brady Hanney to Kobi Whitmore pass. Alan Barrera kicked the PAT to put the Leopards up 7-0 with 10:42 to go in the first half.

A 30 yard punt return by Whitmore set up the Leopards' second TD. Cody Stephens carried around the left side to score with 7:24 before halftime.

To read the complete article, please see the Oct. 2 edition of The De Queen Bee.

Oct 2, 2014, 10:41


Leopards win Silo meet
The Leopards won another Oklahoma meet. The De Queen boys cross country team recorded a solid win at Fort Washita Historical Site in the race sponsored by Silo High School.

The Leopards totaled 49 points to Marietta's 78. Byng was third with 87, followed by Madill 93, Durant 106, Velm-Alma 111, Silo 287, Sam Rayburn 365, Kingston 376, Victory Life Academy 400 and Wilson 456.

Leopard Michael Lerma finished the three mile course in 17:40 which placed fourth among the 136 runners who finished. Luis Gonzalez was sixth in 18:03.

The Lady Leopards placed third in the team standings with 110 points. Marietta was first with 46 and Durant second with 49. Kingston finished fourth with 115 points followed by Latta 189, Velma-Alma 199, Sam Rayburn 257, Idabel 337, Davis 338, and Sulphur 382.

De Queen's Martha Mosqueda ran 14:25 over the 2-mile course to place ninth among the 129 finishers.

To read the complete article, please see the Sept. 25 edition of The De Queen Bee.

Sep 25, 2014, 10:53


Leopards lose to Panthers
The Panthers were too quick. Ashdown’s strong second half broke open a close game and dealt De Queen a 40-14 setback.

The visitors led only 14-7 at the midway point, but took control with two touchdowns in the third quarter.

The Leopards were down 7-0 at the end of the first quarter.

On the first play of the second Kobi Whitmore got the ball on a reverse to the right side then threw to Montray Williams in the end zone for a 16 yard scoring play. Alan Barrera kicked the extra point to tie the game at 7-7 with eight seconds elapsed in the second period.

To read the complete article, please see the Sept. 25 edition of The De Queen Bee.

Sep 25, 2014, 10:51


Gators down Lions
A fumble on the opening kick-off proved to be fore shadowing for Horatio. The Lions fell at Foreman by a final of 29-14.

The Gators recovered the fumble then scored on the game's first play from scimmage. They added a field goal for a 9-0 lead with less than five minutes to go in the first half.

In the third quarter a 35 reception by Pedro Ruvalcaba put the ball at the Gator one yard line. Cole Boyd kept for a touchdown then threw to Treyce Young for a two point conversion that cut the Foreman lead to 9-8.

To read the complete article, please see the Sept. 25 edition of The De Queen Bee.

Sep 25, 2014, 10:48


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