Dahien Garcia advances the ball in De Queen's win over Vilonia in the first round of the state tournament. The Leopards play Pulaski Academy for the state 5A title at 4 p.m. Friday, May 22. For results of the game, please see the May 28 edition of The De Queen Bee.
May 22, 2015, 11:02
Spring practice in progress
Spring football practice at De Queen is underway with 40+ players taking part. For more on spring football, please see the May 28 edition of The De Queen Bee.
May 22, 2015, 10:56
Leopards second in conference meets
Nallely Moreno floats down the backstretch in the girls 400 meters at the 5A South track and field meet April 30. The De Queen girls finished second in the team competition.
Habram Martinez passes the baton to Cody Stephens on the final exchange of the 1600 relay. The Leopards won the race, but finished as meet runners-up to Magnolia.
For complete results of the conference meet -- plus photos -- please see the May 7 edition of The De Queen Bee. May 1, 2015, 11:18
Cubs sweep 5A South meet
Bradi Young gets the baton from Heidy Galvan on the first exchange of the 3200 relay at the 4A South junior high meet. De Queen took first in the relay and won the team title.
Sedrick Bell takes off on the anchor leg of the 1600 meter relay after receiving the baton from Javier Gomez. The Cubs won the relay and the conference championship at the 4A South junior high meet April 23 at Leopard Stadium.
Apr 24, 2015, 14:41
Conference track meet to be Thursday De Queen will host the 5A South junior high track meet on Thursday, April 23. The field events are scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m.
De Queen is the defending champion in both boys and girls divisions. The girls won last year's meet by a 20 point margin over second place Magnolia, while the boys squeezed out a two point win over the same school.
De Queen and Magnolia again are the favorites again for both boys and girls. Apr 22, 2015, 10:33
Leopards sweep home meet
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.