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September 19, 2018
El Dorado News Times

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Wildcats' defense prepares for Wolves

Usually after a loss, teams will want to get back on the football field to face another opponent as soon as possible. But, El Dorado's open date after a 27-10 loss to Cabot two weeks ago probably came at an opportune time. After the Panthers bludgeoned the Wildcats for 281 rushing yards on 58 attempts, El Dorado travels to Lake Hamilton on Friday to face a similar styled offense.

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Razorbacks tab Storey as starting quarterback

By Nate Allen Special to the News-Times FAYETTEVILLE - By design, Arkansas’ most veteran quarterback who did not play while three others quarterbacked in last Saturday’s 44-17 loss in Fayetteville to North Texas will start the Razorbacks’ SEC opener against the nationally No. 9 defending SEC West champion Auburn Tigers Saturday night in Auburn, Ala.

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Kim claims El Dorado Shootout title

EL DORADO - Coming down the stretch of the fourth annual Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout, eventual winner Hyemin Kim said she really didn’t start feeling confident about a possible victory until hole No. 16. Kim, a native of South Korea, had a 3-shot lead coming into the final day of competition, but got off to a rough start and found herself tied with three or four other players after the first eight holes.

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El Dorado wins Moro Bay Invitational

JERSEY – El Dorado placed five runners in the top 10 as the Wildcats won the Moro Bay Invitational Saturday. The Wildcats won the cross country meet for the second year in a row.

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Lady Warriors sweep Cornerstone

West Side Christian remained unbeaten on the volleyball season Friday with a straight-set victory over conference foe Cornerstone Christian Academy. The Lady Warriors won the varsity match 25-7, 25-6, 25-6.

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Van Horn eager to see Razorbacks compete

By Nate Allen Special to the News-Times FAYETTEVILLE - Completing his first week of fall baseball practice, Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn was asked Friday his approach to the two fall scrimmages the NCAA allows for his Razorbacks to play against the Oklahoma Sooners and Wichita State Shockers.

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Danielson leads at Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout

By Tony Burns Sports Editor “Solid,” was the word Casey Danielson used to describe her opening round 67 Friday at the Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout at Mystic Creek. The native of Osceola, Wisconsin carded 11 pars with just one bogey en route to her five-under par score.

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Razorbacks look to bounce back

By Nate Allen Special to the News-Times FAYETTEVILLE - Too bad for University of Arkansas football that one of Dr. Phil's degrees was achieved at what is now the University of North Texas.

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El Dorado golf teams record split

PC tennis wins; Junction City, Barton post victories

News-Times Staff El Dorado’s golf teams came away with a split against Sheridan Thursday at the El Dorado Golf & Country Club. Shaun York earned medalist honors with a 77, as the Wildcats finished with a team score of 333 to top the Yellowjackets.

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Mayflower downs Parkers Chapel

News-Times Staff PARKERS CHAPEL - Heading into their non-conference clash with Parkers Chapel, Mayflower had scored 112 points in their wins over Central Arkansas Christian and Marshall.

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Rison knocks off Strong

News-Times Staff STRONG - In their first two games of the 2018 season, Rison was dominant in dispatching Fordyce and Brinkley. On Friday night, the Wildcats’ dominance of their opponents continued, as Rison topped Strong 53-0 at Jerry Burson Field.

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Junction City falls on road

News-Times Staff HAYNESVILLE (La.) - Adrion Hardwell rushed for 135 yards and three touchdowns, as Haynesville (La.) topped Junction City 33-0 in a battle of border rivals Friday night.

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Fine stands tall for North Texas

By Nate Allen Special to the News-Times FAYETTEVILLE - At 5-11, Mason Fine from little Peggs, Okla., was deemed too little to be a major college quarterback by all but one team.

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Junction City faces stern test on road

By Jason Avery News-Times Staff Fresh off of a bye week, Junction City enters its final game prior to starting conference play eager to get the bad taste out of its mouth stemming from a loss to Smackover two weeks ago.

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