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"First of all I want to thank everyone who keeps the KDQN website updated and not making me wait to find out what is going on at home. My name is Manuel Cisneros I am in the United States Navy I graduated high school this year and I am already on my first deployment right now my ship the USS NIMITZ and we are in the Persian Gulf and well knowing that I have a way to know what is going on at home is great I love Leopard football I didn’t miss a single game while I was in high school, but anyways thank you all...!"
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2014 Spa City Slam 12&Under Champions
High Performance Baseball
 

(front row) Ty Gordon (Nashville), Dillon Ainsworth, Jackson Armstrong (Idabel), O.C. Chandler, Taylor Gourley
(back row) Mack Carver (De Queen), Cameron Lane, Adam Pieratt, Bryson Rhodes, Brody Pennington, Justin Stokes.
 
 
De Queen Lions finished as the runner-up in the 2014 Sevier County Dixie Youth Baseball 8/under Preseason Tournament.

 
Horatio Lions win 2014 12/under Sevier County Dixie Youth Preseason Tourney Championship
 

 

De Queen Lions place 2nd in the 2014 Sevier County Dixie Youth 12/under Tourney.

 

De Queen Lions win 2014 Sevier County Dixie Youth 10/under Preseason Tourney Championship

 

Horatio Lions place 2nd in the 2014 Sevier County Dixie Youth 10/under Tourney.

 
Lady Leopards win 3 out of 4 games in Springhill Tournament
 
 

ANOTHER DAM RUN

The Sevier County Leadership group held their inaugural 5 and 10k run on Saturday, March 15th.  They registered 42 runners and raised $1,500 for scholarships to CCCUA.

 

5K Winners

Overall 5k Winner - Giovanni Huesca 23.39


12 & under
Male
1. Grayson Miller 31.57
Female
1. Emily Garcia 29.51

Age 13-19
Male
1. Giovanni Huesca 23.39
Female
1. Katelyn Wells 28.31
2. Cassady Sharp 29.43

Age 20-29
Female
1. Cheyenne Vanhoose 27.40
2. Jessica Gonzalez 35.22

Age 30-39
Female
1. Sheree Kennedy 31.34

Age 40-49
Male
1. Johnny Billy 31.02
Female
Amanda Garcia 39.30

Age 50-59
Male
1. Don Tsosie 27.51
2. Loren Hinton 30.12
Female
1. Gayla Irvan 37.06
Connie Turpin 37.07

Age 60-69
Female
1. Juanita Williams 44.17

 


10K Winners


Overall 10k Winner - Chet Kennedy 37.50


19 & Under
Male
1. Diego Martinez 38.53

Age 20-29
Male
1. John Flores 54.08
Female
1. Kimber Bennett 61.58

Age 30-39
Male
1. Greg Hale 49.26
2. Tim Billy 60.12
Female
1. Lacey Young 43.11
2. Corinna Soto 44.04
3. Holly Click 54.36
4. Ginger Marshall 54.54

Age 40-49
Male
1. Chet Kennedy 37.50
2. Jason Barker 40.23
3. Rob Cole 48.37

Age 50 & Up
Male
1. Bob Sikes 61.33
 

 
HORATIO HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADERS
 
Left to right top row: Krissy Jeanes, Megan Perez, Aspen Whitlow, Kristen Winer, Sarah Swain, Morgan Brackett, Cheyenne Whitlow, Audrey Smith, and Alisia Gonzalez.
Front Left to right: Chelsey Vanhoose, Shandra Curtis, Ashton Curry, Kynadi Williams, Alexis Gonzalez, and Ellye Jones. And Coach Lindy Brackett

Horatio High School Cheerleaders competed in B² Cheer and Dance Spa
City Classic competition on Saturday, November 23, 2013. Hosted By:
Lake Hamilton High School. Horatio won 3rd in 3A Senior All Girl.

 


 


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BASEBALL/SOFTBALL BROADCAST SCHEDULE
Fri, 3/14 Horatio @ Dierks 4:30 SB
Mon, 3/17 Nashville @ Horatio 4:30 SB
Thur, 3/20 De Queen @ Camden Fairview 4:30 SB
Fri, 3/21 Broken Bow @ Ashdown 4:30 BB
Thur, 3/27 Ashdown @ Horatio 5:00 BB
Fri, 3/28 De Queen @ Ashdown 2:00 BB
Wed, 4/9 Horatio @ De Queen 4:00 SB
Fri. 4/11 Nashville @ Ashdown 4:30 BB
Tue, 4/15 Horatio @ Dierks 4:30 BB
Thur, 4/17 Magnolia @ De Queen 5:00 BB
Wed, 4/23 Nashville @ De Queen 3:30 SB
Fri, 4/25 Camden Fairview @ De Queen 4:30 SB
Mon, 4/28 Nashville @ Dierks   BB
Fri 5/2 Hope @ De Queen 4:30 SB
Mon, 5/5 De Queen @ Magnolia 4:30 BB

 

 

JAKE ARNDT RECEIVES ROTARY CUP

The De Queen Rotary Club named Quarterback Jake Arndt as the 79th recipient of the prestigious Rotary Cup at Wednesday’s noon meeting. The award that dates back to 1936 is given annually to the outstanding senior on the Leopards football team. Besides performance on the field, the Rotary Cup is also based on scholarship, leadership, and participation in other school-related activities.

Arndt led the Leopards in receiving as a junior in 2012 with 20 catches for 346 yards and two touchdowns, before accepting the challenge to change positions to quarterback for his senior season in 2013. Arndt completed 108 passes for 1,209 yards and eight touchdowns during the fall campaign.

Arndt also excels in the classroom with a 3.27 grade point average. He’s involved with the National Honor Society and Future Farmers of America. He also competes in basketball and baseball for the Leopards. After graduation in May, Arndt plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas and pursue a career in physical therapy. Jake is the son of Dennis and Sissy Arndt.

Grant Smith, KDQN analyst on the Leopards broadcasts, presented the award on behalf of the De Queen Rotary Club.

 

The De Queen Bee staff provided a list of past winners of the Rotary Cup:

2012 - Miguel Soria

2011 - Jace Stephens

2010 - John Lee Miller

2009 - Greg White

2008 - Zack Taylor

2007 - Kyle Atkins

2006 - David Lee

2005 - Randy Hayes

2004 - Kirby Atkins

2003 - Trey Williams

2002 - Zach Jones

2001 - Brian McLelland

2000 - Richard Bell

1999 - Joseph Parson

1998 - Justin Powell

1997 - Matt Scott and Drew Williams

1996 - Alan Bender

1995 - Rodney Williams

1994 - Charlie White and Mark Palfreeman

1993 - Brad Patterson

1992 - J. J. Jernegan

1991 - Lance Pinkerton

1990 - John Frachiseur

1989 - Bryan Blackwood

1988 - Rocky Halter

1987 - Wade Thrapp

1986 - Jeff Holcombe

1985 - Greg Hayes

1984 - David Peppers

1983 - DeWayne Pettigrew

1982 - Joe Boyles

1981 - Scott Smith

1980 - Eric Willis

1979 - Jimmy Etzkorn

1978 - Joe Longacre

1977 - Jerry Cobb

1976 - Terry Tutt

1975 - Scott Renfrow

1974 - Greg Miller

1973 - Chuck Barnhill

1972 - Joe Barnhill

1971 - Steve Halter

1970 - Randy Davis

1969 - Dick Van Bebber

1968 - Glen Knod

1967 - Bobby Trammell

1966 - Bill Stainton

1965 - Danny Pike

1964 - Richard Knight

1963 - Bob McKinley

1962 - Tommy Harris

1961 - Jack Suggs

1960 - Jerry Caplinger

1959 - John Whitaker

1958 - James R. Norwood

1957 - Carl Beutelschies

1956 - Lyndall Smith

1955 - Don Hubbard

1954 - Buddy Wesson

1953 - Don Park

1952 - Quinton Taggart

1951 - Buddy Bob Benson

1950 - Jack Humphreys

1949 - Billy Pickens

1948 - Clarence Wilson

1947 - Harold Sunderman

1946 - Harold Brinson

1945 - Paul Lamb

1944 - Dwight Dodson

1943 and 1942 - no award

1941 - Durwood Bourns

1940 - James Williams

1939 - W. L. Hawthorne and Nathan Bourns

1938 - Johnny Kyle

1937 - Watson Hendricks

1936 - Buck Aubrey Jr.