MENA - Arkadelphia opened the game with a 1-0 lead and fought back to tie the game later 5-5 before losing in the bottom of the seventh inning on a walk-off single in the first round of the 7-4A district tournament to the host Mena Bearcats.With one out in the top of the first inning, Mollie Daniel singled to left field. Ashlyn Taylor singled to left-center and both runners moved up on a passed ball.
ASHDOWN - The Arkadelphia Badgers baseball team will enter the 4A-South Region tournament on Thursday as the second seeded team from the 7-4A district tournament. Arkadelphia is slated to play Star City on Thursday afternoon at 5:30 p.m. at Monticello High School.
baseball Martin Couch HORATIO - The Gurdon Go-Devils season came to an end on Thursday afternoon at the 7-3A District Tournament when Genoa Central beat them 10-0.Genoa Central scored one run in the bottom of the first inning and added five more runs in the second and four in the third inning to end the game in the bottom of the fifth.The Go-Devils went down in order in the first two innings until Garret Orsburn got a base hit to center field to start the top of the third inning. Orsburn...
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