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PHS Rams hand out fall sports awards

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Winners of Paragould football awards for 2017 included (from left): Zane Clark, Trent Teager, Jose Perez, Micheal Dixon, Tyler Rosten, Zach Lee, Brian Bermudez and Christian Rodriguez.

Daily Press staff
Daily Press staff
Paragould High School announced the winners of its athletic awards at the 2017 Fall Sports Banquet on Tuesday night at the Paragould Community Center.
PHS student-athletes were recognized for . . .

Eagles fly by Pioneers 77-32

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The Greene County Tech Eagles rolled past Batesville at home on Tuesday night in non-conference play, 77-32.
The Eagles were dialed in from beyond the arc drilling 15 3-pointers in the ballgame.
GCT soared out . . .

CRC signs pitcher for next season

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The Crowley's Ridge College Pioneer baseball coaching staff announced it has signed Hunter Taylor from East Poinsett County High School for the 2018-19 season.
Taylor is an All-Conference pitcher and first . . .

PJHS girls edge MacArthur in OT

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Paragould Junior High's Taylor Symons (24) brings the ball upcourt in a game earlier season at Marion. The Junior Lady Rams topped MacArthur in overtime Monday night at home.

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Paragould's junior girls outlasted MacArthur 33-31 in overtime at home Monday night.
Ally Formon paced Paragould with 13 points.
Aiding the win were Paige Glenn and Carson Defries with six each, Olivia Hancock . . .

GCT jr. girls drop road game

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MOUNTAIN HOME -- Mountain Home slipped past Greene County Tech 50-47 in overtime in junior high basketball action Monday night.
The Eagles fell to 6-4 on the year despite Brooke Barnes' 19 points.
Brianna Foster . . .

Hot-shooting Bay too much for MHS

Marmaduke's Austin McCoy (left) drives by Bay's Dax Gipson at home on Tuesday night. The Greyhounds lost to the Yellowjackets, 59-50. Cole Turbeville / Daily Press

By Cole Turbeville cturbeville@paragoulddailypress.com
The Marmaduke Greyhounds couldn't mount a second half comeback on Tuesday night at home in a 59-50 loss to Bay.
The Greyhounds trailed by a many as 13 in the second half and . . .