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Just-graduated Greene County Tech High School senior Alex Cupp was having what she said was a good day at work when she got a call from her soccer coach Skyler King.

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The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will accept applications for its private land dove hunting program Aug. 1-15 for five private fields throughout the state. The following locations and dates are available for the 2020 hunt drawing:

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Crowley’s Ridge College alumnus Quin Cooper will continue his professional career, moving from the Mediterranean island of Malta to mainland Europe.

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JONESBORO — Former Arkansas State relief pitcher Tyler Zuber, who has spent the last three seasons in the Kansas City Royals Minor League system, made the Opening Day roster for the Major League club.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Wildlife conservation efforts across Arkansas may see a dramatic boost in the near future, thanks to the passage of the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act by the U.S. House of Representatives last week.

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Dove hunters will have more than 300 acres of privately owned farmland available via drawn permit for the early weeks of Arkansas’s 2020 dove season, which opens Saturday, Sept. 5.

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Crowley’s Ridge College baseball’s 2020 signing class grew by three with the addition of Hoxie High School class of 2018 alumni teammates Michael Eppes and Chance Moore. Joining them is Dodd City (Texas) High School’s Zayne Kennon.

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Brady Sterns has signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Williams Baptist University in Walnut Ridge.

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Crowley’s Ridge College Pioneer baseball has been hitting the recruiting trail hard over the past few weeks, paying off with the addition of two utility players who can also spend time as pitchers.

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JONESBORO — Looking to build on the momentum from the most successful season in school history for both the men’s and women’s teams, Arkansas State cross country released their 2020 schedule this week.

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JONESBORO — The Arkansas State baseball program has announced that all Youth Day Camps and Junior High League Camps remain set as scheduled and are currently accepting registration, but the Tommy Raffo High School Prospect Camps have been canceled due to an extension of the NCAA’s recruiting…

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Crowley’s Ridge College Head Coach Brendan Camp has added two more infielders to his roster with the addition of Josh Schmitt and Ian Seidenschwarz to his 2020 signing class.

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JONESBORO, Ark. (6/29/20) – The Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) announced today its 2019-20 All-American Scholars, and Arkansas State placed six student-athletes on the prestigious list to tie the third most in the nation among all NCAA and NAIA institutions.

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The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will host a special virtual roundtable meeting with professionals in the wildlife management and veterinary fields to discuss management strategies and current science involving Chronic Wasting Disease beginning at 8:30 a.m. June 25. The virtual meeting …

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WALNUT RIDGE — The American Midwest Conference Champions of Character Team Award honors one men’s and one women’s team for their exemplary character and sportsmanship on the field, on campus and in the community each year.

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Tristin Wallace, center, with his just-signed paperwork to attend – and play baseball for – North Arkansas College in Harrison. The just-graduated Paragould High School senior, flanked by his parents Bruce and Shannon Wallace, played center field and had a career batting average of .400, acc…

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The 2020 Arkansas Bulldogs 11U Baseball Team is off to a great start this season: Ballard Park Free For All (Tupelo, MS) Runner Up; Case Gold / Silver Ring Spring Season Kickoff (Conway, AR) Champions; 12AA March Madness (Scott City, MO) Champions; Shawnee Park Invitational Ring Event (Cape …

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BATESVILLE — With the resignation of Milton Williams, who served as the head men’s and women’s track & field coach, Lyon College Director of Athletics Kevin Jenkins has named Adam Trausch as the new head coach of both programs.

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LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas turkey hunters will see some major changes in their season next April, all focused to help recover the state’s wild turkey population, which has seen some concerning declines during the last decade.

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Greene County Tech seventh-grade girls volleyball tryouts will be held Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. at Reynolds Gym.

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PARAGOULD — Lady Pioneer head coach Jordan Malone announced the addition of two more local players to her 2021 roster. Wynne High School’s Makayla Waldrep and Three Rivers (Mo.) Community College’s Adrienne Stucker will suit up for the Lady ‘Neers.

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Fishing opportunities in Arkansas are plentiful and diverse, Scott Jones, small impoundment Extension specialist for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, said.

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JONESBORO — The Arkansas State baseball program announced Tuesday that the dates have been set and registration is now open for the 2020 Tommy Raffo baseball camps.

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JONESBORO — Thea Rice, a Hot Springs native who played two seasons at Arkansas, will transfer to Arkansas State and join the team this fall, women’s tennis head coach Kel Lange announced Monday.

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Precautions to limit the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 have forced the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission to cancel the annual fishing derbies held at its five fish hatcheries in June, but anglers throughout the state will still be able to enjoy some quality time chasing catfish.

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JONESBORO — Following a remarkable season by the Arkansas State women’s bowling team, Julia Huren, Taylor Davis, Averi Brown and Montana Meyer received All-Academic recognition, announced by the Southland Bowling League, Wednesday.

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The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has opened the application period to hunt deer on some of the more popular wildlife management areas it manages until July 1.

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