Friday, December 01, 2017

SPORTS STORY>>Lady Badgers control Bears

Leader sports editor

Beebe and Sylvan Hills are in two different regular-season conferences, but the same postseason conference, which means their nonconference matchup Tuesday at Badger Arena would have an impact on postseason seedings.

It was supposed to be a matchup of two of the top teams, but it was all Beebe as the Lady Badgers won 56-43.

“It wasn’t a particularly entertaining performance by either team. Sylvan Hills shot the ball horribly and Beebe committed 27 turnovers. There were also lots of fouls and free throws stifling the action, but Beebe coach Greg Richey will take the win.

“Defensively, I thought we did a good job the whole game,” said Richey. “We gave up a few too many offensive rebounds in the second half, but overall I was pleased with the defense. Offensively, we moved the ball really well early and created open shots, but we got a little sloppy in the second half. We definitely have to work on taking better care of the basketball.”

Sylvan Hills had some open shots in the first half as well, but were dismal from the floor the entire game. The Lady Bears finished the game hitting 11 of 52 shot attempts (21 percent).

That included missing their first nine in a row while Beebe built a 10-2 lead with two minutes left in the first quarter. Sylvan Hills added four free throws from that point to pull within four, but then left Jacolby Williams unguarded at the buzzer, and she nailed a 3-pointer for a 13-6 lead going into the second.

It was Beebe’s first game with everyone on the roster, but they weren’t all full strength and they didn’t all play very long. Libbie Hill, the team’s leading scorer from last year, started for the first time, but got in early foul trouble and played only a few total minutes before fouling out.

She got her third foul less than three minutes into the second quarter, but Beebe began to dominate anyway. Senior Katie Turner made some outstanding moves inside to either score or create wide open shots for fellow post player Hannah Gammill. Those two combined for 10 points in the second period alone, while junior guard Marianna Richey added seven more, including a 3-pointer with 2:04 on the clock that put Beebe up 26-9.

Both teams scored six points before halftime to make it 32-15 at the break.

Williams scored the first basket of the second half to make it a 19-point lead, and it grew to as much as 22 before the Lady Bears began to chip away.

Beebe (3-1) led 47-26 at the start of the fourth quarter, but Turner picked up her fourth and fifth fouls in a one-minute span in the fourth quarter, and Sylvan Hills began to chip away.

Sylvan Hills (2-2) had a chance to get within single digits after Beebe missed two free throws with 2:20 to play, but the Lady Bears lost the ball out of bounds, preserving a 51-40 lead.

After a 1-of-2 trip to the line by Beebe, Sylvan Hills’ Alana Canady scored to make it 52-42 with 1:42 to play, but that was as close as the Lady Bears would get.

Turner led all scorers with 14 points and was one of three players with seven rebounds, despite fouling out so early. Gammill finished with 12 points and seven rebounds. Richey added 12 points and Williams scored 10 for Beebe. Hill scored seven in her limited action and added five assists.

Jayla Bell led the Lady Bears with 11 points and seven boards. Aaliyah Bynum came off the bench to drop in 10 for Sylvan Hills. Beebe held Canady, a Division I signee, to just six points one 1 of 13 shooting, and three rebounds.

“We were focusing on her, of course,” Richey said. “We wanted to make it difficult for her and I think we frustrated her a little bit because she also missed some open ones that helped us out a lot. Like I said, I think we did a pretty good job defensively.”

SPORTS STORY>>Postless Titans fall to speedy Pine Bluff

Leader sports editor

In a game that required strong inside play to have any chance, Jacksonville was without both its starting post players, and still almost pulled off an upset. Ultimately, the Pine Bluff Zebras were able to escape with a 54-48 victory over the Titans on Tuesday at PBHS.

The Titans are also still without their head coach, Vic Joyner, who had an unscheduled surgery last Monday. Assistant coach Brandon Weems has taken over in the interim, and devised a strategy to beat the streaking Zebras that almost worked.

“I saw when they beat Conway that everything goes through their big man,” said Weems. “They want a lot of paint touches and everything usually goes through him. So we decided to play some zone and try to limit his touches.”

Without his two returning starters inside, Weems turned to a pair of freshmen, cousins R.J. and Jordan Maxwell to play the four and five spots respectively. He was very pleased with their effort.

“We asked two freshmen to step up and play strong defense against a big strong guy,” Weems said. “They did that. I was very proud of their effort, especially Jordan who had to battle him down low. Those two impressed me. We know they can play. That’s why they’re up on varsity. R.J. is going to be a scorer. Jordan can score. To step up and play defense like that showed a lot more.”

Jacksonville built a 10-point lead in the first quarter, and maintained about that margin until just before halftime. That’s when Pine Bluff got hot from outside and made it an even game the rest of the way.

“They’re not a great shooting team, but they can get hot and you expect them to shoot better at home,” Weems said.

Pine Bluff led by two with about 90 seconds remaining, and Weems switched to a man defense to keep the Zebras from running out the clock.

The Titans couldn’t get a game-tying bucket to fall, and was forced to foul. Pine Bluff made the free throws down the stretch to pull out the victory.

The loss drops Jacksonville to 1-3 this season, but Weems was still pleased with what he saw as a lot of progress from the first three games.

“I told them I’d rather have the effort that lost this one over the one that beat Monticello by 20,” Weems said.

Jacksonville has nine-consecutive days off before beginning play in the Fayetteville tournament next Thursday. The layoff comes at just the right time, according to Weems.

“Well Joe (Phillips) still has his foot issue and we lost Mike (Terry) in practice. He hurt his knee so we’re waiting to see exactly what his injury is. I don’t usually like these long stretches but it kind of works out for us this time.”

The Titans open play at Fayetteville on Thursday against the hosting Bulldogs.

SPORTS STORY>>Beebe holds back Hillside

Leader sports editor

A 17-point lead slipped away, but victory did not for the Beebe boys’ basketball team. The Badgers kept their composure in the face of a furious comeback to beat Sylvan Hills 46-42 for their first victory of the season Tuesday at Badger Arena.

Free throws were the only thing that kept Sylvan Hills within striking distance throughout the first half. The Bears started two freshmen, and the Beebe defense harassed them heavily. But that aggression also caused the fouls to pile up quickly. Sylvan Hills was in the bonus with 1:43 still left in the first quarter, and made their free throws.

The Bears didn’t make a shot from the floor until Demetrius Torrence’s 3-pointer with 2:58 left in the first quarter, and it tied the game at 9-9.

Beebe led 13-11 at the end of the first quarter, and then clamped down even tighter on defense. The Badgers opened the second period with a 13-0 run and didn’t allow the Bears to score again until less than three minutes to go in the half.

Sylvan Hills had only one basket until freshman point guard Caleb Campbell scored with 1:10 left in the half to make the score 27-15, and that was the second and last basket of the half for the Bears.

Sylvan Hills went 2 for 20 from the floor in the first half. Beebe added a 3-pointer by Lance Grey to take a 30-15 lead into the locker room.

The Bears got it to start the third period, but missed. Beebe’s D’Andre Butler and E.J. Smith beat everybody to the other end of the floor, and Smith took a Butler pass to give Beebe its largest lead of the game at 32-15.

That’s where everything changed.

The whole game reversed at that point. Sylvan Hills, which had played zone most of the game, made the unorthodox move for a team down by 17, and packed the zone in even tighter.

Beebe tried to take advantage by holding the ball, and the Bears seemed content to let it happen, much to the chagrin of some vocal fans on the visitors’ side. But Bear coach Kevin Davis had a plan, and it got his team back into the game.

After a long stretch of no action, the Bears attacked with matchups and traps out of the zone, and Beebe did not handle it well. That sparked a Sylvan Hills run coupled with a long scoreless drought for Beebe.

Smith’s bucket 30 seconds into the third quarter was Beebe’s only points of that period. Sylvan Hills finally started making some shots, and were within 32-27 by the start of the fourth quarter.

The run didn’t stop there. Campbell got a steal to start the fourth quarter and made 1 of 2 free throws. Zion Butler then got a steal and passed to Jordan Rainey for a 16-foot jumper from the baseline. That forced a timeout by Beebe coach Ryan Marshall, but out of the break, the Badgers couldn’t get across the half-court line before 10 seconds.

Campbell was fouled again on the ensuing possession, but missed the front end of a 1-and-1 trip to the line. The Badgers finally broke a nearly 10-minute drought when Beebe’s D’Andre Butler scored and was fouled with 5:49 left in the game. His free throw put Beebe up 35-30.

Foul trouble then began to catch up to Sylvan Hills. The team’s only two seniors and only two players with any varsity experience from a year ago, Zion Butler and post player Alex Curry, both fouled out within 47 seconds of each other, and both with more than half of the fourth quarter left to play.

But Rainey made a 3-pointer that pulled Sylvan Hills to within 35-34 with 4:28 left. D’Andre Butler then made 1 of 2 with 3:18 to go to make it 36-34.

Campbell followed by missing the front end of another 1-and-1 with 2:48 to play, and suddenly the game became a blistering-paced, back-and-forth affair.

Grey hit a transition bucket and Campbell answered back immediately. Jarron Harriott then got a steal and scored before D’Andre Butler and Smith hooked up again. Sylvan Hills freshman Jalen Ricks answered that basket and when the dust settled, the score was 40-40 with 2:01 to go.

After a series of misses by both teams, Campbell made two free throws to give the Bears their first lead of the game with 1:11 left, but they were Sylvan Hills’ final points.

Smith made one foul shot before the Bears were called for over and back at midcourt. Trey Williams then hit two free throws for a 43-42 Badger lead.

Ricks then missed a running floater and Grey got the rebound. Butler went back to the line to make 1 of 2 before Smith forced Campbell into a turnover with 21 seconds to go. Williams went back to the line with 13 tics remaining and made both shots to set the final margin.

D’Andre Butler was the only player in double digits with 22 points. Smith finished with seven points and seven rebounds for Beebe. Ricks and Curry each had eight points for Sylvan Hills. Campbell scored seven while Zion Butler had six points and a game-high eight rebounds.

Beebe played in the Potts-ville tournament this weekend while Sylvan Hills took part in the Trojan ESPN Showcase in Hot Springs. Look for information on both of those events in Wednesday’s edition of The Leader.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

OBITUARIES >> 11-29-17


Charles Tyjuan Ingram, 53, passed away on Nov. 24 in Jacksonville.

He was born on Jan. 29, 1964, in Drew County to Charlie Ingram and Elizabeth Wright Ingram.

He grew up in Wilmar and graduated with honors from Wilmar High School. He attended College at the Ozarks, where he played basketball. Shortly thereafter, he joined the Air Force and then continued his college education, ultimately obtaining his master’s degree in human resource management at Park University.

Charles, also known as Chuck or Charlie, had such a dynamic personality and was loved by anyone who had the luck of meeting him.

Charles has been happily married to his wife, Jennifer, Ingram, for 16 years. They have three beautiful children, Aubree, Asayla and Cabrion. Nothing brought greater joy to him than spending time with his family. He enjoyed fishing, his fur babies, basketball, music and teaching.

Charles was a proud service member of 22 years and continued to serve the Air Force through the civil service following his retirement in 2009 as a master sergeant.

He received numerous awards and certificates. He enjoyed mentoring and spending time with his airmen and 1Charleys.

In this past year, he and his family became fierce warriors for ALS awareness and finding a cure. #TEAMINGRAM forever!

It always brought him great joy to see his GHC Family or “The Fellas.” They couldn’t resist the opportunity to throw down on some bones.

Charles leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife and soul mate, Jennifer; son Cabrion; daughters, Asayla and Aubree of Jacksonville; a sister, Janice and husband Fred White of Crossett; a brother, Marcus and wife Daphne Ingram of Wake Forest, N.C.; a brother, Demetrick “Bam” Ingram of Wilmar, countless beloved cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, in-laws, 1Charleys and GHC.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, father and several close cousins.

Visitation will be held from 6 till 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30 at Second Baptist Church, 1117 N. James St., Jacksonville, Ark. 72076.

The funeral with full military honors will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 1 at Second Baptist Church in Jacksonville. Burial will be at Chapel Hill Memorial Park, 1504 N. JP Wright Loop Road in Jacksonville.

We know that nothing will ever replace our Charles, Charlie, Chuck. However, we will seek comfort in the precious moments and memories we had the pleasure of sharing with him and know that he is now healed in Heaven. May he forever rest in peace with The Lord.

Arrangements are by Moore’s Jacksonville Funeral Home, 501-982-2136,

EVENTS >> 11-29-17


The Jacksonville Rotary and Sertoma clubs have kicked off their annual Civics for Kids as a Christmas drive to ensure Jacksonville elementary students have a happy holiday.

The civic groups are seeking monetary donations to pay for the gifts through Thursday. To make a contribution, call Ron McDaniel at 501-590-0183.

Students in pre-K through fifth-grade who attend Homer Adkins, Dupree, Tolleson, Taylor, Bayou Meto, Pinewood, Lighthouse Charter School and the Arkansas School for the Deaf will be given Christmas presents from the clubs.

“Gifts will be distributed by school counselors and staff to the families in need who otherwise might not have much of a Christmas,” according to the announcement.

The public is invited to attend the Sertoma Club’s weekly meetings at noon Wednesdays at Southern Oaks Country Club.


Organizers of the Cabot School District’s Christmas for Kids toy drive are asking the public to donate new toys or make monetary donations to help buy new toys so that local kids can have a happy Christmas. The program will accept donations through Dec. 17.

There are boxes at all Cabot public schools to drop off toys. Toys can also be dropped off at Centennial Bank, Fred’s, Dixie Café and Dollar General in Cabot and Ward.

To sponsor a family or to bring a family in need to the attention of Christmas for Kids, call Terena Woodruff at 501-843-3363, ext. 1029.

Checks can be mailed to Christmas for Kids, care of Bill Holden, 100 Gunsmoke Drive, Austin, Ark. 72007.

Families who need assistance this year with food or toys, are asked to visit Recipients must live in the Cabot School District area to be eligible.

To arrange for donated toys to be picked up, call Bill Holden or Rita Stewart at 501-743-3560.

Toys may also be brought to any elementary school in the Cabot Public School District today through Dec. 19 or leave a message for Shelley Montoya at 501-286-8912.


The Lonoke County Christmas Coalition is collecting monetary donations to provide toys and food for 98 families in need with about 350 children.

The group asks checks be sent to Lonoke County Christmas Coalition, P.O. Box 534, Lonoke, Ark. 72086 or hand delivered to Debbie Atkins at the Lonoke Banking Center.

“Even though it is November, we have to begin now to make sure that all of the children are taken care of when December arrives. As in the past, we will have our red and green ‘angel cards’ on the trees in area merchant locations with some of their Christmas wishes. We also depend on donations to help the coalition take care of the child-ren that remain on the trees,” according to the announcement.

To sponsor a child, call Atkins at 501-676-5400 or Beth Wright at 501-676-3106 or Michelle Knox at 501-676-3113, ext. 109.


Mission Jacksonville Community Outreach will hold a Christmas celebration in Galloway Park from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. Saturday. Children can get free haircuts, and free canned goods will be distributed.


Jacksonville VFW Post 4548, 674 Old Hwy. 67, will hold a Christmas party for children from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9. There will be food, games, crafts and a visit from Santa.


Retired employees of Franklin Electric will hold their annual Christmas party at 1 p.m. Monday, Dec. 4 at Barnhill’s Steaks and Buffet, 500 Gregory St. in Jacksonville.


The Housing, Educational, Learning Program, a Cabot-area homeless-outreach group known as HELP, will meet at 10 a.m. today at the American Legion Post, 114 N. First St. in Cabot.

For more information, call Allen Miller at 501-203-5715.

The ham-radio club STARS will hold classes by Steve Moore with the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management from 9 a.m. till 4 p.m. Dec. 16, Jan. 20 and Feb. 17. Anyone can attend. They’ll be held at the American Legion Post 71.

STARS Club will hold its Christmas party at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14 at El Paso Community Center. Guests are asked to bring side dishes. There will be a raffle for 4 DMR radios.

For more information about the programs, email Gordon Miller at

The ham-radio club is part of the Criswell Robinson American Legion Post 71 in Cabot, which will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14. A meal will be served at 6 p.m. before the meeting.

For more information, call 501-203-5715.


The 20th annual Santa Shack at Walmart in Cabot is open now through Dec. 23. Its hours are 6-8 p.m. Fridays; 9-11 a.m., noon-2 p.m., 3-5 p.m., 6-8 p.m. Saturdays; noon-2 p.m., 3-5 p.m. Sundays; 1-3 p.m. and 4-6 p.m. Monday-Friday from Dec. 19-Dec. 23.

Kids can have their pictures taken with Santa, get a candy cane and tell him what they want for Christmas.



Cabot Civitan meetings are held at 6 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of each month at First Security Bank in downtown Cabot. The Civitan Club helps physically and mentally challenged people with various needs. For more information, call Peggy Doyle 501-454-8724.


The Word of Life Worship Center in Jacksonville will hold a free community Christmas dinner from noon till 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 23. Dine-in and carry-out service will be available.

The church is at 607 N. First St.

CLASSIFIEDS >> 11-29-17


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2009 YAMAHA 650 Classic Star, less than 100 actual miles, beautiful, $3,800. (501) 259-2523.


6’ GRADER blade for tractor, 3-point hitch, $250. (501) 676-2952.


3 CHAINLINK fence dog pens, $200 for all. No checks. (501) 676-6929.

STAIRS FOR small dog or cat, 4 steps, reg. $35. Asking $15. (501) 983-4168, Jax.

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DOG HOUSE for medium size dog, heavy molded plastic, pd. $60, asking $25 obo. (501) 454-7411.

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SADDLE, 15” seat, American made, $300. (501) 983-1445.

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LARGE BLACK metal dog training cage, like new, $40. metal pet gate w/puppy door, $30. (501) 255-4186.

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KOHLER PORCELAIN dbl. kitchen sink w/Delta brass fixtures, $100. (501) 843-5376.

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EXTRA LARGE recliner, good condition, $40. (501) 676-5851, Lonoke.

WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER, ice maker, white, 21.7 cu. ft. and Kenmore upright frostless freezer. 258-3631.

LG WASHER and dryer matched set, white, used, works, $490. (501) 944-5346.


For Lease - West Main, Jacksonville, AR. 2 available. $600 per month. Perfect for Small Café, Gift Shop, Hair Salon, Spa/Massage, Flower shop, etc. Call 501-743-6803.


IN BEEBE: very nice, 2 Bedroom/2 Bath apartments. All utilities paid including basic cable. Washer and dryer furnished. $750 month. Twin Lakes Apartments. Call Lisa at 278-0498.

DUPLEX FOR rent. 3635 and 3637 Hwy. 367, Austin. 1200 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, fenced backyards. (501) 590-2438.

CABOT RENT house: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, completely remodeled inside, close to all schools, $795 month. (501) 743-9107.

QUIET, COUNTRY setting, completely renovated, large 2 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, large deck, attached garage, 1/2 acre yard. No pets, no smokers, $750 month +$500 security deposit. For information, call (501) 733-5712 or (501) 416-9128.

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, doublewide in country on White Ln., Cabot School district, large yard, $650 month, $650 deposit, no house pets, 1 year lease. (501) 605-3997.

1105 LEHMAN Dr., Jacksonville: beautiful modern house, great neighborhood, fully remodeled. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom, spacious kitchen (brand new stove, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher) new floorboards throughout the house, automatic garage door, fenced backyard, $990 month (negotiable). (501) 596-2700.


Have a title to your Car, Boat, or Mobile home? Get a new home with any trade-in! Call 501-653-3205.

Must sell Single wide. $5000. Needs to be moved. 501-653-3201.

SPORTS EVENTS >> 12-2-17


Tampa Bay Buccaneer Clinton McDonald’s 6th annual Iron Sharpens Iron Youth Football and Cheerleading Camp is set for April 6 and 7 of 2018, but will now include a week of events. It starts on April 2 with Motivational Monday, in which McDonald will visit Murrell Taylor Elementary School. Give-back Tuesday follows with a visit to and fundraising effort for Ronald McDonald House. Wednesday is Bowliing with the Pros, as other professional players, including JHS graduate Demetrius Harris or the Kansas City Chiefs, will go bowling as well as take pictures and sign autographs for fans. Thursday is the fundraiser golf tournament at The Greens at North Hills. Friday is Family and Friends Fun Day at Jacksonville High School, and Saturday will be the football and cheer camp in which young athletes get training from multiple NFL and professional athletes.

Sponsorships and donation opportunities are available. For more information on sponsorships, call Dominique at 501-773-9017, or email For camp information, visit