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Page 4B - Malvern Daily Record
Saturday, August 13, 2016
Teeter Young Gunz
Malvern All-Stars (7-8)
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The Teeter Young Gunz traveled to Topeka, Kan. to take part in the 2016 USSSA 14UC National Championship and came away with the title. The Teeter Young Gunz were
undefeated throughout the tournament and allowed just two runs in one of their six
games. In addition to the national championship, pitcher Nikki Schneider earned first
place in the pre-tournament pitching velocity competition and went on to be the Most
Valuable Player of the tournament. Charlye Rowland was named the Defensive MVP of
the tournament. Members of the team include (front l-r) Coach Vaughn Carver, Charlye
Photo by Eric Moore
Rowland, Kaydra Fox, Bradley, Hannah Hunter, Kaitlyn Ohlde, Coaches John Orr and
The Malvern West (7-8 year old) Little League team won the Arkansas state chamTony Hunter. (back l-r): Madison Wilfong, Nikki Schneider, Olivia Orr, Paige Chandler,
pionship in the pitching machine division with a 12-11 come-from-behind win over
Mackenzie Dennis and Maddi Carver. Not pictured are Lorren Austin and Emily McBay.
Bismarck. Malvern West led 7-6 going into the final inning before Bismarck scored
six runs. Malvern West answered with six of their own, with Ethan Ramsey (named
Malvern West’s MVP) bringing home Carson Paul for the winning run. Members of
the team include Kameron Rash, Carter Pulley, Damien Stevens, Kyler Wright, Devon
Juniel, Tanner McJunkins, Carson Paul, Ethan Ramsay, Braxton Nivens, Isaac Tillery,
Aiden Delamar, Jarrett Hathcock and Walker Aaron. The Malvern All-Stars also finished
second in district.
Teeter Wildcats
Bismarck All-Stars (7-8)
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The Teeter Wildcats AAU basketball team finished first in the Hoopplay Tournament in
Bryant. Members of the team include Jarvis Owens, London Florence, Delvyn Culp,
Marquis Stuart, Patrick Davis, Javonte Brown, Andre Lutton, Alex Scott, DeAndre Burton. The head coach is Charles Owens and he is assisted by Henry Florence.
Troublemakers 07
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The Bismarck 7-8 year old All-Stars show off their Little League District championship trophy after defeating Malvern West. Members of the team include Jack Tugwell,
Corbin Bahr, Mikey Stephenson, Tyler Abernathy, Preston Hughes, Brody Allen, Trey
Smith, Bricen Copeland, Remy Walton, Michael Maranto and Blake Cranford. The MVP
was Preston Hughes, the Golden Glove Award went to Corbin Bahr and the Attitude is
Everything Award went to Bricen Copeland. Bismarck went on to finish second in the
state tournament.
Troublemakers 05/06
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The Troublemakers 07 softball team, sponsored by Modern Care, Western Sizzlin,
Craig’s Bar-B-Que, H&T Mill Truss, Cotton Boll Cafe, EVRAZ, Robert’s Locks and NIX
Screw Machine recently won the 8 and under machine pitch C Class State Championship, finishing the spring season with a record of 35-7. The team consists of (front
l-r) Sophie Roark, Jenny Joynt, Maddie Fulmer, Reese Dedman, Alexis Jenkins, Cara
Comerma, (middle l-r) Kayleigh Draper, Avery Fikes, Sophie Davis, Micah Cook, Emily
Minge and Madi Kate Nearhood.
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The Troublemakers 05/06 softball team won the Live Arm District 6 Championship. The
team, which is sponsored by Modern Care, Western Sizzlin, Robert’s Locks, Craigs
Bar-B-Que & Fish and Cotton Boll Cafe is managed by Mark Minge. His coaches are
Justin Roseberry, Blake Bailey, Matt Smith, Danny Davis, Jett Burnett and Chris Jones.
Members of the team include (front l-r) Isabella Roseberry, Kelssi Davis, Lainee Burnett, Madysn Smith, (back l-r) Lacy Crow, Raley Jones, Katelyn Minge, Makayla Gentry,
Kennedy Bailey and Bailee Bozeman.
Saturday, August 13, 2016
NSMP Mayhem
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Allen Tillery Chevrolet Leopards
Photo by Eric Moore
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The NSMP Mayhem were the champions of the Major League Division of Malvern
Youth Little League. The team was recognized at a ceremony at the Bank of the Ozarks
Stage at the end of the season. The Mayhem are managed by Sean Wise and coaches
include Phillip Robinson and David Dickey. Team members are Lee Barela Jr., Noah
Beene, Brayden Campbell, Payton Cate, Cody Dickey, Taggart Haynes, Carter Martin,
Ethan Robinson, Johnathan Robinson, Buddy Stiles, Briar Williams and Jase Wise.
The winners of the Pitching Machine Division of the Malvern Youth Little League were
the Allen Tillery Chevrolet Leopards, who were recognized with medals at a ceremony
at the Bank of the Ozarks Stage following the 2016 season. The manager of the Leopards is Justin Pulley, who was assisted by coaches Scott Wright, George Hathcock and
Justin Rash. Team members include Derrick Amos, Nicholas Applegarth, Davis Black,
Lucas Coffey, Jarrett Hathcock, Tyler Kuhn, Parker Maddox, Carter Pulley, Kameron
Rash, Hunter Robinson and Kyler Wright.
Danny Hedges Yankees Michael Herrington
Insurance Lil Farmers
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The Danny Hedges Yankees came away as champions of the Malvern Youth Little
League’s Minor League Division with a 10-4 win over the Lono Country Corner Smokin
Aces in the season finale. The Yankees are managed by Danny Hedges and the coaches are Jeff Marks and Amy Jones. Team members include Maddox Allen, Sebastian
Brown, Cameron Gentry, Peyton Hedges, Connor Hurley, Connor Jackson, Cy Jones,
Kelan Juniel, Julius McClellan and Grant Wright.
Malvern All-Stars (9-10)
The Michael Herrington Insurance Lil Farmers took home first place at the Boys & Girls
Club T-Ball Tournament with a win over the Edward Jones Bulls. The Lil Farmers are
coached by Josh Wilson, Reed Hodges and Brad Mabry and team members include
Landrie Crutchfield, Lyza Crutchfield, Bentley Harlan, Callan Hignight, Trevor Hodges,
Carson Looney, Colton Mabry, Royce Pierce, Dylan Ross, Lily Ross and Jace Wilson.
Poyen Dirty Sox
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The Malvern Youth Little League All-Stars won the District 1 Championship at the Arkadelphia Youth Sports Complex with an 18-1, four-inning victory over Bismarck while
giving up just one hit. In the tournament, Malvern went undefeated and outscored their
opponents 42-4. Members of the team include Julius McClellan, Cy Jones, Brady Huneycutt, Dyelon Caradine, Tristian Miles, Ethan Martin, Heath Ballance, Kieston Biggs,
Jalen Dupree, Jaison DeLamar, Evan Myers, Tyler Golden and Kealen Juniel. They went
on to finish as runners-up at the state tournament.
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Softball State Champions
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The Poyen Dirty Sox 15 and Under AABA baseball team, consisting of (front l-r) Zach
Klein, Lance Austin, (back l-r) Pablo Conde, Hunter Evans, Carson Priebe, Dustin
Langley, Daniel Ellison, Hunter Murray, Hunter Neal, Justin Myer, Layton Austin, Lane
Austin, Juan Conde and Chase Sprouse, won the Poyen AABA League. The coaches
for the Poyen Dirty Sox are John Priebe, Brandon Klein, Brad Austin and Willie Klein.
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Saturday, August 13, 2016
Acme Brick Black Cats Malvern All-Stars (11-12)
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The Acme Brick Black Cats (Magnet Cove) American Legion baseball team pose with
their runner-up trophy after falling to Cabot 4-3 in 10 innings in the championship game
of the AA State Tournament in Sheridan. The team is managed by Danny Spadoni,
who is assisted by Kurt Wasson, Sean Rednour and Steve Bolin. Members of the team
include Jarrett Austin, Justin McKim, Zac Rednour, Hunter Dickey, Brandon Stovall,
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Josh Smeltzer, Korey Wasson, Noah Lankford, Braxton Bailey, J.T. Higdon, Lane Bolin,
Ethan Bates, Cade Asher, Ben Slate, Haynes Connor and Alex Volz. The Black Cats be- The Malvern Youth Little League All-Stars (11 and 12-year-old) finished second in the
came the first team to make it to the state championship game in its inaugural season. district tournament held at the Arkadelphia Youth Sports Complex. Members of the
team include Trevon Brush, Donta Cagle, Tyson Cooper, Cody Dickey, Kinnin Dobbs,
Gavin Frye, Tagg Haynes, Jacoby Lock, Carter Martin, Logan Paul, Dakota Robbins,
Owen Tillery and Dalen Weaver. They are managed by Phillip Jimerson, who is assisted
by coaches Steve Paul and Mike Tillery.
Bad News Bears
Poyen Lightning
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The Poyen Bad News Bears 6 and under team finished in second place in their district
and qualified for the state tournament. The team consists of (front l-r) Blayton Puckett,
Korbin Rushing, Mason Camp, Caylee Puckett, Lawson Riley, Drynan Gregory, (middle
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l-r) Tyler Hebert, Noah Puckett, Kaden Rushing, Hayden Murray, Brayden Davidson,
Maddox Young, (not pictured is Sam Burdess), (back l-r) coaches Justin Camp, Jeff
The Poyen Lightning baseball team finished second in its district and advanced to the
Young and Colby Rushing.
state tournament. Members of the team include (front l-r) Ethan Parrault, Holt Carder,
Austin Harness, Beau Edwards, Layton Russell, Sutter Speer (middle l-r) Colt Barrett,
Phalcon Chaney, Slayde Jones, Karter Felty, Trenton Russell and Brody Walker. The
Lightning is coached by James Russell, Joe Felty and Brian Speer.
Bismarck All-Stars (9-10)
Edward Jones Bulls
Photo by Eric Moore
The Bismarck All-Stars finished as runners-up in the District 1 9-10 year old tournament, held at the Arkadelphia Youth Sports Complex. Bismarck put on an offensive
display against South Arkansas to earn their spot in the finals and their only losses in the tournament came to the eventual champions (Malvern). Members of the
team include Caleb Shultz, Larson Fowler, Bradley Abernathy, Trey Cox, Malachi
Stephenson, Riley Tuttle, Kaiden Bahr, Tony Weeks, Lucas Chapman and Dalton
Daniels. The Golden Glove Award went to Abernathy and Tuttle received the Attitude is Everything Award.
The second-place finish
secured Bismarck a spot
in the state tournament,
which will was held in Bryant.
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The Edward Jones Bulls finished second in the T-Ball Tournament at the Boys & Girls
Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County. The Bulls are coached by Gerald Black, Jenna
Hanscom and Ramon Moore and members of the team include Taryn Black, Jaecelyn
Chadwick, Gavin Erwin, Hayden Hanscom, Sarah Kinny, Carmen Lealie, Rachard Matlock, Nehemiah Milton and Kyron Moore.
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