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Mustang Monitor, May 12th

Greetings all for a state tournament update,

It was a good day to be a Mustang with the following results:
Mustang Soccer defeated Episcopal Collegiate, 3-1 and will face Green Forest, who defeated Heber Springs, 3-2, in quarterfinal action Friday at 12:00

Lady Mustang Soccer defeated Monticello, 6-0 and will face Shiloh Christian, a 4-1 winner over St Joseph, in a quarterfinal match Friday at 2:00 pm.

Soccer Note:  I apologize for a hyperlink error which led many to the Harrison baseball complex.  The hyperlink on the Weekly Schedule is now correct and has be checked.

The Baseball Mustangs will face Crossett, a 3-2 winner in extra innings over Pottsville, Friday in Ashdown.  Game time is set for 12:30 pm.  There is some construction on I-30 near Hope, one lane!; potential delays.  Plan accordingly.

To complete this edition; a Mustang Mountain Shout Out to our End of the Year Athletic Award recipients.  These great student athletes were recognized in chapel on Tuesday.

Scholar Athlete of the Year – Josie Bates.  Bates, CAC’s salutatorian, has a 4.++ GPA!! And lettered in volleyball, basketball and soccer.

Mustang Spirit Award (Girl) – Josie Bates.  Coach Q spoke quite highly of Josie for  her leadership and example in her team participation.

Mustang Spirit Award (Boy) – Shane Almond.  Almond was a team leader in wrestling and soccer (4 years) and football.  A great example to follow.

Cheerleader of the Year – Anna Grace Shields – a 3 year varsity cheerleader, named All America in summer camps and will be continuing her cheer pursuits at Harding University

Athlete of the Year (Girl) – Bailey Zini – A multi-year letterman in both volleyball and softball; named all conference and all state in both sports.  Zini will pursue softball while attending Williams Baptist College.

Athletic of the Year (Boy) – Landon Stevenson – A great contributor in football and baseball.  All conference and all state in football at middle linebacker.  Will continue playing football at SAU in Magnolia.

Congrats to all and their families for a ton of great memories and accomplishments.  We are proud of you!

FYI, two more days of regular school for grades 9 – 11.  That means usual hours and usual dress code AND attendance will be taken Friday and Monday.  The testing schedule (here) will take effect on Tuesday.  Tuesday – Thursday will be Spirit Days.  Lunch will be served Friday and Monday but WILL NOT BE SERVED TUESDAY – THURSDAY.  Student should bring lunch on testing days.

For more information about the remaining days, contact me (email) or Jordan Collier (

Enough for now.  Hang in there, just a bit left but some outstanding action remains.  Look for updates and result on Twitter with another Mustang Monitor tomorrow evening.

Doug Killgore