(High School Sports ~ 08/23/12)
Trumann, Marked Tree and Harrisburg junior high football teams played a jamboree this past Monday in Trumann. Trumann, Marked Tree and Corning played in senior high action that night too.
Lady 'Cats volleyball off to good start
(High School Sports ~ 08/23/12)
The Trumann Lady Wildcats volleyball team has started the season by winning both their games. They downed Bay this past Monday, 25-23, 25-21, 22-25, 25-16 and Harrisburg this past Tuesday, 21-25, 27-25,25-22, 25-18. In the Bay match, Macey Davis was 27/29 serving with 15 assists, Scarlett Davis had 7 kills, Kelly Guthrie added 6 kills and 10 digs and Hannah Walters finished with 6 kills, 5 digs, 7 aces. Against Harrisburg, Hannah Walters was 22/23 serving with 9 digs and 9 kills, Kelly Guthrie had 6 kills and 8 digs, Morgan Taylor added 7 kills, 4 digs and Macey Davis had 10 assists. The Junior Lady Wildcats split the games winning over Bay and falling to Harrisburg to stand 1-1 on the season.
AGFC votes to remove permanent duck blinds
(Community Sports ~ 08/23/12)
LITTLE ROCK Permanent blinds on two northeastern Arkansas wildlife management areas will be removed before this years waterfowl season. Commissioners with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission unanimously approved a plan to remove the blinds on Big Lake and St. Francis Sunken Lands WMAs. The vote came today during the Commissions monthly meeting. Permanent blinds are not allowed on any of the states other WMAs. Last year, AGFC Director Loren Hitchcock stopped the practice of sportsmen accessing and manipulating habitat on Big Lake, St. Francis Sunken Lands and Dave Donaldson Black River WMAs. The practice is not allowed on any other state WMA. The blind removal plan will allow hunters, who claim a blind, the opportunity to remove the blind and any personal equipment between Aug. 30 and Oct. 14. Hunters would first be required to obtain a blind removal permit from the AGFC. The free permits will be available beginning Aug. 20. To acquire a permit, contact the Jonesboro regional office at 877-972-5438 Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.to 4:30 p.m. The removal process allows specific types of vehicles and equipment to be utilized in the removal process. The permit points out that no habitat degradation will be allowed on the WMAs. Beginning Oct. 15, the AGFC will begin dismantling the blinds. Decoys also will no longer be allowed overnight on the three WMAs. For the 16th consecutive year, Arkansas will have a 60-day hunting season for waterfowl. Duck season will be Nov. 17-Nov. 25, Dec. 6-Dec. 23 and Dec. 26-Jan. 27. The popular youth hunt will be Feb. 2-3. The daily duck bag limit of six will consist of no more than: Four mallards (two hens); Three wood ducks; Two redheads; One black duck; Two pintails; One canvasback; One mottled duck, and Four scaup The Northwest Canada goose zone season will be Sept. 22-Oct. 1 with a bag limit of two. The statewide early Canada goose season will be Sept. 1-15 with a bag limit of five, and the late season will be Nov. 17-Jan. 27 with a bag limit of two. White-fronted goose season will be Nov. 17-Jan. 27 with a bag limit of two. Snow, blue and Ross goose season will be Nov. 3-Jan. 27 with a bag limit of 20. The Goose Conservation Order will be Jan. 28-Feb. 1 and Feb. 4-April 25 with no bag limit.
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