JONESBORO, Ark. – The Arkansas State baseball program announced Monday 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 dead period.
The Redskin Dusters were able to travel following COVID 19 guidelines to the 2020 Kansas State Trap shoot on June 13th and 14th. There were close to 1000 shooters in attendance over the weekend making it the largest state shoot for Kansas in 130 years. We would also like to thank our sponsors for supporting the team.
Recently-graduated Redskin track athletes Brian Lemm and Ali Ward have been named All-State Arkansas Indoor Track & Field Class 4A by the Arkansas Track Coaches Association. Both Lemm and Ward finished last season with several first-place finishes along with setting individual records during the regular track season. At February’s state indoor meet at Fayetteville, Lemm clinched state champion in the 60 meter hurdles while Ward took third in both the 1600 and 3200 meter runs.
The Pocahontas Adult League and Modern Woodmen of American sponsored a Benefit Basketball Tournament for 2 cancer patients—- Lily Godsey and Devin James. The tournament was able to raise a total of $9000 with $4500 going to each child. We want to thank the City of Pocahontas and to each one who worked and/or donated to this event.
POCAHONTAS – All city recreational facilities will remain closed to the public through April 30, Pocahontas Mayor Keith Sutton said Monday. The situation will be reevaluated at that time.