The Mountain Home Lockeroom American Legion baseball team has moved into the finals of the winner's bracket at the American Legion Senior State Tournament at Bryant. The Lockeroom overcame a 5-1 defecit on Sunday to defeat Texarkana 10-5. Mountain ...Read More
The annual Baxter County Razorback Club Golf Tournament was held over the weekend at Big Creek Golf & Country Club in Mountain Home.
The Championship Flight was won by the team of Matt Willott and Robert Hubbard. The A Flight went to Nick Coleman ...Read More
UNDATED (AP) _ In the Texas League yesterday, the Arkansas Travelers beat Tulsa
6-2. The Springfield Cardinals topped the Northwest Arkansas Naturals 5-4.
The Nats and the Travs play Monday night at 7:10 ...Read More
CHICAGO (AP) _ Adam Wainwright pitched seven scoreless innings and Matt
Holliday hit a solo homer to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 1-0 victory and a
series win over the Chicago Cubs on Sunday.
The Cardinals won two of the three games at ...Read More
ST. LOUIS (AP) _ St. Louis Rams players are assigned parking spots outside the
training facility based on seniority, and the roster is so heavy on youth,
quarterback Sam Bradford is close to the front of the line.
At age 26, the first overall ...Read More
The Mountain Home Lockeroom was able to begin action in the Arkansas Senior State Tournament on a winning note. In Saturday's opener at Bryant, the Lockeroom beat up on Jacksonville 9-3.
Mason Smith picked up the victory on the mound. Mason Smith ...Read More
The Mountain Home Hurricanes swim team came home Saturday with another piece of hardware. The Hurricanes were successfully able to defend their South Wind Conference championship at the meet in Paragould. Jonesboro finished second.
A few records ...Read More
JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) Arkansas State has announced that women's basketball coach Brian Boyer has agreed to a new three-year contract.
ASU athletic director Terry Mohajir says Boyer's new contract extends through the 2016-17 season.
ASU went 22-12 ...Read More
The Cardinals snapped their four-game skid as they debuted their new catcher Saturday in Chicago. John Rooney has the Redbird Recap.
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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid is serious about what he has said about competition at the cornerback position. Sean Smith, last year's starter at right cornerback, moved to the second team for the last four days of ...Read More
ST. LOUIS (AP) Robert Quinn set a St. Louis Rams record and led the NFC with 19 sacks last season. The 24-year-old defensive end was second overall in the NFL, a half-sack behind the Colts' Robert Mathis, and also was second in the league with ...Read More
Baseball and swimming make up the local Saturday schedule.
The Mountain Home Lockeroom American Legion baseball team continues postseason play this weekend. The Lockeroom will be in Bryant for the start of the Arkansas Senior State ...Read More
ThinkStock(MONTREAL) -- Tim Clark birdied five of the last eight holes to rally past Jim Furyk and win the RBC Canadian Open at Royal Montreal on Sunday.
Furyk, who entered the day with a three-stroke lead, shot a 1-under 69 Sunday, but Clark's 5-under 65 was enough to edge Furyk by one stroke.
"It looked like Jim wasn't going to make any mistakes," said Clark, who earned his first PGA win since the 2010 Players Championship. "He was pretty solid, so I knew I had to make birdies. At that point, there was nothing to lose. Suddenly I got hot and I went with it."
Clark finishes at 17-under 263, which ties the tournament record for total score set in 1952 by Johnny Palmer.
Dicky Pride shot a 63 Sunday, matching the course record.
(COOPERSTOWN, N.Y.) -- Pitchers Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine, slugger Frank Thomas, and skippers Bobby Cox, Joe Torre and Tony La Russa were all inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame Sunday.
Maddux captured four Cy Young Awards and won 15 or more games for 17 straight seasons. He finishes his 23 season career with 355 wins, a 3.16 ERA, 3,371 strikeouts and a 1.14 WHIP
"I spent 12 years in Chicago, 11 in Atlanta, and both places are very special," Maddux said. "Without the experiences in both cities, I would not be standing here today."
Maddux wasn't the only inductee to serve time in Atlanta. Glavine also pitched with Maddux, winning two CY Young Awards, while Cox coached the team to the 1995 World Series Championship.
"I'm truly humbled to stand here before you," Cox said. "To Tom Glavine and Greg Maddux, and I have to mention the third member of the big three -- John Smoltz -- I can honestly say I would not be standing here if it weren't for you guys."
Thomas finishes his 19 major league seasons with two MVP Awards, a .301 batting average, 521 home runs and 1,704 RBIs.
Torre managed the New York Yankees to six World Series, winning four of them.
La Russa finishes his career third all-time in coaching victories (2,728) and won three World Series titles -- one with the Athletics and two with the Cardinals.
Eliot J. Schechter/MLB Photos via Getty Images(CHICAGO) -- Adam Wainwright pitched seven innings allowing no runs, five hits, and three walks while striking out five to earn his major league-leading 13th win in the St. Louis Cardinals 1-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Sunday.
Wainwright (13-5) bounces back from his last start when he allowed four earned runs in 4 2/3 innings against the Tampa Bay Rays.
"The results usually follow my delivery," said Wainwright, who lowered his ERA to 1.92. "When I control my delivery -- I told you I was gonna get things under wraps -- and get my arm in the right spot, success was following that.
"They hit some balls hard, but we played some great defense and made some pitches when we needed to."
Cubs rookie pitcher Kyle Hendricks was the tough luck loser allowing only one run, a solo homer to outfielder Matt Holliday.
The win puts the Cardinals (56-48) two games behind Milwaukee for first place in the NL Central.
Doug Pensinger/Getty Images(CORTLAND, N.Y.) -- The one thing the New York Jets are not short on during training camp is confidence. Second-year players Geno Smith and Dee Milliner both think they're on the verge of stardom.
In a recent survery compiled by ESPN, Smith was ranked the worst starting quarterback in the NFL, something he plans on changing.
"The thing about it is, you have to climb up," Smith told ESPN.com on Saturday after practice. "If I'm No. 32, by this time next year or the year after, I expect to be in the top 5."
In his rookie year, Smith threw 12 touchdowns compared to 21 interceptions.
Meanwhile, sophomore cornerback Dee Milliner made an even bolder claim.
"The best corner in the league? Me," Milliner told the New York Daily News in an interview Saturday. "I ain't gonna say that somebody else is better than me."
Milliner's rookie season was categorized by many as inconsistent at best. He made 56 tackles in 2013 to go along with three interceptions.
Ronald Martinez/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Omri Caspi is going to where his NBA career began as ESPN is reporting that the veteran forward is nearing a one-year deal with the Sacramento Kings.
In 2009, the Kings drafted Caspi 23rd overall, making him the first Israeli player to be drafted in the first round.
Caspi spent last season with the Houston Rockets, but was dealt recently to the New Orleans Hornets as part of the Omer Asik trade.
The Hornets wound up waiving Caspi, leaving him free to sign with anyone after clearing waivers.
During his five-year career, Caspi has proved to be a reliable option off the bench, even if it's in limted minutes. In 71 games for the Rockets last season, he averaged 6.9 points and 3.7 rebounds per game in 18.1 minutes per game.
Casspi's cap hit for the upcoming season will be $915,243, which help the Kings stay under the tax threshold without being forced to release forward Quincy Acy
NBA via Detoit Pistons(NEW YORK) -- After taking this past year off, former NBA guard Richard Hamilton will pursue a chance to get back into the league.
Now 36-years-old, Hamilton recently spoke David Alacron of HoopsHype, he expressed his desire to play in the NBA again.
"Yeah, yeah. I think for me, personally, I have to see how my body responds after the summer," he said. "I want to play another year and hopefully get an opportunity to play on a team with a chance to win a title."
Hamilton also added that multiple teams have contacted him about his services for next season.
A 14-year NBA veteran, Hamilton spent the 2012-2013 season as a member of the Chicago Bulls. His minutes and points per game were the lowest of his career since his rookie season back in 1999.
For his career though, Hamilton has always been a steady and reliable wing scorer. He averaged 17.1 points per game during his career with the Washington Wizards, Detroit Pistons, and Bulls.