So much for easing your way into a job.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Pottsville back suspended indefinitely Pottsville senior running back Quwillien Porter has been suspended indefinitely by Coach Bryan Rust after being arrested Monday. Porter, 17, faces four felony charges and was still in Pope County Detention Center on $100,000 bond as of Wednesday afternoon, said Sgt. Randell Streeval. Porter is charged as an adult and has a Sept. 10 court date, Streeval said. Rust declined to discuss why Porter was suspended, other than to say he “definitely” would not start the season with the Apaches.
The 18th in a series profiling new additions to the Arkansas football team.
Catcher Jason Kendall needed just two games, three at-bats and two throws to second base to realize he’d had enough.
Fayetteville staked its claim as the best team in Arkansas by winning the Class 7A state title last fall.
Ward ‘wasn’t interested’ in other offers
Jeremy Ward probably has more of an appreciation for being an Arkansas Razorback than the rest of his teammates.
Jake Johnson of Tahlequah, Okla., said he owes his success in golf over the past year to someone he can no longer thank.
Nelson Landaverde wasn’t intimidated when Springdale Coach D.J. Beeler started him for the first time in a game against Fayetteville his freshman year.
Arkansas golfers Summar Roachell of Conway and Madison Talley of Clarksville enter the final round of the KMPG Stacy Lewis Open within striking distance of girls leader Cheyenne Knight at Highlands Golf Course. Three of the seven Arkansas girls entered in the American Junior Golf Association event — Roachell, Talley and Brooke Alford of Marion — made the two-day cut. Roachell is five strokes behind in third at 6-over 150 after an even-par 72; Talley is fourth at 7-over 151 after shooting a secondround 73.
Nearly everyone had trouble breaking par Tuesday in the first round of the inaugural Stacy Lewis Junior Open.