The Lady Badgers Basketball Team is hosting a Bingo night beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 26, at the Arkadelphia High School cafeteria.
What began as a temporary addition to the uniform for games scheduled during the week of St. Patrick’s Day has turned into a permanent addition to the Arkadelphia Badger baseball uniform even into this week’s 4A State Baseball Tournament in Nashville.
Arkadelphia Public Schools will finance the $856,356 project, said Jimmy King, the school district’s director of support services.
Calling it the first annual Ken Duke Badger Classic, the May 6 event will be held at DeGray Lake Resort Golf Course and will include cash prizes.
The landscape is filled with blue and purple attire, the aroma of the outdoor grill is in the air, and the sounds of children laughing and running can be heard. You couldn’t ask for a better day for baseball.
The Gurdon Go-Devils met the Arkadelphia Badgers on the diamond for a fun rivalry Tuesday, March 1, 2022.
The matchup will be a hometown showdown between the Arkadelphia Badgers and the Gurdon Go-Devils as they continue this county rivalry that is sure to start the baseball season off with a bang.
For the first time since 2001, Arkadelphia will be playing in both the girls’ and boys’ championship games in a junior high conference tournament Thursday night at Fountain Lake High School.
The student body of Arkadelphia High School will present its 2022 Basketball Homecoming Court during ceremonies on Friday, Feb. 11, at 10 a.m. in the AHS gymnasium. The ceremony will include introductions of the 13 senior males selected to the court by popular vote of the entire student body. The 2022 King of Hearts for Arkadelphia High School will be announced during the ceremony.
The Reddies brought in a strong contingent of homegrown talent and signed 13 players from inside the state of Arkansas, including three from Arkadelphia High School.