The Searcy Lions won their first playoff of the season against LR MeClellan, with the score 41-14; Bumping their winnings to 9-2. 41-14 may look like something easy to achieve, but the Lions seemed to make quite a few mistakes according to Coach Tim Harper. “We’re a lot better thanRead More
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As Senior Night came and went, many emotions were stirred up when the seniors began to realize that their year was coming to an end. Senior band members, cheerleaders and football players, were all recognized on the track that night. Senior Corey Webb reveled in the atmosphere. “MyRead More
The Searcy Lions entered the game against Little Rock Hall Friday, Oct. 28, with one goal in mind—to go undefeated at home. It was a nail-biting first half, but the Lions broke the game open in the second half and scored touchdowns on three Hall turnovers to get the 46-21Read More
As the 2011 football season nears its end, the Searcy Lions seem to be picking the right time to play their best. They took on the conference leader Jonesboro last Friday night in an away thriller. They went into the game as nine point underdogs, but showed that theyRead More
The Searcy cross- country group has been working extremely hard this season in order to prepare themselves for the arduous physical requirements of the sport. The Searcy Jr. High and Sr. High Cross Country teams competed at Guy-Perkins this past week. Senior boys took the runner-up trophy.Senior boys’ top runners were 2nd Place RhettRead More
It’s been ten years since Searcy went 3-0, and the Lions finally accomplished this goal on Friday, Sept. 16 in a home game against the Morrilton Devil Dogs. They won 29 to 27, taking home a close victory. “Man, it feels great. We stepped up there at the end, you know,Read More
The Searcy Lions football team kicked off their season this year with a 41-13 tromping of the North Pulaski Falcons. The Lions, who received the ball first, scored in the first minute thanks to a rushing touchdown by junior Markel Harris, and they never looked back. The Lions dominated bothRead More