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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

High school football opens with a streak

Posted By on Tue, Aug 29, 2017 at 6:46 AM

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Social media lit up last night with images of a streaker who dashed from the stands at War Memorial Stadium during the fourth quarter of the Joe T. Robinson-Hot Springs Lakeside game Monday night.

The Democrat-Gazette coverage indicates the streaker was run down outside the stadium by security after exiting the north end zone.

Joe T. prevailed on the scoreboard, 40-21. No word on affiliation, if any, of the streaker.

UPDATE: Democrat-Gazette online reports the accused streaker , David Tyler Loyd, 29, of Helena-West Helena, pleaded guilty in district court this morning and received a 30-day sentence on each of three charges, to be served concurrently. But he also has charges to deal with in other jurisdictions, reportedly including a charge from a similar incident in Helena-West Helena.

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