Coach Tracy Nealy came to UA-Rich Mountain Community College (Mena) following a remarkable 34-year high school coaching career at Horatio and DeQueen High Schools.

He didn't come to UA-Rich Mountain to right a struggling softball program. Hired two years ago, Nealy's task was not taking over the school's softball team, it was starting the first-ever girls softball program at Rich Mountain, making them the only....read more in our e-edition!

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