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7A-West Baseball Report

Paul Boyd

Paul Boyd

Sports Reporter at NWA Media
Paul Boyd is a sports reporter for NWA Media. His primary beat is Rogers Heritage, as well as West Fork and Gentry.
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Screen Shot 2017-05-04 at 1.44.28 PM Screen Shot 2017-05-04 at 1.45.25 PM Standings Rogers High The Mounties will enter the Class 7A state tournament red-hot, having won 10 of their last 12 games and seven straight conference games. A big reason for the recent success is their starting pitching. Rogers (15-11) will be the No. 5 seed from the 7A-West and play Conway, the No. 4 seed from the 7A-Central at noon … Continue Reading ››

Class 7A Spring Sports Standings (through May 3)

Walter Woodie

Walter Woodie is a social studies teacher at Southside High School in Fort Smith and a high school prep historian. A native of Pine Bluff, he has been covering high school sports in Arkansas since 1984 … while he was in high school.

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The regular season for baseball and softball wrap up on Friday while a handful of makeup games will finish the soccer season on Monday. Though there a few berths still left to be clinch, there is a lot of seeding left to be decided. BASEBALL 2017-05-03 7A Baseball Standings             7A-CENTRAL – Cabot is the one seed. Bryant is the 2 seed with a win over Conway or a North Little Rock loss to Cabot. North Little Rock is the 2 seed with a win and Bryant loss. Conway is the fourth seed and Catholic is the fifth seed. Northside and Southside will … Continue Reading ››

Tweets of the Week: Sainsbury’s Back, Back Again

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Sports writer at NWA Media
Mike primarily covers Fayetteville and Farmington.
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After a few weeks away from the ARPreps.com Tweet of the Week spotlight, Pea Ridge's Jakota Sainsbury has returned with a bullet.

Sainsbury was a regular tweet of the week winner back when he was throwing touchdown passes for the Blackhawks' 4A state runner-up football team. He even became the first back-to-back tweet of the week winner back on Dec. 12. did make a few appearances here and there throughout basketball season, but the junior hadn't put out any tweets — that caught our eye anyway — that were worthy of the top spot.

He doesn't play basketball, so perhaps that … Continue Reading ››

Class 7A Spring Sports Standings (though April 28)

Walter Woodie

Walter Woodie is a social studies teacher at Southside High School in Fort Smith and a high school prep historian. A native of Pine Bluff, he has been covering high school sports in Arkansas since 1984 … while he was in high school.

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With just one week left in the regular season, most of the playoff berths in the spring sports (baseball, boys soccer, girls soccer, softball) have been clinched, but only a few seeds have been locked in. Here a look at how the conference races will likely play out. This is not meant to be a comprehensive look at every scenario, but just a generalized ideal of what may (or may not) happen in the final week of the regular season. There should be a better idea of scenarios after Tuesday’s game. BASEBALL 2017-04-28 7A Baseball Standings 7A-CENTRAL – Cabot is the top … Continue Reading ››

7A West Baseball Report

Paul Boyd

Paul Boyd

Sports Reporter at NWA Media
Paul Boyd is a sports reporter for NWA Media. His primary beat is Rogers Heritage, as well as West Fork and Gentry.
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5A:7A BB Leaders Week 4   standings Fayetteville The postseason picture is clear for the Purple’Dogs: Win one, and they’re No. 1.

With two games remaining in 7A-West play, Fayetteville remains atop the league standings with a 10-2 record.

Fayetteville has a nonconference tune-up at home against Stillwater, Okla., at 4:30 p.m. on Friday before wrapping up conference play with two games against Van Buren beginning at 5 p.m. Monday at Bulldogs Stadium.

Van Buren (8-3 in 7A-West) has a make-up game today against Springdale … Continue Reading ››

7A West Baseball Report

Paul Boyd

Paul Boyd

Sports Reporter at NWA Media
Paul Boyd is a sports reporter for NWA Media. His primary beat is Rogers Heritage, as well as West Fork and Gentry.
Paul Boyd

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standings Rogers Heritage The War Eagles (6-16, 2-8 7A-West) lost back-to-back games to Bentonville West this week to slip into a tie for last place in the 7A-West Conference.

Heritage lost the games in diferent fashion. West scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to snatch the 5-4 win, while the Wolverines turned the second game into a rout, scoring 11 runs over the final two innings in the 17-3 win.

The War Eagles led 4-0 in the opener after three innings, but West scored two in the fifth, one in … Continue Reading ››

Updated Class 7A Spring Sports Standings (Though games of April 14)

Walter Woodie

Walter Woodie is a social studies teacher at Southside High School in Fort Smith and a high school prep historian. A native of Pine Bluff, he has been covering high school sports in Arkansas since 1984 … while he was in high school.

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We are now past the halfway point of the conference season in Class 7A. Three weeks are now left in the regular season. Playoff positioning is key the next two weeks. 2017-04-15 7A Baseball Standings 2017-04-15 7A softball standings 2017-04-15 7A Soccer Standings

7A West Baseball Report

Paul Boyd

Paul Boyd

Sports Reporter at NWA Media
Paul Boyd is a sports reporter for NWA Media. His primary beat is Rogers Heritage, as well as West Fork and Gentry.
Paul Boyd

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Screen Shot 2017-04-13 at 11.02.52 AM standings Rogers High The Mounties (7-10, 2-6 7A-West) lost a tough 7A-West game at home in extra innings on Monday, but came back strong on Tuesday to notch a huge 5-1 win over then-co-leader Van Buren. "That's the rough thing, we haven't just been getting blown out," Rogers High coach Matt Melson said. "We've been close and you point to one or two simple things, controllable things. And we finally put a game together. "We got a … Continue Reading ››