State Scores For Jan. 20

BOYS

7A-CENTRAL

Bryant 50, Cabot 40

Fort Smith Southside 68, Catholic 52

Little Rock Central 54, Conway 49

North Little Rock 69, FS Northside 66

7A-WEST

Bentonville 69, Rogers 37

Rogers Heritage 52, Bentonville West 47

Springdale Har-Ber 60, Fayetteville 59 (OT)

Van Buren 42, Springdale 35

5A/6A-1

Farmington 63, Russellville 49

Harrison 82, Alma 54

Siloam Springs 57, Greenwood 48

5A/6A-2

Greenbrier 44, Mountain Home 40

Morrilton 59, Beebe 48

Searcy 80, Batesville 53

5A/6A-3

Jonesboro 68, Wynne 34

Nettleton 75, Forrest City 70

Valley View 60, Blytheville 51

West Memphis 54, Paragould 48

5A/6A-4

Little Rock Fair 41, Little Rock Hall 33

Maumelle 61, Little Rock Parkview 60

Sylvan Hills 54, Little Rock Christian 48

Pulaski Academy at Jacksonville

5A/6A-5

Little Rock Mills 67, Pine Bluff 43

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Arkansas Basketball Report 1.19.17

It’s not often an adoption makes headlines, but it does when it means one of the top teams in the state just got even stronger.

The Arkansas Activities Association ruled Thursday that Salisu Yahaya is immediately eligible to play after his adoption became official. The 6-foot-7 senior forward joins a Jonesboro team loaded with talent.

Brad Bobo, who hosts a radio show in Northeast Arkansas, was the first to tweet out the scoop:

Brad Bobo - scoop The Twitter account @ARHoopsDillon has followed the Hurricanes and the process as closely as anyone. Here are his thoughts … Continue Reading ››

Prep Wrestling Notebook No. 4

Bentonville The Tiger enjoyed a banner week, notching a big dual win over Sprngdale Har-Ber on Thursday, then finishing third in the Branson (Mo.) Invitational on Saturday.

Bentonville coach James Rappe said his team bounced back, after a sub-par first round in Branson to come within 4.5 points of second-place Seneca, a defending state champion in Missouri.

"You've got to take into account the level of competition," Rappe said. "We didn't win as many, but that's OK. You've got to have those kind of matches in a season. You've got to be tested. After that first round, we kind of got woke up … Continue Reading ››

Farmington’s Wilson named Athlete of the Week

Farmington's Matt Wilson was the clear choice for ARPreps.com Athlete of the Week, his second time to win the award this season.
Farmington senior guard Matt Wilson.
Farmington senior guard Matt Wilson.
The senior guard and Delta State signee broke his own single-game scoring record when he put up 50 points in a 69-58 victory over Clarksville on Friday. Wilson hit eight 3-pointers in the game and hit the 50-point mark with a steal and a layup to close out the win. The previous week, Wilson set … Continue Reading ››

State Basketball Scores – Jan. 17

Tuesday high school basketball scores from around the state: Boys Springdale Har-Ber 75, Bentonville West 49 Bentonville High 50, Springdale High 35 Van Buren 56, Rogers High 33 Rogers Heritage 50, Fayetteville 46 Bryant 47, Fort Smith Southside 46 Alma 61, Farmington 56 Fort Smith Northside 57, Conway 47 Cabot 57, Little Rock Central 55 Pea Ridge 71, Gentry 59 Little Rock Parkview 54, Little Rock Fair 34 Prairie Grove 56, West Fork 44 Siloam Springs 57, Russellville 46 Elkins 57, Haas Hall 52 Jessieville 56, Bismarck 39 Jonesboro 61, Blytheville 44 Ozark 50. Charleston 53 Pocahontas 79, Piggott 68 Forrest City 93, Greene County Tech 79 East Poinsett County 65, Marked Tree 62 Osceola 75, Riverside 65 Manila 65, Brookland 49 Westside … Continue Reading ››

Tweets of the Week: W2.17

With national signing day just around the corner on Feb. 1, we've got several exciting recruiting-related tweets to get to, so we're diving right into the other top tweets from the past week.

Besides, no one really reads all the usual jibber jabber blah blah blah that typically leads this thing off.

This week's ARPreps.com Tweet of the Week comes from Prairie Grove softball player Madison Brockman.

It's simple, but simply perfection. Well, other than the minor grammatical hiccup. (Madison, because your thief is unknown, it should be "whomever.")

But who (or is it whom?? smh) friggin' cares. This is Twitter, not English 101 … Continue Reading ››

ARPreps Spotlight: Springdale Har-Ber’s Karrington Whaley

SPRINGDALE – Springdale Har-Ber senior forward Karrington Whaley, a Henderson State University commit, is trying to will the Lady Wildcats toward their first 7A-West conference win.

She scored 16 points in Har-Ber's league opener, and coach Jaime Green will need more performances like that for her club to make a run at the state tournament.

Here is the ARPreps Spotlight on Whaley:

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