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Rogers Heritage 35, Little Rock Central 26 (FINAL)
Fayetteville 35, Cabot 14 (FINAL)
Bryant 28, Springdale Har-Ber 27 (FINAL)
Fort Smith Northside 24, Little Rock Catholic 14 (FINAL)
Little Rock Parkview 47, Searcy 27 (FINAL)
El Dorado 52, Marion 6 (FINAL)
Siloam Springs 26, Texarkana 13 (FINAL)
Alma 14, Lake Hamilton 7 (FINAL)
Pulaski Academy 49, Blytheville 21 (FINAL)
Camden Fairview 61, Harrison 54 (FINAL)
Batesville 33, Jacksonville 14 (FINAL)
Greenbrier 36, Watson Chapel 28 (FINAL)
Maumelle 24, White Hall 21 (FINAL)
Wynne 54, Sylvan Hills 7 (FINAL)
Hot Springs 47, Little Rock Christian 35 (FINAL)
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Springdale High basketball is just a few days away from tipping off the season with benefit games against Gravette.
There will be preseason previews in the Sunday and Monday papers, but in the meantime here are some notes on both teams.
This team has a lot of talent. Coach Heather Hunsucker counted 10 players who could have a chance to play collegiately, including five who should get Division I looks. The key for the Lady Bulldogs will be staying healthy and gelling as … Continue Reading ››
The early signing period began Wednesday, but Springdale High’s Chris Owens won’t sign until the spring.
The 6-foot-3 senior guard is weighing options as the start of his senior season approaches.
He holds offers from Oral Roberts and the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. He is also receiving interest from Southeast Missouri State, Central Arkansas, Tulsa, Southern Illinois, Mercer, Texas State, Denver and several other programs.
“If I wait until then I can see everything on the table, see all my opportunities,” Owens said.
UPDATE: Springdale Public Schools communications director Rick Schaeffer retracted his earlier statement that Springdale High football coach Shane Patrick had been reassigned within the school district Wednesday.
“It has not happened yet,” Schaeffer said late Wednesday afternoon.
Patrick did meet with SPS athletic director Wayne Stehlik on Wednesday afternoon. Patrick declined to speculate on whether he expected to be reassigned, but expressed confidence in his coaching status.
“Obviously the district can reassign me if that’s what they choose to do, but I left … Continue Reading ››
ROGERS — Rogers Heritage rode three solid scoring options to the best season in school history a year ago and the War Eagles used a similar recipe en route to a win over Gentry in a senior boys basketball benefit game Tuesday in War Eagle Arena.
Senior Connor Hirsh poured in a game-high 21 points, while Lexus Hobbs and Dane Olsen added 12 each as Heritage rolled to a 65-35 win.
The War Eagles scored the last seven points of the second quarter to claim a 36-21 halftime lead, then applied the knockout punch with a 9-0 spurt early in the third quarter.
ROGERS — Rogers Heritage used a third-quarter 3-point barrage to pull away from Gentry en route to a 55-44 win over the Lady Pioneers in a senior girls basketball benefit game Tuesday night in War Eagle Arena.
Senior Emilie Jobst poured in a game-high 24 points, but she and teammate Sara Giesen combined to hit five 3-pointers in a 15-5 Heritage run to take control in the third quarter.
Gentry’s Rachel Lawrence drilled one of her five 3-pointers to start the second half and pull the Lady Pioneers into a 24-24 tie. But Jobst and Giesen took over to help Heritage pull away.
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The 2014 regular season wrapped up Friday and playoffs are only a few days away. Before everyone shifts their focus to the postseason, here's a quick look back at the best and worst offense and defenses in every classification, based on points scored and points allowed per game.
7A: North Little Rock – 47.3 pts./game (473 points in 10 games)
6A: Benton – 41.3 pts./game (413 points in 10 games)
5A: Pulaski Academy – 53.1 pts./game (531 points in 10 games)
4A: Dardanelle – 47.0 pts./game (470 points in 10 games)
3A: Charleston – 47.4 pts./game (474 points in 10 games)