The formula for success is simple for the Springdale Har-Ber girls in the second half of 7A-West Conference play.
“We need to come to battle every night, every possession, every second,” Har-Ber coach Sandy Wright said.
Har-Ber (13-8, 3-4) has been up and down since starting the season 10-3. But the Lady Wildcats can make up ground in the league with a road game at Rogers on Friday and home games against Springdale and Bentonville next week.
Har-Ber ended the first half of conference play with a 65-53 victory at Rogers Heritage. The Lady Wildcats outscored Heritage 23-11 in the fourth quarter after … Continue Reading ››
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There will be a few make up games in the 7A/6A-Central and the 7A/6A-East on Tuesday. Those two conferences will be then back on schedule.
The West has not lost a game due to weather so there are no games on Tuesday, which is designated as a make-up date in the West, East and Central.
The 6A-South has a regular slate of games schedule for Tuesday. The South's makeup date is Friday Feb. 26.
2016-01-31 7A-6A BKB standings
FAYETTEVILLE — With the Governor, several Razorbacks and more 2,400 more in attendance packed inside Bulldog Arena, the stage was set Friday for a classic night of basketball between Bentonville and Fayetteville. The anticipation of the Malik Monk vs. Payton Willis, Tigers vs. Purple Bulldogs matchup had been building up for the entire season and the game didn’t disappoint.
“I think most of my guys and (Bentonville’s) guys too have been in this type of situation before,” Fayetteville coach Kyle Adams said. “It’s just a … Continue Reading ››
The War Eagles finished the first round of 7A-West Conference play in fine fashion with a big 57-51 win over Springdale Har-Ber on Friday night.
Heritage (10-10, 2-5 7A-West) controlled the game for the most part, trailing for less than a minute. The War Eagles took command with a 15-4 run in a five-minute span in the second half. Sophomore Tony Casey capped the run with a 3-pointer from the top of the key for a 46-32 Heritage lead early in the fourth quarter.
Heritage coach Tom Olsen said his team has appeared to turn a corner and could be set for … Continue Reading ››