Springdale Har-Ber – Week of Jan. 16

Scott Bowlin's Wildcats are rolling. Har-Ber, 3-0 in the 7A-West, protected its homefloor against rival Springdale High and Bentonville High last week.

His club then traveled to central Arkansas and came back with an overtime win over Little Rock Christian. Har-Ber's winning streak has now reached seven games as week three of conference play begins.

First-year coach Jaime Green's Lady Wildcats are still in search of their first league win after another tough home loss Friday to Bentonville.

Here is what's going on this week at Springdale Har-Ber:


Har-Ber is the hottest team in the 7A-West at the moment, and Tylor Perry may very … Continue Reading ››

Springdale High – Week of Jan. 16

Springdale High capped the second week of 7A-West pay with a pair of big road wins at Bentonville West Friday.

Heather Hunsucker's Lady Red'Dogs continue to play well early on, and thanks large in part to Justin Bilyeu and Carl Fitch, the Red'Dogs stole a win on the road against the Wolverines.

Bilyeu scored 10 points in the fourth quarter Friday and knocked down a turn-around jumper with 3 seconds left to give Springdale a 39-38 win.

Marquesha Davis, again, tallied a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds in a runaway win over West. Through three games, the sophomore is averaging 19.6 … Continue Reading ››

Bentonville High — Week of Jan. 16

It was an up-and-down week for both of Bentonville's basketball teams as they used a three-game schedule to catch up with the rest of the teams in the 7A-West Conference as far as games played.

NWA Democrat-Gazette/BEN GOFF @NWABENGOFF Senior guard Jordan Hemphill (3) has provided offensive leadership in Bentonville's three games last week, including a double-double Saturday with 12 points and 12 rebounds against Fayetteville. NWA Democrat-Gazette/BEN GOFF @NWABENGOFF
Senior guard Jordan Hemphill (3) has provided offensive leadership in Bentonville's three games last week, including a double-double … Continue Reading ››

State Basketball Scores — Jan. 13



Cabot 55, Conway 49

FS Northside 76, LR Catholic 31

Little Rock Central 72, Bryant 70 (OT)

North Little Rock 86, FS Southside 58


Fayetteville 78, Rogers 53

Springdale 39, Bentonville West 38

Van Buren 56, Rogers Heritage 43

Springdale Har-Ber 61, Bentonville High 42


Alma 54, Siloam Springs 52

Farmington 69, Clarksville 58


Greenbrier 43, Searcy 41

Mountain Home at Morrilton

Vilonia at Batesville


Greene Co. Tech 66, Nettleton 61

Jonesboro 57, Paragould 35

West Memphis 69, Wynne 33

Blytheville at Forrest City

Valley View at Marion


LR Christian 57, Pulaski Academy 43

LR Hall 46, Jacksonville 45

LR Parkview 62, Sylvan Hills 37

Maumelle 64, Little Rock Fair 52


Mills 78, Little Rock McClellan 36

Sheridan 46, White Hall 42

Benton at … Continue Reading ››

State, Regional Tournament Sites Selected

The following is the list of schools that earned rights to host regional and state tournaments for winter, spring and some fall sports following Thursday's selection meeting at the Arkansas Activities Association's office in North Little Rock.

Not all tournaments received bids, and the AAA will fill those vacancies at a later date.


Region, Feb. 22-25; State, Feb. 27-March 4

Class 7A

State: Van Buren

Class 6A

State: Lake Hamilton

Class 5A

State: Magnolia

Class 4A

North Region: West Fork

South Region: Nashville

East Region: Cave City

State: Nashville

Class 3A

Region 1: Charleston

Region 2: Rose Bud

Region 3: Riverside

Region 4: Prescott

State: Bald Knob

Class 2A

North: Carlisle

South: Magnet Cove

West/Central: Pangburn

State: Quitman

Class 1A

Region 1: Omaha

Region 2: Calico Rock

Region … Continue Reading ››

Arkansas Basketball Report — 1.12.17

A future Arkansas Razorbacks player put on a shooting display during Fort Smith Northside's 76-69 win over Little Rock Central on Tuesday.

Isaiah Joe, a 6-foot-2 junior guard who's verbally committed to sign with the Hogs, hit 10, 3-pointers and finished with 34 points to lead the Grizzlies to a 76-69 win over Little Rock Central on Tuesday.

Central's Cam Johnson scored 12 of his team-high 25 points in the fourth quarter to try to lead a comeback after the Tigers trailed 59-43 to begin fourth quarter.

Central’s girls are No. 2 and held off a late rally to defeat Northside. They got … Continue Reading ››

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