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Unless the two schools meet again in the Class 7A state tournament, it will also mark the final time the Tigers and Lady Tigers take on the Rebels and the Lady Rebels. That's because Southside's teams will be under their new mascot — the Mavericks and Lady Mavericks — next basketball season.
Bentonville's boys will have more than nostaglia on their minds. The Tigers (13-7, 5-2) will want revenge from their … Continue Reading ››
Heritage (10-10, 2-5 7A-West) trailed only briefly in notching a 57-51 win over Springdale Har-Ber on Friday. Seth Stanley, a 6-foot-5 sophomore, led Heritage with 18 points, while Lexus Hobbs added 15 and Marcus Breedlove chipped in 10.
Heritage travels to Springdale High, which defeated Heritage 55-48 in round one, on Friday. The War Eagles led after three quarters, but couldn't hold on.
The Lady War Eagles (6-14, 1-6) shot the ball well from long range in a loss to … Continue Reading ››
The Lady Mounties (9-11, 2-5) lost at Har-Ber in overtime to start West play. Rogers lost several close games in the first half and Lady Mounties coach Preston Early is optimistic entering the final seven games.
"One of the biggest positives for us was that we were in all of our games, except one, deep into the second half," Early said. "We were one, two possessions away in all of our games except … Continue Reading ››
Here are the current 4A-1 Conference basketball standings through Feb. 2, with scores of games already played and upcoming games listed below: BOYS SCORES (Conference games only) Monday, Dec. 14 Gentry 58, Pea Ridge 48 Tuesday, Dec. 15 Gravette 46, Lincoln 40 Berryville 67, Shiloh Christian 53 Thursday, Dec. 17 Pea Ridge 50, Lincoln 30 Gentry 58, Berryville 56 Friday, Dec. 18 Huntsville 77, Shiloh Christian 25 Tuesday, Jan. 5 Pea Ridge 73, Gravette 64 Prairie Grove 65, Shiloh Christian 49 Berryville 67, Lincoln 44 Huntsville 62, Gentry 55 Friday, Jan. 8 Huntsville 53, Lincoln 27 Pea Ridge 50, Prairie Grove 29 Gravette … Continue Reading ››
“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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