Springdale Har-Ber boys
The 7A-West is as wide open as its been in quite some time. And as of now, Springdale Har-Ber looks to be a serious preseason contender for the conference crown.
Bowlin’s club finished under .500 last season in the loaded 7A-West as the Wildcats earned the league’s five seed in the state tournament. They then fell 56-53 to West Memphis in the opening round in Cabot.
The conference isn’t nearly as loaded this winter, though, as Fayetteville and Bentonville stars Payton Willis and Malik Monk have moved on to Vanderbilt and Kentucky, respectively.
Har-Ber returns one of the league's top guards … Continue Reading ››
Shiloh Christian (Springdale, Ark.) quarterback Connor Reece is a third-year stater at quarterback who has led the Saints' to their first 10-win season since 2010.
He's had to learn how to be a more vocal leader since switching from cornerback to quarterback two weeks before his freshman season began.
Video features practice footage interviews with Reece, Saints coach Jeff Conaway and OL/DL Cameron Ford. This video compliments a feature that ran in the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette on Nov. 17, 2016. Click here to check out the article.
For its second consecutive five-hour plus bus ride, Gravette’s travel itinerary isn’t changing much. The Lions won 37-27 at Pocahontas last Friday and head to Hamburg this Friday.
They traveled nearly 600 miles round trip to Pocahontas and will trek nearly 700 miles for the round trip to Hamburg.
“It’s about 15 minutes farther, so we’ll leave at 7:45 Friday morning, which about 15 minutes earlier (than last week),” said Gravette coach Bill Harrelson. “We’ll stop at (Arkansas-Monticello) instead of Harding to do (a walk-through). And we’ll get home about 4:30 (a.m.), which is about 15 minutes later than … Continue Reading ››
Mounties not long on experience
Rogers High boys basketball coach Wayne Herren likes his team's athleticism, but almost none of his group knows what it's like to play nightly in the 7A-West Conference.
Lady Mounties return experienced group
Rogers High girls basketball coach Preston Early loves the attitude his team has shown in the offseason and he can't wait to see how that translates into progress on the floor this season.