State Scores for Jan. 27



Conway 58, Bryant 52

FS Northside 82, FS Southside 37

Little Rock Central 77, Little Rock Catholic 58

North Little Rock 67, Cabot 62, OT


Bentonville 54, Bentonville West 41

Springdale 59, Rogers 40

Springdale Har-Ber 52, Heritage 38

Van Buren 60, Fayetteville 46


Alma 62, Greenwood 56

Farmington 51, Siloam Springs 48

Russellville at Clarksville

5A/6A-2 Beebe 52, Greenbrier 42

Mountain Home 65, Batesville 35

Vilonia at Morrilton


Greene Co. Tech 59, Paragould 58

Jonesboro 92, Forrest City 63

Marion 75, Nettleton 54

West Memphis 50, Blytheville 45

Wynne 55, Valley View 20


Little Rock Parkview 44, Little Rock Hall 41

Maumelle 71, Little Rock Christian 57

Sylvan Hills 54, Pulaski Academy 36


Benton 50, White Hall 32

Pine Bluff 65, Sheridan 29


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Arkansas Basketball Report 1.26.17

This week we check in on seven future Arkansas Razorbacks from around the state.

Coach Mike Anderson's Hogs have three signees from the Class of 2017 and four verbal commitments from the classes of 2018 and 2019 combined.

Let's begin with the 2017 signees:

This from Kevin McPherson of @ARHoopScoop:

Kevin McPherson on Hogs signees C Daniel Gafford, El Dorado (6-11, 233)

Gafford is averaging nearly a triple-double with 17.8 points, 17.0 rebounds and 8.3 blocks per game to power his team to a 17-3 record.

NWA Democrat-Gazette/BEN GOFF @NWABENGOFF Daniel Gafford, El Dorado … <a href=Continue Reading ››

Prep Wrestling Notebook – No. 5

Springdale High The Red Bulldogs are coming off a tough weekend in which they won just one of six duals against tough competition in the Owasso (Okla.) Ram Duals, but coach Josh Rivers is encouraged. ' Springdale went up against some of the top teams in Oklahoma, including Sand Springs, which is ranked No. 19 in the country. ' "I felt like our kids grew up," Rivers said. "They've come back to the room and they are learning. They figured our that their fast is not as fast as the Oklahoma kids' fast. But they showed back up with eagerness like the beginning of the … Continue Reading ››

West’s Henry named Athlete of the Week

Bentonville West's A-Shaundi Henry is the first player to earn Athlete of the Week honors despite not hitting a field goal.

The junior guard sank 15 of 16 free throws — including 12 of 12 in the fourth quarter — to lead the Lady Wolverines to the program's first 7A-West conference victory — a 60-53 win over Rogers Heritage on Friday.

West coach Randy Richardson said Henry's free throw clinic was a "huge" difference-maker in helping hold off Heritage's furious rally attempt. With Henry leading the way, the Lady Wolverines hit 19 of 27 free throws … Continue Reading ››

State Basketball Scores – Jan. 24

Tuesday state high school basketball results: Boys Lamar 104, Atkins 55 Fayetteville 65, Springdale High 47 Van Buren 62, Springdale Har-Ber 56 Bentonville 52, Rogers Heritage 44 Bentonville West 56, Rogers High 46 Little Rock Central 64, Fort Smith Southside 50 Pea Ridge 70, Greenland 40 Gravette 64, Prairie Grove 47 Harrison 70, Farmington 55 Little Rock Hall 62, Maumelle 55 Cabot 65, Fort Smith Northside 50 North Little Rock 61, Bryant 59 Jonesboro 73, Nettleton 38 West Memphis 64, Forrest City 55 Jacksonville 68, Sylvan Hills 61 Little Rock Parkview 71, Pulaski Academy 38 Benton 62, Little Rock McClellan 56 Pine Bluff 81, Watson Chapel 44 Hope 63, De Queen 13 Texarkana 59, Lake Hamilton 47 Baptist Prep 47, Bauxite 45 Bay … Continue Reading ››

Tweets of the Week 1.24.17

We're taking a little different slant on the Tweets of the Week this time around.

Instead of singling out a "Tweet of the Week," we're giving the award for "Tweets of the Week" to Fayetteville quarterback Taylor Powell, who thankfully shared his wild roller coaster ride of a week with the rest of the world via Twitter.

Powell's week began with something expected by many — and ended with something unexpected.

It started with Powell winning the Landers Award, which annually is given to the top high school player in the state. Based on Powell's accomplishments (two-time state champ and 7A record … Continue Reading ››

3A/4A This Week 1.23.17

The Undercard On a night featuring a main event between 3A/4A District 1 unbeaten boys teams, the Gravette girls grabbed a slice of the limelight in the undercard match.

The Lady Lions used sharp shooting and a huge third quarter to turn a tight game into a rout en route to a 77-50 victory against Pea Ridge, a team that entered the contest allowing an average of just 33 points per game.

Photo by Randy Moll Haley Hays, a Gentry junior, is closely guarded by Tori Foster, Gravette junior, during the Gentry-Gravette game held at Gentry High School … <a href=Continue Reading ››

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