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 ››
Springdale High's Marquesha Davis is among several standout underclassmen in Northwest Arkansas and she put on a huge performance in a 63-39 victory over Rogers Heritage on Jan. 6.
Davis, a 6-foot sophomore forward, has been named the ARPreps.com Athlete of the Week after exploding for 25 points and 18 rebounds — including 12 offensive boards — to go along with four steals in the win that improved the Lady Bulldogs to 7-7 overall.
The Lady Bulldogs used an 18-2 fourth quarter run to put the game away as Davis scored 16 of her points in the … Continue Reading ››
Tuesday high school basketball scores from around the state:
Bentonville West 59, Fayetteville 48
Rogers Heritage 47, Rogers High 40
Bentonville High 67, Van Buren 47
Farmington 65, Greenwood 55
Forth Smith Northside 76, Little Rock Central 69
Harrison 75, Russellville 39
Pea Ridge 74, Prairie Grove 43
Cabot 66, Fort Smith Southside 52
Alma 54, Providence Academy 44
Charleston 79, Mansfield 32
Little Rock Parkview 73, Jacksonville 60
Maumelle 85, Sylvan Hills 71
Little Rock Mills 70, Benton 38
Jonesboro 60, Valley View 48
Conway 74, North Little Rock 65
Bryant 65, Little Rock Catholic 32
Clarksville 66, Siloam Springs 63
Little Rock Hall 73, Little Rock Christian 62
Morrilton 78, Searcy 56
Pine Bluff 65, Little Rock McClellan … Continue Reading ››
OK, so we took a break from our weekly ARPreps.com Tweets of the Week feature during the holidays.
We missed you. Did you miss us?
We hope so. And judging by the handful of DMs we received about it, we're certain at least a few of your holidays weren't as cheerful without your weekly dose of tweets.
We've moved the feature from Mondays to Tuesdays. For no other reason, it's because we have a ton of content posted on Mondays during this time of the year and didn't want the most popular feature — disclaimer: we don't have site analytics to back … Continue Reading ››
Farmington senior Kaylee Brown has overcome two ACL injuries in her basketball career and is now healthy and ready to lead the Lady Cardinals to strong season in the 2016-17 campaign. Read her story in the Tuesday, Jan. 10th edition of the NW Arkansas Democrat Gazette or visit nwadg.com.
The Purple'Dogs and Lady Purple'Dogs had their 7A-West Conference openers postponed when a cancelled day of classes in Fayetteville last Friday forced the scheduled games with Bentonville High to be pushed back on the calender. Now, the two teams face a tough three-week schedule to open conference play this week.
Fayetteville enters conference play with a now long layoff since winning the prestigious Sandra Meadows Classic in Duncanville, Texas over the Christmas Break. Lauren Holmes was named MVP of the tournament and both Jasmine Franklin and Ashley Breathitt earned all-tournament honors as the Lady'Dogs (13-2) upset host Duncanville, then the No. … Continue Reading ››