Rogers High Midweek Report

The injury bug has hit the Mounties (1-5, 1-2 7A-West) hard as they prepare for Friday's game at Fort Smith Northside.

Starting fullback Sage White is out for the season after suffering a broken foot in last week's 35-13 loss to Fort Smith Southside. White, a senior, had surgery Tuesday.

"Sage is on the road to recovery," said Rogers coach Shawn Flannigan. "It was the same injury that Jonathan Williams (Arkansas) had. He should be back for baseball."

Starting quarterback Joseph Sultemeier suffered an ankle injury last week and is not likely to play against the Grizzlies.

Senior defensive back Jay Young, who has … Continue Reading ››

Farmington’s Hobbs Wins POTW

NWA Democrat-Gazette/JASON IVESTER  Prairie Grove junior corner back Isaac Disney tries to strip the ball from Farmington senior running back Justice Hobbs on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015, Farmington High School. See more photos at nwadg.com/photos.
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Prairie Grove junior corner back Isaac Disney tries to strip the ball from Farmington senior running back Justice Hobbs on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015, Farmington High School. See more photos at nwadg.com/photos.


Farmington senior running back Justice Hobbs in the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Player of the Week after running for a … Continue Reading ››

Rogers High by the Numbers

Fort Smith Southside 35, Rogers High 13

4 — Rogers converted 4 of 11 times on third down.
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5 — Rogers punted five times in the loss.

6 — Rogers slot back Malacio Freeland caught six passes for 77 yards.

7 — Southside converted 7 of 10 times on third down against the Mounties.

8 — Eight different Rogers players had at least one carry.

9 — Mounties linebacker Bradon Mabry had nine tackles.

Fayetteville By The Numbers

2 — Times Fayetteville has broken the scoring record in the Daryl Patton coaching era in the last two weeks, scoring 67 points vs. FS Southside and then 70 at Springdale High.

12 — Different Bulldogs players who have scored touchdowns through the first six games of the season.

24 — Touchdown passes for junior QB Taylor Powell this season, tops among all Class 7A quarterbacks.

58.3 — Fayetteville scoring average in first six games, which sits 10.9 points above conference-best 47.4 averaged by Springdale in 2005.

380 — Team-high receiving yards for Tyson Morris on 22 catches.

460 — Team-best rushing yards for Javontae Smith … Continue Reading ››

Rogers Heritage football by the numbers

Here are a few key figures from Rogers Heritage's 29-3 loss to Fort Smith Northside on Friday: 12 — Tackles by linebacker Jovanni Gonzalez and defensive back Peyton Stewart, which tied for team honors.

67 — Yards lost in sacks by the War Eagles.

76 — Rushing yards by Heritage.

69 — Passing yards by Heritage.

61 — Rushing yards for junior Jared Coleman in his varsity debut at running back.

6 — catches by senior receiver Collin Christian.

Springdale Har-Ber 31, Bentonville 21 — by the numbers

1 — completed pass by Har-Ber quarterback Fuller Chandler.
2 — blocked field goals by Har-Ber's Austin Henderson and rushing touchdowns by Wildcats tailback Luke Hannon.
3 — turnovers by Bentonville, the second straight week that has happened.
7 — receptions by Bentonville receiver Clay Barganier for 149 yards and one touchdown.
17 — points Har-Ber scored from Bentonville's special teams mistakes.
34 — carries by Luke Hannon for 192 yards.
99 — yards Payton Copher returned the first blocked field goal for a Har-Ber touchdown.
267 — passing yards by Bentonville QB Kasey Ford.
429 — Bentonville's yards in … Continue Reading ››

Fort Smith Northside 29, Rogers Heritage 3 — a look back

ROGERS — Rogers Heritage football coach Perry Escalante appeared just as frustrated as his War Eagles' offense following Friday night's 29-3 loss to Fort Smith Northside. Heritage (0-6, 0-3 7A-West Conference) managed just one first down in the first half and lost three fumbles as the War Eagles' offense struggled to get traction all night against the Grizzlies. "We couldn't get anything going," Escalante said. "We turned it over. I have now answer for why we continue to do that and our defense played so good. They had some big, big stops." The Heritage defense stopped Northside at the goal-line once and also forced … Continue Reading ››

Springdale Har-Ber 31, Bentonville 21 — Another Look

BENTONVILLE — Football players learn what to do in special teams situations during practice, but they might forget those things in actual games — especially when it's a rare instance. That's why Springdale Har-Ber coach Chris Wood and his assistants were screaming from the sidelines at Payton Copher to run after Austin Henderson blocked Hayden Moehring's 26-yard field-goal attempt during Friday's game against Bentonville. Copher, who had the ball at the goal line following a lateral by Blaze Brothers, hesitated for a moment. He then took off and ran the length of the field to give the Wildcats (5-1, … Continue Reading ››

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