The Fayetteville boys will look to carry the momentum over from last week's impressive, 67-48 win at Fort Smith Northside to open up 7A-West Conference play. The 19-point win at Kandart-Grizzly Fieldhouse was the largest margin victory for Fayetteville at FS Northside in the last 25 years, and was a complete effort as the Bulldogs shot 57 percent from the floor and held the Grizzlies to just over 30 percent.
Next up is Fort Smith Southside, an opponent which seems much more dangerous after the Rebels won at Bentonville, 58-57, last Thursday. That victory for FS Southside came against the Malik … Continue Reading ››
The War Eagles (8-6, 0-1 7A-West) will look to bounce back from Friday's loss to Springdale High on Tuesday, but they will travel across town to face rival Rogers High. <br><br>
Heritage knocked off the Mounties 54-37 to take third in the Arvest Hoopfest earlier this season. Heritage coach Tom Olsen said preparing for a team you've already beaten once is easier.<br><br>
"You feel like you have an idea of how to beat someone," Olsen said. "When you lose a game and you're playing the second time, you're kinda scratching your head. Are we preparing right? Should we do the same things … Continue Reading ››
Although the Rogers High Mounties and Lady Mounties have played just one 7A-West Conference game, both teams face a critical week if the season is going to extend to the post season.
Rogers hosts crosstown rival Rogers Heritage Tuesday before they travel to Fort Smith Southside Friday.
"You hate to use the word must-win early in the season," said Mounties coach Wayne Herren. "But I think it is pretty obvious that we have to find a way to win one of these games this week. It won't be the end of the season if we don't, but it will sure make it … Continue Reading ››
Here are the schools who have made bids to the Arkansas Activities Association to host state or regional tournaments for the spring and fall 2016 sports seasons.
The AAA will announce which schools will receive the rights to bid on those tournaments Thursday at its office in North Little Rock.
BASKETBALL Region, February 24-27 Class 4A
North: Clinton. Lincoln, Prairie Grove
South: Dumas, Malvern, Nashville
Region 1: Lavaca. West Fork
Region 2: Cedar Ridge, Jessieville
Region 3: Bergman, Hoxie, Yellville-Summit
Region 4: Centerpoint, Drew Central, Smackover
South: Lafayette County, Parkers Chapel
East: Carlisle, Hazen, Magnet Cove
West: Eureka Springs, Quitman
Region 1: Alpena, County Line
Region 2: Bay, … Continue Reading ››
Johnson County Westside^1-4^2-9
Johnson County Westside^5-0^14-2
Union Christian^4-1, 7-4
Hartford 14, 3-10
Eureka Springs^0-7, 0-20
Hackett 50, Decatur 43
Mountainburg 66, Johnson Co. Westside 38
Union Christian 44, Eureka Springs 41
Johnson Co. Westside 58, Mountainburg 32
Union Christian 46, Eureka Springs 18
Union Christian at Magazine
Eureka Springs at Hartford
Mountainburg at Decatur
Hackett at Johnson County Westside
Springdale Har-Ber sophomore Julianne Dillon set a meet record and became the current national leader in the girls 600-meter run with her performance Saturday at the Prentice Gudgen High School Invitational at Pittsburg State.
Dillon finished with a time of 1 minute, 28.54 seconds and smashed the previous meet record of 1:30.44 set in 2010. Her time also surpassed the previous national leader time of 1:31.74 by Sammy Watson of Rush-Henrietta (N.Y.) Sperry during the Houghton Invitational on Dec. 30.
She was one of three local … Continue Reading ››