The Sentinel-Record/Mara Kuhn Fountain Lake’s Marco Martinez (4) runs the ball as Dilan Holcomb (54) blocks and Chris Tobin defends during the Cobras’ annual Purple and Gold game Friday on Allen Tiller Field at Beckham Memorial Stadium. The … Continue Reading ››
Bentonville got off on the right foot by cruising to wins over Rogers Heritage and Shiloh Christian at the fifth annual Volley for Cancer scrimmage on Thursday evening at Tiger Arena.
The Lady Tigers, who finished second in Class 7 a year ago, won a tight first set 25-21 against 7A-West Conference foe Heritage, but cruised 25-10 in the second. They broke away from 4A Shiloh Christian early to win 25-13, 25-13.
Lady Tigers coach Michelle Smith was pleased with the play of several individuals, but junior outside hitter Sadie Pate definitely stood out.
Springdale High two-sport standout Desiree Mack is poised for a big junior year after a busy summer.
Mack traveled to Minnesota to compete in the USA Nationals volleyball tournament and also made trips to Las Vegas and Atlanta for AAU basketball. She is receiving volleyball interest from LSU, Alabama, Ole Miss and others, with basketball interest from Arkansas.
Mack and the Springdale volleyball team open up the season at home against Shiloh Christian on Monday. Check out a feature on Mack, recently named a team … Continue Reading ››
Junior Joel Brackett and sophomore Joe Britton are the front-runners for the starting quarterback spot midway through the second week of preseason workouts, Rogers Heritage coach Perry Escalante said.
The War Eagles started fall camp with four candidates, which included Brackett, Britton, junior Jake Qualls and sophomore Luke Heiligenthal.
"We're settled into two," Escalante said. "I feel pretty good about two. Joe's not getting a lot of reps there because he's playing safety. But when Joe comes in he looks pretty good. We're still not throwing the ball like we … Continue Reading ››
Rogers Heritage volleyball coach Sarah Miser has a different outlook than she did less than a week ago heading into Thursday's Cancer Challenge Jamboree at Bentonville.
That's because outside hitter Lindsay Glynn has been sidelined for an undetermined period with a sore right foot. The 5-foot-6 junior had earned a spot in the starting lineup with her steady attack, but now she's walking around with a boot on her right foot.
"I got a text from her Friday to let me know she is in a boot and the doctor was concerned she might have torn something," Miser said.
The best non-conference game of the season will be a showdown of two star junior quarterbacks.
Bentonville’s Kasey Ford and Bergen Catholic’s Jarrett Guarantano are each rated as four-star prospects. Ford has an offer from Louisville and has drawn interest from Arkansas, Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas, among others, … Continue Reading ››
PEARCY — A Lake Hamilton football player collapsed from a head injury during football practice Thursday night and was airlifted to Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock as precaution, Lake Hamilton coach Jerry Clay said.
The player collapsed while running drills and complained of “feeling woozy,” Clay said. Paramedics were then called to the scene, working with the staff to prepare for the LifeNet helicopter.
Clay declined to give the player’s name over the phone, a call made just before the helicopter arrived.
The Sentinel-Record will be following up on the story Friday.