Rogers Heritage Football By The Numbers

Here are some key figures about Rogers Heritage football:
14 — Consecutive quarters without a touchdown for the War Eagles.
6 — First downs by Heritage last week, a season low.
74 — Total yards by the War Eagles last week, a season low.
45 — Rushing yards last week.
4 — Fumbles lost and pass completions last week
1.7 — Average yards per play against Fayetteville.
29 — Passing yards against Fayetteville.


59 — Yards rushing for Fort Smith Southside against Har-Ber

9 — Touchdown catches by Tyler Blackston, who leads the team

7 — Consecutive wins by Har-Ber since 36-26 defeat to Webb City, Mo.

6 — Sacks by David Vowell, who leads the team

4 — Games Har-Ber has held opponents to 10 points or less

4 — Completions on five attempts by backup quarterback Aaron Henington

Springdale nearing end of tough stretch

NWA Democrat-Gazette/ANTHONY REYES • @NWATONYR Deontre Hardwick (8) Fort Smith Northside senior, tackles Lucky Bannavong (21) Springdale junior for a loss against Friday, Oct. 23, 2015 at Jarrell Williams Bulldog Stadium in Springdale.
Deontre Hardwick (8) Fort Smith Northside senior, tackles Lucky Bannavong (21) Springdale junior for a loss against Friday, Oct. 23, 2015 at Jarrell Williams Bulldog Stadium in Springdale.

SPRINGDALE — Fort Smith Northside linebacker Deontre Hardwick said it on the field moments after the game. Springdale High coach Zak ClarkContinue Reading ››


Lincoln Wolves, 0

Shiloh Christian Saints, 40

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Overtime Final
Lincoln Wolves 0 0 0 0 0 0
Shiloh Christian Saints 26 14 0 0 0 40


Shiloh — Reece 18 run (kick failed), 11:35. Shiloh — Walker 13 pass from Reece (run failed), 9:29. Shiloh — Carruthers 35 run (Reece pass to Roth), 5:16. Shiloh — Reece 6 run (pass failed), 1:30.


Shiloh — Nelson 54 pass from Reece (Boo kick), 10:50.. Shiloh — Berus 7 run (Boo kick), 8:51..





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Northwest Arkansas’ Playoff Picture

I consider the perfect time to get an early look at how the Arkansas high school football playoff picture is shaping comes after the eighth week has been completed. After spending most of Saturday morning pouring into the possibilities, one thing is for certain: there are still a lot of variables that could take place. Not all of them have the situation like Van Buren, where it's win one certain game or stay home. Since that is the case, I have limited everything to each team's best possible situation and its worst possible situation. Here is what I've come up with so far.  … Continue Reading ››


Grabbing the No. 1 ranking in Class 7A didn’t add any pressure for Springdale Har-Ber.

Har-Ber shut out Fort Smith Southside 38-0 on the road to extend its winning streak to seven consecutive games. Tyler Blackston caught two touchdown passes from Fuller Chandler, who threw for 225 yards and three scores. Defensively, the Wildcats held Southside to 225 total yards, including 59 on the ground.

Har-Ber (7-1, 5-0) can secure a top seed for the playoffs and share of the conference championship Friday with a win over Fort Smith Northside. The Wildcats took over the No. 1 ranking in Class 7A after … Continue Reading ››

Another Look: Bentonville 55, Rogers High 3

ROGERS — After a sluggish effort in a 28-3 victory over Springdale High the previous week, Bentonville coach Jody Grant was looking for a sharper offensive performance from the Tigers.

Bentonville did just that.

The Tigers seized the momentum with three impressive first-half scoring drives for a 21-3 halftime lead and they then used a pair of Rogers turnovers in the second half to pull away for a 55-3 win over the Mounties. Bentonville has won the last nine meetings between the two schools.

Bentonville quarterback Kasey Ford was 10 of 10 passing for 127 yards in the first half and the Tigers … Continue Reading ››

Northside 34, Springdale 17

SPRINGDALE — On a night when Gus Malzahn, Damian Williams and many more were on hand to recognize Springdale High’s 2005 state championship team, the Bulldogs gave themselves a chance to earn their biggest victory in years.

Then Fort Smith Northside’s Deontre Hardwick took over.

Hardwick scored on a 2-yard run as a power back, then had a vicious hit to force a fumble that was returned for a touchdown as Northside outscored Springdale 21-0 after intermission to turn a halftime deficit into a 34-17 road win.

The Grizzlies (4-4, 3-2 7A-West) finished with nine sacks, five of … Continue Reading ››

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