LAST YEAR’S RECORD This is the Lady Wolverines' inaugural season.
NWA Democrat-Gazette/ANDY SHUPE Bailye Pratt of Bentonville West competes in the long jump Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017, during the 5A-7A State Indoor Championship in the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville. Visit nwadg.com/photos to see more … Continue Reading ››
LAST YEAR’S FINISH Took fifth in the Class 7A state meet with 68.5 points.
NWA Democrat-Gazette/ANDY SHUPE Matthew Keown of Bentonville competes in the pole vault Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017, during the 5A-7A State Indoor Championship in the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville. Visit nwadg.com/photos to … Continue Reading ››
THE SKINNY Nidiffer was chosen to guide West's girls after winning a state championship last year at Claremore, Okla., and said the transition to starting a new program has been amazing.
"It's a rare opportunity to start a brand new program, a new school," he said. "We started out kind of rough with girls from all over the place but we've been able to practice in offseason since August, and it's starting to come together."
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TOP NEWCOMERS MF Jessica Alvarado (So.), Samantha Shaddox (Fr.)
THE SKINNY Shuffling and rearranging. Finding different roles and understanding player strengths. Heading into a new season, Beeler is throwing in some changes, hoping the Lady Red'Dogs will respond to certain tweaks. Rosacela Razo, Springdale's leading goal-scorer last season, is now at centerback. Razo, Navarro, Paez and Downum – who scored the game-winner at Greenwood earlier this season – are the leaders for Springdale, who won only one game at home last season versus … Continue Reading ››
TOP NEWCOMERS Faith Snow, Kearstin Whitfield, Arlene Delgado
THE SKINNY Campagnola understands his girls can make a considerable run this season. His group is young and talented, but learning how to play together will be the key. In his first season coaching the Har-Ber girls program, Campagnola is learning about his players and vice versa, and is excited to get started. Keeping their feet on the ground and taking things one day and one match at a time is the goal. Playing each game with "the same fighting spirit" … Continue Reading ››
THE SKINNY: Aaron Crouch, who in his first year at Rogers and first season as a head coach, inherits a team that returns five starters. He's hopeful a strong off-season program in the fall will help prevent some injuries that plagued the Lady Mounties a year ago. Crouch said his seniors have been … Continue Reading ››