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No. 11 Rams survive at JBU

n The Golden Eagles played one of their better games of the year but came up short.

Subscriber onlyJohn Brown's men took the Sooner Athletic Conference's first place team to the limit on Thursday, but in the end No. 11-ranked Texas Wesleyan emerged out of Bill George Arena with a reason to celebrate. Continue reading...

Fourth time not the charm

Greenwood ends Panthers’ season short of state tourney

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs beat Greenwood three times during the regular season, but the Panthers couldn't do it a fourth time Tuesday night in the game that mattered the most. Continue reading...

Hot start fuels JBU women's victory

n The Golden Eagles will host a Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament game at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Subscriber onlyJohn Brown's women were good enough for most of Thursday's game that they could afford a flat finish. Continue reading...

Lady Panthers fall 1 point short

n The Siloam Springs girls season ends at 5-24.

Subscriber onlyBENTON -- It became an all too familiar occurrence this season for the Siloam Springs girls basketball team. Continue reading...

Eighth-graders season ends in tournament

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The Siloam Springs eighth grade girls were defeated 45-27 by Rogers Elmwood in the I-49 Basketball Challenge hosted at Elmwood on Thursday. Continue reading...

FFA governence organization: Chapters to National

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SSHS teams lose 6A-West openers

Subscriber onlyBENTON -- The Siloam Springs boys basketball team got off to a good start Saturday in its opening round game of the 6A-West Tournament, but it didn't last as Benton won the final three quarters in a 55-32 victory in a battle of maroon Panthers. Continue reading...

Cameron comes alive, Golden Eagles follow

n The former Siloam Springs standout helped JBU rally to beat Science and Arts.

Subscriber onlyThe John Brown women's basketball team went from ice cold to red hot in an instant Saturday afternoon in a 62-52 win against Science and Arts of Oklahoma. Continue reading...

Drovers' final push sinks JBU men

n A late 14-2 run by USAO proved to be the difference.

Subscriber onlyIn its recent stretch where it won five out of seven games, John Brown's men were able to limit teams from making big runs on offense. Continue reading...

Colcord girls, Kansas teams still playing

Subscriber onlyColcord's girls basketball team was defeated 72-41 by Mounds on Saturday in the Class 2A Area II District finals at Mounds. Continue reading...

Softball team returns key veterans

n Seniors Crissa Spry and Hannah Evans lead the Lady Panthers heading into 2017.

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs softball team broke through in 2016 with one of its best seasons in more than a decade. Continue reading...

Not ready to talk of four-peat

3-time state champion Lady Panthers have work to do

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs' girls soccer team won its third straight Class 6A state championship last spring, but there haven't been any talks of a four-peat. At least not yet. Continue reading...

Panthers set sights high in 2017

Defending state champs could be even better this year, coach says

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs boys soccer team captured its first Class 6A state championship in 2016 and the program's third overall, but the Panthers are in no way satisfied heading into 2017. Continue reading...

Eighth-grade girls defeated by Rogers Oakdale

Subscriber onlyRogers Oakdale used a big second quarter to push ahead of the Siloam Springs eighth-grade girls basketball team and defeat the Lady Panthers 32-26 on Monday night. Continue reading...

Baseball team hopes for another strong year

n The Panthers return a solid nucleus of players from last year’s 12-win team.

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs baseball program crashed through the barrier in 2016, and third-year head coach Alan Hardcastle is looking for even more in 2017. Continue reading...

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