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JBU's strong start disappears

n The women came up short again against Oklahoma City.

Subscriber onlyThe John Brown University women's basketball team got off to a strong start against No. 19 Oklahoma City on Thursday, but the success didn't last for the Golden Eagles. Continue reading...

JBU scorches Philander Smith

n Smith and Bowling combine to score 40 points off bench, shoot 14 of 15 from field.

Subscriber onlyFormer Arkansas All-American and NBA veteran Todd Day knows a thing or two about shooting the basketball, but even Day was impressed with what he saw Monday night. Continue reading...

JBU clips No. 23 Cumberland

n The Golden Eagles knocked off their second ranked opponent this season.

Subscriber onlyJACKSON, Tenn. -- Down 11 in the fourth quarter and facing a third-consecutive loss, the John Brown University women's basketball team responded by finishing the contest on a 15-4 rally in a come-from-behind 66-64 win over No. 23 Cumberland (Tenn.) on Saturday morning inside Oman Arena. Continue reading...

Ninth-grade teams win at Springdale George

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- The Siloam Springs ninth-grade boys basketball team snapped a three-game losing streak with a 31-20 victory over Springdale George on Monday night. Continue reading...

Oaks swept at Webbers Falls (Okla.)

Subscriber onlyWEBBERS FALLS, Okla. -- The Oaks boys and girls basketball teams opened their seasons Monday at Webbers Falls (Okla.). Continue reading...

Bowling teams ready to roll

n The first home match is Dec. 8 against Rogers, Heritage.

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs bowling teams are ready to start the 2016-2017 season. Continue reading...

Been a busy few months

Subscriber onlyIt's been nearly two months since we've had a Timeout column in the Herald-Leader -- Oct. 5 to be exact. That's how busy it's been lately up until the recent Thanksgiving break. Continue reading...

Rogers Great 8 Tournament bracket

Subscriber only2016 First National Bank of NWA Continue reading...

Republic Tournament bracket

Subscriber only52nd annual Republic (Mo.) Boys Basketball Tournament Continue reading...

War Eagles have upper hand

Panthers struggle to keep up in second half

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs has enjoyed a good bit of success against Rogers Heritage in boys basketball over the last several years, but on Monday the War Eagles were the ones getting the taste of victory. Continue reading...

Third quarter woes continue to haunt Golden Eagles

Subscriber onlyJACKSON, Tenn. -- For the second-straight contest, the John Brown University women's basketball team had a lead at the break but was heavily outscored in the third quarter, this time by a 28-19 margin, in a tough 71-64 setback to No. 4 Campbellsville (Ky.) on Friday afternoon inside this historic Oman Arena. Continue reading...

Stanalands participate in Arkansas Youth Hunt

Subscriber onlyPhoto submitted Bryson Stanaland, 7, of Siloam Springs, shot his first deer — a doe — during the Arkansas Youth Hunt on Saturday, Nov. 5. Continue reading...

JBU men's season ends with 1-0 loss

n A set piece goal came back to haunt the Golden Eagles.

Subscriber onlyHATTIESBURG, Miss. -- Just as it did so many times throughout the season, a set piece in the 59th minute cost the No. 18-ranked and 19th-seeded John Brown University men's soccer team, and it proved to be the difference in a 1-0 season-ending defeat to No. 17 and 14th-seeded William Carey in the opening round of the NAIA Men's Soccer National Championships on Saturday at the WCU Soccer Complex. Continue reading...

Heartbreaking finish

Late Cumberland goal ends JBU’s season

Subscriber onlyLEBANON, Tenn. -- Senior Sara Lachance scored the match's first goal in the 23rd minute, but No. 16 and 16th-seeded Cumberland (Tenn.) scored the equalizer later in the half and netted the game winner with just over a minute left, handing the No. 14 and 17th-seeded John Brown University women's soccer team a difficult 2-1 loss in the opening round of the 2016 NAIA Women's Soccer National Championships on Saturday at Kirk Field at Lindsey Donnell Stadium. Continue reading...

Tough third quarter sinks Golden Eagles

n Both of JBU’s losses this season have come to College of the Ozarks (Mo.).

Subscriber onlyPOINT LOOKOUT, Mo. -- A five-point third quarter deteriorated an eight-point halftime lead, and the John Brown University women's basketball team suffered its second-consecutive loss to College of the Ozarks (Mo.), 55-49, on Saturday afternoon inside the Keeter Gymnasium. Continue reading...

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