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JBU volleyball wins two more

Subscriber onlyMARSHALL, Texas -- After a 3-1 weekend at the Oklahoma Baptist Invitational, the Golden Eagles (5-1) took to the road two days after its previous match, only to post consecutive sweeps over Jarvis Christian (Texas) and Wiley (Texas) Tuesday afternoon. Continue reading...

Men's soccer loses opener

Subscriber onlyWINONA LAKE, Ind. -- The John Brown men's soccer team outshot the host Grace (Ind.) in its season-opener, but allowed a goal in the 56th minute, falling 1-0 to the Lancers on Thursday. Continue reading...

Boys golf defeats Greenwood

Subscriber onlyAfter nearly two weeks away from the golf course, the Siloam Springs boys and girls golf teams returned to action with two matches last week. Continue reading...

Frey's OT goal wins it for JBU

Subscriber onlyWINONA LAKE, Ind. -- Playing in her first collegiate soccer match, freshman striker Sara Frey became her team's overtime hero in the John Brown University women's soccer team's season opener Friday by scoring the game-winning overtime tally, vaulting No. 22 Golden Eagles to a 1-0 win over Taylor (Ind.) in the opening game of the Grace College Classic. Continue reading...

Lady Mounties roll after early loss

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs dug itself a hole in game one against Rogers High but managed to rally for a 26-24 victory. Continue reading...

JBU men's soccer to play "under the lights"

Subscriber onlyJohn Brown University athletics will host its "First Game Under the Lights" at 7:30 p.m. on Friday when the Golden Eagles men's soccer team hosts William Woods University. Continue reading...

Panthers open season Friday

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Freshman volleyball off to 0-2 start

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs ninth-grade volleyball team dropped its second game of the season Tuesday in a 25-9, 25-16 loss to Rogers at the Panther Activity Center. Continue reading...

Tennis teams open season

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- The Siloam Springs tennis teams opened their 2014 season on Thursday with a tri-match against Springdale and Mountain Home held at Springdale High School. Continue reading...

Warriors hope to take next step in 2014

Subscriber onlyOAKS, Okla. -- The Oaks-Mission (Okla.) Warriors got a taste of the Oklahoma Class B state playoffs last season, even though their postseason stay was brief. Continue reading...

Veteran Panthers lead offensive attack

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs offense had its ups and downs last season. The Panthers averaged nearly 280 yards of offense per game, with more than 300 yards of offense in half of their 12 games, but three times were held below 180 yards. A season-high 49 points and 417 yards of offense came in Week 10 in a victory against Van Buren. Siloam Springs turned the ball over 29 times in 12 games -- 19 interceptions and 10 fumbles lost. Continue reading...

Panthers excited to unveil new defensive scheme

Subscriber onlyAfter giving up an average of 425 yards per game in 2013, the Siloam Springs defense hopes to be more stingy in 2014. First-year defensive coordinator Marc Jones has brought in a 3-4-4 defense and a more simple approach that the Panthers have responded to. Continue reading...

Pioneers in underdog role again in 2014

Subscriber onlyGENTRY -- For the second straight season, the Gentry Pioneers have been picked by the 1-4A Conference coaches to finish last in the league. Continue reading...

Engineers hope they've turned the corner

Subscriber onlyWATTS, Okla. -- Things began to turn around for the Watts (Okla.) Engineers toward the end of the 2013 football season. Continue reading...

Comets not making excuses despite low numbers

Subscriber onlyKANSAS, Okla. -- The Kansas (Okla.) Comets certainly aren't going to feel sorry for themselves this football season. Continue reading...

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