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Cold shooting JBU women fall at SAGU

Subscriber onlyWAXAHACHIE, Texas -- The No. 18 John Brown University women's basketball team entered the Shaffer Center looking to put its last setback in the rear-view mirror, but its shooting struggles continued as the Golden Eagles fell 52-43 at Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas) on Thursday evening. Continue reading...

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Wright named new head volleyball coach

n The announcement was made at Thursday’s board meeting.

Subscriber onlyJoellen Wright is getting a second opportunity to lead the Siloam Springs volleyball program, and this time it's on a permanent basis. Continue reading...

SSFC to hold spring registration

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs Futbol Club will be taking registrations for the spring season through Feb. 11. You can register online at www.siloamspringsFC.com or by visiting the Parks and Recreation Department located at 120 S. Mt. Olive St. Continue reading...

SSHS bowlers defeat Van Buren, Elkins

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs bowling team hopes to peak at the right time this season, and it looks like the Panthers and Lady Panthers are starting to do that. Continue reading...

Siloam Springs to host 6A state soccer

n The tournament will be held May 11-13.

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs boys and girls soccer teams have had plenty of success traveling on the road for state tournaments in recent years, but that won't be the case this year. Continue reading...

JBU men rally for victory at SAGU

Subscriber onlyWAXAHACHIE, Texas -- The John Brown University men's basketball team erased a 17-point first-half deficit and held Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas) to just 21 second-half points as the Golden Eagles picked up a big road win 71-64 Thursday inside the Shaffer Center. Continue reading...

Ninth-grade teams sweep Bentonville West

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs ninth-grade girls watched a double-digit lead disappear in the fourth quarter, but the Lady Panthers were able to hold on and beat Bentonville West 30-29 on Thursday at Panther Activity Center. Continue reading...

Farmington defeats seventh-grade teams

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs seventh-grade boys 'A' team was defeated 38-24 against Farmington last Wednesday. Continue reading...

Eighth-graders fall at Bentonville Washington

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- The Siloam Springs eighth-grade girls basketball team was defeated 45-24 Thursday at Bentonville Washington. Continue reading...

Craving hoops? Plenty to see

Subscriber onlyI got my basketball fix in over the holidays with three days of the Siloam Springs Holiday Classic, and the season is really just getting started around here. Continue reading...

Panther teams play at Harrison

Subscriber onlyBud Sullins/Special to the Herald-Leader Siloam Springs sophomore Chloe Price goes up for the shot against Harrison last week. Price and the Lady Panthers played at Clarksville on Tuesday night. Results were not available at presstime. Siloam Springs hosts Alma in a 5A/6A District 1 game on Friday at Panther Activity Center. Continue reading...

Texas-sized romp

n The JBU women lost 100-72 on Saturday at Wayland Baptist.

Subscriber onlyPLAINVIEW, Texas -- In what was anticipated as a heavyweight conference matchup, Wayland Baptist (Texas) received a game-high 46 points from Jade Jones and the Flying Queens shot 55.1 percent from the floor, handing the No. 18 John Brown University women's basketball team a 100-72 loss inside the Hutcherson Center on Saturday afternoon. Continue reading...

Wayland Baptist rolls by JBU men

n The Pioneers handed the Golden Eagles their second straight loss.

Subscriber onlyPLAINVIEW, Texas -- Russell Harrison poured in a game-high 25 points for Wayland Baptist (Texas) and the Pioneers defeated the John Brown University men's basketball team on Saturday (Jan. 7) afternoon by a 91-66 final inside the Hutcherson Center. Continue reading...

Swim teams compete at Clarksville Invitational

Subscriber onlyCLARKSVILLE -- The Siloam Springs swimming teams returned to action on Monday at the Clarksville January Invitational held at the Clarksville Aquatic Center. Continue reading...

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