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Lady Panthers swept twice

n Rogers, Bentonville win nonconference volleyball matches.

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Madison Sherrill set the pace early for Rogers High School. Continue reading...

A good start

Panthers defeats Rebels in scrimmage

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs more than held its own against Fort Smith Southside on Tuesday night. Continue reading...

Tennis continues strong start

Subscriber onlyGREENWOOD -- The Siloam Springs tennis teams continued their strong starts to the 2015 season at Greenwood on Thursday. Continue reading...

JBU men settle for scoreless draw

Subscriber onlyThe John Brown men's soccer team fired 20 shots, six on goal, but couldn't solve Central Baptist as the two squads battled to a 0-0 double-overtime draw in JBU's home opener Friday at Alumni Field. Continue reading...

Boys golf falls one stroke short

Subscriber onlyGREENWOOD -- The Siloam Springs boys golf team came up one stroke short on Thursday. Continue reading...

Golden Eagles erupt offensively with six goals

Subscriber onlyFive different John Brown women's soccer players racked up three points apiece, including starting keeper Hannah Poor, as the Golden Eagles fired 53 shots in a 6-0 victory over Central Baptist on Friday afternoon in JBU's home opener at Alumni Field. Continue reading...

Golden Eagles roll to fourth-straight sweep

Subscriber onlyHOUSTON -- Senior Audrey Dearien posted a game-high 14 kills, and the John Brown volleyball team used 10 service aces and a .569 attack percentage to roll past Southwestern (Kan.) for its fourth-consecutive sweep on Friday at the Jerabeck Athletic Center. Continue reading...

Ninth-grade volleyball suffers first loss of year

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The Siloam Springs ninth-grade volleyball team lost its first match of the season Tuesday 2-1 against Rogers at Elmwood Middle School. Continue reading...

Golfers hope improvement continues

Subscriber onlyThe John Brown University men's golf team lowered its team average by two strokes, down from 317 in the 2013-14 season to 317 in 2014-15. Continue reading...

Panthers hang tough

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs boys tennis team held its own Monday with defending 4A state champion Shiloh Christian at the John Brown University Tennis Complex. Continue reading...

Gravette to lean on big offensive line

Subscriber onlyGRAVETTE --- From 2005 to 2011, the Gravette Lions won 59 games, while appearing twice in the Class 4A Quarterfinals (2005, 2011) and once in the 4A Semifinals (2007). Along the way the Lions won a 1-4A title and finished runner-up three times.. The 2012 and 2013 seasons, however, saw GHS fall on hard times as the two teams combined for seven wins. In 2014, much behind the rushing attack led by departed 1-4A Back of the Year Cedric Duarte (1,500 yards in 2014), the Lions returned to form as they finished the regular season above .500, at 6-4, before falling to eventual state champion Warren in the first round of the playoffs. Continue reading...

Pioneers open 2015 under new coach

n Paul Ernest was hired from Nashville to take over the program.

Subscriber onlyIn his first days and weeks on the job, first-year Gentry coach Paul Ernest had to identify his personnel before he could ever settle on what kind of offense to run. Continue reading...

Youth movement brings optimism in Watts

Subscriber onlyWATTS, Okla. -- The future is now for the Watts (Okla.) football team in 2015. Continue reading...

Comets hoping for turnaround in 2015

Subscriber onlyKANSAS, Okla. -- Not much went right for the Kansas (Okla.) football team in 2014. Continue reading...

Oaks counting on battle-tested seniors

Subscriber onlyOAKS, Okla. -- It's been a gradual improvement the last three seasons for the Oaks-Mission (Okla.) football team. Continue reading...

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