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Lady Panthers sweep Farmington

n Siloam Springs also swept Huntsville on the road Tuesday.

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs volleyball coach Rose Cheek-Willis wants her team to play aggressive from the opening serve, and the Lady Panthers did that Thursday night. Continue reading...

Seventh-grade football defeats Harrison

n The eighth-graders lost to Rogers Lingle on Thursday night.

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs seventh-grade football team remained unbeaten on the season Tuesday with a 20-6 victory against Harrison at Panther Stadium. Continue reading...

Junior High volleyball teams lose at Fayetteville

n The seventh-grade team picked up a win Thursday at home.

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The Siloam Springs junior high volleyball teams were defeated on the road at Fayetteville on Tuesday night. Continue reading...

SSHS girls set for 6A tourney

n It is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Monday at Jonesboro Country Club.

Subscriber onlyThe proof is in the numbers for the Siloam Springs girls golf team. Continue reading...

Greenwood takes down SSHS tennis

n The Bulldogs and Panthers are scheduled to meet again Oct. 4.

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs tennis teams were defeated Tuesday in a 6A-West Conference match against Greenwood at the John Brown University Tennis Courts. Continue reading...

Watts improves to 4-0

Subscriber onlyWATTS, Okla. -- Watts improved to 4-0 for the first time since 1995 after a 46-0 win against Life Christian (Okla.) on homecoming Friday night. Continue reading...

Women's soccer defeats Bethel

Subscriber onlySophomore Aspen Robinson struck for her team-leading sixth of the season and freshman Kristen Howell tallied a goal late, lifting the John Brown University women's soccer team to a comfortable 2-0 win over Bethel (Tenn.) on Friday evening at Alumni Field. Continue reading...

JBU drops 3-2 match to Texas Wesleyan

Subscriber onlyFreshman Carly McKinney posted a match-high 20 kills but the John Brown University volleyball team couldn't finish off a five-set comeback (15-25, 25-17, 23-25, 25-21, 8-15), falling to Texas Wesleyan (16-2, 3-2 SAC) on Friday night inside Bill George Arena. Continue reading...

Annual OCLE set for Sept. 29

n Shelley Simmons will be the honoree at this year’s ‘roast and toast.’

Subscriber onlyTime is running out to sign up for one of the Chamber of Commerce's major yearly events. The Outstanding Civic Leadership Event will be held on Sept. 29. Continue reading...

Panthers coming up short in crunch time

Subscriber onlyBryan Ross corrected me just moments after the Panthers let one get away Friday night at Van Buren. Continue reading...

Stars take down JBU volleyball

Subscriber onlyOKLAHOMA CITY -- Finishing its two-day swing through Oklahoma City, the John Brown University volleyball team couldn't sweep the weekend slate of contests as No. 18 Oklahoma City defeated the Golden Eagles 3-1 (25-14, 25-15, 19-25, 25-14) inside Abe Lemons Arena on Saturday afternoon. Continue reading...

JBU women defeat OBU

Subscriber onlySophomore Aspen Robinson converted a penalty kick with 13 minutes remaining and freshman Katherine Haar capped off an individual effort with 41 ticks left in the match, powering the John Brown University women's soccer team to a 2-0 win over Ouachita Baptist on Saturday afternoon at Alumni Field. Continue reading...

JBU men run well again

Subscriber onlyJOPLIN, Mo. -- Sophomore Josh Uzelac nearly kept the same pace he posted two weeks ago and contributed a top 10 finish to power the John Brown University men's cross country team to a fifth-place finish at the 8,000-kilometer Missouri Southern State Stampede on Saturday morning. Continue reading...

Women's cross country shows improvement

Subscriber onlyJOPLIN, Mo. -- The John Brown University women's cross country team shaved off eight minutes from its team time and finished in 11th place at the annual Missouri Southern State Stampede on Saturday morning. Continue reading...

Junior High teams run well at 'Classic'

n The girls finished fourth, while the boys took fifth place.

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs junior high cross country teams competed Saturday in the annual Panther Cross Country Classic held on the Simmons Course. Continue reading...

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