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Sophomore sensation earns MVP

n Jackson scored a hat trick in the Panthers’ state finals victory.

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- In the aftermath of the Class 6A boys soccer finals last Friday and just before the start of the girls game, Siloam Springs soccer coach Brent Crenshaw found sophomore forward Eli Jackson near the bench. Continue reading...

Reflection on special soccer seasons

Subscriber onlyI've had a few days to reflect back on what we witnessed on Friday at Razorback Field. Continue reading...

Maxwell, Hutto make MVP case

n The two players have won the last three awards combined.

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Siloam Springs junior forward Audrey Maxwell won her second straight Class 6A state finals Most Valuable Player award last Friday after scoring a hat trick with an assist in the Lady Panthers' 6-1 victory over Russellville at Razorback Field on the campus of the University of Arkansas. Continue reading...

JBU women's basketball signs two

Subscriber onlyTwo guards have signed letters of intent and will join the 2017-18 edition of the John Brown University women's basketball team, head coach Jeff Soderquist announced May 18. Continue reading...

Country Club to host First Tee event

Subscriber onlyFirst Tee Camp Continue reading...

4-Peat: Lady Panthers in midst of dynasty

Subscriber onlyBud Sullins/Special to the Herald-Leader Siloam Springs seniors Mackenzie Jones, Anna Claire Lewis and Abigail Cole hoist up the Class 6A state championship trophy Friday after the Lady Panthers defeated Russellville 6-1 at Razorback Field. It was the Lady Panthers' fourth straight state title. Continue reading...

Second straight 'Samba' for Panthers

Subscriber onlyBud Sullins/Special to the Herald-Leader Siloam Springs junior midfielder Aric Lee, right, and Mountain Home senior Jason Standridge collide in the corner of the field battling for a ball during last Friday's Class 6A state championship game at Razorback Field in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

Letter to the Editor

Subscriber onlyI want to share with the community my experience with our local hospital and encourage people to have colonoscopies done. In late April I had a single episode of rectal bleeding and my physician, Dr. Dale Clemens, recommended that I have an early colonoscopy. I was actually not due for a colonoscopy for another year. To my complete surprise, an early operable colon cancer was found on examination. I elected to have the surgical removal of that cancer done by Dr. Jack Alston at our local hospital, the Siloam Springs Regional Hospital. Continue reading...

Again!

n The Panthers won their second straight championship and their fourth overall.

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The Siloam Springs boys soccer team went through a stretch this season where it struggled to score goals -- 11 straight games where it had two or less. Continue reading...

Stewart signs with University of the Ozarks

n He plans on focusing on the 800-meter run.

Subscriber onlyChandler Stewart is fired up about the opportunity to run in college. Continue reading...

Horn participates in state decathlon

n He finished 43rd out of 77 participants.

Subscriber onlyCABOT -- Siloam Springs senior J.D. Horn improved his standing by seven spots on the final day of the Arkansas state decathlon and finished 43rd out of 77 participants Thursday at Panther Stadium. Continue reading...

White shuts down Maroon during spring game

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs Maroon-White spring game is usually a closely-fought affair, with teammates battling each other in a friendly game of football that comes down to a few points. But this year, the result was anything but close, with White trouncing Maroon, 41-7, Friday night at Panther Stadium. Continue reading...

Crenshaw: Undefeated Bombers an impressive team

n Mountain Home (18-0) is seeking its first state boys soccer title.

Subscriber onlyBrent Crenshaw got an up-close view of the Mountain Home boys soccer team on Saturday in the semifinals of the Class 6A state tournament. And what he saw was impressive. Continue reading...

Lady Panthers can't take Lady Cyclones lightly

n Siloam Springs has beaten Russellville three times this season.

Subscriber onlyFor the Siloam Springs girls soccer team, it's going to take a fourth victory over Russellville this season for the Lady Panthers to win their fourth straight state title. Continue reading...

Football to wrap up with Spring Game

n It is set for 6:30 p.m. Friday at Panther Stadium.

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs football team will wrap up spring practice on Friday with its annual Spring Game at 6:30 p.m. at Panther Stadium. Continue reading...

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