Graham Thomas

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Panthers drop home match

n Springdale Har-Ber defeated Siloam Springs by 10 strokes on Wednesday.

Subscriber onlyA short-handed Siloam Springs boys golf team dropped its first home match of the season Wednesday. Continue reading...

Girls improving

n Lady Panthers win home match against Springdale Har-Ber.

Subscriber onlyHard work is starting to pay off for the Siloam Springs girls golf team. Continue reading...

Decatur rallies numbers for 2016

n The Bulldogs finished 1-8 in 2015.

Subscriber onlyDECATUR -- Decatur didn't field a football team in 2009 because of a lack of participation, and it looked like the Bulldogs might face a similar fate in 2016 -- until Monday, Aug. 15. Continue reading...

Young but talented

n JBU volleyball coach Ken Carver believes the team has a high ceiling.

Subscriber onlyWith only one senior on the roster entering the 2016 season and 11 of the 15 players on the roster being either sophomores or freshman, the John Brown volleyball team definitely has a young flavor to it. Continue reading...

Bring back the magic

n The Golden Eagles are motivated to make another run at NAIA berth.

Subscriber onlyThe 2015 soccer season was a special one for the John Brown University men's soccer team, and one that ended a bit too soon. Continue reading...

JBU women hope to stay on top

n The Golden Eagles have played in the last three conference tournament finals.

Subscriber onlySome of the names have changed at the top of the women's soccer standings in the Sooner Athletic Conference, but one in particular has remained a constant over the last three seasons. Continue reading...

Two weeks in the books

n The Panthers finished practice on Friday with a scrimmage.

Subscriber onlyThe defense is ahead of the offense after two weeks of football practice, and that's not a big surprise, according to Siloam Springs football coach Bryan Ross. Continue reading...

SSHS in new blended conference

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs football team's path to the postseason is an easy one to follow: The Panthers must finish in the top six of the 6A-West Conference in order to secure a playoff berth. Continue reading...

Embracing expectations

n The Siloam Springs girls cross country team is vying for its third straight 6A title.

Subscriber onlyWith state championships come high expectations. That's the reality for the Siloam Springs girls cross country team -- the two-time defending Class 6A state champions. Continue reading...

Greenwood impressive once again

Subscriber onlyAn assignment for the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's annual preseason football section sent me down to Greenwood last week. Continue reading...

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