Siloam Springs sports editor
After giving up an average of 425 yards per game in 2013, the Siloam Springs defense hopes to be more stingy in 2014. First-year defensive coordinator Marc Jones has brought in a 3-4-4 defense and a more simple approach that the Panthers have responded to. Continue reading...
The Siloam Springs offense had its ups and downs last season. The Panthers averaged nearly 280 yards of offense per game, with more than 300 yards of offense in half of their 12 games, but three times were held below 180 yards. A season-high 49 points and 417 yards of offense came in Week 10 in a victory against Van Buren. Siloam Springs turned the ball over 29 times in 12 games -- 19 interceptions and 10 fumbles lost. Continue reading...