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Graham Thomas

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Panthers have holes to fill on offense

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs has some holes to fill on offense after the Panthers produced 3,650 yards of offense and 37 touchdowns in 2014. Continue reading...

Colcord seeks to build on 11-2 season

n The Hornets have had 18 consecutive winning seasons.

Subscriber onlyCOLCORD, Okla -- Fourth-year Colcord head football coach Terrill Denny believes every team in Oklahoma's District 7-2A should be improved from last year. 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...

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...

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...

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...

Youth movement brings optimism in Watts

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

Bulldogs continue to fight numbers game

n A late influx of players has the roster up to 19 players.

Subscriber onlyDECATUR -- Fifth-year Decatur coach Shane Holland knows all about fighting the numbers game with the Bulldogs football program. Continue reading...

Panthers defense should be a strength

Subscriber onlyIn his first season as defensive coordinator at Siloam Springs, Marc Jones brought in a new 3-4 defense, a simple scheme and a super aggressive mindset that allowed the Panthers to play at a high level at times. Continue reading...

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