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8 hrs ago | Log Cabin Democrat
Cabot at CONWAY : Cabot won this matchup 23-9 on its way to the state finals last year, but the Panthers graduated eight starters on offense and five on defense.
12 hrs ago | Batesville Daily Guard
A program for young people that began last year is once again proving it works. Last week 26 young people earned their high school diplomas and/or construction industry certifications.
Any time a team goes undefeated and wins a state championship, there has to be some kind of drop off right? Well that may not be the case for the Booneville Bearcats.
Conway's Wampus Cats got their eyes open Tuesday in a preseason benefit game against North Little Rock, a matchup of two of the top four teams ranked in 7A.
The Panthers, 4-7 a year ago, will play the Badgers in a scheduled 7:30 p.m. game at War Memorial Stadium.
They start the season coming off of back-to-back playoff runs and league championships.
The last time Greenwood played a football game, it saw their 50 game win streak come to an end.
First-year Whirlwinds head coach Dean Norsworthy isn't sure what to expect out of the upcoming Russellville Junior High School football season.
I've made my rounds. I've visited almost every school in the Arkansas River Valley and interviewed kids and coaches for our upcoming 2014 Football Preview, which comes out Sunday.
There's seldom a year that isn't considered a rebuilding year when you coach a junior high football team, so it came as no surprise to Pottsville Junior Apaches head coach Greg Coffman when he began the offseason with only one returning starter on offense and one on defense.
Junior Pirates head coach Ed Kelley wants to change things up on Thursdays when the Dover Junior High football team takes the field.
The names C.J. O'Grady and Dre Greenlaw often get tossed out as the big-time recruits and star players to watch at Fayetteville this season.
The speculation is that the Wolves, who'll take the field with a new coach, will return to their losing ways after setting a school record for victories.
They might own the 7A West with seven consecutive titles and playing in five of the last six state championship games, but the Bentonville Tigers say the past is in the past.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 06:02 pm
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