Pick’Em Poll — Playoffs Week 4

Playoff Round 4 Games Fayetteville vs. North Little Rock Greenwood vs. Russellville Pulaski Academy vs. Wynne Shiloh Christian at Pea Ridge Warren at Prairie Grove Glen Rose at Charleston Newport at Prescott England at Hampton Camden Harmony Grove at Mount Ida Alabama vs. Florida Oklahoma State at Oklahoma Colorado vs. Washington Wisconsin vs. Penn State Clemson vs. Virginia Tech Kansas City at Atlanta PICK ‘EM POLL Standings Graham Thomas: 135-58 overall, 9-6 last week Paul Boyd: 132-61 overall, 11-4 last week Rick Fires: 130-64 overall, 10-5 last week Vernon Tarver: 127-67 overall, 11-4 last week Henry Apple: 125-69 overall, 9-6 last week Chip Souza: 125-69 overall, 11-4 last week Scottie Bordelon: 119-75 overall, 9-6 last week Mike Capshaw: … Continue Reading ››

VIDEO – TAYLOR POWELL PROFILE

Fayetteville senior quarterback Taylor Powell has already accomplished more than most in his high school playing days. The record holder in Class 7A for career touchdown passes, single season TD passes, single season total TDs accounted for and No. 2 all-time in 7A passing yards, Powell now becomes the first Class 7A quarterback ever the start three state championship games. More than the numbers, Powell just wants one more win. More importantly, one more title.

ARPreps.com’s Tweets of the Week: Nov. 21-27

Welcome to the latest installment of ARPreps.com's Tweets of the Week.

If this is your first time to check out this feature, then here's the skinny: To save you all time, we comb through all the best tweets from high school players and coaches in Northwest Arkansas and compile them all here for your reading enjoyment.

This week's Tweet of the Week comes from Prairie Grove running back/safety Anthony Johnson, who added a slight dig into his birthday wishes for Pea Ridge quarterback Jakota Sainsbury:

anthony-johnson-totw Sainsbury, who showed class in his reply … Continue Reading ››

Bentonville West 2016-17 Boys Preview

CENTERTON — A high school basketball team whose most experienced player is the coach's son is a rather common sight to see. Hayden White is no exception this year, but he receives that label by default. That's because the junior guard came over from Gravette with his father Greg, who will coach Bentonville West's boys basketball team in its inaugural year. Pictures by David Beach - Gabe Hornsby goes up for a layup against Gravette at Bentonville West High School on Saturday, November 19, 2016. Pictures by David Beach - … Continue Reading ››

Bentonville West Girls 2016-17 Preview

CENTERTON — Patience has become Randy Richardson's mantra as Bentonville West's girls begin their inaugural season.

Richardson, a long-time assistant at Bentonville High, would love nothing more than to have the high-intensity practices that he grown accustomed to while he was with the Lady Tigers. But with no seniors on this Lady Wolverines and nobody with varsity playing experience, he's having to change his philosophy somewhat as his young players grown into his new system.

David Beach - Special to the NWA Democrat-Gazette – Imani Montgomery takes a jumper at Bentonville West High School … <a href=Continue Reading ››

Prairie Grove 48, Gosnell 26: Recap with full stats

Averaging more than seven yards per run, Prairie Grove didn’t need to pass much to defeat Gosnell 48-26 at Tiger Stadium on Friday.

When senior quarterback Zeke Laird did drop back to throw, he was effective and efficient by completing 10 of 14 passes for 147 yards and touchdowns to three different receivers.

Of course, senior speed demon Isaac Disney is a weapon (3 receptions, 40 yards, 1 touchdown), but tight end Demarkus Cooper proved to be just as dangerous and difficult to tackle. The Tigers’ 6-foot-1, 220-pound junior tight end finished with three grabs for 82 yards and a touchdown.

Cooper’s … Continue Reading ››

Playoff Recap — Shiloh Christian 49, Dardanelle 28

DARDANELLE — The numbers Connor Reece put up Friday night were staggering, but he did it in only half the allotted time.

Shiloh Christian's senior quarterback, however, completed 18 of 21 passes for 427 yards and six touchdowns and guided the Saints to a 49-28 victory over Dardanelle in Class 4A state playoff quarterfinal action at Keenan Field.

Reece hit five different receivers, with a trio of receivers hauling in five passes apiece. Both Jake Nelson and Jaret Russ surpassed 100 yards receiving, while Russ, Broc Berus and Blake Thomson each had two touchdown catches.

Shiloh Christian's defense, however, also did … Continue Reading ››

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