North Little Rock’s Adrian Moore (top) has missed one game after a scary fall during a game last week at Little Rock Central.
NLR star returning from fallPosted: at 2:59 a.m.
Adrian Moore went up for a two-handed slam dunk Jan. 29 and came down with a sickening thud.
Austin Salazar signs a national letter of intent to run track and cross country at the University of Central Arkansas with mother Emily Salazar and brother Christian Salazar, front row, and coaches Becky Efurd, back row from left, Carlton Efurd and Jim Yurwitz, during a ceremony in the commons at Rogers High on Friday Dec. 5, 2014.
The only thing track coaches really know about this weekend's state indoor meets is there will be a lot of unknown factors involved.
Bishop Gorman quarterback Tate Martell is tackled by St. John Bosco's Clifford Simms during the first half of a high school football game in Las Vegas. Martell, the nation's No. 2 junior quarterback according to the 247Sports Composite, has verbally committed to Texas A&M.
Signing day 2016 is in the books, but the race for top 2017 quarterback prospects began long before it ended.
ROGERS -- Mike Loyd and Tony Travis have shown the ability to build successful programs during their football coaching careers.
NWA Democrat-Gazette/ANDY SHUPE David Carachure (2) of Springdale scores ahead of C.J. Thompson (3) of Tulsa (Okla.) Holland Hall Tuesday. Dec. 29, 2015, during the first half at Siloam Springs High School. Visit nwadg.com/photos to see more photographs from the game.
SPRINGDALE -- David Carachure spent his junior basketball season cheering from the end of the Springdale High bench during varsity games.
SILOAM SPRINGS -- Baily Cameron was already having a solid season for John Brown and she stepped her game up another level Thursday against Southwestern Christian (Okla.).
NWA Democrat-Gazette/JASON IVESTER Taylor Pike of Bentonville competes Thursday in the 100-yard butterfly during the Har-Ber Invitational at The Jones Center for Families in Springdale.
SPRINGDALE -- Bentonville was a double winner at the Springdale Har-Ber Invitational swim meet Thursday at the Jones Center.
Tony Travis is expected to be named head coach at Rogers Heritage after spending seven seasons at Pea Ridge.
Rogers High School and Heritage High School will get new coaches, pending approval by the Rogers School Board.
Little Rock Parkview’s Rod Terry (top) pulls down a rebound in front of Pine Bluff’s Trey Williams during the Patriots’ 69-45 victory over the Zebras on Tuesday in Little Rock.
The Little Rock Parkview Patriots made up for a recent disappointment with a 69-45 victory over the Pine Bluff Zebras at Ripley Gymnasium on Tuesday night.
Senior Jarquez McClendon knocked down two free throws with six seconds to play to lift West Memphis to a 50-48 victory over Little Rock Central.
Down several players to sickness, Alma needed something special to knock off Bryant.
Alexsis Brown scored eight consecutive points in the fourth quarter to help the Little Rock Central girls to a 46-41 victory over West Memphis.
Riverview Coach Ryan Smith said his team only knows one way to play -- full speed.
PEA RIDGE -- Pea Ridge used a 22-1 run that spanned the second and third periods and Westin Church scored 14 points as the Blackhawks defeated Prairie Grove 57-29 in a 4A-1 Conference game Tuesday night.
The Harrison Lady Goblins' 5A-West turnaround continued Tuesday night with a 53-40 victory over Greenbrier at LT's Court.
BAPTIST PREP 65, ROBINSON 32 Connor Vanover led the Eagles (14-8, 9-1) with 18 points, 13 rebounds and 4 blocked shots in a victory over the visiting Senators (3-13, 2-7). Cory McGonigal added 13 points and seven assists and freshman Issac McBride put in 11 points and handed out five assists.
CONWAY 61, SILOAM SPRINGS 22 Alexis Tolefree scored 28 of her game-high 31 points in the first half as Conway defeated Siloam Springs in a 7A/6A-Central Conference game in Conway. Tolefree scored 12 points in the first quarter as Conway raced to a 21-8 lead.
Shiloh Christian brought a deep bench to Tuesday night's 4A-1 Conference boys basketball clash.
Elkins defender Ethan Hipps (3) tries to steal the ball from West Fork's Ryan Roebke (11) Tuesday, February 2, 2016 during their game in West Fork.
Elkins shut down West Fork's perimeter scoring in the second half and held the Lady Tigers to one field goal over the final five minutes to grab a 53-45 3A-1 West Conference win Tuesday night at the Tiger Dome.
Tigers tight end first FBS signee from his hometownPosted: Feb 3, 2016 at 1 a.m.
Prairie Grove senior Dylan Soehner will sign with Iowa State as part of Signing Day today.
Pea Ridge’s Britton Caudill shoots Tuesday while Prairie Grove’s Nick Ellis defends in Pea Ridge. For a gallery of game images, go to nwamedia.photoshelter.com.
Pea Ridge used a 22-1 run that spanned the second and third periods and Westin Church scored 14 points as the Blackhawks defeated Prairie Grove 57-29 in a 4A-1 Conference game Tuesday night.
Lunney: 248 victories, 8 championships wonPosted: Feb 2, 2016 at 3:21 a.m.
When it comes to the legacy of former Arkansas high school football coach Barry Lunney, Fayetteville Coach Daryl Patton is one of the coaches who can speak to how well regarded the former Fort Smith Southside and Bentonville leader was.
Emily Seiler of Rogers Heritage takes the court Friday before the game against Springdale Har-Ber in War Eagle Arena at Rogers Heritage.
Seiler back to full-speedPosted: Feb 2, 2016 at 1 a.m.
ROGERS -- Emily Seiler walked out of the Rogers Heritage dressing room with an ice bag wrapped to her left knee after nearly every game or practice last season.
Jessieville’s Kellie Lampo, a 6-1 junior, thrives on contact and averages 23 points and 12 rebounds per game. But she has other bskills as well, such as shooting 71 percent from the free-throw line.
JESSIEVILLE -- There is nothing subtle about Kellie Lampo when the 6-1 junior receives a pass underneath the basket.
MARION -- North Little Rock bounced back in a big way Saturday afternoon.
Meredith Lakis and Emily Seiler (3) of Rogers Heritage block a shot by Khanni Shannon of Springdale Har-Ber on Friday at War Eagle Arena in Rogers.
ROGERS -- Rogers Heritage got off to a strong start and held off a late Springdale Har-Ber charge to claim a big 57-51 7A-West Conference win Friday night at War Eagle Arena.
Lauren Hargus (left) of Bentonville and Haley Ratcliff of Fayetteville tie up a loose ball Fridayduring the second half at Bulldog Arena in Fayetteville. Visit nwadg.com/photos to see more photographs from the game.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A jam-packed crowd at Bulldog Arena got the show it came to see Friday.
The Little Rock Central girls basketball team is undefeated no longer.
Jerrick Cole scored 26 points — 12 in the fourth quarter — and the Little Rock Fair War Eagles outlasted Tyree Appleby and the Jacksonville Red Devils 65-62 in a 5A-Central contest at Fair’s gymnasium.
What Cameron Johnson does for the Little Rock Central boys' basketball team is not a surprise to Coach Oliver Fitzpatrick.
Dayton Artis, Little Rock Hall's lone senior, did all he could to lift the Warriors to a 55-45 victory over Little Rock Parkview on Friday night on the Patriots' home floor.
It took two overtimes for the Morrilton Devil Dogs to put away the Little Rock Christian Warriors at Christian on Friday.
MARION -- Jonesboro used a 12-0 second-quarter run to spark its offense in an 82-68 victory over Marion on Friday.
SILOAM SPRINGS -- Kyle Snavely crowned homecoming queen Abby Cox, kissed her on the forehead and then went and played the best game of his career Friday.
WEST MEMPHIS -- West Memphis had only one player with 10 or more points, but the Blue Devils' balanced attack was enough to defeat Mountain Home 57-45.
SPRINGDALE -- Jack Lindsey didn't have to shoot. Springdale High had the ball with a one-point lead and less than a minute left.
WEST FORK -- Cody Vaught can't recall a bigger regular-season victory in his four years as a head coach than the one West Fork's boys picked up Friday night -- or most dramatic.
VAN BUREN -- The Van Buren Lady Pointers started the game by not missing their first four shots Friday night at Clair Bates Arena.
PREP BASKETBALL - Girls Haas Hall 69, NWA Classical Academy 13
FORT SMITH — In the battle of Fort Smith, Northside’s attacking aggression — on offense as well as defense — was too much for Southside.