Fayetteville’s Coulters win Tweet of the Week

This week, we're taking a little different approach by giving fictitious (aka make believe) awards for each of the tweets that we highlight.

Of course, we're begin as we always do with the ARPreps.com Tweet of the Week, which also could have won the award for the "Best HBD tweet" if it hadn't been filled with so much irony. (Note for readers over 40: "HBD" stands for Happy Birthday)

Fayetteville's Blake Coulter sent the tweet to his sister, Kylee Coulter. The irony is in the sad fact that Kylee — a University of Nebraska-Omaha basketball signee — underwent knee surgery on Tuesday. Also, … Continue Reading ››

Springdale High Basketball – Week of Feb. 13

Heather Hunsucker's Lady Red'Dogs rebounded from Tuesday's loss to Springdale Har-Ber with a 60-45 win against Bentonville West. The win moves Springdale to 12-11 overall and 6-4 in 7A-West play.

Marquesha Davis led all scorers with 13 points on 5 of 9 shooting and seven rebounds. Jeniya Gause and Sarah Vogel each added 10 points in the win as well. A big week lies ahead of Springdale. Hunsucker will need contributions all around.

The Red'Dogs came up short twice last week against Har-Ber and Bentonville West at home. Springdale gave up a pair of double-digit leads to the Wildcats in a 55-49 … Continue Reading ››

Springdale Har-Ber Basketball – Week of Feb. 13

Har-Ber sophomore Tylor Perry drove the lane in the final seconds of overtime Friday at Bentonville High, tossing a layup softly off the glass. The result? Sole possession of first place in the 7A-West.

Perry scored a game-high 25 points, including the game-winner in an overtime thriller over the Tigers. Har-Ber rallied from 17 points down in the win. Tyler Garrett added 16 points, and is averaging a touch over 16 in his last three games. Now, Har-Ber has to avoid two losses over its final four games to earn a conference title.

Jaime Green's Lady Wildcats are rolling, too. Har-Ber is … Continue Reading ››

Rogers Heritage sports this week – Feb. 13

The War Eagles picked up a big 37-34 win over Van Buren on Friday to pull into a fourth-place tie with the Pointers in the 7A-West Conference.<br><br> Rogers Heritage (14-9, 6-4 7A-West) plays host to Fayetteville on Tuesday, then travels to Bentonville West on Friday in a huge week for the War Eagles.<br><br> The Lady War Eagles (6-17, 0-10) are searching for their first league win and have lost 10 straight.<br><br> The Heritage wrestling team finished fourth out of 14 teams in the Big West Conference tournament over the weekend and will prepare for the Class 6A-7A state tournament this weekend.<br><br> The War Eagles … Continue Reading ››

Rogers High sports this week – Feb. 13

The Rogers High Lady Mounties basketball team dropped a tough game to 7A-West leader Fayetteville on Friday, but remain in a third-place tie with Springdale HIgh.<br><br> Rogers (14-9, 6-4 7A-West) travel to second-place Van Buren on Tuesday, but hosts Bentonville on Friday in what should be a big game.<br><br> The Mounties (7-16, 0-10) are still looking for their first win in league play and have lost 11 straight.<br><br> The Rogers wrestlers will participate in the ninth annual Class 6A-7A state tournament in Little Rock this weekend. The Mounties finished fifth out of 14 teams with 103.5 points in the Big West Conference tournament … Continue Reading ››

Bentonville West Basketball — Week of Feb. 13

The last four games of the regular season have become a matter of survival for Bentonville West's boys.

The Wolverines (11-12, 4-6 7A-West) snapped out of a three-game tailspin Friday night by grinding out a 37-28 victory at Springdale High and improved their chances of going to the Class 7A state tournament in their inaugural season. West scored 17 points in the fourth quarter -- nine by Gabe Hornsby -- after being limited to just 20 points over the first three quarters of play.

The victory not only gives West a one-game lead over Springdale in the 7A-West standings, but the nine-point … Continue Reading ››

Bentonville High Basketball — Week of Feb. 13

Bentonville's girls enter this week really needing a win, in more ways than one.

With four games left in the regular-season schedule, the Lady Tigers (11-12, 4-6 7A-West) can clinch a berth in the state tournament with one more win and a Bentonville West loss. Bentonville, however, needs a win to improve its situation in the Class 7A state tournament seedings.

If the season ended now, the Lady Tigers would be the No. 6 seed and would likely face Conway or Fort Smith Northside in a first-round game.

There is not much room for error on Bentonville's side now, especially since its … Continue Reading ››

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