All posts by Mike Capshaw

Mike primarily covers Fayetteville and Farmington.

RAPID REACTION: Clinton 45, Greenland 0

GREENLAND —Clinton dominated every aspect of the game en route to a 45-0 victory against Greenland at Jonathan Ramey Memorial Field on Friday.

The Yellow Jackets' Wing-T offense swarmed the Pirates from all sides as nine different players ran the ball during a first half that saw Clinton (3-1 overall, 1-0 in 3A-1 conference play) score 32 unanswered points. Meanwhile, senior quarterback Kort Weaver was 5 of 7 passing for 180 yards and a pair of touchdown passes — all in the first half.

A one-yard touchdown run by Clinton senior Wyatt McCoy, his second of the game, with more than three … Continue Reading ››

Prep Report Class 5A and Below — Week 4

week-3-statistics Greenland Pirates Greenland suffered its first defeat, losing by a touchdown (19-12) at Gentry. The Pirates (2-1) allied for 12 points in the fourth quarter, but it was too little, too late after the Pioneers built a 19-0 lead. Long-time Pirates coach Lee Larkan believes the game was lost much earlier after his team lost a fumble deep in its first drive of the game. They then lost tailback Michael McAdoo to an injury, and the senior is not expected to play this week against Clinton at home. “We don't have much … Continue Reading ››

Prairie Grove’s Disney Named Athlete of the Week

Prairie Grove’s Isaac Disney is the Athlete of the Week after turning in a whale of a performance during the Tigers’’ 53-0 victory against West Fork.

Isaac Disney
Isaac Disney
The senior speedster, who also shines on the basketball court and the baseball field, caught three passes for 98 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Disney added an interception return for another score.

Other Week 3 standouts were Fayetteville’s Taylor Powell, who finished with 336 total yards and three touchdown passes. Two of those … Continue Reading ››


Any game where your team doesn’t punt and has three, one-play drives is going to result in a positive outcome, just as it did for Shiloh Christian (3-0) during a 48-19 rout against Pottsville on Friday night.

Broc Berus had 11 carries for 146 yards and two touchdowns. He also added a 70-yard catch and sprint to the end zone.

Connor Reece was 8 of 15 for 181 yards with two touchdowns and one interception, his second of the season. In the third-year starter’s defense, the ball was tipped by his own player and into the hands of a Pottsville defender. … Continue Reading ››

RAPID REPORT: Shiloh Christian 48, Pottsville 19

SPRINGDALE — By halftime, Broc Berus had amassed more than 200 yards and three touchdowns en route to Shiloh Christian's 48-19 win against Pottsville at Champions Stadium.

The Saints' senior touched the ball just once in the second half as he finished with 12 carries for 148 yards and two touchdowns. Berus also caught a 70-yard touchdown pass from Connor Reece, who completed 7 of 13 passes for 174 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

Jaret Russ rushed for two touchdowns, including a 73-yard run when the Saints went for it on 4th-down-and-short from deep in their own territory. That gave Shiloh … Continue Reading ››

VIDEO: Rays of Sonshine – Spotlight on Sons of Coaches

We visited with Shiloh Christian linebacker/running back Broc Berus and his dad, defensive coordinator Chris Berus. Also, interviews with Prairie Grove son-coach duos Zeke and Craig Laird, and John David and John Elder.

To learn more about the relationships, read the full story by clicking here.

VIDEO: Richards sisters continue legacy

Sophomore Lexi Richards and senior Haley Richards continue the legacy of Richards sisters at Shiloh Christian. All four have made impacts on the Lady Saints' volleyball program, and Lexi is the last of the sisters. To learn more about the Richards sisters, click here to read the full feature from today's Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.


Coming off a 44-42 win at 5A Little Rock Christian in Week 2 and a 35-22 win at a 3A Elkins in Week 1, the Saints finally get to play at home and against a fellow 4A opponent.

But that doesn’t mean the final non-conference game will be breeze as Pottsville has averaged nearly nine wins in each of the past six seasons under coach Bryan Rust. The Apaches opened this season with a 35-21 home win against Fountain Lake before losing 21-6 at Class 5A Vilonia this past week.

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