Springdale Football By The Numbers

Springdale receiver Salvador Sandoval had six catches for 152 yards and a touchdown in the Bulldogs' season opener against Greenwood.
Springdale opened its season with a 56-26 home loss to Greenwood on Friday night.

Here’s a by-the-numbers look at the Bulldogs.

568 — Yards of total offense for Greenwood, 286 passing and 282 rushing.

232 — Yards passing for quarterback Fuller Chandler, a new career-high.  The junior completed 13 of 27 passes and threw two touchdowns and two interceptions. He was 6 of 8 for 142 yards and a … Continue Reading ››

Week 1 NWA Box Scores

How They Scored

Class 7A

Fayetteville 45, Lawton Eisenhower 38



First Quarter

Fay — Conway 33 FG, 8:09.

Ike — Bussey 54 pass from Bross (Bross pass to Spratt.), 3:00.

Second Quarter

Ike — Blowe 30 FG, 8:25.

Fay — Lockett 65 kickoff return (Conway kick), 8:12. Ike — McGee 2 run (run failed), 4:34.

Fay — O’Grady 9 pass from Lindsey (Conway kick), 0:59.

Third Quarter

Fay — O’Grady 20 pass from Powell (Conway kick), 8:22.

Ike — Bussey 17 pass from Bross (Blowe kick), 6:30.

Fay — Morris 56 pass from Powell (Conway kick), 5:36.

Ike — Spratt 29 pass from Bross (Blowe kick), 0:25.

Fourth Quarter

Fay — Rock 29 run (Conway kick), … Continue Reading ››

Wrong Golf Score Works In Bentonville’s Favor

The final scorecard at Centennial Valley Golf Course in Conway made it appear that Bentonville's boys would have to settle for a second-place finish at the Conway Invitational Tournament.


That all changed after a 45-minute discussion, and the Tigers were able to claim the team title during Saturday's tournament. Bentonville had a 320 team score, followed by Conway with 325 and Little Rock Catholic with 326.

The talk centered over a Conway golfer that wrote the wrong score on a certain hole. Bentonville coach Kent Early said that his golfer, Nate Morey, called … Continue Reading ››

Week 1 Notable Performances and Games


Here are a few notable performances and games from the first week of the Arkansas high school football season. Are we forgetting anyone? Let us know by commenting below or tweeting us at @arpreps.


    • Rogers fullback Bryan Grigsby rushed 32 times for 446 yards and five touchdowns in the Mounties' 35-21 win over Siloam Springs. That shatters the 7A West record of 350 yards by Fort Smith Northside's Keniko Logan in the mid-1990s. It ranks fourth all-time in Arkansas history.

Olathe (Kan.) North 18, Rogers Heritage 13

ROGERS — Rogers Heritage looked as though it would walk away with a victory in its season opener Friday night thanks to a pair of fourth-down stops in the fourth quarter.

But victory slipped though the War Eagles’ grasp thanks to a late fumble and Olathe (Kan.) North nabbed the 18-13 victory in Gates Stadium.

Olathe North running back Venus Triplett plowed into the end zone from 4 yards out with 44 seconds left in the contest to give the Eagles (1-0) the victory.

Just a few plays earlier it was Heritage that was celebrating a fourth down stop deep in War Eagles … Continue Reading ››

Greenwood 56, Springdale 26

Greenwood running back Jordan Green had 157 rushing yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs' 56-26 win at Springdale on Friday.
SPRINGDALE — Class 6A power Greenwood kicked off the season with a convincing victory Friday night at Springdale High.

Junior running back Jordan Green ran for 157 yards and two touchdowns as Greenwood used 49 unanswered points to turn an early deficit into a convincing 56-26 win at Bulldog Stadium.

Green’s big night helped Greenwood (1-0) open the season with an impressive performance in its first game since … Continue Reading ››

Grigsby Smashes Rushing Record In Rogers High Win

ROGERS — The new cast in the Rogers High triple option offense got off to a slow start Friday night against Siloam Springs.

Rogers, which has 11 new starters on offense, failed to get a first down on its first possession after watching the Panthers offense use just two plays for a 7-0 lead on the game’s opening possession.

But then Mounties fullback Bryan Grigsby kicked the offense into gear with a record setting performance. Grigsby rushed 32 times for 446 yards and the senior scored all five of the Mounties touchdowns in a 35-21 victory over Siloam Springs in the season … Continue Reading ››

Webb City 42, Springdale Har-Ber 13

WEBB CITY, Mo. — Springdale Har-Ber couldn't slow Webb City's potent offensive attack.

The Cardinals jumped to a 28-7 halftime lead and defeated Har-Ber 42-13 Friday in the season-opener for the Wildcats. Webb City (3-0) scored on three touchdown runs of at least 50 yards and quarterback Tyson Roderique added two scoring passing.

Caleb Daniels threw a 53-yard touchdown pass to Luke Hannon and sophomore Trey Smith scored on a 7-yard run.

The game was delayed for over two hours because of lightening and thunderstorms in the area.

Har-Ber will play at Kansas City (Mo.) Rockhurst on Friday.

Week 1 Scoreboard

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Monday, Sept. 1

Arkadelphia 42, Stuttgart 13

Hot Springs Lakeside 36, Lincoln 0

Little Rock Central 38, Dallas Madison (Texas) 0

Midland Christian (Texas) 56, Highland 7

Tuesday, Sept. 2

Central Arkansas Christian 36, Arkansas Baptist 35

Dardanelle 68, Danville 34

Dierks 58, Hope JV 30

Episcopal Collegiate 34, DeWitt 13

Fort Smith Southside 29, Warren 22

Greenbrier 48, Beebe 29

Murfreesboro 36, Strong 14

Thursday, Sept. 4

Alma 28, Poteau (OK) 0

Charleston 42, Shiloh 14

North Little Rock 17, Little Rock Catholic 7

Friday, Sept. 5

Ashdown 29, Durant (Okla.) 12 (FINAL)

Bald Knob 21, Des Arc 13 (FINAL)

Barton … Continue Reading ››

Kansas City (Mo.) Rockhurst 17, Bentonville 16

BENTONVILLE — There was no reason to settle for a tie Friday night.

Bentonville coach Barry Lunney elected to go for the win after Kasey Ford hit Dax Hale with a 7-yard touchdown pass with 39.9 seconds remaining. Ford went to his right and threw to Cody Scroggins, but the pass was short and fell incomplete, allowing Kansas City (Mo.) Rockhurst to escape with a 17-16 nonconference victory at Tiger Stadium.

"There's no overtime when you play an out-of-state opponent," Lunney said. "And goodness gracious, I didn't want a tie. We were either going to win it or lose it. If it … Continue Reading ››

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